Author: Tom Ewer

How to Use Guest Blogging to Attract New Clients (4 Simple Steps)

As a service business owner, you’re always looking for ways to attract and build trust with potential clients and customers. Unfortunately, the vast amount of competing resources online can make it difficult for you to stand out from the crowd. Without a solid strategy, it can be hard to get members of your target audience […]

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4 Free Ways to Find Clients Using Social Media Marketing

Marketing your service business can be an expensive endeavor. Although this investment usually pays off in the long run, coming up with the funds to support your online marketing can be a challenge – especially when you’re just starting out. While most marketing endeavors require at least a modest budget, there are a few effective ways […]

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Business Goals: 3 Handy Tools (with Templates) to Help You Achieve Them

Setting goals is a great start to ensuring your service business’ success. Unfortunately, simply identifying what you’d like to achieve isn’t enough to make those things happen. If you want to reach your goals, you’ll need to put in some serious effort. Fortunately, there are a number of tools out there that can help you […]

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Going Paperless: How to Make It Work for Your Business

Is your mind in the 21st century, while your agency or business is still stuck in the last millennia? Going paperless isn’t exactly a new idea, but many of us have yet to take the plunge. Maybe we think making the switch will be too difficult. Or we’re simply used to the way things are. […]

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4 Productivity Tips to Steal from Your Favorite Entrepreneurs

Staying focused and productive as a service business owner can be challenging. You’ll often have many tasks to complete in a short period of time, so it’s normal to feel overwhelmed, unorganized, or disconnected from your work. If you want to overcome these issues, it helps to develop some solid productivity skills. Productivity is something many entrepreneurs […]

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