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As this year ends, I find myself both looking forward to 2017 and another year in business, and looking backward over the last twelve months. While I do feel a bit overwhelmed and tired, I also feel satisfied about all I have achieved. As I stack up the months and years that I’ve been in business, I like to reflect back to when I started this new adventure and how excited I was to begin. While I knew that running my own business would take a lot of my time, it seemed like the right thing to do and I was filled with ideas that fueled more ideas that inspired me to move forward.   

My business has been like a child to me. I have birthed it, nurtured it, fed it and protected it.  As it continues to grow and take shape, I am filled with pride and happiness that I am accomplishing what I have set out to do. But I will not lie – it has been hard, there have been times of self-doubt, and times when I have second guessed myself and my abilities.  But in the end, I have learned that what drives my business is my enthusiasm for learning new things,  my boundless energy that keeps me focused and engaged, and the courage to  take action on those concepts that I have found useful to myself as well as to my clients. And this is what has kept me going. 

Amazingly Virtual

By Wendy Rhodes

Do people trust your website? Does it answer your visitors’ questions? Your website should be a reflection of your business and it’s brand, along with the personality of your team. Does it clearly explain what you have to offer?



Sarah Landrum, from Personal Branding Blog posted an article on July 9, 2016 that gives 10 things that you can do to make your LinkedIn profile stand out so that readers and employers get a quick summary in a few short minutes.

Read the complete article here:


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Alana Roberts
Joerg Buyna

Another day at the office? Actually it isn’t. The difference is that for a few weeks now our days have started with evaluating numerous warning messages we receive from our website scanning software, rather than evaluating our work progress for various projects.


SEO - search engine optimization

In this article I would like to explain and hopefully eliminate a few misunderstandings on the topics of web pages and online success.

The targeted reader is not the one whose website is used mostly as an electronic business card, but rather those who intend to create income through online sales.

So you have a great web site, but what’s next?

To ensure that you will be found by visitors or potential customers, you want a high ranking in the major search engines as soon as possible. A variety of tools, i.e. SEO (Search Engine Optimization), Social Media, blogging, press releases etc. may lead to the desired success. Maybe…

Let’s talk about some things here and get started with the #1 misunderstanding. SEO.


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