The Big Sewing Mama sewing lady wanted a new look, something more professional, and NOT clipart.
Simple, clear and uncluttered. Colour selection was also part of the design project.
LinkedIn is one of the most popular social networking platforms for professionals and business owners, with millions of users all over the world. It allows you to setup a profile, personal or business, to showcase yourself and connect professionally with others both in your community and far away.
To add a Company Page:
- Click Companies at the top of your homepage.
- Click the Add a Company link in the upper right area of the page.
- Enter your company’s official name and your work email address.
- Click Continue and enter your company information.
- If the work email address you provide is an unconfirmed email address on your LinkedIn account, a message will be sent to that address. Follow the instructions in the message to confirm your email address and then use the instructions above to add the Company Page.
- A red error message may appear if you have problems adding a Company Page.
- A preview of your completed company page is not available. When you publish the page, it is live on our website.
Watch the “How to set up a Company Page” video and learn what you can do with your Company Page.
LinkedIn another way that you can connect to your clients. Be careful not overload with mega postings, users can disconnect from you just as easily. LinkedIn is not the place to throw your wild opinions, or your family updates at your followers.
Many entrepreneurs are scared that if they recommend someone else they will loose out. You have to leave your ‘only one pie’ mindset at home. There is enough pie to go around, and don’t be shy of sharing how great other business, or people have helped you. You are in a community, so give back, share, and help others out. These connections may help you down the road.
Blogging can be a challenge, especially if you never experience ‘daily’ journaling or writing. Blogging isn’t something that you can take lightly. If you want to get into blogging on your website, I would suggest that you try out weekly journaling first. It is difficult to get into. Once you get into the habit, you have proven that you would be committed to blogging. Can anyone do it, sure, but make sure you will first before you announce to the world that you are blogging.
A great place to get started is over at amylynnandrews.com. She has a great post on getting organized first. This will dramatically help you to get going. It encourages setting up easy places to store bits of information that you would like to blog about.
Blogging is a fun and creative way to express your thoughts on a given topic. There are lots of howtos on the web about writing a blog but I thought that I would offer a couple of tips to help you out.
I have been saying that getting your own domain name is a must for a long time, but many people still ask that question, so let’s talk about it once again. More specifically, let’s list the three main reasons why having and hosting your own domain is important.
As a result most people get suspicious as soon as they see the .blogspot on your domain name. That is why having your own domain will give an immediate dose of credibility to your site.
As your blog grows you’ll find that this flexibility is vital, as it allows you to expand the scope of your site and generate more traffic and money.
Would you add any other reason as to why getting your own domain is vital?