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Don’t Leave Your Online Reputation to Chance

Online Reputation

Whether you are presently working or searching for that job to further your career and pay your bills, do you ever stop to think about your online reputation?

For some workers and job applicants, the unfortunate answer is “no”. As a result, they put their current or potential job in jeopardy.

According to a recent CareerBuilder study (2,000 hiring managers and human-resources pros were interviewed), two in five businesses currently turn to social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to screen potential hires. Click Here to Read Article …

4 Ways to Get Clients to Pay You on Time

Get Clients to Pay You on Time

Do you run a consulting firm? From freelancers to lawyers and online marketing firms for small businesses, dealing with clients is part of the business.

Sure, most clients are likely to pay on time without much effort on your end, but not always. Getting clients to pay on time is essential to your business as inbound cash flow is how you build working capital, market your business and pay employees.

Here are 4 ways you can get your clients to pay on time. Click Here to Read Article …

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How to Look Like a Leader in Your Interview

How to Look Like a Leader in Your Interview

While we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, appearance is one of the ways job seekers are routinely judged by hiring managers. Some of this is conscious, but a lot of these split-second judgments are happening at the unconscious level.

If you don’t know how to look like a leader in an interview, it’s entirely possible this is the reason you’re losing out on great jobs. Click Here to Read Article …

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Is Your Home Office Leaving a Bad Impression?

For over 30 years, I have not had what most people would consider to be a “normal” office.

I’ve been in basements, rented office space (which I only used in the middle of the night when no one else was there), and the thing we are now seeing more and more—the home office, which is what I currently use. I absolutely love my home office.

But how do you know that what works for you will also work for others? This won’t be true for everyone who runs a business out of their house, but many will, at some point, host meetings with clients or partners and possibly share their home office space with coworkers. When the time comes, your home office needs to be equipped to serve as a proper working environment for these occasions — and not leave a bad impression! Click Here to Read Article …

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5 Tips to Make Your Editor’s Life Easier

5 Tips to Make Your Editor's Life Easier

Freelance writing can be a tough career track to follow. In addition to seeking out work, a successful journalist, copywriter, or blogger has a list of expectations they must excel at, from creating clean prose to meeting deadlines to pitching creative new ideas.

In today’s business world, more and more professionals in any line of work are opting to go freelance, taking their career destiny into their own hands. Although you can never be laid off when you’re self-employed, the decision increases the pressure to keep the work flowing at a high quality level. Click Here to Read Article …