Tweets in 10 – “I Don’t have the Twime to Tweet Twegularly”

Posted by on February 15, 2011 in: Twitter Tips & Tools

Twitter is a powerful tool that allows users to connect with each other and to engage an audience. However, it’s not always possible to tweet. We lead busy lives and we can only tweet so much. Presumably, you’re reading this post for exactly this reason – you wanted to be a proficient Twitter user but […]

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Tweets in 10 – Twitterpress: Combining Twitter and WordPress10

Posted by on January 12, 2011 in: Twitter Tips & Tools

Okay, I realize that not all of you are WordPress users so this might not be as relevant for everyone. But many of you are so it was worth writing one newsletter dedicated just to WordPress users. The reason for putting Twitter plug-ins into your WordPress site is the same reason you’d put some of […]

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Effective Lead Generation in 10 Minutes

There’s a poem that goes, “for want of a nail the war was lost”. The poem traces the loss of a war to a missing horseshoe nail, suggesting that the horse wasn’t shod properly and thus couldn’t ride into battle to bring a key warrior to the front lines. (Read the poem here: For Want […]

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Setting (and Achieving) Daily Goals Like a Genius – Part 2

In the last issue of Tips In Ten, I showed you how to take 10 minutes each week (okay, a little longer the first time you do it) and determine what your roles are first and then build your goals from that. This will help you to find the balance you want in life and […]

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Sorting and Prioritizing Email in 10 Minutes on a Shoestring Budget

Posted by on September 23, 2010 in: Email Efficiency, Tips in 10

I know what you are thinking: “Yeah right, you have not seen my email load. I can hardly handle 1 email in 10 minutes, much less all of it”. Note the title. The title is “Sorting and Prioritizing Email in 10 Minutes on a Shoestring Budget”. That means two things: I am not telling you […]

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“What Should I Do?” – Social Communities

From time to time I’ve been posting a series called “What Should I Do?” about a particular aspect of social media marketing based on the Social Media Framework mindmap in MindMeister. The social communities topic in the Social Media Framework mindmap seems somewhat empty, especially if you compare it to the immense pile of social […]

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“What should I do?” – New Series – Social Media Mindmeister

Posted by on February 17, 2010 in: Social Media Mindmeister

From time to time, I’m asked the following question by clients and friends and nice people on the street: “Heather,” they say (or sometimes they call me Ms. Villa… just kidding, most of them don’t), “I’ve got a business and I want to market it with social media. What do you suggest?”

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