As a parent of two teens, I pay great attention to education and business trends. I was one of those mothers who stayed home with my children for years, I left (elective) a lucrative career, and found myself unemployed in high-paying jobs, luckily I moved, and now I worked again.
Four years ago, at the end of 2008, I saw the trend of online education and directed my daughter in part-time high school and high school online education. Many of the activities at school have wasted time and talent … and I can say quite courteous and simple kindness!
Today, at the age of 17, he graduated with a high school, a year earlier than his peers.
What did you do with your business or your writing business?
I just read an email from Copyblogger, one of my most recent blogs I recently follow and admire, a month to be accurate. The topic is that the explosions of online education can revolutionize your business.
As well as the author of the article, I am a fan of university education, but not equal. The 6-digit price tag does not help if a child does not gain the marketable skills after 4 years.
What happened to this?
If schools and universities, the very traditional arenas recognize the need to participate in the Internet and create more online courses and online presence … parents and business owners find traces like you and me, to follow:
One: You need a blog
If a small business owner like me would be able to speak through my blog, I could still build it and build bigger than I already have one.
The 17-year-old has a blog and currently attracts his customers to his site without paying advertising.
If strategically written, your blog can attract attractive customers.
Two: Send e-mails to readers and clients
Just about a month ago I get an email from Copyblogger and I like it. They help me to inform their content and services. I'm too busy with projects, and I don't have time for Google, or read blog posts daily.
I have been informed and will be a customer soon.
If you have a list and don't send emails or newsletters to readers, customers, or potential customers, you are missing.
Three: Social Media
Another way to search is through social media platforms. There is an amount of information Google will not display to you or you. You will need written words for your social media platforms.
Are you feeling no time, no clue, no idea where to start your blog, email or written words on social media platforms?
Source by Claudia Looi