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Guest Post – Consulting using Twitter

Today’s Guest Post is by Susan Varty of Wordtree Consulting in Toronto. Susan is a writer, communications consultant and college professor. If you are in the Toronto area, you may be interested in signing up for her new 1-day course she’s offering: Hands-on Twitter course: Reaching decision-makers. Do you watch television? What channels interest you …

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Guest Post: Getting More Authority & Exposure on the Web

Today’s guest post is by Anand Srinivasan, an internet entrepreneur who writes interesting web related statistics on his blog, TechCrunchies.com. He is also the founder of an upcoming knowledge portal, KnewThis.com >> Read Anand’s full bio here The internet is one of the finest mediums for consulting businesses to build their brand and visibility. Unlike …

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Your Internet Face or Web Presence

When prospective clients go to your consulting business’s website, they have some expectations. Their eyes are open. There is an air of anticipation and hope. Chances are they have been disappointed by other business websites before. When those prospects enter your site, they begin to shape an opinion about your consulting services. Like it or …

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Some Web Design Consulting Essentials

When you are offering web design consulting there are certain elements that should be on every web project, site, or blog your work on. Whether you are designing your own site or whether you are outsourcing, the resourceful web consultant will be involved in the structure of the site. As an interactive and informational site, …

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Web Sites for Consultants

These days, having an online presence and website that represents your consulting practice is essential to your day to day marketing activities and PR. As a business or freelance professional, your site serves as your portfolio, and your client’s will expect to be able to find detailed information about you and your business online. A well-designed …

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