Tax filing deadlines are enough to cause shivers, shakes, and sweats, and since two important deadlines are looming (depending on the type of business you own), we bet there are a lot of unhappy, frustrated, and maybe even scared readers out there right now.
Whether March 15 or April 15 is the date you fear most in life, we thought we’d take this opportunity to commiserate while also providing some tips and insights from fellow business owners and tax professionals alike—ideas that might make the whole process a lot less stressful.
Bottom line: tax season doesn’t have to be this big, ugly beast. Learn to tame it into something manageable.
Creating a Facebook account, collecting a few followers and broadcasting information is simple. It’s a great way to connect with the outside world and – as most professionals are aware – the network can be an excellent tool for building brand recognition and exposure.
However, creating content that is directly linked to measureable results can be a different matter. Far too often, business owners and social media professionals rely on the “throw it out and hope it works” method, instead of creating a social media strategy that revolves around results. When this is the methodology, success can be difficult to come by, if not impossible.
Have you been tasked with writing amazing content for your business? Does the word “amazing” leave you feeling dry-mouthed and shaky? Don’t worry. You’re just suffering from a case of writer’s block.
Here’s how to overcome it.
In this post, we’ll define what we mean by multi-channel marketing, the pitfalls some businesses fall into, and how to do it right.