Save time with an on-demand PA

Save time with an on-demand PA

Posted on 26. Nov, 2012 by .

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If you’re running a small to medium sized business the chances are you have to wear a lot of hats, and not all of them might be a good fit…in fact sometimes it can seem like you have so many mundane or non-core tasks to do that you never have time to concentrate on what […]

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Streamline your to-do list with Taskup

Streamline your to-do list with Taskup

Posted on 26. Oct, 2012 by .

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One of the simplest things you can do to streamline the way you do business is to take control of your to-do lists and if, like me, you’re naturally inclined to wallpaper your desk area with post-its it’s time to drag those lists into the 21st century with a service like TaskUp. TaskUp makes creating […]

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Passing the baton

Passing the baton

Posted on 16. Oct, 2012 by .

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It’s been almost six months since Gavin wrote his final post and while BusinessAutomationTips.com has been quiet on the surface big changes have been brewing behind the scenes. Today we’re pleased to announce the relaunch of the blog, with a new editorial and writing team who live, eat and breathe Business Automation and are looking forward […]

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My Final Post

Posted on 09. Apr, 2012 by .

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Yes, the day has come where I am hanging-up my keyboard on this blog for good. I’ve enjoyed writing my posts on here, and engaging with the readers, but demands on my time are getting greater and greater and a blog, by its very nature, takes time and effort to maintain. I have to compare […]

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Low Cost Business Ideas

Posted on 04. Feb, 2012 by .

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Just recently, The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development published a report that predicted unemployment will continue to rise throughout 2012, and only begin to get better during 2013. As we all know, unemployment is bad news for the economy. People have less money to spend due to being out of work, which means companies […]

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Red Tape – Another Reason Why this Recession Continues

Posted on 21. Jan, 2012 by .

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Being an entrepreneur, nothing frustrates me more than being told what I can and cannot do. I understand the necessity for rules and regulations. But I also understand the need for freedom, and the benefits that a ‘laissez faire’ approach can bring. Because I’m involved in quite a tightly regulated industry – health foods – I […]

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Deal or No Deal

Posted on 15. Jan, 2012 by .

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No. This isn’t a post about the popular game show. Don’t worry. I’m talking about the times in business when you really have to step back from an opportunity and assess it in a completely rational, objective manner – and remove all emotion from your decision-making process. Sometimes, that’s hard to do. Over the past […]

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Becoming an Interdependent Entrepreneur

Posted on 07. Jan, 2012 by .

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I’d guess most people aren’t familiar with interdependence (although excuse me if you are), so I’m going to summarise what this means before I begin this post. Basically, people are said to live in one of three states of dependency: –          Dependence –          Independence; and –          Interdependence Dependency is basically where you rely on others […]

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My New Twitter Marketing Tool for 2012

Posted on 01. Jan, 2012 by .

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If you are a regular reader of my blog, you’ll know that I have quite a bit of experience with Twitter automation and marketing tools – I managed to build over 11,000 followers on one of my company profiles within a few weeks using TweetAdder. But now TweetAdder, my usual Twitter marketing tool, has become […]

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