Monthly Archives: February 2011

Lost in a sea of To-Do’s?

I’m a firm believer in “Getting Things Done” by David Allen. Apparently, that is equivalent to a declaration that “I believe in the tooth fairy”.  Not that David’s book isn’t real.  It is.  It’s great. I love it!  But it … Continue reading

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Those Pesky Value Statements (my experience with GigFolder’s Facelift)

The story goes that the cobbler’s family has no shoes.  And I guess that is true with GigFolder. I’ve been trying to encourage people to improve their websites. I’ve been talking “SEO” (that’s “Search Engine Optimization” — basically getting found … Continue reading

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We Have a Winner!

Congratulations Kimberly! You are the winner from the first GigFolder newsletter give-away contest. You have won a copy of Kathi Lipp’s book “8 Steps to a More Bankable Book Table“. Everyone be sure to watch for other great give-away’s on … Continue reading

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Handling Sales Tax Without Pulling Your Hair Out

I am at an age where pulling my hair out is a very bad idea! I just don’t have that much to go around. So how do I handle Sales Tax without going crazy? Again. It’s an easy thing to … Continue reading

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