Top 10 Tweak Your Biz Articles Of 2012
It’s been another great year here at Tweak Your Biz! What started out as an Irish small business community website has grown across the globe, with hundreds of thousands of small businesses now checking in regularly.
2012 highlights included:
- When the site was rebranded from Bloggertone to Tweak Your Biz back in March
- And in September,we appointed our new Managing Editor, Sian Phillips
Of course, none of this would be possible without the talent and support we receive from our contributing experts. Their knowledge, thought leadership and great content are what drive us forward.
The following are the most popular Tweak Your Biz articles from 2012. Each one here is a gem but there are hundreds of others that, while they may not have made this list, are none the less full of brilliant, practical and actionable business advice….You really should check them out too!
Not everyone can afford to hire a marketing consultant. This joint collaboration post from Elish Bul-Godley and Neil Sisson describe 100 low cost marketing ideas that include both online and offline activities.
Every business online WANTS fans but NEEDS engagement. Christina Giliberti shares her engagement picks to emphasize 15 steps to the holy grail of engagement.
Whatever it is that you’re looking into developing from a digital portfolio, blog or even an official website. Katherine Alegado reviews five WYSIWYG systems that are capable of doing it all.
After speaking with his client – Warren Rutherford highlights several practices that, if implemented effectively, form a sound basis for improving workplace productivity.
Pinterest is now the 3rd most popular social media platform. However, while it might be easy enough to understand how B2C should use Pinterest, figuring out how to use it for B2B requires a little more thought – Sarah Ryan shows you how.
Email marketing has been with us longer than our favourite social networks, yet not every business embraces it. Debbie McDonnell is a big fan of e-marketing and provides 10 great reasons why your businesses should embrace it.
A second article from Debbie McDonnell includes a selection of online tools for the small business owner. Check them out to help you to more effectively manage your time and resources.
Leadership is the preferred method of empowering employees, clients, colleagues and peers. Elaine Rogers looks at what the expert Theorists have researched over the last century, and discusses how relevant some of these explorations are today.
You’ve decided to go into business but have you thought about a name? Here’s another top post and guide from Debbie McDonnell on 20 factors you need to consider before choosing a name for your business.
This second Pinterest article comes from Lorna Sixsmith. In it, she discusses how you can use Pinterest to improve traffic to your website and increase your sales.
There you have it, the ten most popular Tweak Your Biz articles from 2012! All that is left for me to do is wish you a very Merry Christmas and continued success in 2013.
Thanks for reading,