#TYBCommunity Round-Up: Hilarious Customer Complaints & More
Customer complaints, social media scheduling, Linkedin publishing, improving your blog, Facebook communities, self-publishing, a review of Office Autopilot and an interview with the CEO of the Parcel Motel. This is our community news roundup where we share information from the blogs and other sources we follow. Read on to find out how you can contribute and help make these updates even better.
A Quick Guide To Social Media Scheduling – The topic of social media scheduling is often controversial however it’s very difficult to be effective without scheduling. Spiderworking.com
LinkedIn Opens Publishing for Everyone! – LinkedIn is now giving the opportunity to all of us to publish posts and have people subscribe. Simplicityadmins.ch
11 Powerful Ways To Improve Your Blog Today – Have a few hours to work on your blog? Here are 11 things you can do to improve your blog in one way or another. Bloggingwizard.com
Building A Community on Facebook Demystified – Interview The Expert #003 Jill Holtz – Jill shared her expert tips about how she started her business and has built a community of over 100,000 fans with a PTAT of over 300,000! Virtualofficeworx.com
Tips for Self Publishing Your Book – Having recently self published her first book, Lorna Sixsmith shares her experience and hopes you might find it useful in your own self publishing journey. Writeontrack.ie
Customer Complaints: Real Examples of the Weird, the Mean and just Plain Hilarious – These particular examples come from the beauty salon industry. Phorest.com
Office Autopilot Review: Transform Your Online Selling Today – Ian Cleary reviews Office Autopilot, a tool for managing your online business. Razorsocial.com
46 Small Business Facebook Pages to Follow – Small Biz Trends asked their community which Facebook pages they liked and compiled the most popular for your reference. Smallbiztrends.com
#TYBSpotlight: Parcel Motel Delivering A Rapid Success Story – Parcel Motel CEO and co-founder, John Tuohy on how he came up with the idea and how they have dealt with the rapid growth. Tweakyourbiz.com
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