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Your Best Bet For Better Writing: Sentence Rhythm

It’s usually the smallest things that make the biggest difference. When it comes to your writing, it all comes down to sentence rhythm. It takes practice. This is different than learning spot-on grammar and formulating coherent ideas that flow perfectly. … Read More

How to add social profile buttons to your Google Business listing

In case you missed it, Google added instructions on how to add your social profile buttons to your Google Business listing. Like in the example below:

Currently, Google only supports these social profiles:

  • Facebook • Twitter • Google+ … Read More

My image won’t show when I post a link to Facebook: using Facebook Debugger

Have you ever had trouble posting a link to your blog or website have and the fun / gorgeous / important photo that accompanies your link not show up in the link preview on Facebook?

It’s not only frustrating, … Read More

Improve your SEO by using a consistent telephone number format

Welcome to #TechTipTuesday! What’s ONE thing that’s easy for you to implement and will significantly help your SEO?

Get ready for it:

Make sure all your online collateral uses the exact same format for your telephone number.

Weird, I know, … Read More

Get Your Posts at the Top: Reorganize your Facebook Page

Have you noticed that your Facebook Business Page format has changed again? Is it annoying you that your posts are way at the bottom of your page, below content that may be less of a priority to showcase? Today I’m … Read More

So you want your clients to give you a Google Review…

Here is a handy tool that will provide you a link that you can send to your clients so they can easily get you a review on Google. Because you don’t now if they are logged in to their Google … Read More

3 simple things you can do to promote organizations you support on Facebook

I gave a 10 minute talk to the Grand Fortune City BNI group yesterday. It’s not much time to introduce complex strategy, but the aim was to have the members help promote their networking group through social media channels that … Read More

Lessons learned from getting hit by a bus: part one

Okay, it wasn’t really a bus. It was a sedan –but the implications are the same, and the metaphor sticks.

So I’ve decided to write about some of the lessons I’ve learned since March 20th, 2013, when I was hit … Read More

Meet the Leading Ladies of Vancouver

Liddleworks is pleased to be sponsoring a not-for-profit here in Vancouver. Leading Ladies‘ mandate is to provide women the tools to make better financial decisions. These monthly Meetups were started Laura Chanin, Laura MacCormack and Sayo Nickerson, experts in the financial and … Read More