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Do you wish that you could reach more people and make a deeper impact with your business? Do you love what you do, but hate all the decisions around how to market yourself most effectively? Do you wish there was a better way to reach your prospective clients and generate more income? Many people have […]

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The Connect Now Network’s upcoming Summer Social Media Summit has been generating tremendous excitement among Fraser Valley business owners since organizers announced that Steve Dotto, ‘Canada’s High-Tech Spokesman’, would deliver its keynote address. Dotto will join ‘Marketing Motivator’ Jennifer Henzcel, Google+ expert Emily Chow, and Instagram expert Nate Henzcel to deliver a unique seminar designed […]

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For those of us who work from home, it can be a blessing and a distraction. The bonuses are financial savings, zero commute, and the flexibility to work around your kids’ and spouse’s schedules. On the flip side, it can be boring, lonely and you can get easily distracted by pets, kids, housework, and well-intentioned […]

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Too often many of us don’t take enough time to reflect on our day…it seems like there’s never enough time to get everything done as it is. However, a new study from Harvard Business School (HBS) suggests that taking 15 minutes at the end of our workday to reflect on — and write out — […]

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Do you ever feel overwhelmed by all the marketing and social media options out there? What should you be doing first? How much time will it take and when should you start your campaigns? Blogging, tweeting, emailing…your brain is so full you don’t know where to begin! Sound familiar? You’re not alone! As small business […]

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Ok, so someone gets to your website. Maybe you’re totally on it and a LOT of people get to your website. Or maybe only a few people find it and you’re still working on that part… (Hint, hint – call us!) Either way…what happens next? I mean, if I were to go to your site […]

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There came a time when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.
— Anais Nin