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Monthly Archives: December 2008
Writing your newsletter. If you write a newsletter, be it weekly, monthly or whatever, try to write in blocks. It can be hard to find a quiet time to sit and write but when you do, often you feel like … Continue reading
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Check and update your web site. Check your web site is up to date and current. Set a side time, perhaps once a month, to check all the information is current and add anything new your clients and prospects might … Continue reading
We just wanted to break a break from our normal publishing routine to say MERRY CHRISTMAS! We hope you all have a wonderful break and we would like to wish you all a very prosperous New Year.
Create checklists. Have checklists for every process in your business. For example, when you take on a new client, have a checklist that prompts you to check you have received back the signed contract, you have sent your Welcome Pack, … Continue reading
Do your filing. In addition to your client files, have files for everything related to running your business. Then set aside time each week to file everything you have dealt with that week. I use the last half hour on … Continue reading
Book keeping and invoicing. I’d recommend allowing time on two days of the month, about two weeks apart, for paying all your bills, inputting all your expenses, raising all your invoices and checking payments have been made.
Back everything up. If you’ve ever deleted something accidentally or suffered a computer crash, you won’t need to be told about this. Back everything up at least once a day. I use Carbonite and it automatically backs up my whole … Continue reading
Create email templates. If you answer an email to the same question more than once, create an email template so that next time you are asked the question, you already have an email ready to send out.