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9 EASY PLACES TO FIND ENGAGING CONTENT TO SHARE ON SOCIAL MEDIA

by Angie Nelson, TheWorkatHomeWife.com
February 27, 2015

Engagement is the key to survival on Facebook or any platform for that matter. According to Facebook marketing expert, Amy Porterfield, there are four activities that Facebook counts as engagement: liking, commenting, sharing, or clicking a link. Facebook does not consider reading an update, clicking a photo, viewing an image or Liking your Page as engagement....[Click to read more]

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Make working remotely a win-win by creating guidelines

by Julie May, Tennessean.com
February 27, 2015

Most children will never understand what “going to work” was like before computers or the Internet existed. The Monday through Friday, 8 to 5 workday is no longer the norm. The ability to be connected from almost anywhere, combined with specialized software, provides more options for our teams that just weren’t there a few years...[Click to read more]

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Can you work from home? Tool will calculate savings

by Kevin Allenspach, Sctimes.com
February 27, 2015

Bet you didn’t know, but National Telework Week starts Monday. About 50 million people in the US want to work from home, according to data from Global Workplace Analytics. And WalletHub has launched a telework savings calculator that allows you to input information about your vehicle, the length of your commute and the number of...[Click to read more]

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10 Reasons Working Remotely Is Even Better Than You Thought it Was

by Adda Birnir, Wowway.net
February 27, 2015

Work in your PJs, avoid the commute,answer emails from a hammock while sipping a pineapple daiquiri—you’ve heard the common benefits of working remotely (and yes, they’re true!). But there are some things that might surprise you about what it’s like when you don’t have to go into the office every day. Take a look at...[Click to read more]

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The right way to pay remote employees

by Tess C. Taylor, Payscale.com
February 27, 2015

Have you employed any remote workers yet? If not, there’s a good chance you have or will in the near future. The use of remote employees and contractors has many benefits, including the ability to expand globally with minimal overhead costs, the ability to recruit from a much wider skillset of talent, and the convenience...[Click to read more]

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SMACK! Media Insider: 4 Ways To Manage A Remote Team (Featured On Entrepreneur.com)

by Eli Carlson, Smackmedia.com
February 26, 2015

The year is 2015 and the virtual workplace is now more the norm than the exception. In 2011 SMACK! Media was founded in San Diego, CA with a small and mostly local team. Today, the SMACKANISTAS are spread across the country from Southern California to Boston and even in remote mountain ranges. The locational range,...[Click to read more]

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4 Ways to Ensure Seamless Communication In Remote Working Arrangement

by Blog.venturepact.com
February 26, 2015

Did you know that a majority of failed projects can be attributed to communication gaps and not technology failures? This is especially true in a remote environment where you are required to “over communicate” to compensate for the lost face time. Most communication corresponds to the agile development schedule. This ensures that continuous feedback is...[Click to read more]


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