The 2018 Social Media Image Size Guide: Dimensions and Requirements

Using high-quality images across social media is important for developing a strong online presence. Not only can images attract more attention, but they can also improve your branding to make your posts more recognizable to your audience. However, social platforms seem to change their image sizes all the time. As different platforms change their layouts, structures, or…

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Facebook Pixels for Coaches: How to Create, Set Up, and Use a FB Pixel on Your Website

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Facebook Ads are one of the best ways to promote your coaching business online. They can help you attract more leads, convert more customers, and even connect with leads in the process of making a decision. However, most of that conversion process won’t happen on Facebook. Unfortunately, once they jump to your website, you won’t…

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The 5 Best Scheduling Apps for Coaches in 2018

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As a business coach, your calendar is your lifeline. Without it, you’d be an unorganized mess — and your business would surely suffer. Between hosting webinars, business meetings, and client calls, each minute of your day is planned out. But unfortunately, trying to schedule each and every task can be time-consuming and frustrating. When you…

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How to Create a Custom Audience in Facebook to Engage Your Existing Contacts

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Acquiring new customers is difficult for any business. However, you don’t want to strictly focus on getting new leads. Instead, you want to consider how you can re-engage past customers to make another purchase. It’s much easier to convince an existing contact to connect with you than it is to gain a new lead. One…

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HTML vs Plain Text Email: You Can (And Should!) Use Both in Your Business

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Email is one of the best ways to stay in touch with your customers, clients, and leads. Between drip campaigns, newsletters, and promotions, the ways to promote your business through email are endless. But while there might not be a real debate over whether or not email is effective for marketing, there has been a…

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How to Boost Your Slide Deck Quality With Professional Design

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One of the biggest struggles of running a business is completing all the tasks you need to do but you don’t want to do. These small projects may not be difficult, but they sure are time-consuming. One of the most time-consuming – yet necessary – projects is slide deck design. Whenever you’re giving a presentation or displaying content in…

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What “Not Secure” Means in Chrome’s Address Bar (And How to Fix It on Your Site)

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If you’re a Google Chrome user, you might have noticed certain icons next to domains in the address bar when browsing online. These icons include a green lock, a gray “i” inside a gray circle, and a red triangle with a white exclamation point in the center. While these icons may sneak by unnoticed, they…

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The Best Transcription Software of 2018: Top 5 Compared

A few short years ago, having an audio file transcribed wasn’t an easy process. You needed to hire a human transcriber, who often took hours and hours to transcribe even a short file — and for a price. Business owners were forced to make a decision between cost and quality, which left them without an…

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5 Business Podcasts Every Entrepreneur Should Follow

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As business owners, we’re constantly absorbing new content. From blog posts to webinars, everyone seems to have a story to tell and information to share. This is great for entrepreneurs because there is always something new to learn. However, skimming through blog posts can get old and watching videos can be time-consuming. When you’re constantly…

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8 Automated Processes You Should Install in Your Coaching Business

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Whether you’re just starting your coaching business or you’re a veteran to the industry, you probably have a lot on your plate. As a small team – or even a one-person show – it can be difficult to get everything done every day. Unfortunately, if you don’t complete your to-do list before the end of…

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