If you spend hours writing a blog post, that will hopefully bring some traffic to your site and ramp up your authority, then it’s a good idea to spread your business message as far as you can and get the maximum exposure. Below is a very quick technique I use to get my posts on 5 or 6 different sites straight away.
From the title you may suspect that I’ve shot myself in the foot here. Yes hmp has a job board but not the type I’m talking about.
I was reading Seth Godin’s blog postÂ Career fairs… and how they are the last resort for companies and job-seekers alike, and I realised that the giant job boards on the internet are just the same. A company needs to fill some drone position so they get HR to just throw up a description and chuck $400 at monster.com or careerbuilder.com. They don’t have to put any effort in, as long as you can string a sentence together you’ll do. Hell, all these big job boards even share the same database – stick the job on one it goes to the many.
A very quick post today because I was going to write about residual income and during my research I came across Tina Adams’ blog. Residual Income: What It Is and How to Create It is a great blog post by Tina that gives details of what residual income is and her other blog posts go deeper into how to get it.
Residual Income has got a bit of a bad rap over recent years with certain unsavoury cabals of the internet world jumping on the band-wagon and using it to flog second rate products and multi-level marketing schemes, but the principle still holds water.
You have to make a change – you know this. Kid number 4 has come along or the commute is killing you, whatever, you want to work from home but what the hell do you do about it.
There are 2 broad camps, as inferred by the title – start a home business or work from home on someone else’s business.
Now for some of you the choice is simple, that little entrepreneur synap starts firing and you’ve been working for the ‘man’ for 20 years already – time to go-it alone. For others the thought of going out there without a safety net and a steady paycheck is a little too much to consider.
Annie Toro is the Associate Executive Director for Public Interest Government Relations, American Psychological Association. This blog originally appeared on The Huffington Post.
Years of psychological research provide a strong foundation for flexible work arrangements, demonstrating the benefit to employeesâ€™ physical and mental health, as well as their family life. To promote this knowledge, the American Psychological Association created an Office on Work, Stress and Health that promotes research, training, practice and policy addressing these matters, including: