One of the most significant areas of focus for successful businesses is managing your overall projects and associated tasks, as well as your customers, staff and contractors in an efficient way. Recent project management statistics show that 35% of project managers are still using spreadsheets to build resource plans. This means that your offline projects are not in real-time and relevant decision making is much slower than an online collaborative system.
You need to own your own stuff! It's all very well to amass social media followers on Twitter and Facebook, but you don't own them. You don't have their contact details. You can't contact them outside of that platform. You can't send a marketing email to them because you don't know their email address. And even on the platform itself, the situation isn't ideal. These platforms are making it harder for you to interact with your followers without paying all the time.
"Own Your RSS Feed" which is vitally important and often a big mistake otherwise. Have your own RSS Feed using your own domain. If you use many of the popular platforms they will lock you into using their domain name for your RSS feed. Basically, you are renting the feed that is used to send the episodes to the various platform distribution sites such as Apple Podcasts. With our platform, you "own" your RSS Feed. This is a fundamental mistake that most Podcasters make and it can be a nightmare to fix.
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Never in the history of the modern world has it been easier to start your own business — especially online. My journey to entrepreneurship, and generating more than $25 million in revenue to date is certainly an interesting and varied one. After leaving school at age 15, I started my first job as a bank employee in a small country town. Throughout the next 12 years, my roles in the bank included: front office, supervision, legal, and lending. I learned many skills while at the bank, including management, systems, and procedures, as well as how to handle unhappy customers!