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Saving Time in Trello with Butler Automations

Saving Time By Learning Automation Hacks and Tips Using Trello’s Butler Tool I love Trello. I’ve used it for many years – all on the awesome free plan – and think it’s a great tool for productivity, organizing ideas, planning out content and more. I even created a course on using Trello in your solopreneur […]

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Trello for More Organized Marketing and 3 Alternatives

I Keep Coming Back to Trello After Trying Top Alternative Planning Tools Yes, I’m a pretty unabashed Trello fan and longtime user. Well, I’ve been using it since at least 2014, so that’s a LONG time in tech time! 😊 I’ve tried a lot of planning and project tools but Trello is the one I […]

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Lessons Learned in Changing Email Marketing Services – AWeber to ActiveCampaign

What You Can Learn From My Decision to Finally Change Email Marketing Providers and My Migration to ActiveCampaign After hemming and hawing for more than a year, researching, and wondering whether I should switch email marketing systems … I finally migrated to ActiveCampaign, am up + running, and am loving what it offers me. Learn […]

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Google takes away the keys to keyword research for marketers

Google, keyword research and marketers Well, hell. Figuring out how folks found your website and landed there has gotten a whole lot harder thanks to Google. A staple tool of webmasters (novice and pro alike) and marketers – keyword research – is changing or disappearing. Google has basically ‘hidden’ the search results of ALL users […]

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Instead of same old resolutions for 2013, try Un-Resolutions

  It’s that time of year …  a new year equals new starts. We all resolve to do things differently. Again. How about really doing something different in 2013? Instead of the same old resolutions, how about some Un-Resolutions? Un-Resolutions? What are those? Instead of focusing on a list of things ‘to do’ – do […]

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