This SocialWebCafe Twitter Event was about Blogging for the Holidays.
Do you have plans for a summer holiday? Terrific! So, what do you do with your blogs, SEO, social media, and content marketing? Please do say you have a plan to get plenty of relaxation on that holiday!
This week we will share what has worked (and possibly what has not worked) with maintaining our businesses during a holiday break.
This SocialWebCafe Twitter Event is about Blogging Business and Balance.
It is an ever-present challenge to remain productive in our business and still have the essentials and R&R covered in our personal lives.
Join us for this Twitter Chat as we discuss our challenges and share what works for us and what doesn’t work, in bringing balance to our lives. This is also a hangout!
What is the most important thing in the world when it comes to online business? Is it the amount of subscribers you have on your email list? What about the amount of sales you make every month? It could even be the amount of traffic your website gets every month because without that there would be no business. All of these things come down to your bank balance, but maybe money shouldn't be the thing you worry about the most if you know what is good for you.
It's obviously important because without money you don't have a business, but what about safety? Losing everything is the worst thing that could ever happen to you and when it comes to online businesses it's easier to lose everything than you think. At the very least you should be taking the necessary steps every day to protect your biggest asset. Let's take a look at some ways you can start protecting your business from harm right now.
Your website is the most important thing in the world and you might have spent years building it up. It would be tragic if it suddenly disappeared from the face of the earth. You can't rely on the hosting company to save you because there have been too many incidents where they have failed. You should have a script on the backend of your system that allows you to make a backup of your website every day. Only then can you be sure it's safe when you go to sleep at night.