Top 15 Blog Posts of 2013

Top 15 Blog Posts of 2013

Top 15 Blog Posts of 2013

Another year has ended and new one has begun.

I thought it would be good to start the year with a review of the most popular posts on the blog. Just in case you missed one… These are the MVPs (Most Visited Posts) from this past year. Enjoy! :)

Take a Look at the Best of 2013:

1. I want to use social media for my business, now what?

Questions to ask before starting a social media strategy

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2. Exciting, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an entrepreneurial Aboriginal youth

Exciting, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an entrepreneurial Aboriginal youth

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3. 5 Reasons Why I Love My Job

5 Reasons Why I Love My Job

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4. PEI’s Chip Shack Needs Your Help

Caron Prins, Owner of the Chip Shack

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5. Interview with the Comic Hunter

Interview with the Comic Hunter

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6. As PEI Burger Love Ends

31 Burgers to Love this April 2 - 30th

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7. My First PEIBWA Business Mixer

PEIBWA logo

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8. Achieving Work/Life Balance

Ferris Bueller's Day Off Movie Quote

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9. Quick Start Guide to Using HootSuite

HootSuite Logo

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10. PEI may be a small island but BIG on marketing ideas

PEI may be a small island but BIG on marketing ideas

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11. Workshop: Twitter 101 Tweeting for Beginners

Twitter 101: Tweeting for Beginners

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12. Stepping out of your comfort zone

Stepping out of your comfort zone

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13. How to Create a Custom URL for Your LinkedIn Profile

LinkedIn Tip: Customize your public profile

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14. Email Signature – Missed Marketing Opportunity?

Email Signature – Missed Marketing Opportunity?

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15. 10 Ways Restaurants are using Social Media (Infographic)

10 Ways Restaurants are using Social Media (Infographic)

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Thank you for sticking with me and making 2013 what is was … rich and full of lessons, online and off. I hope some of Digout Business Solutions Top Post’s {2013} included some of your faves as well as some new one’s you may have missed!

I am so looking forward to 2014 and would love for you to leave me a comment with some things you would like to read here!

Yours delightfully,
Rosie xo

Workshop: Twitter 101 Tweeting for Beginners

Twitter 101: Tweeting for Beginners

Date, Time & Location

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014 at 10:30 AM
Credit Union Place (511 Notre Dame Street)

Is This Workshop For You?

This workshop is for anyone (50 yrs and older) who wants to learn the basics of Twitter. After leaving this hands on session, you will:

  • Become familiar with the site structure, functions and account settings
  • How to find & follow people
  • Understand Tweets, Retweets, messages and the Timeline
  • How Much Does It Cost?
  • Like all services at East Prince Seniors Initiative, it’s FREE!

Ready to Sign Up?

Fantastic! Contact us at (902) 888-2177 or drop in to see us to register.

Questions?

Email me at rosie@rosied.ca

Please Note: If you have set up a Twitter account previously, you will need to bring your log in details and password with you.
We also recommend bringing a photo to be used as your profile photo.

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How to Make Your Tweets Strong and Powerful

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