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Copywriting Tips for Your LinkedIn Profile

| August 20, 2013 | 4 Comments
Copywriting Tips for Your LinkedIn Profile

Guest Post by Debra Jason A few years back, I received an invitation from a friend to join him on his LinkedIn network. At that time, I hadn’t heard about LinkedIn so I ignored the request. However, soon after, I started to receive more invites from colleagues. Intrigued, I decided it was time to say […]

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Legal Notices for Your Website: This Week’s Browseworthy Links

| April 20, 2013
Legal Notices for Your Website: This Week’s Browseworthy Links

Here’s this week’s list of browseworthy links focused on helping you launch smart and land profitable. If you come across a great link or site you’d like to see featured here (or you have a great resource to share) send an email to feature@launchwhileworking [dot] com. Tip of the Week: 5 Legal Notices You Need to […]

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Start-Up Question: Should I Have Ads on My Website and Blog?

| August 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

Q: I would like clarity: in the post, “7 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Building Their First Website” you mentioned there should not be ads on websites but it is okay for blogs. Would you explain this point from the perspective of advantages and disadvantages? If ads are one of your income streams why is it a […]

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Browseworthy Links: Free Tools for Tracking Your Website Traffic

| July 20, 2012 | 3 Comments

No matter how good your website looks, it’s only as good as the data that proves it was successful. This week’s browseworthy links highlight free web analytics tools you can use for tracking what’s happening at your website.

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Blogging Basics – Finding the Right Web Host Service

| June 10, 2012 | 1 Comment

Choosing a website host is an important decision. You want a host that is affordable. However, you also want a website host that offers the features and functions you need. If you are just getting started online, it makes sense to start with the basics. But you want to make sure that the host you choose today will scale to serve the business you want to build in the future.

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