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4 Tips To Grow Your Business In a Short Time

Posted by admin on Feb 26, 2014 12:28:31 PM

We only have two months into this New Year, how are you doing? If you’re not happy with your progress, here are some great ideas for getting your profits moving fast the way you want it.

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Topics: e-Commerce, Small Business

Uassist.ME Founder, Alfredo Atanacio, featured on thenextweb.com

Posted by admin on Feb 21, 2014 10:20:18 AM

Alfredo Atanacio, Founder of Uassist.ME, was quoted on a post on thenextweb.com on the entrepreneurs section!

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Topics: Virtual Assistance, blog

5 Social Media Design Tips For 2014 [Infographic]

Posted by admin on Feb 19, 2014 3:11:02 PM

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Topics: e-Commerce, Social Media, blog

8 Tools To Simplify Your Social Media Marketing [Infographic]

Posted by admin on Feb 5, 2014 2:04:34 PM

Are you looking to simplify your social media efforts? Take advantage of these 8 tools to help you with it!

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Topics: e-Commerce, Social Media, blog

Uassist.ME founder Alfredo Atanacio featured on grasshoper.com!

Posted by admin on Jan 31, 2014 10:52:17 AM

Alfredo Atanacio, Founder of Uassist.ME, was featured on a very interesting post by the grasshopper.com team; the subject was “What Mistakes and Flub-Ups Do These 5 Entrepreneurs Regret?” Alfredo shares his experience when his business had just started, they were all trying to make it work but he says that since they were so in love with the project, it was hard to take criticism or suggestions from others, even from clients.

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Topics: Virtual Assistance, blog

5 Steps to Have a Better Brand

Posted by admin on Jan 15, 2014 11:15:37 AM

A good brand is one that has attained prime space in your target customer’s mind so that the brand is remembered as the customer’s preferred solution. There are five overarching ingredients to creating a good brand. Getting these five ingredients to work together is how you can succeed in creating a good brand.

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Topics: e-Commerce, Virtual Assistance, Productivity, Technology, Small Business

5 New Year's Resolutions For Small Business Owners

Posted by admin on Jan 10, 2014 11:07:04 AM

As every person in this country, a small business also need a New Year's resolution, in this time is more reasonable to say something you actually can't handle and not say any excuse about doing "something" in the rest of this year if you can start immediately .

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Topics: e-Commerce, Virtual Assistance, Productivity, Technology, Small Business

5 Social Media Design Tips for 2014.

Posted by admin on Dec 26, 2013 3:10:26 PM

In a world that are ever-changing of social media, visual elements and all kind of design are one of the most powerful ways to grab a viewer’s attention in your bussiness.

1. Write Less Copy.

When creating visual on social, the less detail the better. Copy should be creative and short to grab the viewer's attention. A link can be added for more information.

2. Determine Hierarchy.

Visual hierarchy is extremely important in design. With content, your words and images need to be organized in a way that helps the viewer prioritize the message. The more important the message, the more contrast it should have.

3. Prioritize typography.

Typography is a huge factor in visual design. With good typography, there is potencial to go beyond just word it elicits feelings and character about your brand. For headlines, make sure they are bold and easy to read. For body copy, maximize legibility by using the correct amount of leading and tracking. Lunes should be large enough to read - the shorter the lines, the better.

4. Consider a logo

When creating your own imagery, you have the option of branding your visuals. While some prefer to have their logo prominent on every piece of creative, others prefer to ditch the logo. It's your choice, so consider both options based on the audience.

5. Be creative

No doubt you've heard the term to "think outside the box". Perhaps you've wondered what that meant in actual fact, or you know what it means but you're so firmly "inside the box" that you don't even notice that you're in the box. Social media is a hub of design inspiration. Be creative and think outside the box.

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Topics: Productivity, Technology, Social Media, Small Business