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Launch With Words Case Study – “It was also a huge time saver for me.”

By Bridget Willard | May 5, 2022 |
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It’s nerve-wracking to create something and sell it on the internet. At the same time, it’s humbling to see a product you’ve built go live on a website. All product owners and WordPress plugin developers feel the same. It’s affirming that your goal of reducing frustration for web developers was actualized.  As someone who consistently…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Setting Up Your Twitter Account

By Bridget Willard | August 11, 2011

Breaking down the steps to something large is a great way to accomplish the task. This post shows you how to setup your Twitter account — in baby steps.

Facebook for Business – I don’t want to be your friend. By @TheFabulousOne

By Bridget Willard | August 9, 2011

  When I saw this post on Amy’s profile, I had to ask permission to cross-post it here.  Often we just need to hear the fundamentals of social media to reinforce what is true. I’m not an expert. I’m an enthusiast when it comes to Social Media and Facebook. For my personal brand, I prefer…

Email: It’s Not an Eighth Grade Paper

By Bridget Willard | July 24, 2011

If you write an email that’s easier to read (scan), you’re more likely to get a response.

Manage Twitter in Less than Five Minutes A Day

By Bridget Willard | June 4, 2011

With time management, you can literally tweet and reply to mentions in five minutes a day. Pair this activity with checking your email in the morning. I promise you have time. Put it in your calendar. Do it every work day for a month. Then look at your stats. You’ll never regret it. You have…

Customize Public Settings on LinkedIn

By Bridget Willard | June 2, 2011

Why am I on LinkedIN?  Well, it seems either someone wanted help with how to use it or someone else was looking for a job and wanted a recommendation or I felt that I was socially compelled to accept the invite.  For whatever reasons I’ve maintained my profile all of these years, I’ve never taken…

Twitter and LinkedIn – How linked should they be?

By Bridget Willard | May 22, 2011

Update 6/29/12: Thanks to an announcement today, this entire blog post is obsolete.  Let us all take a moment of silence to remember the chaos once inflicted upon us by serial cross posters. Now go and share some relevant content with your professional connections.  As Linkedin recommends: “Initiate the conversation on LinkedIn.” Wow! What a…