Posts to help you make the most of your time

January 12, 2016

Your time is valuable so here’s a recap of the posts that captured the most attention in 2015:

How to find a font when you don’t know its name

As of this posting, What The Font from My Fonts is still available to help you identify a font you have admired elsewhere.

How to experience freedom from difficult customers

Unfortunately, less- than-ideal customers continue to be a challenge for business owners (and their employees). You may find solutions that will work for you in this post.

Simplify content creation with this checklist

This post provides 4 focus areas for your content creation. I also provide new clients with a detailed checklist.

Web hosting options

While some of this information is outdated, Consumer Rankings and Hosting Review provided 2016 rankings as of this posting. I also highly recommend Weebly for the price and ease of setting up and maintaining a Web site (not just because they had an affiliate program with $10 payment for new customers).

Have you written your book yet?

This gives you a starting point as a brand-new author. In-depth book writing information for aspiring authors is available on my Web site.

Save time and shine online with content creation, writing, editing, publishing, and online posting done for you by Debbie Lynn Butler, the E-Content Butler.


Time for a change

July 28, 2015

It’s time for a change. Sharing links to other people’s interesting and/or informative material week after week here on my blog has been a totally thankless and unproductive endeavor. Going forward, I’ll be posting less often but with more personally meaningful content.

Save time and shine online with content creation, writing, editing, publishing, and online posting done for you by Debbie Lynn Butler, the E-Content Butler.


What do you want from your job?

July 21, 2015

I can say with a fair degree of certainty that no one wakes up in the morning and says, “I’m excited about heading off to my thankless, low-paying, dangerous job.” More than likely, you share common aspirations for your career, regardless of the label you and your generation have been given (boomer, generation Z, millennial, etc.) based on the year of your birth.

View the “What do they want from their first job” section of this Adecco infographic and see if Nina Zipkin could be talking about you and your job. Keep this in mind when interacting with co-workers, employees, and clients.

Save time and shine online with content creation, writing, editing, publishing, and online posting done for you by Debbie Lynn Butler, the E-Content Butler.


Need keyword help?

July 14, 2015

It’s not enough to have a Web site or to write articles and blog posts. You need to include the proper keywords so you and your content will be found and shared. Melinda Emerson shares her favorite tools for finding the right keywords in this post on keyword help.

Save time and shine online with content creation, writing, editing, publishing, and online posting done for you by Debbie Lynn Butler, the E-Content Butler.


Lose the labels

July 7, 2015

Look at the person next to you (at work, on your commute, in your community, where you do business, at school, on the news, etc.) as a human being not as a
• Prospective source of revenue
• Millennial, baby boomer, or member of generation X, the lost generation, or the silent generation
• Good or bad parent
• Bright or bratty child
• Pacifist or patriot
• Democrat or Republican
• Left-wing or right-wing
• Prospective religious convert or zealot
• Body defined by gender, skin color, nationality, socio-economic status, job title, IQ, or zip code
Lose the labels and treat others as you would like to be treated.

Save time and shine online with content creation, writing, editing, publishing, and online posting done for you by Debbie Lynn Butler, the E-Content Butler.


More content marketing tips

June 30, 2015

I’ve shared numerous content marketing tips in this blog. Here are 17 more ideas from Michael Brenner.

Save time and shine online with content creation, writing, editing, publishing, and online posting done for you by Debbie Lynn Butler, the E-Content Butler.


Is it a good business idea?

June 23, 2015

If you are going to be an entrepreneur, choose something you find fascinating. If you simply intend to invest in a business, ask yourself these questions first posed by Jayson Demers.

Save time and shine online with content creation, writing, editing, publishing, and online posting done for you by Debbie Lynn Butler, the E-Content Butler.


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