In this episode, Juliet and Clinton answer questions about using Google calendar or another online calendar service for booking client appointments, guest blogging etiquette, the most important things to put on a home page of a website, and how to find things to write about on your blog.
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Questions Answered in This Episode
1. What do you think about having a Google calendar to allow clients to book their own appointments?
2. Helen: I’ve guest blogged on a popular website which was very exciting for me. The blog received 88 Facebook likes, which was a huge number for me and the most I had ever achieved on any of my blogs by far. I had a session with a social media specialist who helped tweak things on the site. The person noticed that while the blog was very popular, all the hits went to the site itself, and I received no benefit other than credit of authorship. She suggested that I could request for any future work to have a direct link to my site to read the majority of the post, with a teaser for future blogs.What are your thoughts about this? Is there a specific blogger etiquette I need to know about?
3. Daniela: What are the first page MUST haves on a website?
4. Tricia: I work with a lot of different groups of people. I want to start a blog. What should I write about?
GetTimely.com: An online calendar for booking client appointments.
FullSlate.com: Another online calendar for booking client appointments.