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Self-Employed Health Insurance – Your Questions Answered

One of the most vexing challenges facing many self-employed solo and small businesses is health insurance – and this challenge has only become more complicated in recent years. This week, during our #SoloPR Topic Chat on Twitter, we were joined by Angus McRae, a 25-year veteran insurance broker who is extremely knowledgeable on the Affordable […]

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How to Smartly – and Cheaply – Automate Routine Social Media Posts

Isn’t it annoying that we’ve typically had to create a social media calendar in one format to plan our updates, and then copy/paste that information into another system for scheduling? What if you could have a single social media automation system that boils this process down to just one step – not for hundreds or […]

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#SoloPR Topic Chat Preview: Health Insurance

Next Wednesday, August 27, at 1-2 p.m. Eastern time (10-11 a.m. Pacific), we’re looking forward to our first #SoloPR Topic Chat on Twitter (Never participated in a Twitter chat? Here’s how!). We’ll be addressing one of the most vexing challenges facing many solo and small businesses: health insurance. Our guest will be Angus McRae, a […]

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The Best Tools For Consultants to Manage and Promote Your Business

Welcome to the next installment of Solo PR Pro’s Tool School series! Designed to fight overwhelm, all this month we’re offering specific recommendations for services that are cost-effective for indies, and aren’t enterprise-focused or overkill for our needs. Last week, we talked about the tools that can help you with your client work, but don’t […]

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Chat re-cap: Disclosures and Other Sticky Situations

On the second Wednesday in August, we held one of our traditional Q&A chats, where top independent communication professionals shared thought leadership, tips and advice in response to questions submitted by the community (learn how to join us here). On August 13, we weighed in with opinions and insight on the following topics of interest: […]

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54 Tools for PR and Digital Success

Welcome to Solo PR Pro’s Tool School series! Designed to fight overwhelm, all this month we’re offering specific recommendations for services that are cost-effective for indies, and aren’t enterprise-focused or overkill for our needs. In this, our second installment, we focus on the tools that help digital and communications consultants accomplish great things for clients. […]

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Ultimate Guide to Productivity Tools

Welcome to Solo PR Pro’s Tool School series! Designed to fight overwhelm, all this month we’re offering specific recommendations for services that are cost-effective for indies, and aren’t enterprise-focused or overkill for our needs. First up, we look at Productivity Tools. Kick it into high gear with these 46 top recommendations for productivity tools that […]

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Tool School Series: Find the Tools to Build Your Consulting Business

It’s hard to believe, but the back-to-school season is upon us. There’s the excitement of starting new classes, getting new outfits, and buying school supplies. Fortunately, as adults we can enjoy the fun and excitement of learning without a dress code. In August, Solo PR Pro will go back to school with a series of […]

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My Face Freaks Me Out – But I Need to Get Over It

Some people obviously love to post pictures and videos of themselves online. I am not one of those people. I’m a card-carrying Gen-Xer who predates selfie mania. I’d rather veg out than take snaps of myself in a new outfit. And if you ever see a picture of me capturing my own image in a […]

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Chat recap: Platforms, Podcasts and Job Postings

In case you missed it, the #solopr chat is moving to a twice monthly schedule. This week we held one of our traditional Q&A chats, where top independent communication professionals shared thought leadership, tips and advice in response to questions submitted by the community (learn how to join us here). On July 23, we weighed […]

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