Twits, Tweets, and everything in between… the convos you missed this week on twitter. Why are you waiting for the recap when you can join me and my twitter friends. Join the conversation – follow me @thecommoncents. Talk to you soon!
In case you missed one bit of this last week – here’s part of the conversations you missed on twitter.
- RT @mmangen: Content Strategies: Get Fresh with Your Audience Today http://t.co/CO8HJZwQ RT @SEOcopy ->
- RT @nerdenterprises: News Flash – QuickBooks ProAdvisor Alert http://t.co/3Dfd0FLL ->
- RT @QuickbooksUsers: Small Business Finance 101: When to Forget the Cost http://t.co/etefJrHY ->
- thanks so much @andy_bauerle>>>I received +K in accounting from Robert Bauerle, thanks! http://t.co/U7BH73s7 ->
- I’m getting a pack of #Moo cards because I’ve got Klout – thanks to @overheardatmoo! You can too, just click here: http://t.co/Ky7sKNvP ->
- RT @mmangen: How To Change The Android Lock Screen http://t.co/5hFrAX86 ->
- Accountemps Provides Tips for Remote Work | – http://t.co/Ij56gxBI ->
- pretty good argument for value pricing>>>Price of Knowledge via @deepskyco http://t.co/mqOwQtqB ->
- How to Create an Affiliate Program that Doesn’t Suck – http://t.co/guW92554 ->
- E-Commerce News: Search: The Coming Irrelevance of SEO – http://t.co/7krZXpg6 ->
- RT @nerdenterprises: QuickBooks 2012 – New Batch Timesheet Creation http://t.co/Cz7egYR1 ->
- Common Cents’ Joyce M Washington is officially a CPA http://t.co/IRQ4jotv ->
- RT @sleetergroup: New blog article: QuickBooks 2012 Accountant Center http://t.co/SgB9N8Zq ->
- Back to School: Tuition and Fees Deduction – Forbes http://t.co/3322hBu8 ->
- Using Twitter to build your business http://t.co/0LNAGX7k via @@nerdenterprises ->
- See you there! RT @TaoMannaDon Google+ now has open sign-ups; no more invites required. Let the fun begin. ->
- …have so much going on in my head, can barely focus today. How are YOU doing? ->
- RT @nerdenterprises: 2 Methods For Organizing and Tracking Your Receipts QuickBooks and Evernote http://t.co/eoIGuf92 ->
- IRS & DOL Are Playing Hard Ball http://t.co/ii20cwp1 ->
- RT @QuickbooksUsers: RT @wrbarefoot With New Cloud Option, Microsoft Ups Ante for Small Business – WSJ.com http://t.co/pCliHOR5 ->
- Many thx RT @SEOcopy #HonoringWomenWed @thecommoncents @CyberlandGal @pam_at @accuconference @LearnIt2EarnIt @rosevillerockln @cyndeehaydon ->
- RT @qbguy: 7 terrible secrets revealed by your e-mail address -> http://t.co/EvNvQ8PB ->
- RT @CNET: 5 things to know about the new Facebook http://t.co/U3n9ekMb #f8 ->
I just wrote a little ditty about Independent Contractors versus Employees last week. It’s subject matter that I’ve written about it before and as you can see, I’m already writing about it again.
About a year or so ago, I had a discussion with a colleague of mine in payroll services (Mike Reid – catch him on twitter as @merchantman).
Special Announcement: It’s OFFICIAL!!!! Joyce M. Washington, CPA
This seems to be a perpetual topic for small business owners/entrepreneurs and with the focus of the most recent speech by President Obama being on job and job creation, I thought it appropriate to (re)visit this topic.
I just finished watching a video blog post that gave voice to one of my frustrations… so much so, that I just had to share it sooner than later.
So you’ve heard about the cloud. You’ve heard about virtual assistants. You’ve heard about virtual bookkeepers & accountants. But how do they do that?
Do You BranchOut? Are you LinkedIn?
Business networking has gotten a little more complicated. There are so many networking forms and forums out there … these are just two that I am personally using (sort of). Here are a few Pro’s and Con’s from my point of view.