Question and answer time

July 2013

by Susannah Friis

If you’re in business for yourself, you probably have many questions. Questions about how to make the best use of social media, about whether you are running your business with optimum effectiveness and efficiency, and, if you’re anything like me, you wonder if other people are doing things that you should be doing and how would you find out about them!

Through this blog, we hope to answer some of those questions and provide you with an opportunity to ask your own. This is a conversation blog, not an advice blog, or an “I’m an expert at everything” blog. This is simply a way to find out things you’ve always wondered – a place where we collate and deliver the information you need to run your business well. And if we don’t know the answer, we will attempt to source it and save you the running around.

Some of the topics coming up are:

What are the benefits of having a personal website over a FaceBook page?

When you work from home – how do you split your work time and home time?

What makes up a great logo?

How do I get the most out of my advertising dollar?

Over the coming weeks, we’ll address these and other topics as you send them in.

So, come on, join the conversation 🙂 Send an email with your question to editor@lnp.net.au or simply leave a reply on this post.

 

Susannah has been the co-owner of Local News Publications together with her husband, Graham, since 2006 but has been involved with the company since it’s inception in 1993. She holds the position of Editor and is known for being a spelling/grammar/punctuation tyrant. Susannah writes the monthly column Personally Speaking which appears in all four publications, and which grew into her own blog over two years ago (www.susannahfriis.com). Susannah also enjoys being part of the volunteer writing team for overseas aid organisation Destiny Rescue.

 
Disclaimer: This article is for general information purposes only and is not intended as professional advice. The views expressed in this article are solely the views of the author.