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A Balancing Act with Referrals = Continuing To Grow

by monicajenner662 days ago

It typically starts with an email or a tweet or a FB message and goes something like - "Hi, I am John Doe and my business does XYZ. Our website is outdated and Mr. Smith referred you to me. We need help, what are your rates?"

We are excited because we have a lead and even better it is a referral from an evangelist aka a happy client. Great, right? For sure! Well, ok, most of the time it is, but sometimes it turns into us walking a tight rope balancing our reputation and referral with the demands and issues of the new client. 

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10 Must Know Off-page SEO Techniques for 2017

by monicajenner662 days ago

It is very important to know SEO techniques that can be used in order to help your site be seen in search engines.Aside from the fact that it can help you gain potential clients for your business, there are other things you can get out from it.Check out this post for more valuable benefits SEO can offer to your business.

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Where Students Find the Freedom to Learn

Defining the University Model &Why it Works-2

Makarios is a progressive private school in Grapevine, TX. We serve families with children ages 5-18 by supporting self-directed learning in an environment that balances freedom and responsibility and prepares young people to thrive in today’s complex world.

You Deserve More Choices in Education

We recognize that many families are deeply dissatisfied with the experience children are having in traditional public and private schools. Often, kids are bright—but bored and not challenged to reach their full potential. They may feel bullied and isolated. Or, they may have been “labeled” with a learning disability or behavior problems.

At Makarios, we see kids as you see them—the way they really are. Naturally talented, accelerated learners, rambunctious and energetic, curious and thoughtful. Above all, diverse and unique. We invite you to visit a community where children can experience education differently.

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Treating Trauma, Grief, and Shame in Adolescent Boys

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As stated by EMDR Institute, Inc., “EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences.”  In sessions, clients shift patterns of avoidance and explore their memories and interpretations of past events. In between sets of eye movements, the therapist checks in with the client to follow how they are reprocessing the events and guide the client further. Typically, through EMDR, negative beliefs about self decrease and, following this, positive thoughts and perspectives are strengthened.

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I'm Curious To Hear From These 5 Speakers At Inbound 2017

by monicajenner663 days ago

You guys, Inbound is happening this month! It’s one of the best conferences to continue your education in marketing, sales, and business, plus there are countless networking opportunities! (I may or may not be daydreaming about meeting Brené Brown for coffee...)

Everytime I read about this event, I get more excited. Did you know that there will be more than 250 breakout sessions? Representatives from Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn? Attendees from across the globe? And food trucks!

For real, it will be awesome. Don’t forget to register and check out all of the details. After browsing the list of speakers, I noted 5 people that I can’t wait to hear from.

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The Divide Between Bullying and Conflict

Let’s define the terms.

Conflict can include being rude or mean.

Being rude is when someone is not trying to intentionally hurt the other person. It isn’t a repetitive behavior, and there is not an imbalance of power. For example, Judy asked Martha if she could borrow a pencil. But Martha explained that it wasn’t her pencil, she borrowed it from another friend, so she didn’t want to let Judy use it.

Being mean is when someone is trying to intentionally hurt the other person but they are usually nice, and there is no imbalance of power. For example, if Kyle told Mark that he was a terrible baseball player who should never try out for the baseball team, then Kyle is being mean to Mark.

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The Divide Between Bullying and Conflict

Conflict can include being rude or mean.

Being rude is when someone is not trying to intentionally hurt the other person. It isn’t a repetitive behavior, and there is not an imbalance of power. For example, Judy asked Martha if she could borrow a pencil. But Martha explained that it wasn’t her pencil, she borrowed it from another friend, so she didn’t want to let Judy use it.

Being mean is when someone is trying to intentionally hurt the other person but they are usually nice, and there is no imbalance of power. For example, if Kyle told Mark that he was a terrible baseball player who should never try out for the baseball team, then Kyle is being mean to Mark.

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I'm Curious To Hear From These 5 Speakers At Inbound 2017

by monicajenner665 days ago

You guys, Inbound is happening this month! It’s one of the best conferences to continue your education in marketing, sales, and business, plus there are countless networking opportunities! (I may or may not be daydreaming about meeting Brené Brown for coffee...)

Everytime I read about this event, I get more excited. Did you know that there will be more than 250 breakout sessions? Representatives from Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn? Attendees from across the globe? And food trucks!

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8 SEO Trends that will Dominate 2018 - MT Pixels

by monicajenner665 days ago

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With over 200 factors in Google’s algorithm, SEO is a complex science. But it’s not how much you need to know that makes it really challenging — it’s the ever-changing nature of the rules of the game.

As search engines strive to improve the quality of search results, some ranking factors shift shapes, others fall into oblivion, and completely new ones arise out of nowhere. To help you stay ahead of the game in 2018, here’s a list of the most prominent trends that are gaining momentum, with tips on how you can prepare for each.

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The Divide Between Bullying and Conflict

Defining the University Model &Why it Works-2 Let’s define the terms.

Conflict can include being rude or mean.

Being rude is when someone is not trying to intentionally hurt the other person. It isn’t a repetitive behavior, and there is not an imbalance of power. For example, Judy asked Martha if she could borrow a pencil. But Martha explained that it wasn’t her pencil, she borrowed it from another friend, so she didn’t want to let Judy use it.

Being mean is when someone is trying to intentionally hurt the other person but they are usually nice, and there is no imbalance of power. For example, if Kyle told Mark that he was a terrible baseball player who should never try out for the baseball team, then Kyle is being mean to Mark.

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