On-Line and Losing Time? Use Time Plans and Boundaries to Find Time

On-line activities take up more and more of everyone’s time these days. Whether you go on-line as part of your business and marketing plan, or simply use 

Visibility and Your Blog-2 Timely Tools

Visibility – or increased visibility – is what most bloggers are striving for.  Whether we are blogging for business or for pleasure, visibility means that people are seeing what we write – and that’s a good thing. So visibility is one of the primary goals that shapes how we set up our pages, create titles…

Google+ and You: Learn the Basics-It’s Well Worth Your Time!

Google+ is taking over the on-line world. At least that’s what many people think.  And whatever you think about it, one thing is for sure: Google+ is certainly a venue that’s difficult to avoid. So, how do you feel about Google+?  Are you puzzled by it?  An enthusiastic user?  If you haven’t 

Blogging Buzz: 7 Timely Tips!

Blogging is a wonderful way to connect with people.  And if you’re an entrepreneur or small business owner, blogging is fast becoming an indispensable means for establishing yourself in your niche. So, as you can imagine, making your blog accessible, attractive, and SEO-friendly is a key element 

Tragedy and the Impact of Social Media

Tragedy.  As racers near the finish line and the crowd cheers them on, there’s a flash, then flying debris, billowing smoke, and 

Social Networking Time: You Can Like How You Spend It!

Social networking can be a fun and worthwhile activity OR it can be a major time and energy drain.  Which is it for you? On Monday we posted a survey, looking to learn more about how Time Finder readers feel about their social networking activity.  If you’re interested, you can still take the survey right…

Time Management Tips for Using Facebook’s Interest Lists

Time management and organizational skills greatly enhance your ability to work on-line efficiently and effectively.  This is especially true when it comes to social media and your networking efforts there. So I was especially pleased, last week, when Terri Zwierzynski, Solo-E CEO,