Biz Mums Blogging Carnival February 2013

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Welcome to the Biz Mums Blogging Carnival for February!

Great blogs written by celever women? Check. Blogs that are informative, educational or just plain interesting? Check. Cup of tea and a little time on your hands? Check. Then read on! Oh, and don’t forget to leave a little comment.

Cheers! Alli x

Dorothy Krajewski from Singular Insanity asks that one question that always gets you thinking, If there was one thing you could change in the world what would it be?

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Julie Bickerstaff from The Business Bakery tells us how to get more of the right stuff done with her 7 step recipe. Julie is a mum of four, runs a business and is super-busy. Julie thinks she should be super disciplined but *sigh* can be a bit of a faffer. This recipe is what keeps Julie on the straight and narrow – a foolproof way to get the right stuff done!

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Linda Anderson from Mums on the Go is adjusting to the new world of business, 3 kids, school hours and trying not to eat pasta for dinner every night. Linda has created a schedule to help her out but she’s a bit worried about how “FULL” it looks … where is the time to breathe?

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Johanna Baker-Dowell from Strawberry Communications crowdsourced funding for her book (featuring Alli) and here she shares the results of crowdsourcing cover designs.

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When Lou Fogg, MumSpeak blogger for SmartyPants kids first married her husband, she often wondered if he was actually taught how to do housework as a young lad. It wasn’t that he was a tad ordinary at it or anything – he was dead set awful! However, after 15 years of marriage some of Lou’s Jedi Master cleaning skills have rubbed off onto him. At the time though, it made Lou think that when she had kids, she was going to teach them how to do housework. Read how Lou is doing this with her three kids right now: Cleaning with kids + {giveaway}.

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Loren Bartley from Impactiv8 tells us how Facebook is on a mission for businesses to create ads that are both beneficial to businesses and Facebook users. They are attempting to achieve this by clamping down on what is and isn’t acceptable in terms of text overlays of images that appear in newsfeed ads. Don’t get rejected! Instead, learn what you need to do to comply with these new rules.

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Lisa Entwisle from Babyweights tells us how starting an exercise program doesn’t have to be permanent. Hey Mama, It’s not a tattoo helps you change your mindset to get started. It also includes a simple get started sample babyweights program.

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Monitoring your competitors can be a great market research, but sometimes competitive analysis can turn into competitive paralysis – where you become so focused on your competitors you lose sight of what you are trying to achieve. Amanda Jesnoewski, Velocity Media + Communications provides five tips to prevent you from becoming overwhelmed by your competitors.

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Do Facebook Offers work for business? Check out this blog from my good self to see what the findings were.

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