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Go Aussies!  We are off to Disneyland

Go Aussies! We are off to Disneyland

Julie Ross Dance Studio 2012 America Troupe

“Dreams really do come true!!”

 

Please support our talented Coffs Harbour dancers and help make their dream a reality!

In July, a very excited group of 25 dancers from Julie Ross Dance Studio (JRDS) will be representing Australia as they have been given the opportunity to perform in California, America.  They will be dancing in Disneyland, Universal Studios and on the famous Hollywood Boulevard.  Through audition, the dancers were also accepted to perform in Disneyland’s Summer Dance the Magic Parade where studios from all around the world will come together to dance down Disneyland’s Main St.  The students will also be participating in workshops at both Disneyland and at the Debbie Reynolds Dance Centre where they will be further developing their technical dance skills and performance ability.

As one can appreciate, there are many costs involved when representing Australia overseas.  The JRDS fundraising committee is seeking financial contributions from local clubs and businesses to assist with the costs of student costumes and uniforms which are required for the American tour.

We would greatly appreciate any support you are able to offer and will acknowledge your business sponsorship at JRDS Disney events and in media releases.  If the opportunity arises, our dancers are also able to perform for your corporate event in exchange for sponsorship.

Please contact our Disney Dance Director within the studio, Sally Johnson on 0429396426, if you are able to support the dancers in any way possible, every contribution whether small or large is greatly appreciated.  Please do not hesitate to contact Sally if you would like any further information.

 

Thank you so very much!

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Carol Fear

JRDS Fundraising Committee Secretary

 

www.julierossdance.com.au

Social Media Summit 2012

Social Media Summit 2012

SO WHAT’S THIS ABOUT?

Michael (and his team) have been working for months to bring the best small business social media minds together for a fully online event called Small Biz Success Summit 2012 http://www.whitepapersource.com/cmd.php?Clk=4595639

A significant 3000 marketers and business owners from around the world attended his Success Summit last summer. Businesses were transformed. In fact, 99% of attendees said they’d attend again.

This new summit is all about small business. Its focus is to empower you to implement successful social media tactics, track and measure your social media activities, and see how successful social media campaigns were executed.

Twenty-eight of the world’s leading small business social media pros will be summit instructors–and all of them are small business owners.

Presenters include John Jantsch (author, Duct Tape Marketing), Anita Campbell (founder, Small Business Trends), Michael Stelzner (founder, Social Media Examiner and author, Launch), Mari Smith (co-author, Facebook Marketing), Jesse Stay (author, Google+ for Dummies), Hollis Thomases (author, Twitter Marketing), David Siteman Garland (founder, “The Rise to the Top” and author, Smarter, Faster, Cheaper), Joe Pulizzi (founder, Content Marketing Institute and co-author, Get Content, Get Customers), Brian Clark (founder, Copyblogger Media), Lee Odden (founder, TopRank Online Marketing), Ramon Ray (founder, Small Biz Technology and author, Technology Solutions for Growing Businesses) and Lewis Howes (co-author, LinkedWorking)–just to mention a few.

This is the world’s largest online small business social media event designed to empower you with actionable social media tips, techniques and strategy. And the great news is it’s a live online conference you can attend from your home or office.

Go here now to learn more: http://www.whitepapersource.com/cmd.php?Clk=4595639

Here’s to your success!
Jodie Hodges

P.S. Twenty-eight of the most successful social media marketing pros will show you how to use social media to market and grow your business. Remember, the experts teach the sessions live (and it’s all online). So you don’t need to leave your home or office! Go here to see how this works: http://www.whitepapersource.com/cmd.php?Clk=4595639

P.P.S. As a way of saying “thanks” for checking out the summit, there’s a gift just for you called “How to Improve Your Search Engine Rankings With Blogging,” taught by Rich Brooks (valued at $59). Go get it here (see upper yellow box): http://www.whitepapersource.com/cmd.php?Clk=4595639

What is data entry?

 

 

 

 

 

What does it mean?

Data entry is the act of transcribing forms of data into another form, usually a computer program. Forms of data that people might transcribe include handwritten documents, information off spreadsheets from another computer program, sequences of numbers, letters and symbols that build a program, or simple data like names and addresses.

Data entry is not for everyone.  It can be repetitive, mindless, tedious, and boring.  But some of us, like myself, love it.

Some different kinds of data that people might transcribe are handwritten documents in a doctor’s office, spreadsheet info, long sequences of patternless numbers that go toward building a computer program, or the simplest of data like names and addresses for an accounting firm. You may find yourself working a job that is almost exclusively data entry, while others fields that require data entry skills could spend most of their time away from the keyboard — it depends on the job.

Time Management

I record all my times using myhours.  This is a great tool for productivity and reporting.  All my clients get a copy so they can see what hours I have worked on their database or data entry.  This can also be a good way of tracking your own work time, so that you can see which task are taking you the most time.  Some people are surprised when they realise that the small tasks that they perform without paying much attention to, such as entering new email addresses into their email program or saving a new client’s phone number into their tracking software, can add up to a significant portion of their work day.

How important is a good database?

A good database has to capture what is important to the client.  Some people only need up to date email addresses or mobile phone numbers.  Other databases need a lot more fields to make it useful.  I often have to confirm addresses, emails, and other contact details for clients to keep their database up to date.  This is key to having an accurate database and a very useful sales tool.

 

Well I am about to build a database for the team at Made with Love Markets.

 

 

 

 

Until next time Jodie