Author: Lauren Clarke

Lauren Clarke is an Australian freelance blogger, who writes on small business marketing, human resources and business for a number of blogs. Outside of writing, she enjoys sampling Australian red wines, and live theatre. Follow Lauren on Twitter.
Cash flow management strategies

The Complete Guide to Effective Cash Flow Management

As entrepreneurs, we all understand that cash is the lifeblood of your business. However to ensure that lifeblood continues to pump through your business, you really need to understand the foundations of business cash flow management. To understand the lifeblood of your business, you need to first understand what is cash flow then of course […]

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Blog post topics

Content Marketing: Finding Blog Post Topics on Quora

If you’re a blogger, this is a very familiar problem. You blog consistently and exhaustively about a certain topic. It seems that you know your niche like the back of your hand. In fact, a lot of your visitors would leave comments complimenting you. It seems like you’re doing everything right. But ultimately, you hit […]

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Beat the fear of public speaking

4 Methods to Beat the Fear of Public Speaking Forever

You have no doubt heard the expression that “People fear public speaking more than death”. There is an actual term for it; glossophobia. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. You can beat the fear of public speaking. Public speaking, done well, can help you build a personal brand, increase your business, make lots […]

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Cloud backup solutions

Critical Factors to Consider When Choosing Cloud Backup Solutions

A quality cloud backup solution is very important for reliable computer systems. Nowadays the future is heading towards the cloud, and it’s delivering a lot of benefits, including security, mobility, and convenience. Cloud data backup stores your existing data on offsite servers for use anytime, anywhere. Data is frequently synchronised or updated to mirror your […]

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Great business culture

5 Signs of a Great Business Culture (+ 5 Ways to Improve It Further)

When the average worker’s hours worked per week are regularly exceeding 40 hours, your employees are often spending more time with each other than with their own families. Recent studies show that this is becoming an all too common event in many countries across the globe. This fact alone makes it even more important to […]

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