Welcome to our new look website! Don’t forget to get your entry in for the 2012 Top WAHP Awards, which kicked off last week. You have until the end of the month. Also, be on the look out for some very special news tomorrow! Below is the roundup of what is on offer from our [...]
Cas has also been trying out Hootsuite’s shiny new auto scheduling feature and she’s hooked, hence why all the cool shares on our page this week about blogging, social media and more. If there’s something you need info on but are having difficulty getting answers, don’t forget you post a question on our page wall anytime…
We are back from the school holiday break! Cas has been working away on a new Support a WAHP website amongst other things, so things have been a little quiet on her end lately but she promises a new, vastly improved website will launch within the next couple of months. We’ll keep you posted. Below [...]
This week on the blog we featured an In the Spotlight Interview with Photographer Clare Metcalf. Cas also asked for some feedback on the Support a WAHP Facebook page and is making a few changes as a result. Firstly, while we’ll still keep our daily themes, you’ll no longer be asked to post on a [...]
Last week on the blog, Amanda Foy asked Have you been left holding the screaming baby? Cas posted about being glued to the computer chair on her Mumatopia blog and on her Startup Smart Home Based Startups blog she re-visited a popular blog post about valuing your worth that she published earlier in the year on [...]
This week was a quiet one on the blog because Cas has been busy preparing for the 2nd annual International Top WAHP Awards and another very special event that is coming up at the end of August (hint hint: book the 27 to 29 August into your diaries now!!!) that I can’t spill the beans about just yet but am very excited about! This week was the last week to cast votes for the Suncorp 5 Grand Helping Hand Grant Competition. Thanks to everyone who voted and good luck to those who entered.
This past week, Karen Gunton from Build a Little Biz contributed a fantastic guest post on reviewing your brand as you review your income and expenses for tax time (looming for us Aussies). We also featured an interview with work at home dad Rob McDougall from Cuddle Mummy Love in our In the Spotlight blog. 21 work at home businesses from our community have been busy campaigning for votes in the Suncorp 5 Grand Helping Hand Competition and this is the last week. If you can vote once a day until Friday next week, that may make an incredible difference for a WAHP business! And don’t forget that the 2012 Top WAHP Awards are launching soon! This year will be bigger and better, so stay tuned… Below is the roundup of what is on offer from our Premium and Longterm Sponsors this week.
Did you know that we have a “Find a WAHP” directory on our Facebook page? Just look for the “Find a WAHP” tab and search by category. If you want to be added to these lists, all you need to do is post on our wall and interact with our page. This week we featured Terri Z from Solo Entrepreneur.com in our In the Spotlight Interview. Cas has been busy preparing for her Mums’ Retreat and responding to comments on her latest Startup Smart blog post (some interesting comments). Below is the roundup of what is on offer from our Premium and Longterm Sponsors this week.
This week on Support a WAHP there’s been a flurry of activity surrounding the Suncorp 5 Grand Helping Hand grants competition with lots of WAH Businesses entering and vying for votes. These grants present a terrific opportunity, not just to enter and win 5 grand but to show a major bank the diversity of work at home businesses out there! So, if you haven’t entered, do it today! Below is the roundup of what is on offer from our Premium and Longterm Sponsors this week.
This week I was sooooo thankful to have the assistance of the wonderful Emma, Tracey, Lucie and Belinda on the page wall as I battled a nasty case of the flu. Aside from Emma, these women volunteer their time to support our community while also running their own business pages. So, if you see them posting or responding next week, be sure to give them a virtual pat on the back. Over to Emma…