Simple Marketing Automation for Solopreneurs

by Pam Neely
Solopreneurs have an overwhelming amount of work to do. Between maintaining their sites, networking, social media, taxes and – oh yes- the work they actually get paid for, it’s almost too much. For some, it’s definitely too much – it’s not uncommon for solopreneurs to work 60, 80, occasionally even 100 hours a week. That’s no fun, and the lack of fun isn’t even the worst part.Read the full article