Joy Broto Nath A Optimistic,Resilient,Mindful, & Skilful HR
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I am an meticulous and efficient HR Executive with approx 1 year of experience in hiring and training procedures for new employees in indian companies mostly startups. I have Coordinate and direct work activities for managers and employees and promote a positive and open work environment both on national and international scales. I have advised companies how to create a better working environment, and enhance their work performances. As an HR I have always aimed towards the people and organization connection and how they can strive for a better future. I have first hand experience of the whole business setup of a startup in India and the challenges that they face at both economic, social and political levels.



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I believe stories would not help you because every story is different.
Using Google search, search for the name of prolific guest bloggers in your industry plus the phrase “guest post by”. This will reveal all the sites that these guest bloggers have posted upon. If you have access to tools like Open Site Explorer, you can look at the backlinks of your competitors and spot any blogs they have written for. Com -domain. Com “guest post” which should reveal sites that a competitor has written for. A lot of bloggers and guest posters will share their latest guest posts on social networks. Just follow the links to see which blogs are accepting the guest posts.
ProBlogger uses a template to help document their guest blog strategy. Still, there is a startling number of marketers who are creating content and guest blogging “just because.” Meaning simply, they are guest blogging without any clear strategy. That leads bloggers to pay attention to things like social shares, comments, and traffic as the measure of success for a guest post. Your strategy should be built around growing your own business, not necessarily the blog of another organization.
You can read more here: https://neilpatel.com/blog/truth-guest-blogging/
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Behind every great brand story, you see in the media is a great PR strategy – and with the right strategy, you can turn your start-up into press-worthy news. If you have a deep understanding of the 3Ps, then you have undergone a critical phase in start-up development by articulating how your product or service aligns with the true and actual needs of your market. By mastering the 3Ps – developing a working product, knowing their customers’ pain points, and writing passionately for their audience – they were able to acquire thousands of customers while establishing themselves as an authority on all things social. Invest in relationships early on by giving something valuable before you ask for something in return. If you are wondering how to reach out to journalists and industry experts without it feeling forced or self-serving, look at natural opportunities to chat about topics that you both cares about, where you can add value. Instead, focus on providing industry expertise and knowledge.
You can read more here: https://neilpatel.com/blog/advanced-guide-to-startup-pr/
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There are several platforms that will help you.
1. ShoutMeLoud: This is a blog which screams being your own boss via blogging! Sounds interesting, right? It has a community of over 735+ bloggers who have contributed 1 or more guest posts. It familiarises its bloggers with nuances of WordPress, SEO, Google AdSense, Affiliate Marketing and more.
2. EduGorilla.com: A one-stop education community, it EduGorilla has over 120, 000 subscribers and over 500,00 monthly visitors. One of the best free guests posting websites, it invites posts from creative and indigenous writers and preferably writers from the education niche.
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Put simply, when your business is an S Corp, you become its employee for tax purposes. Everyone wants to save money when it comes to taxes, so it should come as no surprise that a lot of freelancers turn to S Corps when they are deciding between different business entities. With an S Corp, the larger your shareholder distribution, the less payroll tax you will pay on your business profits. It is up to you to decide how much employee salary to pay yourself. But it is also important to consider how the IRS would see things. Keep these in mind as think through your reasonable salary. Also, the IRS states that the key to establishing reasonable compensation is determining what the shareholder-employee does for the S Corp. After examining all the circumstances, the IRS establishes a range of reasonable salaries, from low to high. In one case, the IRS concluded that a reasonable salary for an Arkansas certified public accountant was $45,000-49,000.
You can read more here: https://www.collective.com/blog/money-management/freelancers-guide-to-paying-yourself-a-salary-from-an-s-corporation/
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Look the fact is unstable marriages occur, and these issues are part of marriage life. Nobody is happily married ever after. Do not get depressed. When a relationship grows and strengthens, the emotional maturity of both parties regarding that relationship also grows and strengthens. In the beginning of any human-to-human relationship, there is a high level of unbalance, where each person is trying to find their footing. When a relationship is more solidified, and both parties are more emotionally mature in that relationship, their sense of self does shift. It grows through shared experiences, communication, respect, and other relationships things that happen over the general course of a relationship. Activating that selflessness that is a necessary component in successful relationships sometimes involves giving things up, pieces of our sense of self to accommodate the growth in our relationship. That things were good. When God is in the center of any relationship, both parties feel fulfilled, not because it’s a perfect fit, but because God fills in all the gaps where the puzzle pieces don’t quite come together, so in a way, a marriage with God in the center has a huge advantage over other marriages, but it doesn’t mean that things won’t work with these other marriages, it just means that things will most likely be much, much harder and more work over the course of the relationship.
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Blog interviews are only as interesting as the people being interviewed. Create your own list of interviewee essentials, starting with the factors mentioned above. Other factors to consider include the interviewee's primary social media channels, their audience size, and their overall brand. A good rule of thumb is to have at least twice as many potential interviewees, as necessary. Chances are high that you already know some great candidates for blog interviews. Second, if you have already heard of them, they are important enough to be worth interviewing. You will eventually want to track interview candidates in a spreadsheet, but blank notebooks/Word documents encourage your mind to think more freely. Social media is an ideal tool for finding people who are both interesting and influential enough to make excellent interview candidates.
You can read more here: https://www.codeinwp.com/blog/guide-to-blog-interviews/
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An excellent title should let readers know what they will get when they read your post and tickle their curiosity. Entire books have been written on writing the best headlines. If you’re able to consistently provide people with implementable next steps in each post you write, you’ll quickly grow your authority within your niche.
You can read more here: https://grasshopper.com/blog/6-essential-elements-of-a-blog-post-that-gets-shared/
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In an ideal world, your blog should be directly integrated within your main website content management system, so it lives within your website's core domain. This helps your website build authority with search engines since every new blog article counts as an indexed page filled with searchable content. Whichever domain route you choose, it is key that blog visitors can easily access your core website pages, whether that be through the main website navigation still appearing when viewing a blog, or strategic use of calls-to-action that direct blog visitors to specific pages of your website. A daily or weekly blog frequency is only going to help you increase your traffic if the content is unique, thoughtful, and helpful to your readers. When creating any type of content, it's always better to follow the rule of quality over quantity, as long as you're not posting only one blog article per month.
You can read more here: https://www.weidert.com/blog/how-many-blog-posts-to-grow-traffic#:~:text=A%20daily%20or%20weekly%20blog,one%20blog%20article%20per%20month.
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These groups represent a large audience that can be influenced by the lifestyle they aspire to lead. Fans take the trust they have in the performance of these athletes and place it in the brands they see these athletes’ support. Whether it is the idea of being that fit, strong and attractive, or the allure of traveling and living a life of glamor, people who attend competitions like marathons are drawn to the ideal persona these athletes represent. In turn, they can meet their goals whether it is brand awareness, increased sales, or something more personal such as improving their sense of corporate social responsibility.
You can read more here: https://sponsorshipcollective.com/sponsorship-for-athletes-everything-you-need-to-know/
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There are several books available in the market.
The Complete Book of Business Plans: If you’re not ready to put your faith in just one method of business planning, then this is the book for you. Inside this staple of the business world, you will find over a dozen business plan templates you can use to jumpstart your business and attract investors quickly. You will also find advice on getting and staying motivated, how to make sure you are bringing the best possible partners onto your project, and how to propel your business forward for decades to come. Before you even sit down to write your business plan, this book will help you decide whether it is worth doing so in the first place. Written by small business expert Rhonda Abrams, this book has worksheets, sample business plans, and plenty of advice from other experts in the field of business planning, as well as advice if you are entering competitions or hoping to secure funders. As you start writing your business plan, you will also be thinking about who will run your organization in addition to all the other information contained inside.
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