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Muslimah Business Spotlight: Julianne Kinsey, Women Who Thrive

It’s been close to a year since the last Muslimah Business Spotlight post. You may have even noticed fewer posts published on the site. One reason is that I’ve been putting more time into completing professional training and certification and growing my client base and business. It’s been a lot of hard work, but it […]

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4 Tips for Blogging to Promote and Grow Your Business

Using blogs and other social media can be very effective for getting more local business. Most people think of social networking as only a way to drive global traffic. However, it can be used very effectively for getting local business as well. Here are four tips to make it work: #1) Target local keywords This […]

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How to Write When You’re Not a Writer

As a business owner you’re called on to manage a variety of tasks. Due to the importance of content, one of those tasks is writing. You have content to create. This can be a scary and potentially overwhelming concept. Many people fear writing or put it off because they don’t consider themselves to be writers. […]

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Tips and Ideas to Repurpose and Reuse Your Content

The way I see it, content is an investment. You spend a lot of time planning and writing it. You probably also spend a lot of time planning and researching it. It makes good business sense to make the most of your investment. When you repurpose and reuse your content, you maximize your return. Here […]

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Is It Time to Outsource Your Social Media Marketing?

Should you still be doing your own social media marketing, or is it time to hand it off to someone else? There are many factors that go into whether or not you can hand off your social media. Here are some of the things to consider when you’re weighing your decision. Is Your Social Marketing […]


Guest Post: Muslims Abroad are Entrepreneurs

Though many people, in their heart of hearts, aspire to venture out on their own and breathe life into a business idea, many hesitate to take the leap of faith. There may be several considerations, such as financially providing for your family or mortgage payments that could be the reason behind the stalling. There are […]


Remembering Tayyibah Taylor

Inna ilayhi rajioon. The moment she entered the room, I was captivated. She was tall, and impeccably dressed in red and black. We were assembled in the auditorium at the Atlanta Journal Constitution 13 years ago – exactly one week following the devastation of 911, and Tayyibah was part of a panel of Atlanta-based Muslims […]

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How to Stick to Your Goals and Stay Motivated

Have you ever been working your way toward a goal that you really wanted to achieve, only to suddenly lose your way? How does that happen?   When you’re working toward a goal, it’s not enough to simply want it. Even if it’s the attainment of your life’s dream, you have to keep yourself constantly […]

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4 Tips to Making the Leap to Self-Employed

Last week I made it through the kids’ first week of school. This summer seemed to end so quickly leaving nothing but a blur of memories. One week in and we’re all fighting a case of back-to-school-sniffles – happens every year, no lie. So now we’re buckling down and gearing up for another busy year. […]

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Be SMART About Setting Your Goals

I’m back and ready to share more goal setting tips. A quick recap for anyone who hasn’t been following: although the mission of this blog is to provide useful information for anyone looking for work-at-home solutions – whether it’s finding a telecommuting/virtual job you can do from home or starting an online/home-based business – setting […]