Do you need help with various admin services in your small business? This week we are taking a tour of Sabrina’s Admin Services blog to help you find the answers quickly and easily. Come along and see what our 9-year-old site has to offer you!
There are several different pages on our blog, and all of them relate to small businesses. All of these pages are full of free information to help your business succeed. So, I figured I would shed some light on these different administrative areas so you can see exactly what they have to offer.“There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.” ― John Holmes Click To Tweet
Are you looking for free topics to help your small business?
First, there’s the search by categories area. Here you can see all the categories on our site. It is located on the sidebar of all the pages. Just press the drop-down to view them all. You can find this on the right-hand sidebar. And you can find anything there.
In this section, there is also an area that you can write a specific keyword you are searching for to get to posts that are most relevant to your topic.
Another area to visit is the Most Popular Small Business Posts from our blog list. This shows you the 10 most popular posts. Use this area for a glance at the posts that people have shared. It is located on the sidebar little ways down on the page. You can see this on any page of our blog.
Now that we talked about some areas to find your topics let’s talk about the different topics and pages we have specifically on our website.
Let’s explore the Small Business Tips on Sabrina’s Admin Services blog.
On the home page, there are the most recent posts on various topics. The top includes the most recent post; below that is the two Recent Marketing Tips posts. Below that is the bookkeeping tips in recent posts. Then there is a productivity tip for small businesses. Then we talk about Office Organizing tips to help you with your office and home office space. Further down the page, we discuss Business Gift ideas, Emergency Preparedness tips, small business owner interview series, and fun small business quotes. All these areas get updated frequently to keep you abreast of what is going on in the small business arena.
Below is the breakdown of the “Small Business Tips tab” at the top of every page.
The bookkeeping tips archived page has plenty of free tips to help you save money.
The business success page shows a variety of tips to help you make your small business a success. This is where you will find the complete collection of your interview series. Feel free to check them out.
The gift ideas page has great ideas for around the holidays when you need to get a gift for employees and clients. I also have a post for last-minute gift ideas.
The inspiration page has many quotes posts to help you get inspired to achieve your goals.
The management and leadership page gives you tips on being the leader in your company through great communication and guidance.
The marketing page has super helpful tips for small businesses to help you get noticed. There are many tips on analyzing your blog’s data analytics and tips on how to engage audiences. This section is subdivided into blogging tips, social media marketing, and website tips. Feel free to check them all.
The organizing page has posts from paper management to digital clutter with many free checklists to help you get the office organized. This section is subdivided into computer organization, office organization, paper management, procedures, productivity.
The protecting privacy page offers tips to help you and your customers feel more secure when transacting together.
Lastly, the Small Business Owner Interview Series gives you tips and tricks from long-standing small businessmen and businesswomen in various industries, which will hopefully guide you to make your start-up business a success sooner than later.
I hope you find these administrative areas helpful to you and your start-up business.
If you need help with your small business administrative tasks, check out our various services here.
Please note these are affiliate links through Amazon, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn affiliate fees if you decide to make a purchase.
Below are some additional articles we found that you may like to read:
10 steps to start your business from U.S. Small Business Administration
16 Strategies to Keep Your Small Business Organized from Neil Patel
Liz Benoit Cozby says
Wow, and wow! Nicely organized, and I love the way you point your reader to the nicely organized categories! I’m so jealous….I should print this out, and use it for my online course that I’m attempting to build, lol. Thank you!
Jackie Harder says
Well done! As usual. Love the way you’ve organized your website…although it doesn’t surprise me that you have done so! Good deal.
Joyce Hansen says
I think this a great idea for building a relationship with visitors. It gives you a wonderful opportunity to showcase the different parts to your site and your personality. Bravo.
Joan M Harrington says
This post was very helpful in navigating through your site and what it has to offer small business owners, thank you for breaking it all down 🙂
Rachel Lavern says
I do something similar to this on one of my blogs that I feel has more to it than meets the eye; however, I feel that my other two sites are laid out simply enough for readers to follow.
Wonderful information! Thank you for sharing. I look forward to visiting your site more and learning from you!
You are so clever and organized. Your website really reflects the effort and professionalism put into it too!!
Thanks, Teresa! =)
Kristen Wilson says
It is sad that we have to explain how to navigate a person’s website, but I get it.. and I like how you explain the categories and how to search what is important to the consumer… great points.
I agree, however, I feel that readers are so busy they do not look around when visiting the blog. This way, it brings attention to areas that they may have overlooked.
Beverley Golden says
This is such a great idea Sabrina to offer a tour of your website and you have so many wonderful services you offer the small business person. I am wanting to add a “Favourite Posts” to my sidebar and wonder if yours allows you to enter the posts you want, or if it just culls the latest ones from your blog? If you have any suggestions, please send me a message. 🙂 Your site is very easy to navigate and I love that you have something for everyone too!
Thanks, Beverley. Many small business owners only check out new content and other content gets left behind. I purposely made the posts evergreen so they can be visited again and again. The popular posts on the sidebar is a plugin available for WordPress platforms. I’m not sure if you are using WordPress but, search through new plugins “popular posts” or “Top 10 popular posts”. The plugin will review all your posts and categorize the ones that are most popular. It works pretty well and updates regularly. If you want to call it Favorite Posts, that would work as well. I was able to customize the title. Hope this helps.
What a clever idea to let people know about all the different parts of your site, Sabrina. It made me want to look around and that made me realise how much wonderful information you offer for free. Thank you. 🙂
Roslyn Tanner Evans says
Great idea to have a field guide. I’ve seen posts from other VA’s 7 none strike me as knowledgeable and organized as your site. They may have similar skills but in the words of a writer friend, ‘show’ dont tell.
As an Amazon affiliate, do you know of some book with files & folders to organized Everything you need to tell your family upon your death- like mortgage, bank accounts, etc.
Roslyn, I started a series this week called “Helping your parents …” This series will have information on how to help parents downsize. In the series, I plan on offering an ebook called “Every checklist you need to organize your estate”. It has everything a person would need to organize their estates. Check it out in the coming weeks.
Beth Niebuhr says
What a good idea to provide a tour and explanation of your website, Sabrina. We really should all consider doing that. At least, we should think about what might be confusing on our sites and fix them.
Susan Mary Malone says
I am always so impressed by your organizational skills, Sabrina! No wonder you’re so good at what you do 🙂
This is a great overview, and you’re a wonderful resource!
joan potter says
Sabrina – good to know. I appreciate your explaining the navigation of your site. What with ads and sidebar info and just the cacophony of visual “stuff” that goes into social media, it is dizzying for people like myself who are wary of accidentally pushing the wrong button or headline. I suppose when people first learned to drive cars, the eventual billboard/neon lights distractions were equally as annoying. Anyway, it’s nice to have a field guide!