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05/12/2013: Welcome to Thrilling Thursday - Look at what I have created!

Thursday draws its name from the old English for thunder, a translation of a Latin name for Jupiter's Day.

What a great day for enjoying the excitement of being in business! OK, sometimes it may not seem so exciting, but considering the alternative of working for someone else, it is positively charged with fun and frolics every day.

The trick is to give yourself little rewards along the way by saving fun jobs to do immediately after the dull, boring and stressful parts that we all have to deal with. Admin never goes away, but it breeds and grows darn it!

The fun parts, like promotional activities can make you feel so much better than the dull, repetitive stuff. Jobs like keeping your website up to date with the latest news on jobs and projects that you have been involved in can be the most rewarding of all, it is great to look back at successes and tell the world.

While you are at it, why not contact the customers involved and get an up to date testimonial from them. Even better, ask them for a referral as well and get them promoting you among their friends, family and colleagues. There are few finer salesmen than a happy customer.

No time to do this? Don't worry, with the Village Websmith, it is all part of the kit. We do the work like getting testimonials and putting them onto your site along with your most exciting business stories, while you get the real fun part of reading about how good you are. It doesn't cost a fortune either. You will get all the help you need to bring people together to do more business, so to find out more, just call us on 0203 239 0350 or click in the header of any page to email us. Tread boldly today!

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