Sell Your Products from Your Competitors' Stores

Sell Your Products from Your Competitors' Stores - http://www.smallbusinessnewz.com Avatar Posted by ArmadaIG under Online Marketing
From http://www.smallbusinessnewz.com 4091 days ago
Made Hot by: q4sales on May 25, 2009 1:13 pm
It's always nice when you can figure out a way to infiltrate your competitors' operations and actually use them to sell your own product. Google recently added a couple of mobile features that small businesses (particularly online businesses should pay attention to). First, they released Product Search for mobile. What this means, is that users Read More

Scribd: Pioneers in the World of Publishing

Scribd: Pioneers in the World of Publishing - http://www.blackweb20.com Avatar Posted by jbrath under Technology
From http://www.blackweb20.com 4089 days ago
Made Hot by: patm on May 25, 2009 12:53 pm
Great article about the new Scribd ebook store. Read More

How Do YOU Use Twitter?

How Do YOU Use Twitter? - http://homebusiness.about.com Avatar Posted by luzspielberg under Online Marketing
From http://homebusiness.about.com 4092 days ago
Made Hot by: on May 23, 2009 11:50 pm
Are you on Twitter yet? Or should I ask, "Do you Tweet?" Twitter seems to be sweeping the world as the latest and greatest social networking tool. It's totally free (so far), has its own cool lingo and its membership is growing by leaps and bounds. I'm not on Twitter yet, but I'm giving it careful consideration. Frankly, I don't need anothe Read More

Sometimes You Should Just Walk Away and Simplify

Sometimes You Should Just Walk Away and Simplify - http://kylelacy.com Avatar Posted by roseanderson under Online Marketing
From http://kylelacy.com 4092 days ago
Made Hot by: JohnH on May 23, 2009 2:50 pm
It is important to understand when to walk away. There has been times in my short career (3 years) where I have needed to walk away from my desk, from Twitter, from Facebook, from website design and graphic design— to just step away and re-evaluate where I was headed and where I wanted to go. We all work as hard as we can to get ahead in life and Read More

Study: Nav bars in email drive clicks

Study: Nav bars in email drive clicks - http://www.bizreport.com Avatar Posted by suzyQ under Online Marketing
From http://www.bizreport.com 4092 days ago
Made Hot by: JohnH on May 23, 2009 2:50 pm
According to new research from Smith-Harmon, navigation bars in email communications are a key driver of clicks, sometimes more so than the email content itself. Read More
Here are some really great tips to help restaurants - and small businesses - use social media in their marketing. Read More

New Tax-Deferral Plan For Small Businesses

New Tax-Deferral Plan For Small Businesses - http://bizbox.slate.com Avatar Posted by BizBox under News
From http://bizbox.slate.com 4092 days ago
Made Hot by: andynew on May 22, 2009 4:13 pm
BizBox explains Patrick Kennedy's new bill, which would allow small businesses to defer their income tax payments in order to invest that money back into their businesses, and why it's a (really) good thing. Read More

Family Business

Family Business - http://www.businessknowhow.com Avatar Posted by arthurbland under Strategy
From http://www.businessknowhow.com 4093 days ago
Made Hot by: on May 22, 2009 2:54 pm
What's the best way to bring a family member into the business? This article looks at some of the right and wrong ways to do things. Read More

Zane Safrit: 2 Approaches to Twitter

Zane Safrit: 2 Approaches to Twitter - http://zanesafrit.typepad.com Avatar Posted by ZaneSafrit under Online Marketing
From http://zanesafrit.typepad.com 4093 days ago
Made Hot by: dreamwithdeadline on May 21, 2009 9:17 pm
It's a brief comparison of two different uses of Twitter and their respective goals and audiences. Read More

Why eBay's DSR + Best Match System Turns Off "REAL" Businesses

Why eBay's DSR + Best Match System Turns Off "REAL" Businesses - http://3rdpoblogs.com Avatar Posted by ColderICE under Products and Services
From http://3rdpoblogs.com 4093 days ago
Made Hot by: on May 21, 2009 9:17 pm
This DSR system is so idiotic that at times I have to bang my head against the lovely mahogany desk I sit behind. Even 3rd grade math fails to make sense of how eBay came up with this "system". I think any intelligent individual understands how STUPID the eBay DSR system is, which leads me to believe that these guys in the DSR department either. Read More
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