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Karol, Authenticity is a good one as is knowing your customers/audience. However, I'm wondering if you have any other important and more specific warning signs an entrepreneur can look for when considering whether their brand may be going astray. "
Hi Ian, Certainly an idea whose time has come. With more and more people spending time in their social media app on a mobile device instead of using search engines, it's certain this is the way an increasing number of people find things. I guess my question would be, what are the compelling reasons an entrepreneur or marketer should choose this approach?"
Hi Jessica, This is a very good overview for small business owners who may be just getting started with an online business. My question would be, is there perhaps a benefit to starting with a simpler approach like shared hosting and then graduating to dedicated hosting as your online business grows? "
Hi Belinda, I get the idea that a lot of contractors and freelancers believe per project is the way to go. My question is what process do you then take to arrive at that number? After all, per word or per hour have very simple formulas for working out how much your bill will be. But per project? Where do you start? I wonder if you could lay out just your general approach for the benefit of the BizSugar community. "
Sian, Loved the roundup, in particular the tips for improving traffic to your blog. What a super post! Thanks also for including the post from sister site Small Business Trends. We love to have the Tweak Your Biz community represented here on BizSugar. "
Hi Mark, Thanks for sharing! Ultimately, many people who have a fear of public speaking might instinctively feel that a short presentation -- 5 minutes --- is much easier to face than a longer one -- 20 to 30 minutes. What's your take? Are longer presentations more challenging than shorter ones or the other way around? Why?"
Hi Justin, I think you'll agree video can tend to at least feel like a far greater commitment than simply tweeting, adding a Facebook update etc. Does video need to be a huge project or huge investment for small businesses when getting started? "