OpenSourceMedia submitted the following stories to BizSugar

Are You an Entrepreneur–Or a “Wantrepreneur”? Find Out…

Are You an Entrepreneur–Or a “Wantrepreneur”? Find Out…  - http://www.erica.biz Avatar Posted by OpenSourceMedia under Startups
From http://www.erica.biz 3399 days ago
Made Hot by: Evan Collins on February 7, 2013 4:17 am
There are a lot of people running around these days calling themselves “entrepreneurs”. However, I’ve discovered a few fool-proof ways to quickly see the differences between successful entrepreneurs and wantrepreneurs–or people who want to start a business, but who actually aren’t going to take act Read More

The Art of Great Service and When We Stopped Listening

The Art of Great Service and When We Stopped Listening  - http://dannybrown.me Avatar Posted by OpenSourceMedia under Public Relations
From http://dannybrown.me 3400 days ago
Made Hot by: DigiTechBlog on February 4, 2013 7:53 pm
Many businesses look to attract new customers and clients, often at the expense of the existing ones. But the real success comes from managing both. Read More

Why Storify Misses the Point on Protecting Privacy

Why Storify Misses the Point on Protecting Privacy - http://dannybrown.me Avatar Posted by OpenSourceMedia under Social Media
From http://dannybrown.me 3400 days ago
Made Hot by: AmyJordan on February 4, 2013 6:04 pm
Storify has come under fire for making private Facebook content public. Should Storify act more responsibly or is it user blame? Read More
The following answers are provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only nonprofit organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, the YEC recently launched #StartupLab, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of en Read More
The typical founder, in trying to run a lean startup, is often so focused on rapid growth that taking the time to write down and back up files can seem like a waste of time. But having the patience to document your systems and processes early on is not just beneficial to your company — it can be a Read More
Rather than a paragraph describing your business in prose, include a video how-to or demonstration on your website homepage or landing page that prospective customers can watch to get a sense for your product or service. A video demo can be thirty seconds to five minutes in length, and can help the Read More
People, I have a confession to make. When I’m scouring the world wide web to bring you all the best startup stories, advice, how-to what have yous, it’s usually a selfish pursuit. How dare you, Holly! Wait a sec, let me explain. You see, like most people (should be) I’m always on a self-improving m Read More
For more than 16 years, Buzz Marketing Group has been a leader in identifying Millennials’ trends and insights. Each January, we publish our trend predictions for the coming year. Our biggest trends in the past have included Wharholism, Instanity, Massclusivity, and Conscious Consumption. Read More
Conferences are an excellent way to connect with a targeted group of people in a short amount of time. With a little bit of preparation, you can justify the cost of the registration, travel, hotel and time spent not “working.” But many rely on serendipity when it comes to making connections at conf Read More

Lessons Learned In 2012 (And How To Crush It In 2013)

Lessons Learned In 2012 (And How To Crush It In 2013) - http://www.killerstartups.com Avatar Posted by OpenSourceMedia under Strategy
From http://www.killerstartups.com 3422 days ago
Made Hot by: sophia2 on January 10, 2013 7:21 pm
ife is an interesting journey.

One day you think you’ve finally got it all figured out and the next moment something unexpected happens, which completely shatters your reality.

Every year should be a year of growth and goals, but 2012 has taught me that life doesn’t always go according to pla Read More
Subscribe

Share your small business tips with the community!
Share your small business tips with the community!
Share your small business tips with the community!
Share your small business tips with the community!