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Why Holding On To Old Technology Can Be Bad For Your Business

Why Holding On To Old Technology Can Be Bad For Your Business - http://smallbiztechnology.com Avatar Posted by sannwood under Technology
From http://smallbiztechnology.com 4899 days ago
Made Hot by: CindyKing on September 12, 2009 3:26 am
No one wants to spend money on new technology unless you really have to. Unfortunately, for many of us, we buy technology when what we have is no longer working. I've learned, however, that often times, keeping technology refreshed will help ensure you and your employees are working as productively as possible. Read More

9 Powerful SEO Tips for your Small Business Website

9 Powerful SEO Tips for your Small Business Website - http://smallbizbee.com Avatar Posted by sannwood under Online Marketing
From http://smallbizbee.com 4908 days ago
Made Hot by: DebMark on September 2, 2009 3:25 am
SEO, or search engine optimization, is the practice of getting search engines to show your website when someone uses them. It can provide a great source of traffic for your website and build new customers and clients. The problem is, though, that most small business sites don't have what it takes to rank well in search engines. This guide will Read More

HOW TO: Leverage Twitter for Hiring

HOW TO: Leverage Twitter for Hiring - http://mashable.com Avatar Posted by sannwood under Strategy
From http://mashable.com 4913 days ago
Made Hot by: tiroberts on August 27, 2009 5:16 pm
Organizations are using Twitter (Twitter) for just about everything from ecommerce to legislative awareness. Given the variety of messages that Twitter can be used for, why not use it for one of the most critical needs an organization has — finding employees? Read More
It's an age-old question in the advertising world: how much of my hard-earned money should I put into marketing my business and building more sales? Ask any marketing expert and they'll tell you a different story. Read More
Increase and exceed your expectations in business with John Jantsch's personal experience story of this concept in action. Read More

Why Your Twitter Followers Aren't Leads—Or Are They?

Why Your Twitter Followers Aren't Leads—Or Are They? - http://dmiracle.com Avatar Posted by sannwood under Social Media
From http://dmiracle.com 4922 days ago
Made Hot by: roseanderson on August 18, 2009 6:36 pm
Can Twitter really help your business? Or is it just another place on the web to waste time. Read More
An autoresponder is a cool software package that will automatically send an e-mail to any e-mail address that signs up or opts in to a mailing list. It is most often used to follow up with subscribers to an e-mail newsletter or other e-mail list. You can send one follow e-mail through an autoresponder or several. Read More

Small Business Health Insurance Tips for the Self-Employed

Small Business Health Insurance Tips for the Self-Employed - http://www.smbtrendwire.com Avatar Posted by sannwood under Employee Benefits
From http://www.smbtrendwire.com 4930 days ago
Made Hot by: tiroberts on August 12, 2009 2:47 pm
An in-depth discussion on the timely topic of health care. If you're self-employed or own a small business and are "in the market" for health insurance - here's some great advice for you. Read More
Is the franchise you are thinking of buying perfect for you? Will it meet your criteria? Have you defined your criteria? Your criteria should include things like investment comfort level, hours and days of the week required, growth opportunity, and an exit strategy that will let you enjoy the fruits of your labor- the monetary equity you have buil Read More

5 Tips for Managing Social Media Marketing Expectations

5 Tips for Managing Social Media Marketing Expectations - http://www.openforum.com Avatar Posted by sannwood under Social Media
From http://www.openforum.com 4943 days ago
Made Hot by: smallbiztrends on July 29, 2009 3:02 pm
You may not know it, but if you're taking a stab at social media marketing and you're doing it on a whim, then you're setting yourself up for failure. As with any other business tactic, you need to have a clear plan and manage expectations. Read More
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