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Are your prices high enough? Are you afraid to charge what you are worth or charge at all? You are not alone. Read the advice I gave to my client who was challenged with wanting to give from the heart with little expectation of financial reward. Read More
I believed that there were obstacles hindering my business growth, the most unlikely situation showed me different. Too often we believe we are faced with roadblocks when in fact it is either fear or our own excuses holding us back. Read More

The Most Tried and Failed Small Businesses [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Most Tried and Failed Small Businesses [INFOGRAPHIC] - http://dashburst.com Avatar Posted by danielzeevi under Startups
From http://dashburst.com 3478 days ago
Made Hot by: sophia2 on March 30, 2013 8:39 pm
The U.S. thrives based on the millions of jobs created by small business owners. Although these small businesses play such a vital role in our economy, a huge amount of risk surrounds new ventures that makes most prospective entrepreneurs hesitant to jump on board for just any promising idea. Read More
Terms and conditions are much like the rules of a game. They let everyone know the basic parameters in which they must operate and how all the players interact. This post describes why you need to have some terms of service in place and 13 scenarios to help you flesh out yours. Read More
The word is out. Google is killing Google Reader in July. RSS lovers everywhere are scrambling for a new way to gather their news. The world will survive though, because there are viable alternatives. But this entire ordeal has me thinking about RSS in general. Does this mean that RSS is dead? How Read More

How Do I Choose the Right Vendor Events?

How Do I Choose the Right Vendor Events? - http://www.cassiusblueconsulting.com Avatar Posted by CassiusBlueCo under Marketing
From http://www.cassiusblueconsulting.com 3492 days ago
Made Hot by: BusinessBloggerPro on March 21, 2013 12:56 am
Question: Brandi, I attend a lot of events in which I am a vendor throughout the year. Over the past year I have been burned several times, showing up, setting up my booth, only to find that there were more vendors than actual attendees. It costs a lot of money and takes a lot of my resources to ve Read More
Looking for a one-two knockout punch to your marketing campaign? Commitment and consistency will help build your audience Read More

7 Reasons Why Most Entrepreneurs Fail in Business

7 Reasons Why Most Entrepreneurs Fail in Business  - http://www.naijapreneur.com Avatar Posted by MADphilips under Startups
From http://www.naijapreneur.com 3515 days ago
Made Hot by: kingofcontent92 on February 25, 2013 1:24 pm
7 Reasons Why Most Entrepreneurs Fail in Business. Here are 7 Indicators of entrepreneurs who are headed for doom. Read More

[Infographic] Dos & Don’t of Networking Follow up

[Infographic] Dos & Don’t of Networking Follow up  - http://www.cassiusblueconsulting.com Avatar Posted by CassiusBlueCo under Marketing
From http://www.cassiusblueconsulting.com 3521 days ago
Made Hot by: thelastword on February 18, 2013 10:22 pm
Networking is often a key part of a small business owners marketing mix. A lot of time goes into choosing which events to attend and perfecting our pitch. But, the importance of follow up is often forgotten. In fact, 48% of people never follow up, this infographic shows the key dos and don’ts of ne Read More
Brandi, I have been working on my website for what feels like forever. The countdown to the launch ended more than two months ago because I’m stuck. I have chosen my theme, I have my logo and colors, and I know what needs to go on the site but I’m struggling to get the content written. What’s crazy Read More
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