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How to Survive Your Startup’s Near-Death Experience

How to Survive Your Startup’s Near-Death Experience - http://www.openforum.com Avatar Posted by sannwood under Startups
From http://www.openforum.com 3314 days ago
Made Hot by: LadySophy on August 24, 2012 11:21 pm
Startup life can feel like one crisis after another, and unfortunately, too many ventures fall prey to a fatal early misstep. Here are a few thoughts on overcoming the near-death experiences all-too-common in the early stage. Read More
Did you know your customers’ lives can affect their buying behaviour? You may not be aware of it but it can affect the sales of your products or services. If they have a lot going on in their personal lives then adding complexity to their buying decisions adds stress. Read More
You can also choose to send a gift for no particular reason. You can select from a list of categories, including Caffeine, Drinks, Sweet Treats, and Good Grub. Within those categories are specific retailers, including Starbucks, Pete’s Coffee, Chipolte, Shake Shack, Potbelly and others. Listed und Read More
Customers are the number one asset for every business, and they can be managed best via the use of online customer relationship management... Read More
Some *real* tips on how to improve the Alexa ranking of your business blog as well as an explanation for why it is important. Read More
Making this transition can be tough whether you’re the employee or the employer. If you are a business owner who is used to working with an in-house staff, outsourcing work to an agency will be a big change. Consider some of the ways that you can help make this transition smooth and successful: Read More
Should or shouldn't we implement social media marketing is a big question for organization in regulated industries like pharma. Read More
We all feed off each other constantly and forever, building, learning and adapting from the thoughts and experience of those around us. Read More

Use the “Dog Days” to Rethink Your Marketing Strategy

Use the “Dog Days” to Rethink Your Marketing Strategy  - http://www.sba.gov Avatar Posted by SBA.gov under Marketing
From http://www.sba.gov 3322 days ago
Made Hot by: focusmedia on August 17, 2012 4:17 am
By Rieva Lesonsky. Is August a slow season for your small business? For many of us, business slows down as the days heat up. Fortunately, that makes the rest of this month the ideal time to use your downtime productively by reassessing your marketing strategy. Determine what’s working and what isn’ Read More
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