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First off, its key for small businesses to understand that they are “price takers“, not “price makers”. At the end of the day, the consumers are the final decision makers with regards whether or not a product is worth purchasing at any given price. Businesses must make educated decisions based on a Read More
First off, its key for small businesses to understand that they are “price takers“, not “price makers”. At the end of the day, the consumers are the final decision makers with regards whether or not a product is worth purchasing at any given price. Businesses must make educated decisions based on a Read More
The development of the retail market is shifting rapidly away from brick-and-mortar storefronts and toward e-Commerce venues. In an effort to remain competitive, many small business owners realize the need for an online sales outlet, but struggle to overcome the barrier of entry into the online spa Read More

Companies That Understand Great Customer Service

Companies That Understand Great Customer Service - http://freefrombroke.com Avatar Posted by amabaie under Customer Service
From http://freefrombroke.com 4258 days ago
Made Hot by: tuckerleroy on December 14, 2010 7:37 pm
In today’s economy you would think that companies would be doing everything they can to not only get new customers, but keep the ones they already have. Unfortunately that’s not the case. Some companies are clueless or simply don’t care.

But there are other companies out there that do totally G Read More
Advertising for your business is a necessary expense. It is often very expensive, time consuming, and the results are not guaranteed. The use of promotional memory sticks can address each of these issues. Your company's logo, name, and slogan will appear on the promotional memory stick. Consumers w Read More
Spiral16 interviews data analyst Wendy Goldman Scherer of Scherer Cybrarian and The Social Studies Group about the importance of social media monitoring. Read More

Small Businesses Don’t Need Big P.R. Contracts

Small Businesses Don’t Need Big P.R. Contracts     - http://pfceo.wordpress.com Avatar Posted by Pricefalls under Public Relations
From http://pfceo.wordpress.com 4264 days ago
Made Hot by: shepherd on December 12, 2010 2:35 pm
Elliot Moskow is the CEO of Pricefalls.com. He launched Pricefalls in his Junior year of college and it has been a tremendous learning experience. This post serves to provide insights to small business owners who are considering contracting out a P.R. firm or looking at ways to take their P.R. in-h Read More
You’re the CEO and EIC of HerCampus.com. What are your main responsibilities?

I’m in charge of all of the content on the site as well as managing our expansion to schools across the country via our My Campus branches. We are currently at 75 schools and counting.

How did HerCampus get started? Read More
If you have a passionate topic that you want to talk about you shouldn’t steer away from it because it is one of the more saturated content areas on the web. Instead you can try another approach to stand out and get noticed. Read More
When it comes to marketing most people think about traditional methods like placing an ad in the newspaper, magazine or even on local television. An area most people don’t think seriously enough is public relations. Read More
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