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With a little bit of variation and some easy-to-implement changes a business blog post can be transformed into a unique, creative and more MARKETABLE reading experience Read More
It took Harley-Davidson years to nurture and cultivate an image and brand. The result? An American icon and legend! In the 1970s, it took only a few short years to destroy all and almost bankrupt the company. The story and great lessons from a chapter of business history.. Read More
In a crazed, ultra-competitive business-world filled with mind-numbing technological leaps, "low-tech" can be a great way to restore a sense of relaxation, revitalization and rejuvenation. It's back-to-basics in my latest biz-blog article.. Read More

Some Creative Thoughts on Multi-Cultural Aspects of Business

Some Creative Thoughts on Multi-Cultural Aspects of Business - http://jobshuk.com Avatar Posted by yoni67 under Self-Development
From http://jobshuk.com 5172 days ago
Made Hot by: saraib820 on May 17, 2010 3:13 pm
The Web and modern business-world are truly international, multi-cultural arenas. So how does one become multi-cultural? Drinking a pint of Guinness? Shopping at IKEA? Watching The Sopranos? Not really. A serious and irreverent look at cultural aspects of the 21st century business.. Read More
After one year in business I have decided to look back in introspection, assess where I am and plan the path forward. It's all based on the advice, wisdom and insight of BizSugar's own resident philospher. Thanks Martin (lyceum) Read More

10 Tips For Networking Like a Social Media Guru

10 Tips For Networking Like a Social Media Guru - http://www.bizsugar.com Avatar Posted by ShawnHessinger under Social Media
From http://www.bizsugar.com 5177 days ago
Made Hot by: alinisrael on May 12, 2010 2:23 pm
You don't have to be a social media guru to become an effective online networker. Whether here on BizSugar.com or on another social media platform, all it takes is some common sense and the same kindness and courtesy you might exhibit in the day to day operation of your small business. If you can think of any other tips, please leave them below or in the comment section on our blog Read More
You pour your heart, soul, effort, time and wisdom into your original biz-blog posts and articles. But what about ownership of and rights to your ideas once you hit "ENTER" or "SUBMIT?" The answers may surprise you Read More
Last week while we were hard at work a Bugatti sold for $30 Million, a Picasso fetched $117 Million and the proud owner moved into his $1 Billion condo! So when pricing our business goods and services, do we market toward the "Average Joe" or the obscenely-rich? An offbeat look at the issue of setting biz prices Read More
A business reputation can take years to build. It demands nurturing, cultivation and care. One businessman showed me how all of that work can go straight down the toilet in minutes flat. It's a story of the sweet sounds of the late, great Marvin Gaye, engine trouble, a tow truck and the "nightmare" car scenario. Read More

I Really Do Not Want You as a Customer

I Really Do Not Want You as a Customer  - http://www.m4bmarketing.com Avatar Posted by m4bmarketing under Marketing
From http://www.m4bmarketing.com 5199 days ago
Made Hot by: roseanderson on April 26, 2010 4:32 am
A lot is written about building customer profiles of those who you want as customers. This of course is an essential part of small business marketing. But what about the other side – those customers that you do not want as customers. Two blog posts recently have been written about this dilemma and give great insights into this problem as they shared their experiences.
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