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French Fry Entrepreneur Builds Empire with Facebook

French Fry Entrepreneur Builds Empire with Facebook - http://money.cnn.com Avatar Posted by BusinessBloggerPro under Social Media
From http://money.cnn.com 3195 days ago
Made Hot by: MindCircusMedia on November 15, 2013 2:08 am
The next time you hear someone say social media can't drive sales or isn't important as a marketing tool, just remember Ryan Smolkin. Smolkin launched his chain of poutine restaurants featuring the Canadian French Fry treat using nothing but Facebook and Twitter to drive word of mouth. Today, Smolk Read More
Hello Our Dear Readers and , You are welcome to Second Interview section of this blog, the “Expert Chat” Section where we have a chat with the Tiroberts.com Author Tiroberts. She is going to discuss various tricky questions related to SEO and Blogging. So I hope you Enjoy her interview on my blog. Read More

Marketers Hate These Buzzwords, Which (Ahem) They Created

Marketers Hate These Buzzwords, Which (Ahem) They Created - http://marketingland.com Avatar Posted by AmyJordan under Online Marketing
From http://marketingland.com 3199 days ago
Made Hot by: Monsieur Eraser on November 12, 2013 9:12 pm
Marketers are brilliant at creating buzzwords and then saturating all matter of communications — whitepapers, PowerPoint decks, tweets, casual conversations with Starbucks’ baristas — with them. Equally impressive, marketers excel at then claiming to hate the very turn of phrase they elevated to bu Read More

Virtual Offices, Business as Usual?

Virtual Offices, Business as Usual?  - http://www.getbusymedia.com Avatar Posted by jimarmstrong under Technology
From http://www.getbusymedia.com 3199 days ago
Made Hot by: Entrepreneurosaurus on November 12, 2013 8:02 pm
Ricky Damron speaks about the benefits of moving brick and mortar businesses online and how doing so saves money and also allows for more employee and structural freedoms. Read More
Twitter is now a publicly traded company (as of earlier today), but many small business owners and entrepreneurs still use it for marketing and networking. Will the interest from Wall Street have an impact on how they use it? Certainly, investors will demand profitability. That will require more ad Read More

Yet Another 6 Ways to Use Social Media For Branding

Yet Another 6 Ways to Use Social Media For Branding  - http://www.sba.gov Avatar Posted by stillwagon428 under Social Media
From http://www.sba.gov 3200 days ago
Made Hot by: Ruth Stone on November 8, 2013 5:24 am
Developing a social media strategy, following through on the execution, and being consistent in how you present your company, will go a long way toward increasing your brand visibility and reinforcing it in the minds of prospective customers and existing customers. Read More
How your business is organized can have a major impact on the outcome of your business. Here are tips on the best organization structure for small business. Read More

What Do You Require? Communication made simple

What Do You Require? Communication made simple - http://aceconcierge.net Avatar Posted by aceconcierge under Self-Development
From http://aceconcierge.net 3203 days ago
Made Hot by: smallbizwoman on November 6, 2013 2:59 am
Communication is an essential human need as well as a right in order to exchange ideas, thoughts, opinions and meanings.

It is the foundation for all types of relationships, whether professional or personal. It is a major player in our active lives, social activities and business networks. Read More
ABC's Shark Tank provides a weekly education on how to successfully sell your product to high-profile prospects. Believe it or not, we can take away many sales lessons from these success stories. This post identifies the top 5 most successful Shark Tank companies and what we can learn from them. Read More

MicroMessaging: Management Communication

MicroMessaging: Management Communication  - http://www.peoplemanagementconsulting.com Avatar Posted by cecilwampler under Management
From http://www.peoplemanagementconsulting.com 3207 days ago
Made Hot by: ShawnHessinger on November 6, 2013 5:57 am
This week I wanted to introduce a concept some of you may not have heard of called micromessaging. This is an idea made popular by Stephen Young, which is the small, subtle ways we influence the way people perform, succeed, or even fail in the workplace... Read More
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