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Think verbal communication is the only necessary skill in sales? Think again! Author Ralph Allora discusses the need for excellent written communication as well. Read More
Money also referred to as capital, funds, and financing is a critical factor in starting a business. You will need “seed money” to launch the business to cover costs such as vehicles, equipment, machinery, land, building, fixtures, and supplies. You’ll also require money for your daily operating expenses – inventory, rent, taxes, salaries and wages, advertising, utilities, etc. Read More
Financial bootstrapping is a term used to cover different methods for avoiding using the financial resources of external investors. Bootstrapping can be defined as “a collection of methods used to minimize the amount of outside debt and equity financing needed from banks and investors”. Read More
Business financing can be obtained at the right time. You cannot get it easily, but if you invest time and effort on it, you can have it on the right time. Read More

Is the Customer Always Right?

Is the Customer Always Right?  - http://jerrykennedy.com Avatar Posted by jkennedy under Customer Service
From http://jerrykennedy.com 3889 days ago
Made Hot by: ShawnHessinger on April 7, 2010 1:06 pm
Many salespeople and customer service reps operate under the illusion that customers are a pain to deal with. The real pain, though, is when there are NO customers. Read More

Find Your Tribe Leaders and Have a Pow-Wow

Find Your Tribe Leaders and Have a Pow-Wow  - http://flyingpigcommunications.com Avatar Posted by lkpetrolino under Public Relations
From http://flyingpigcommunications.com 3889 days ago
Made Hot by: 9devon9 on April 8, 2010 12:31 am
You could dive into the psychological reasons of why we have a natural tendency to follow 'tribe leaders', ( in all aspects of life) but that is less important to understand the the simple fact that we do! As a business owner, this knowledge can help simplify your communications efforts ten fold. If you can find the tribe leaders of your targeted market, and make them a fan of your product/servic Read More
Since coming to the throne in 1999, King Abdullah of Jordan regularly dresses up as a commoner to inspect his kingdom "incognito!" It gives him a highly-accurate perspective of what is going on around him. What can we as businesspeople learn from this unique approach? Lessons, tips and advice abound... Read More

Are your employees aware of your Social Media Policy?

Are your employees aware of your Social Media Policy? - http://bloggertone.com Avatar Posted by bloggertone under Social Media
From http://bloggertone.com 3890 days ago
Made Hot by: PeaceNLove on April 12, 2010 4:05 pm
I would like to use this blog post to open a discussion about how you ensure your employees are aware of your Social Media Policy. Read More
The survey included questions designed to help the researchers better understand respondents’ perceptions of and experiences with social media in support of their decision-making as CEO’s, Directors and Managers. This post summarizes the key elements of this survey and provides an insight into how extensive the role of social media networks have become in decision making especially Facebook, Twit Read More
As the world changes, so do the ways in which we should do business: it's a simple fact of life. One of the biggest opportunities for innovation-and necessitators of change-to hit the business community and society in general has been the internet; there are simply countless new ways to proceed that weren't available or viable before the advent of the web. Read More
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