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Boise, Idaho: New Capitol of Online Small Business

Boise, Idaho: New Capitol of Online Small Business - http://googlesmb.blogspot.com Avatar Posted by ShawnHessinger under Online Marketing
From http://googlesmb.blogspot.com 4555 days ago
Made Hot by: steeldawn on August 11, 2010 2:17 pm
Could Boise, Idaho, be the new hot bed of small business growth in the U.S. Why not your home town no matter how large or small? Search giant Google claimed in an early post of its new small business blog that an estimated $72 million had been generated by business in Idaho using its online advertising tools and sited other recent reports on the growth of small business in Boise as the reason for a recent visit. How are you using the tools of the Internet to leverage your small business in your own home town? We would love to hear your story. Please leave it in the comment section below. Read More
Have you ever wondered how social networking ads would look like back in the 1960s? Fret not, Brazilian ad agency Moma Propaganda has created an awesome ad series based on how they would like in that era as part of their “Everything Ages Fast” campaign for Maximidia Seminars. The series comprises of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Skype. Read More
Most folks obviously can’t be bothered on Facebook, where supposedly we’re “friends” to take a minute to even include my name or even a perfunctory pleasantry. Why should I go? When I make recommendations to friends, “in real life,” I generally try to tell them why. If Facebook and these tools are an extension of that real life, why shouldn’t it be the same? Read More

Don’t Confuse Business Motion With Momentum

Don’t Confuse Business Motion With Momentum - http://blog.startupprofessionals.com Avatar Posted by martinzwilling under Startups
From http://blog.startupprofessionals.com 4559 days ago
Made Hot by: HeatherStone on August 6, 2010 8:11 am
Too many entrepreneurs confuse motion with momentum. We all know someone who repeatedly tells us how “busy” they are, when it’s hard to see what they get done. Momentum is moving things forward (mass x velocity). Founders or employees in constant motion, but with no momentum, will kill any startup Read More

Learn to Survive Setbacks - Business Owner Mistakes

Learn to Survive Setbacks - Business Owner Mistakes - http://www.entrepreneur.com Avatar Posted by ruth under Startups
From http://www.entrepreneur.com 4566 days ago
Made Hot by: HomeBusinessMedia on August 2, 2010 6:34 pm
Not all start-up businesses can succeed without taking a fall at some point. The article points out which mistakes entrprenuers commonly commit and how to bounce back from those mistakes Read More
So here’s the deal. The creative did capture attention. But there’s been a lot of debate on whether it has been successful. Some reports say a 7% drop, others say a 107% increase. There are various other bits I’ve seen all over the web, with everyone getting up some post on how brilliant or flawed the engagement was, or whatever one of thousands dissected viewpoints to get a few more eyeballs to their blog.

Here’s the reality. They’re almost all full of it. Read More

4 Reasons Your Home Business Needs a Private Mailbox

4 Reasons Your Home Business Needs a Private Mailbox  - http://www.studiokraft.com Avatar Posted by JanetG under Strategy
From http://www.studiokraft.com 4572 days ago
Made Hot by: jsternal on July 23, 2010 11:18 am
Many small businesses start out being run from home. It's cheaper and smarter than investing in a pricey office, before your business gets off the ground. Also, if you're delivering a service, it may not be necessary to have an office or other facility.

This post outlines 4 (actually 5) reasons that you need a private mailbox service, such as provided by the UPS Store. For security reasons .. Read More
Ten years ago, Jay Shafer downsized to an 89-square-foot house and reinvented both his lifestyle and career in the process. He's also made a business designing + building little places for others, by teaching others through living that way himself Read More
People ask me what my Twitter strategy is quite a bit. To my knowledge, I’ve never really divulged the details of what it is in writing, until now Read More
How can something tiny make big business? Just ask Tumbleweed Tiny House Company's Jay Shafer - he can teach you how to build a small home for $20,000 - and make a big business doing so Read More
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