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How consistent is your business?

Do you, as the business owner, deliver a different experience for your customers than your employees? Why is that? It can be a number of things such as experience, attitude, training, etc. One of the things that customers like from a business is consistency. Read More

Why you shouldn't worry about Google Author Rank ?

Why you shouldn't worry about Google Author Rank ? - http://emfastincome.com Avatar Posted by enstine under Online Marketing
From http://emfastincome.com 3318 days ago
Made Hot by: mikehartman1 on December 19, 2012 10:24 pm
Google Author Rank is around the corner. Many have become worried with this new change. Here are some top reasons why you shouldn't be. Read More
For self-employed people, the return on their financial assets tends to be a key additional source of current income (vs speculation or even retirement), particularly if they are bootstrapping their startups or expansions. As such, it is critical to ensure that these returns are maximized... Read More
The month between Thanksgiving and Christmas accounts for as much as 40 percent of annual sales for some retailers. Their challenge is to turn those holiday shoppers into loyal year-round customers. Read More

Social Media Scheduling: Creating Time For Your Business

Social Media Scheduling: Creating Time For Your Business - http://www.corpnet.com Avatar Posted by Sian Phillips under Social Media
From http://www.corpnet.com 3319 days ago
Made Hot by: MarketWiz on December 19, 2012 8:04 pm
A way around spending too much time on Social Media is to schedule your updates to get your message across at times you know your customers will be online and you will get better reach.

Here are some apps and ways to create more time for your business by spending less time on Social Media. Read More

Reader Question: Turning a Hobby into a Business

Reader Question: Turning a Hobby into a Business - http://freeagenteconomics.com Avatar Posted by jennybhatt under Startups
From http://freeagenteconomics.com 3319 days ago
Made Hot by: tallpoppy100K on December 23, 2012 5:55 am
Over the weekend, I received a question from a reader, Rachel, about turning her hobby into a business. We’ve traded a couple of emails and, with her permission, I am publishing a summary of our exchanges, with her initial email first. Read More
If you are going to raise money you need to understand valuation and to do that you need to understand an important little ratio- The Price Earnings Ratio! Read More

How To Stay Motivated When Starting a New Business

How To Stay Motivated When Starting a New Business - http://www.billionsuccess.com Avatar Posted by Herby under Startups
From http://www.billionsuccess.com 3320 days ago
Made Hot by: Sun Tzu Business Guide on December 23, 2012 8:05 pm
If you’ve ever tried to launch your own business, you know that the conceptual phase can be exhilarating. Some of us actually never get past this part, addicted to the rush of creating a business from scratch. Read More
Love it or Hate it, the Internet is here to stay (and you probably don’t question that fact since you’re reading this article online). With each moment, the Internet becomes deeper ingrained in both our personal and professional lives. Read More

New blog post? Now do these 3 things to get more readers

New blog post? Now do these 3 things to get more readers - http://famousinyourfield.com Avatar Posted by lorinashbyron under Online Marketing
From http://famousinyourfield.com 3323 days ago
Made Hot by: BIZantium on December 17, 2012 6:56 pm
You've just published a new blog post. Then, you've left your post languishing Home Alone-style on your website. Rather than hope for an Act of Google to magically draw a flood of readers, you need to push it into the world through marketing. Here are three ways to get more exposure for your blog. Read More
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