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Nielsen and Facebook recently joined forces to develop ad effectiveness solutions to determine consumer attitudes, brand perception and purchase intent from social media advertising. Perhaps unsurprisingly, immediately after the two companies announced their strategic love affair, Nielsen started publishing glowing reports about Facebook and how much time people are spending on social networks.
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Most successful small businesses are successful because they develop smart strategy and execute on that strategy. Yet many small business owners often confuse decisions and strategy. Read More
Since a company grows in value as it progresses, the founders can minimize their dilution by raising only as much money as necessary at each stage of growth. Ideally, you would raise money just as you need it, but that would require constant fund raising and preoccupy management with selling stock as opposed to building and selling product. Read More
Although it is quite vague at the start, there are still a lot of benefits that you could look up to. Eventually you will be able to start appreciating the game of doing business online. Read More

Marketing With A Simple Look In The Eye

Marketing With A Simple Look In The Eye  - http://bloggertone.com Avatar Posted by bloggertone under Customer Service
From http://bloggertone.com 3568 days ago
Made Hot by: Elliott5235 on April 26, 2010 3:18 pm
Marketing is all about connecting. The more we can connect with others, the more we can help them meet their needs and achieve their goals. The more we do that, the better marketers we become. Read More

Learn More About The SmallBiz Social Media Summit June 4-6

Learn More About The SmallBiz Social Media Summit June 4-6 - http://www.bizsugar.com Avatar Posted by ShawnHessinger under News
From http://www.bizsugar.com 3569 days ago
Made Hot by: saraib820 on April 26, 2010 11:32 am
BizSugar is a proud sponsor of the SmallBiz Social Media Summit to be held in Hutchinson, Kansas June 4-6. Learn more about using social media to promote your small business and bring you more of the customers you want. Please read this post on the event with links to further information and a special opportunity for the BizSugar community. Read More

Figuring Out What Your Visitors Want

Figuring Out What Your Visitors Want  - http://blog.revahealth.com Avatar Posted by philipboyle under Startups
From http://blog.revahealth.com 3569 days ago
Made Hot by: Elliott5235 on April 26, 2010 3:19 pm
We recently ran a test that improved our email enquiry conversion rate by 25%, but we decided not to make the change permanent because it came at too great a cost. Find out why here. Read More

6.8% Of All Business Internet Traffic Goes To Facebook

6.8% Of All Business Internet Traffic Goes To Facebook  - http://omgzam.com Avatar Posted by omgzam under Social Media
From http://omgzam.com 3569 days ago
Made Hot by: BusyWoman on April 26, 2010 11:32 am
An interesting report, conducted by the Network Box, has revealed some interesting stats about our beloved Internet. It was concluded that more business traffic goes to Facebook than to any other Internet site. Analysis of 13 billion URLs used by businesses in the first quarter of 2010 show that 6.8% of all business Internet traffic goes to Facebook; an increase of 1% since the last quarter of 20 Read More

Do you know what business you are in? Really?

Do you know what business you are in? Really? - http://theloftgroup.com.au Avatar Posted by BambiGordon under Management
From http://theloftgroup.com.au 3569 days ago
Made Hot by: jnelson on April 26, 2010 11:32 am
Is the biggest challenge for business staffing, or cash flow, or finding customers? Or is the biggest challenge for business not actually understanding what business they are in, in the first place? 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 3569 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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