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Find out how to indirectly promote your Facebook fan page from your personal account, without annoying your friends and inner circles for extra visibility Read More

The beauty of choice

The beauty of choice  - http://blog.myprojecttracker.com Avatar Posted by Barneyausten under Management
From http://blog.myprojecttracker.com 3627 days ago
Made Hot by: Cathode Ray Dude on May 6, 2010 2:00 am
Often we can go a direct path to a goal or objective thinking we are doing the right thing. Sometimes it's better to sit back and look at alternatives first. Look at the choices - direct is not always best Read More

Is your Idea based on something original?

Is your Idea based on something original?  - http://bloggertone.com Avatar Posted by bloggertone under Self-Development
From http://bloggertone.com 3627 days ago
Made Hot by: billrice on May 5, 2010 4:48 pm
We probably mostly agree that experience is based on the past, therefore when someone comes up with a new idea, if you strip it down, it will be based tightly or loosely on something already created Read More
Social media marketing strategy is easy to understand when explained by Jay Baer of Convince And Convert Read More
Marketing in all its forms is an essential part of small business growth. Here are three tips from award-winning small business owners, who explain how they have improved their marketing efforts by better listening to their customers and critics while leveraging online tools to grow new markets on a tight budget Read More
While browsing my morning blog feeds I ran into an interesting post on TechCrunch titled Hi, Seattle. Published on May 3rd, TechCrunch’s founder and creator Mike Arrington discusses his latest news – he’s moving out of Silicon Valley to Seattle, WA Read More

Tough Love: Three Lies Salespeople Tell Themselves

Tough Love: Three Lies Salespeople Tell Themselves - http://thesalesblog.com Avatar Posted by iannarino under Sales
From http://thesalesblog.com 3631 days ago
Made Hot by: kimmendrez on May 5, 2010 6:33 am
Each of us has the ability to rationalize their lack of performance, and it is easy to fall into the trap of telling ourselves lies when our performance isn’t what we want it to be. We behave in a way that is consistent with what we believe—even when these beliefs aren’t based on the truth. Improved performance means recognizing when we are lying to ourselves, and then adopting more powerful beliefs Read More
There is nothing that has the potential to help you generate greater sales results than developing your personal effectiveness. There is no technology that better enables you to produce greater results than the alarm clock—and the commitment to rise earlier and to take action improving yourself and your results Read More

What a Difference The Right Person Makes!

What a Difference The Right Person Makes!  - http://blog.sellingtoconsumers.com Avatar Posted by SkipAnderson under Sales
From http://blog.sellingtoconsumers.com 3633 days ago
Made Hot by: jkennedy on May 5, 2010 6:40 am
This post is about selling, customer service, managing, and relationships. and virtually all relationships.

I regularly visit two dry cleaners.

Dry cleaner #1: The front desk person always has a smile on her face, calls me by name, acts excited to see me, and we chat it up for a couple minutes every time I'm there.

Dry cleaner #2: The front desk person doesn't Read More

Your Best Sale Ever!The Pipeline

Your Best Sale Ever!The Pipeline   - http://www.sellbetter.ca Avatar Posted by SellBetter under Sales
From http://www.sellbetter.ca 3635 days ago
Made Hot by: jkennedy on May 5, 2010 6:39 am
There is the old saying that when going gets tough, the tough get going, well that applies in sales too. Anyone can take an order, it takes guts, strategy and the ability to execute to overcome chal Read More
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