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2010 is supposed to be a big transition year for small business. Indicators show the economy is improving. More guaranteed loans are available for small Read More

How Are Companies Leveraging Social Media?

How Are Companies Leveraging Social Media?  - http://www.flowtown.com Avatar Posted by kaleidico under Online Marketing
From http://www.flowtown.com 4649 days ago
Made Hot by: HomeBusinessMedia on March 10, 2010 12:14 pm
Ever wonder how big businesses are leveraging social media? Burson-Martseller recently released a report highlighting the Fortune Global 100 companies and how they are using the newest tools of the web 2.0 world. Read More

SugarTone: Sweet Business Blogging Contest | Announcements

SugarTone: Sweet Business Blogging Contest | Announcements - http://bloggertone.com Avatar Posted by channelship under SugarTone
From http://bloggertone.com 4649 days ago
Made Hot by: wchingya on March 9, 2010 2:56 am
Bloggertone is teaming up with BizSugar to bring you the Sugartone Sweet Business Blogging Contest. This contest helps give your articles extra online visibility and rewards your social networking. The Sugartone Sweet Business Blogging Contest is an opportunity for you to win prizes to help you promote your business. Read More

3 Ways to Differentiate Yourself and Your Offering in Sales

3 Ways to Differentiate Yourself and Your Offering in Sales - http://thesalesblog.com Avatar Posted by iannarino under Sales
From http://thesalesblog.com 4650 days ago
Made Hot by: WayneLiew on March 9, 2010 7:16 am
Success in sales is dependent upon your ability to differentiate your product or service in a crowded field. More important still is your ability to differentiate yourself as a salesperson. Work on these three ideas to improve your ability to differentiate! Read More

10 Favorite Responses to the Dead End Prospect

10 Favorite Responses to the Dead End Prospect  - http://blog.sellingtoconsumers.com Avatar Posted by SkipAnderson under Sales
From http://blog.sellingtoconsumers.com 4650 days ago
Made Hot by: wendyweiss on March 10, 2010 12:17 am
My definition of a "dead end prospect" is a prospect with which you've completed your selling process, handled any objections, and, despite your best efforts at doing a bang up job selling, have reached a dead end, without any clear reason why the prospect isn't buying. The dead-ender almost always is a result of
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1) Momentum can cause friction. Don’t be moving so fast that you forget your community.
2) To build a big network, build many interconnected communities.
3) If you’re going to be disruptive aggressive and edgy you also have to be able to take what you dish-out; with a smile!
4) A social media listening strategy has to be applied on-going and consistently if you want to maximize ROI.
5) Google Read More

Stop Being the Idea Guy and Just Do It!

Stop Being the Idea Guy and Just Do It! - http://bettercloser.com Avatar Posted by billrice under Self-Development
From http://bettercloser.com 4652 days ago
Made Hot by: Cathode Ray Dude on March 7, 2010 9:17 pm
I can’t think of too many people I would less like to be around than the “idea guy” or the “I thought of that guy.” And two of my favorite blogs have called them out.

I have nothing to add. I’ll just point you to them... Read More

What Can You Do for Working Moms?

What Can You Do for Working Moms? - http://www.epowermark.com Avatar Posted by epower under Management
From http://www.epowermark.com 4653 days ago
Made Hot by: DebMark on March 7, 2010 7:01 am
Working moms are an often overlooked population when it comes to targeting your online marketing. Here is a post on what you can do for working moms with your online program.
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7 Advanced Habits of Highly Effective Speakers

7 Advanced Habits of Highly Effective Speakers - http://www.mpdailyfix.com Avatar Posted by WayneLiew under Self-Development
From http://www.mpdailyfix.com 4654 days ago
Made Hot by: HomeBusinessMedia on March 7, 2010 9:16 pm
Like it or not, marketing executives are expected to deliver great presentations. And while some marketing executives are competent public speakers, practicing the following advanced tips can take a communicator from “good to great”. Public speaking, like any other craft takes discipline, commitment and plenty of practice. Read More
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