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Is Forced Time Off Fair?

Is Forced Time Off Fair? - http://blogs.harvardbusiness.org Avatar Posted by stillwagon428 under Management
From http://blogs.harvardbusiness.org 4207 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 18, 2009 8:05 pm
One of the common approaches to dealing with this recession is for companies to ask — well, tell — employees to take time off without pay, a day every week or two. This 10 or 20% haircut is supposed to indicate that "we're all in this together," and that it's better for everyone to suffer a little than to lay some people off. While I have some Read More

Obama And Small Business; Does The President Get It?

Obama And Small Business; Does The President Get It? - http://www.thefranchisekingblog.com Avatar Posted by franpro under News
From http://www.thefranchisekingblog.com 4207 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 20, 2009 3:27 pm
President Obama is injecting some $$ into small biz. Will this work?? Does he get it? I hope so. Read More

Top 10 Conference Networking Tips

Top 10 Conference Networking Tips - http://entrepreneurs.about.com Avatar Posted by stillwagon428 under Self-Development
From http://entrepreneurs.about.com 4207 days ago
Made Hot by: readwacker on March 18, 2009 7:04 pm
One of the main reasons that people site for attending a conference is the networking opportunities. Yet they often leave the event feeling they made few or no connections. Here are 10 Tips to help you get the most out of connecting with others at a conference. Read More

Is Facebook Turning Us Into Digital Sharecroppers?

Is Facebook Turning Us Into Digital Sharecroppers? - http://smallbiztrends.com Avatar Posted by stillwagon428 under Technology
From http://smallbiztrends.com 4207 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 18, 2009 12:30 pm
Author Nicholas Carr coined the phrase digital sharecroppers to describe those of us who create content on Web 2.0 sites. He says we are like sharecroppers after the Civil War — tilling land that we don't own, barely eking out a living, while someone else who owns the land, benefits. Read More

Three Misconceptions About Why Customers Buy

Three Misconceptions About Why Customers Buy - http://blog.sellingtoconsumers.com Avatar Posted by SkipAnderson under Sales
From http://blog.sellingtoconsumers.com 4207 days ago
Made Hot by: firstborder on March 18, 2009 7:09 pm
Are you barking up the wrong tree because of these misconceptions about why customers buy? Read More
When it comes to redesigning a Web site, the most common mistake businesses make is starting out without a clear set of goals, says Marc S. Levitt, principal and creative director at MSLK Inc. (www.mslk.com). Most sites are rebranded for purely cosmetic reasons, overlooking the more crucial content, navigational, and marketing challenges that lie Read More

The ONE Thing You're Not Doing to Increase Online Sales

The ONE Thing You're Not Doing to Increase Online Sales - http://terraandersen.com Avatar Posted by digitalsmash under Marketing
From http://terraandersen.com 4215 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 9, 2009 10:39 pm
The ONE thing that many Internet Retailers and Marketers are Forgetting About that can Cost You BIG BUCKS. What Is It? Read More

Five Marketing Mistakes to Avoid

Five Marketing Mistakes to Avoid - http://www.problogger.net Avatar Posted by rupalik under Marketing
From http://www.problogger.net 4215 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 10, 2009 12:39 am
Why are there so many unsuccessful websites when others continue to flourish? Much of the reason has to do with poor marketing. This article explains five of the most popular marketing mistakes made by new website owners trying promote themselves. Read More

Follow up — Before you Start

Follow up — Before you Start - http://www.salesbloggers.com Avatar Posted by SellBetter under Sales
From http://www.salesbloggers.com 4215 days ago
Made Hot by: ianbrodie on March 12, 2009 11:11 am
You need to follow up with more than just your clients or prospects, it all starts above the pipe. Read More
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