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Simple Organizational Skills To Score New Clients

One of the main goals in practically every business is to gain new clients. New clients mean more money and growth for your business. Sometimes, however, potential clients can slip through the cracks, and your business loses the chance to close the sale with them. How does this happen, you ask? One way that your business could be losing potential ...

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28 Entrepreneurs Share How They Use Blogging for Business

The Blogosphere is here and it is not going anywhere. It’s not just for people talking about what they’re eating for lunch or their next celebrity crush. Blogging is big business for entrepreneurs and business owners. CEO Blog Nation recently launched a blogging community and we regularly blog for entrepreneurs and business owners and there are numerous reasons to blog. Rescue a ...

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Expanding Your Business? 3 Structural Points To Look At

If your business is experiencing rapid growth, you may have to consider expanding your current facility to accommodate more equipment, inventory or employees. The design of an addition must include basic features of the original structure in a way that functions efficiently as a whole. Errors in the design of these features can mean increased expense and additional construction in ...

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How to Build Employer Brand and Recruit Millennials

The days when entrepreneurs could rely only on corporate branding to build successful businesses are long gone. In the last few years, employer brand is becoming increasingly important for business people who want to go one step ahead of their competitors. It’s a relatively new phenomenon which represents a company’s reputation in a job market as an employer. But why ...

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4 Chef Tips for Choosing Food Truck Manufacturers to Start their Business

It is only natural for gifted, passionate professionals to want to branch out and start their own business. Many chefs may land their dream job in an amazing kitchen, but sooner than later the urge to be in business for themselves rings clear. More chefs are investing in food trucks, as the investment and risks are significantly lower. In fact, ...

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Affiliate Tracking System: The Perfect Way to Measure your Success

Affiliate marketing has gained momentum over the past few decades. Globally, a growing number of industries and businesses are making use of this technique to reach out to the market. As an affiliate you not only increase your revenue potential but also your networking and social skills. Once you develop your affiliate network you need to keep a track of ...

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An Inside Look At Our Web Design Marketing Funnel

No job can be as tough as the one of a salesperson; they have to call people who are not expecting their call and convince them to buy something they did not ask for. Cold calling is tough. Even if you are good at it, you have to look for other means to drive revenues, such as effective “online marketing”.  ...

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How to Deal with an Employee Death in the Company

People who work together at a company often know each other for years and have socialized together on a number of occasions. They often become like family, and when a death occurs, it can have a profound impact on the entire working environment. Business owners and individuals involved in human resource matters must provide the right leadership for these occasions ...

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How Companies Can Take Advantage of Data Cleansing

Nowadays, every business wants to cut its cost and expenses and adjust its spending habits.  And because of these reasons, many companies are lacking their interest in acquiring efficient software. If you are one of those few companies who indeed want to cut down their unnecessary expenses then it is important to consider data cleansing software as an investment rather ...

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Boost Trust and Boost Performance

NASA’s Mission Control has a well-earned reputation for developing high-performing teams that make solving the most difficult problems appear easy.  The “secret” behind their success is a very intentional focus on instilling high-trust behaviors that lead directly to highly-reliable decision-making.  The same behaviors can be learned by any management team, boosting trust across the team, and with it, team performance. ...

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