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To Hire or Not to Hire – Should You Bring a Branding Professional Aboard?

In certain areas of business it is hard to figure out whether it needs the touch of a professional or not. Professionals can cost money and with most startups the key to success is not getting yourself in deep financial straits right off the bat. Then again, there are some areas where a professional is almost always needed. So how ...

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Tips on Getting a Hand from Customers to Promote Your Brand

Would you like to provide an answer to our weekly questions? Sign up for our newsletter to get the questions delivered each week to your inbox. —- It can be argued that customers are the most important part of any business. Without customers, there is no business. You could have the most amazing product ever created with the finest business ...

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Business Disaster Planning Checklist

Planning Before a Hurricane or Other Disaster Arrives is Key to Business Survival. These guidelines help businesses develop a strategy to minimize damage, lost time and money.   Develop a business continuity / disaster recovery plan. – Establish a disaster-recovery team of employees who know your business best, and assign responsibilities for specific tasks. – Identify your risks (kinds of ...

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Business Owners Give Guidance on Where to Find a Website Designer – Part 2

Would you like to provide an answer to our weekly questions? Sign up for our newsletter to get the questions delivered each week to your inbox. —- In the world of online everything, a business website is one of the most important parts of your business, if not the most important part. Clients go to your website for information, to ...

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Tips on Using Instagram for Business

Would you like to provide an answer to our weekly questions? Sign up for our newsletter to get the questions delivered each week to your inbox. —- Social media sites are integrated into almost all aspects of the internet now. You can log onto sites using your Facebook information or wrap yourself up in various circles on Google+. But there ...

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How Does One Start a Career Out of The Living Room?

This guest post is courtesy of Katie Garrity —- While Yahoo recently banned telecommuting, the number of workers doing their jobs from home one day a week or more is rising rapidly. In Washington, D.C. alone, telecommuting went up 95 over last year, resulting in 390,000 fewer car trips for the crowded metro region. Workers may telecommute regularly, occasionally or ...

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Does Your Small Business Need to Consider Environmental Liability Insurance?

This guest post is courtesy of David Hing —- As a species we are becoming increasingly aware of the dramatic impact that we are having on our environment around us. You don’t need to come down on one side or the other of the global warming debate to acknowledge that since the industrial revolution, mankind has been burning, farming, manufacturing ...

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5 Ways Text-Message Marketing Will Grow Your Business

This guest post is courtesy of Julia Gifford —- “On average people look at their phones 150 times per day” Anyone in the realm of entrepreneurship will recognize the industry buzzwords; social media marketing, content is king, digital marketing. Ask a modern marketer where SMS (text message) marketing falls on their priority list, and chances are – it’s pretty close ...

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Differentiate Your Company in a Modern World – With Old Fashioned Manners

This guest post is courtesy of Michael J. Kelly —- Chances are your business has at least a few competitors. Since On Call International has been in business, I’ve asked myself—what do customers really want? And how can we stand out from the crowd?  After 17+ years of leadership in the travel assistance business, I’ve actually found that it’s not ...

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Cyber Libel: What Employers Can do in the Age of Social Media

This guest post is courtesy of Terri R. Stewart and Joseph L. WilsonFisher & Phillips LLP —- With social media sites at virtually every employee’s fingertips, libel via the internet is becoming much more prevalent. Employees now have the opportunity to log on to their favorite social media site and vent about their co-workers, supervisors, and employers. Indeed, social media ...

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