Business Owners Share Tips on How to Keep Your Business From Becoming Stale

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. —- Becoming bored or sluggish in a task we once thought was wonderful is just another fact of life. It doesn’t matter if you consider your job more exciting than any other job, there ...

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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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'Shark Tank' Tips For Entrepreneurs to Wow Venture Capitalists

This guest post is courtesy of Richard Phillips —- ABC’s business-reality show, “Shark Tank,” puts up-and-coming business owners in front of titans of industry in an all-out investment-feeding frenzy. Startups pitch business plans to a panel of magnates hoping to lure these deep-pocketed judges to invest. The potential investors put business plans, histories and personalities under the microscope, using business ...

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How to Promote Company Culture Through Your Workspace

This guest post is courtesy of Kevin Kuske —- A company’s rich culture can often be hidden in a sad workspace. Sure, you may have a casual dress code and a spirited softball team, but no one will think much of it if you’re surrounded by plain, white walls on a daily basis. With the ongoing debate around remote workers, ...

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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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Small Business SEO Basics: Keywords, Relevancy and Quality Work, So Don’t be Cute!

This guest post is courtesy of Joshua Corbelli —- I talk with a great many small businesses who ask how they can build an online presence with SEO. I also hear from many, that their SEO efforts have underperformed or failed. More often than not, SEO didn’t fail them. Their egos did. See, most small and micro businesses don’t have ...

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The Power of Why: Breaking Out in a Competitive Marketplace

This guest post is courtesy of Richard Weylman, Weylman Consulting Group —- The power dynamic in business has shifted. Why? Because what you say about your business is vastly different than what your customers say about your business. The Power of Why shows readers how to learn and speak from the customer’s perspective to build a business of distinction. I ...

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On3shirt.com and Their New Campaign Launch

This guest post is courtesy of Joseph Passi —- In about 3 days we start our new campaign at On3Shirt.com. At On3shirt.com we do a new campaign every 1-2 months roughly. As such, it is extremely important to have a plan in place for launching your new campaign/product. Launching a new initiative is a constant learning curve. Nowadays, the evolution ...

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Entrepreneurs Share Tips on How Best to Assert Yourself in Business – 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. —- There’s a stereotype in the world of business about the businesspeople themselves. Either they need to be pure, outright sharks or sharks in the form of dolphins. The sharks go for the kill ...

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