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10 Entrepreneurs Share Their Tips for Social Media Success

Social media goes hand in hand with entrepreneurism. It’s the best way to connect with customers from all over the globe, instantly. Being on social media is vital to growing your company. While being involved online is a good step, there are certain measures to take if you want to be a social media superstar. There is etiquette to be ...

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Increasing Efficiency While Motivating Your Employees

If you own or run a business, you might want to learn how to make your employees more efficient without having them lose moral. There are several different ways that employers are able to create efficiencies in the workplace, but most of them create a sense of animosity between management and employees. Here are a few ways to increase efficiency ...

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How the Client / Agency Relationship Should Look

Some companies buy into the myth that successful PR can happen by accident, by magic or inside a vacuum. I’m here to tell you just how untrue that myth is. As positioning agents, we want to make our clients’ stories the very best they can be. We want to have their brands heard and seen and used by as many ...

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Why Holacracy Will Fail, and What Employees Really Want

Management methods seem to come and go like the latest pop culture craze. Disciples line up behind their business messiah only to see the vision crash and burn. I can pretty much guarantee that Holacracy is going to be another flash-in-the-pan fad leadership style of the current Tech Boom 2.0. Holacracy is not necessarily a bad idea. It’s an interesting ...

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3 Companies Making Work Communication Easier

There are many communication challenges faced by small, medium and large companies alike. Whether they are dealing with remote teams, multiple work sites, tremendous growth, employees on the road, or even outsourced contractors – staying in touch, coordinated, and abreast of developments is daunting. These challenges explain why many companies are turning to cloud-based software solutions for their team and ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Predict the next Big Thing in Social Media

First we had MySpace. It was the one social media platform to rule all the rest. School kids found ways to get past their school’s security settings just to take a peek at their MySpace page. Then there was Facebook and still the Book holds supreme in the landscape of social media. Adding to the mix have been platforms such ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Explain How They Use Twitter for Business

Social Media is here and it is not going anywhere. Many brands focus on specific social media sites because of the type of updates they can make or the activity level of their target market. Twitter is no different and the microblogging site is used by entrepreneurs and business owners to promote brands, communicate with customers and to tell their ...

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New Methods for Customer Contact May Be Required to Engage Your Organization

Your employees working from home have the same questions and concerns as your employees who work at the office. There may be differences in the work they do and the amount of it that they produce, but both expect the same level of services. You can use a unified communications tool to support your employees on location, but there are ...

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Managers – Knock Your next Presentation out of the Park with the Public Speaking Tips

Delivering your ideas and plans can sometimes be frustrating. Experiencing any of the “common-colds” of public speech like sweaty palms and stuttering can only be addressed to one thing – a stage fright. Even though there’s no stage, it’s still hard to get over the initial frights and become a bona fide speaker. There are ways of getting over all of ...

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Pinpointing the Right Tone of Voice for Your Business

A business without a voice doesn’t stand a chance of remotely peeking out above the competition. A strong voice can put you as a leader in your industry, and the company that other businesses look towards to model their own business practices after. Distilled.net recommends a varied approach to developing your tone. The company values, personality, humor, storytelling and finally ...

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