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Public Relations Tips for Any Business Part 1: Show Off Your Coverage!

Like most companies, you may have hired a PR pro or team to get you strategic exposure. Your agency is probably delivering great media hits (you hope). Then what? If you’re paying your PR agency for coverage and they get it for you, the work doesn’t end there. Not for you. Not for them. And certainly not for your social ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Share How They Use Social Media for Business

We live in the age of social media everything. New platforms appear overnight and take the world by storm. Business owners, no matter their field, are kept on their toes when it comes to keeping up with modern consumers. Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and a host of other apps are where businesses need to be if they are trying to ...

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6 Decisions You Will Have to Make in the First Few Years of Running a Startup

Getting a startup off the ground is a feat in and of itself. Despite all of the planning and preparation done in the beginning stages, additional decisions will have to be made further on down the line. Knowing what decisions need to be made and when they should be implemented can permanently alter the overall direction of the business. During ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Business Advice

No matter how you look at it, starting a business is hard. One of the hardest things you may ever have to do. There’s the business plan to think over, a name, government policies to consider, how it will affect your family, finances and the list rolls on from there. Some hardened entrepreneurs suggest spending a long time thinking about ...

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Avoid Lawsuits, Theft and Startup Oblivion by Considering 5 Types of Business Insurance

If you’ve recently opened a small business, it’s highly likely that you like business but love your field. And if you’re not a business guru, navigating the world of startups can seem overwhelming at times. It might be tempting to skimp on certain costs, but one aspect of the company that you’re not going to want to penny-pinch on is ...

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Why The “Yes Man” Culture Ends With Start Ups

A well-paying job is major for anyone’s livelihood. Unemployment and underemployment can be really difficult to deal with. Because most people don’t want to experience the woes associated with a lack of employment, it’s not uncommon to find employees who are totally okay with being “yes men”. A “yes man” is someone who literally answers in the affirmative to anything ...

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15 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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15 Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Business Advice

No matter how you look at it, starting a business is hard. One of the hardest things you may ever have to do. There’s the business plan to think over, a name, government policies to consider, how it will affect your family, finances and the list rolls on from there. Some hardened entrepreneurs suggest spending a long time thinking about ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Explain 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 their 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. ...

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5 Keys to Building a Successful Startup and What You Should Learn From the Experience

While a lot of startup companies are built around interesting concepts and products, their owners often fail to anticipate other critical business-related issues that must be addressed to ensure a startups sustained viability in the marketplace. Without careful consideration of these often overlooked issues, a company could be in serious trouble long before it even starts. The following are five ...

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