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In the world of small business, we often get lots of advice. Most of these tips are fairly normal, such as what to do about taxes, how to advertise, and the best SEO practices. With the downturn of the economy, … Continue reading
Health Care professionals are sometimes reluctant to jump into the world of social media. Fear of transparency, HIPAA violations, or simply a lack of time causes many to completely ignore the valuable tools of blogging and social media. Paul Levy, … Continue reading
By Shirin McArthur Remember the last time you and your family tried to decide where to go out for dinner? Mom wanted sushi, Dad wanted steak, and the kids couldn’t decide whether to choose fast food or go straight for the … Continue reading
We all make excuses for not doing what we should. The ice cream was on sale. The floss tastes bad. The more expensive shoes fit better. Small business owners are not immune to excuses. However, some excuses can actually harm … Continue reading
In the past few decades, the word “outsource” has taken on epic connotations, from job loss to bad customer service. But there is an aspect to outsourcing that can actually be good for the economy. The word of the day … Continue reading
We know you’re busy, but we know that you’ve probably checked out some businesses like yours on the internet. If you haven’t, take another look at the successful ones. As you’re touring, pay special attention to the content you’re seeing … Continue reading
If you’ve ever been in a sales or marketing meeting, someone up the food chain from you has probably trotted out the old trope about the tennis shoes and the bear. It goes like this: Joe and Mike had been hiking … Continue reading
The term “blog” was coined in the late 1990s. Evolving from online diaries, the modern blog began as a place where people kept a day-to-day account of their personal lives. John and Mary Doe would proudly present the photos of … Continue reading
What’s keeping Business-to-Business (B2B) marketers up at night? Content- or lack thereof. A recent report by marketingprofs.com and the Content Marketing Institute- neatly summed up in this colorful infographic-shows that producing enough content in the first place is the single ranked as the single biggest concern for … Continue reading