The Social Web Isn't Just for the Young Anymore

The Social Web Isn't Just for the Young Anymore Avatar Posted by aliciatrinidad under Social Media
From http://gigaom.com 3191 days ago
Made Hot by: on August 26, 2009 2:53 pm
While social web content has been stereotyped as a teen fad, it looks like adults are crashing the young folks' party. More than four out of five U.S. adults (ages 18 and up) use social media at least once a month, according to a Forrester report released today. It seems visiting social networks, blogs and watching online video has become a part Read More

Avoiding social media mistakes

Avoiding social media mistakes Avatar Posted by ferdinandtan under Social Media
From http://www.heraldonline.com 3193 days ago
Made Hot by: ZaneSafrit on August 26, 2009 2:46 pm
The success stories usually go something like this: Company X starts using Twitter and watches sales spike because of the exposure. Company Y makes a Facebook page and grows its client list by 200 percent in six months. The benefits that social media can offer have businesses of all types jumping on board. But lost in the excitement are some com Read More

How Do I Raise $30,000 Without Credit, Banks, or Investors?

How Do I Raise $30,000 Without Credit, Banks, or Investors? Avatar Posted by JoshAK under Finance
From http://allbizanswers.com 3193 days ago
Made Hot by: tiroberts on August 26, 2009 2:46 pm
Are you looking to fund your start up without having to give your business away? Here's an interesting discussion on just that. Read More

A Manual for Tax Deductions and Bookkeeping

A Manual for Tax Deductions and Bookkeeping Avatar Posted by ZaneSafrit under Taxes
From http://smallbiztrends.com 3193 days ago
Made Hot by: on August 26, 2009 2:45 pm
Can you keep up with all the business deductions and the bookkeeping needed for them? No. few of us can. Here's your solution, maybe: Small Business Operator is a book now in its 32nd printing that can help you do just that. 32nd printing shows the book is a dependable resource for you to maximize your profits, minimize your tax expenses without Read More
Let's face it...together. Some days we're less motivated than others. That's ok. Here's 8 ways to make that drop in motivation short-lived. Read More
In this guest post on the Small Business CEO, Laura Pettit Rusick, of http://www.optsolutionsinc.com/ gives four challenges and their attendant solutions for helping small to medium-sized businesses to tackle the kinds of projects that can help them grow. If you are in charge of an SMB seeking to take on the larger projects needed to take your com Read More

How Social Media Is Changing The World

How Social Media Is Changing The World Avatar Posted by biancaaquino under Social Media
From http://www.socialmediaexplorer.com 3192 days ago
Made Hot by: on August 26, 2009 2:44 pm
Esra'a Al Shafei put it all in perspective Saturday. Speaking via Skype from her home in Bahrain, the founder and Executive Director of MideastYouth.com, showed the crowd gathered at Social South the true power of social media, the internet and the idea of freedom. Read More

Considering a Peer Advisory Board?

Considering a Peer Advisory Board? Avatar Posted by ZaneSafrit under Management
From http://zanesafrit.typepad.com 3192 days ago
Made Hot by: on August 26, 2009 2:43 pm
You should. A peer advisory board has been shown to generate superior results for its executive members and their companies. There's a model that can fit your schedule. Read More

How to read your customer's mind

How to read your customer's mind Avatar Posted by ShawnHessinger under Resources
From http://www.inc.com 3192 days ago
Made Hot by: on August 26, 2009 2:43 pm
If you're running a small business, you may have often wondered how to read your customer's mind. Now you can, thanks to this handy podcast from Inc.com. Rod Kurtz interviews Inc. Magazine senior editor Bobbie Gossage about online tools you can use to find out what people are saying about your business. The conversation ranges over a collection Read More

How To Create Loyalty In International Clients With Strong Listening Skills

How To Create Loyalty In International Clients With Strong Listening Skills Avatar Posted by CindyKing under Sales
From http://cindyking.biz 3198 days ago
Made Hot by: mssux on August 26, 2009 2:38 pm
Listening to your cross-cultural communication and maintaining a global vision of what is happening within an international business environment is the first step in developing strong international skills. What you do with what you learn through listening will help you create loyalty in international clients. Read More

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