5 Steps to Using Twitter as a Customer Service Tool

5 Steps to Using Twitter as a Customer Service Tool Avatar Posted by NetworkSolutions under Customer Service
From http://www.web.com 304 days ago
Made Hot by: bizyolk on June 22, 2013 6:00 am
If your small business is on Twitter to promote your product and services, why not take it to the next level and use Twitter as a customer service tool? Implementing a “customer service via Twitter” option can be one of the most effective ways of dealing with customer service issues.
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EntreLeadership Leads to Awesome

EntreLeadership Leads to Awesome Avatar Posted by RickCoplin under Strategy
From http://www.rickcoplin.com 304 days ago
Made Hot by: advertglobal on June 22, 2013 5:28 am
Are you a leader people willingly follow? Does your company embody a team-oriented culture where you work toward a common vision? Are you mentoring others? If that’s what you want in your company, EntreLeadership is for you. My experience at a recent EntreLeadership 1-Day Conference. Read More

My Hidden Tips To Increase Youtube Views and Traffic

My Hidden Tips To Increase Youtube Views and Traffic Avatar Posted by MasterIM under Marketing
From http://www.activemastermind.com 306 days ago
Made Hot by: bizyolk on June 22, 2013 5:05 am
How to increase YouTube Views and Traffic? You all know how powerful YouTube can be when we speak about traffic. It can deliver huge visitors back to your site. I will expose a few hot tips everyone can use to make the ranking process natural and safe enough to be under the radar, mantaining at th Read More

Why Marketing Automation Isn't Improving Your Marketing

Why Marketing Automation Isn't Improving Your Marketing Avatar Posted by KEXINO under Marketing
From http://kexino.com 305 days ago
Made Hot by: businessgross on June 22, 2013 4:26 am
There are many marketing automation products available to help reduce the inertia and increase productivity. But using them means one less excuse as to why your marketing’s not working. Read More

3 Secrets of Century-old Small Businesses

3 Secrets of Century-old Small Businesses Avatar Posted by OpenSourceMedia under Strategy
From http://www.smallbusinesscomputing.com 306 days ago
Made Hot by: businessluv on June 22, 2013 4:11 am
Harvard Business School's Clayton Christensen introduced the term "low-end disruption" to the business lexicon a few decades ago. He observed that innovative technologies often emerge at the low end of a market after established suppliers have fallen in love with their existing products. For instan Read More

Want More Loyal Customers? Just Smile!

Want More Loyal Customers? Just Smile! Avatar Posted by ivanpw under Products and Services
From http://www.onsmb.com 305 days ago
Made Hot by: fundpr on June 22, 2013 3:41 am
If you want more business, you should embrace customer loyalty and personalized service - and start smiling and greeting. Read More

Hashtags on Facebook: How To For Business Brands

Hashtags on Facebook: How To For Business Brands Avatar Posted by djthistle under Social Media
From http://www.steamfeed.com 304 days ago
Made Hot by: bizyolk on June 22, 2013 3:11 am
There has indeed been a lot of banter on the subject. Some have been in favor of them for a long time. But it is true, to date, many have thought of hashtags on Facebook annoying. Some have been loud in expressing they feel that hashtags on Facebook are like high heels on basketball players – mi Read More

Starting A Video Blog: Vimeo VS YouTube

Starting A Video Blog: Vimeo VS YouTube Avatar Posted by ledux under Online Marketing
From http://easym6.com 304 days ago
Made Hot by: advertglobal on June 22, 2013 2:36 am
You have your camera set up.

The content of the video is spinning in your head.

You start recording.

Cut.

You plugin your camera to your computer and upload the video.

You decide to edit the video a bit and now…

A question what video streaming site should you choose? Read More
Forget about the famous Item 19-the earnings claim in the Franchise Disclosure Document. It doesn't matter. I don't care about franchisee earnings and I'll show you why you shouldn't either. Read More
We’ve all heard the old joke “In a bacon-and-egg breakfast, the chicken is involved, but the pig is committed.” This quote epitomizes the true essence of commitment. We all know at least one self-professed entrepreneur who claims to committed, but seems to treat it like a part-time hobby, won’t put Read More

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