Actually, The Customer Isn’t Always Right

Actually, The Customer Isn’t Always Right Avatar Posted by corpcentre under Customer Service
From 18 days ago
Made Hot by: centrifugePR on November 14, 2015 7:53 pm
“The customer is always right” is a kernel of received wisdom that has stood the test of time—and will likely remain with us for many years to come. Of course, customer service is essential to the success and viability of any service-oriented enterprise, and no manager who fails to prioritize this Read More

26 Online Marketing Blunders That Can Destroy Your Business

26 Online Marketing Blunders That Can Destroy Your Business Avatar Posted by Xen under Online Marketing
From 17 days ago
Made Hot by: ObjectOriented on November 17, 2015 10:59 am
Most newbies in online businesses will make some mistakes. However, time should always be set aside to remedy these blunders. If you’ve been in the industry for some time and still have no idea that you’re doing things the wrong way, you may be causing some marketing disasters for your business. Read More

The Clip-on Man Bun: Does Your Product Demand Attention?

The Clip-on Man Bun: Does Your Product Demand Attention? Avatar Posted by lyceum under Marketing
From 17 days ago
Made Hot by: NolanGreen on November 16, 2015 10:40 am
In his book “Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable,” bestselling author Seth Godin advises companies to come up with remarkable products and target people who are more likely to spread word of mouth.
One company that appears to have taken his advice seriously is Groupon. The eCom Read More
Starting an entrepreneurial business, or maintaining the competitiveness of a mature business, requires innovation. Yet everyone I know seems to have a different perspective on what constitutes real innovation, and why is seems to happen so rarely. Another challenge is to debunk some of the common Read More
Long is good for search engines but readers rarely get past 200 words. The often conflicting story of how long your content should be is confusing. So what do you really need to consider? Read More
People think that a successful person has to possess a certain set of traits. Extraversion is one of these needed traits. But it seems that this is not really needed. Take James Altucher's story for example. Read More
Want to kick your procrastination habit once and for all? Learn 3 psychological reasons we procrastinate, plus 6 simple-to-implement, research-proven ways to boost willpower to become an even better leader. Read More
Andy MacMillan, CEO of marketing automation service Act-On Software, discusses why adoption rates are so low today, why he feels adoption rates are on the cusp of exploding, and the role MA is playing in sales and customer retention. Read More

What Is Your Likability Factor?

What Is Your Likability Factor? Avatar Posted by tuckerleroy under Management
From 12 days ago
Made Hot by: luvhealthcare on November 21, 2015 5:04 am
Likability is a powerful, intangible super power to have in our professional toolbox. In observing how people approach networking for many years, it is clear how powerful the likability factor is to open conversations, doors and new relationships. So your likability factor is the front door that he Read More
Which type of social media manager are you? The SEO-minded, the advertiser or the social butterfly?

Take a look at this infographic that illustrates the 7 different types of social media managers seen in the industry, and compare your strengths and weaknesses to the other manager types or use th Read More

5 Things Your Latino Employees Wish You Understood

Latino employees are the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. workforce – in fact, by some estimates one in three working …

Michele Welch: BizSugar "Contributor of the Week"

Woo-hoo! It's that time again. So, please put your hands together (or better yet, give us a nice tweet, Facebook … More
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