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Hacking has become synonymous with today’s digital ecosystem, and whether it is the Democratic National Committee (DNC), the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) or JP Morgan, size, resources or capability are irrelevant if someone wants the information you have badly enough. The breach these organiza Read More
It’s generally assumed that millennials are seeking jobs in coastal cities — New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles.
But new data from Indeed.com shows that millennials looking to work for small businesses are actually narrowing their searches toward inland cities. Read More
An Air Force veteran who founded a medical logistics company in a cramped rental unit and a U.S. Navy veteran who seeks out contracts to benefit other servicemen and women are just two of this year’s Small Business Person of the Year winners as chosen by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Read More
These days, it seems like just about every offline business is working on creating some kind of online presence. But the biggest name in ecommerce is now trying to do the exact opposite.
Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), the ecommerce giant that originally gained notoriety from selling books online, is now br Read More
The cold winter months can lead to a lot of small business owners feeling particularly uninspired about their day-to-day operations.
But attending educational events can help entrepreneurs get out of those slumps and start feeling inspired again. There are plenty of great opportunities coming up w Read More
These images of “alpha” as a loud, physically powerful and usually male leader have been reinforced in magazines, television, books and social media and even celebrated in some parts of business. (Think about “Mad Men.”)
Just because this is the perception, does that make it a reality? Do you have Read More
For one week a month, jobs reports dominate the headlines.
Political sides argue the implications of the numbers. And everyone wants to know — who’s responsible?
You may never hear slow job growth numbers being blamed on unpaid invoices to small businesses, though. Read More
As business owners experiment more with live video, the choices in livestreaming tools are becoming increasingly diverse. For software and accessory makers, word of mouth and user acquisition are crucial to solidify top-of-mind status early on, before the market for SMB livestreaming tools reaches Read More
Did you know that 69 percent of U.S. entrepreneurs start their businesses at home? Or that the share of people doing some or all of their work at home grew from 19 percent in 2003 to 24 percent in 2015?
Combined, these trends have moved the home office from a nice to have to a must-have in a short Read More
If you are looking to promote your small business with a special event, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) events can be an easy, convenient and inexpensive way to connect to customers via social media.
The Facebook events page allows you to link in co-hosts to help you do that promoting, invite targeted guests Read More

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Shane Gibson @ShaneGibson Takes Social Marketing to a Global Audience

If you have any doubts about the power of social media as a global marketing tool, just talk to Shane Gibson. As … More
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