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Mobile Page Level Ads

Mobile Page Level Ads Avatar Posted by lyceum under Advertising
From 1 hour 47 minutes ago
I checked my earnings on the Google AdSense's section on the Blogger dashboard, and found out about the new advertising options (anchor / overlay and vignette formats) for mobile devices.

What do you think about these page-level ads for smartphones and tablets? Read More
Is it time for a town hall meeting inside the Beltway? Did you watch the town hall program with John Stossel and Gary Johnson & his running mate, William Weld? Read More

Pieces of Eight

Pieces of Eight Avatar Posted by lyceum under Social Media
From 1 hour 54 minutes ago
Have you heard the expression, "pieces of eight"? Here is an excerpt from The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation's site, ...

The crowdfunding campaign for my forthcoming first book on tea, has now reached 1/8 of the goal. From my update, Pieces of Eight: ...

I have now reached th Read More
I am interested to hear about your favorite beverage! Vote for coffee, tea, or water in the poll in the right column. Grab a mug or glass with your drink of choice, and please take a moment and fill out the podcast survey for EGO NetCast. Read More
In the last few years, small businesses have invested larger and larger portions of their revenue into marketing, a crucial, yet notoriously delicate part of any business’ growth and longevity. A successful marketing campaign can increase sales, raise your prestige, and allow you to compete with la Read More
My wife and I know a lot of dog people. We had a dog for 12 years. I like dogs. Dogs are friends of mine.
But I wouldn’t say I’m a dog person.
One day I was watching a dog person saying something about their pooch along the lines of “Oh, look at her sitting in the chair! She thinks she’s people! Read More
One of the most important attributes of successful small business owners is the ability to learn, and learn often.
That’s right, every day brings new advances in business technology, approaches for running your business, and new ways to market your products and services.
Sometimes it seems like t Read More
When you’re trying to navigate a twisting airport terminal at breakneck speed, suitcases tend to be a bit of a liability. The handles are never quite long enough, the wheels are always getting caught on something and they take away a free hand that could be better served holding a grande skinny lat Read More
Small businesses are breaking barriers and going international, a new study by foreign exchange company USForex has found.
The survey shows 58 percent of small businesses already have international customers, while 72 percent plan to grow their international customer base by 2017. About 96 percent Read More
At this year’s ExCom 2016 event, one of the most intriguing and thought-provoking sessions came from Esteban Kolsky, former Gartner analyst and one of the most respected thought leaders focusing on customer service. Kolsky, who also is the founder of ThinkJar Research, presented on why he feels the Read More

This Could Be One of the Most Underestimated Employee Benefits

What's more important than salaries at your small business? Small business owners and entrepreneurs sometimes believe they …

Robert Peters Brings Fresh Eyes to Business @FreshEyesConsul

When you can no longer see the forest for the trees, it may be time for a fresh perspective. That's where Robert Peters … More
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