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Homeless Man Learns Coding, Launches App

Homeless Man Learns Coding, Launches App Avatar Posted by airabongco under Success Stories
From http://smallbiztrends.com 243 days ago
Made Hot by: LimeWood on December 22, 2013 12:13 pm
Here is a story on how a homeless man learns coding, made an app and created his own company. It is an inspiring story that reminds people that money is not really needed to make some money. All you need is the will. Read More

How to become a Google Plus rock star with Circle Shares

How to become a Google Plus rock star with Circle Shares Avatar Posted by amabaie under Social Media
From http://www.seo-writer.com 245 days ago
Made Hot by: LimeWood on December 19, 2013 10:45 pm
Circle sharing is taking over Google Plus like wildfire because people can quickly expand their network. Let me show you exactly what steps to take. Read More

Site Speed, Google's Next Ranking Factor

Site Speed, Google's Next Ranking Factor Avatar Posted by morecowbell under Online Marketing
From http://searchengineland.com 1736 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 20, 2009 12:49 am
Matt Cutts from Google said there is strong lobbying in Google to introduce a new ranking factor baed on how fast a site or page loads. Matt described this as one of his 'what to expect in 2010′ bullet points in his presentation in Las Vegas. Read More

16 Must-Try Marketing Techniques

16 Must-Try Marketing Techniques Avatar Posted by suzyQ under Marketing
From http://www.forbes.com 1772 days ago
Made Hot by: ThomasPickering on October 17, 2009 3:41 pm
When cash is tight, marketing budgets suffer. That's why Forbes canvassed the entrepreneurial, consulting and academic ranks for go-to marketing techniques that even small businesses can afford. Here are but a few, and the estimated costs of each. Read More
In the world of search engine optimization (SEO), there are 2 definitions for the sanctions that can be placed on your site by a search engine. The first is a penalty, and the second is a filter. Each one has different causes and remedies, but if you've dropped out of the first few pages of results then there are SEO issues that need to be addres Read More
Are you wasting time and money to perform useless SEO parlor tricks that have little-to-no effect on the bottom line. With the latest brouhaha over PageRank sculpting, the boondoggle nature of many techniques that pass for SEO has become clearer than ever. It's no wonder that many outside of the industry think SEO equals “voodoo” or “black Read More

How A Business Owner Can Sleep Like a Baby During Tough Times

How A Business Owner Can Sleep Like a Baby During Tough Times Avatar Posted by ZaneSafrit under Management
From http://www.openforum.com 1855 days ago
Made Hot by: q4sales on July 22, 2009 2:50 pm
This is a great list not only of tips to help handle the stress of business ownership, in this economy, but of prioritizing your day for maximum results. Read More

Is the Customer Always Right?

Is the Customer Always Right? Avatar Posted by ducttape under Marketing
From http://www.ducttapemarketing.com 1856 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 22, 2009 2:49 pm
Let me start by giving you some back story to this post. I read and pointed out on twitter an article from Fast Company - here's the tweet - @ducttape: Are You Building a Consumer-Facing Company? http://su.pr/2XxE7B the customer vs culture debate rages on. The gist of the article is that sometimes you have to bend to make sure the customer is ulti Read More
There's a cautionary tale for sales people and a recipe for turnaround success in the story of Descartes Systems Group (TSX: DSG). Descartes has gone: from (i) huge success to (ii) almost total failure to (iii) turnaround success (revenue is now up 50% from 4 years ago and profits are 10 fold higher). How did they do it? The answer is ... Read More
Starting in 2011, a family making $500,000 would have to pay $1,500 in additional income tax to help subsidize coverage for the uninsured. A family making $1 million would have to pay $9,000. Employers who do not provide health insurance to workers would generally have to pay a fee or penalty to the government. The fee would be equal to 8 perc Read More

Free, Fast & Easy: A new way to communicate benefits to employees

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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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