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Managing Your Online Brand in the World’s Best & Worst Marketplace By Jeff Beals “Had a very long day today.
Are you wondering how to get your updates into your fans Facebook news feeds?
Microsoft Excel is an incredibly powerful spreadsheet program that millions of people use.
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Demystifying Business Models For Fun and Profit: how to know whether your business will sink or swimLast week, Abby Kerr tweeted that, while she’s seen all manner of business blowhards (myself included) wax poetic about motivation, marketing, and productivity, she’s seen very little about actual business development: generating a business model and the like.
I’m sure you’ve heard the expression “bang for your buck”, and as moms and entrepreneurs paying for everything from groceries and car repairs to websites and production runs, we certainly want the most bang for our buck.
Anytime an online tool comes out with ways for small businesses to be more efficient and work smarter, this makes us at Tadah really, really happy. Facebook recently came out with a tool to allow Pages to load and schedule updates directly on your page.
Wouldn’t it be cool to know a bit more about that person you are exchanging emails with? What if you could see their latest tweets, find out where they are located and be able to click-through to their LinkedIn profile. Enter Rapportive
This is me running 16km and raising €2,549 for the Dutch Cancer Institute (NKI-AVL). The target was only €200. Social network fundraising works because of two reasons: (1) you are asking your own network, and (2) the fundraising is being done publicly.
Lately I have been asked a very common question.
How many websites or social media sites are you on each day that have photography that just doesn’t quite cut it?
Will Americans switch to your brand if you are associated with a good cause?
Is there anything more annoying than hearing “Are we almost there yet?” from the back seat, minutes after you’ve pulled out into traffic, and hours before you’re going to arrive at your destination? The process of establishing a recognizable brand for your business can be every bit as annoying.
When I was a little girl, I loved to write.
F act: Most first time visitors won’t buy something from your online store. They’ll browse, get to know your store and hopefully bookmark you. But if they don’t come back there’s nothing you can do, right?
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