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[ 0 ] Aug. 4, 2014

Steamlining Social Media Efforts

By Kelly Meeneghan Peters Manager, 1&1 Internet, Inc. www.1and1.com Communication is key when interacting with your customers. Today many businesses have adapted to the new generation of online interaction through social media by creating Facebook and Twitter accounts specifically to reach their target audience. However, many small businesses fail to see the benefits of investing […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 4, 2014

Your Employees and the Theory of 21

Using the Theory of 21 to identify your employees. By Chuck Reaves “For every person who will say yes, there are twenty who will say no. For a positive response you must find the twenty-first person.” – The Theory of 21 The CEO of an electronics company had an idea. He was a solid business […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 28, 2014

Convert Your Business To A Franchise

Have you considered converting your existing business to a franchise? A pro offers insight. By Brandon Moxam, U.S. Lawns More and more business owners are realizing their dreams of expanding their business and growing their revenues through franchising. Franchising—an arrangement where one party grants another party the right to use its trademark or trade name […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 28, 2014

Five Public Speaking Tips

Boost your brand behind the microphone. Five public speaking fundamentals for business owners. By Scott Topper As he approached the podium, Taylor could feel his face begin to redden and the perspiration building on his palms. He mentally recited his opening line with each step to center-stage, hoping above all else that he did not […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 28, 2014

Workplace Rights and Discrimination Laws

All employers should be concerned about the rights of employees: where do rights start and how far do they go? The experts address pre-and-post employment concerns. By J. Tom Harrington, Principal and R. Scott Oswald, Managing Principal The Employment Law Group, PC (http://www.employmentlawgroup.com/) Most workers know that they have rights that entitle them to be […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 21, 2014

The Real Impact of Leadership

Leadership lessons from a pro who knows. What is the impact of leadership on your small business? By Alesia Latson William James, the famed American philosopher and psychologist, once said, “When two people meet there are really six people present. There is each person as they see themselves, each person as the other person sees […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 21, 2014

Popular WordPress Driving Online Solutions

WordPress popularity is now driving online solutions. By Kelly Meeneghan, Manager 1&1 Internet, Inc. (www.1and1.com) According to comScore, Americans are spending twice as much time using digital media than they did three years ago yet a significant amount of SMBs have still ignore this progression. However, Web hosts have found ways to make getting online […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 21, 2014

Is Email Marketing Relevant?

To email or not to email? Is email marketing relevant to your businesses’ bottom line? By Dr. R. Kay Green Engagement is the name of the game in the new millennium. It is all about networking and building relationships with your consumers with some form of continual contact. One of the best means of communication […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 14, 2014

BYOD and Your Business

Burned by BYOD? Here’s How to Get It Right By Sarah Lahav CEO of SysAid Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) has become a divisive issue in IT because many companies have had rough experiences with implementation. My goal here is to explain what usually goes wrong, and set out steps that will help you get it right. In […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 14, 2014

Safety Improvements

You can prevent small business failure through safety improvements. By Russell Hoppe As employers, we are responsible for the safety and security of our employees. We are expected to keep a safe and healthy workplace as defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This includes “abiding by standards; providing training, outreach and education; […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 14, 2014

Social Media Etiquette

What You Need to Know About Social Media Etiquette By Margaret Page Like children with a shiny new toy, adults introduced to social media jumped in and started playing: posting personal photos to Facebook, accepting requests for “friendship” from long-lost high school pals, and checking into everywhere from the coffee shop to their favorite local […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 7, 2014

Should You Consider Cloud Computing?

By Matt Smith The unique nature of every business can make it difficult to determine the best time for change or even if that shift is necessary. A good deal of information has been put out about cloud computing and many businesses have made the transition to the cloud model but do you know if […]

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