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[ 1 ] Mar. 9, 2015

Grow Business & Your Customer Base

Want to grow your customer base? When time saved equals customers gained.  By John Oechsle President/CEO of Swiftpage One of the universal truths of business ownership is that—no matter what your product or service is—you’re going to have to find someone to purchase your wares eventually. For most of us, that means owning a healthy […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 9, 2015

Outsourcing and Your Startup

What Every Startup Needs to Know About Outsourcing By Gene Zaino President and CEO, MBO Partners Today, one person with an idea and determination to bring it to life can put in the sweat equity to launch a business. As your business grows, you will eventually need more resources and people to keep moving forward. […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 2, 2015

3 Tips For Retirement Planning

Retirement planning is key to the good life.  Nationally Recognized Retirement Expert Offers 3 Simple Retirement Planning Tips Imagine a bright, golden vista filled with soothing, warm sunshine – perhaps it is California’s Highway 29. You’re driving this scenic route after crossing the Golden Gate Bridge on a Tuesday during working hours. That’s right, you’re […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 2, 2015

How To Select A Phone System

Skimp or Spend? A Guide to Selecting a Small Business Phone System By Graham Williams Vice President Business Phones,  Vtech On their way to becoming bigger businesses, small businesses have to allocate all their resources, both financial and human, judiciously. But this impulse to keep a sharp eye on the bottom line shouldn’t lead to […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 2, 2015

Successful Networking In Creative Fields

Tips for Successful Networking in Creative Industries By Pierre Drescher Founder, The Creative Loft “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” How many of us have heard this, over and over again? When it comes to finding a job in today’s saturated market, these words could not ring with more truth. With countless candidates […]

[ 0 ] Feb. 23, 2015

Slow Down and Enjoy The Ride

How to Slow Down Your Life and Enjoy the Ride – Right Now 4 Considerations To Help You Embrace The Moment, From Speaker Hall Of Fame Member It’s finally Friday night, the beginning of a weekend of freedom, which also happens to include your birthday. Your family, friends and spouse all have celebratory plans for you. […]

[ 0 ] Feb. 23, 2015

Three Ways To Build Customer Loyalty

By Dave Thompson Customer loyalty is arguably the most important factor in business today. Not only will customer loyalty bring repeat business, but it will also translate to more opportunities via word of mouth as well as brand mulligans for those little hiccups that occur every now and again. Here are three tips that we’ve […]

[ 0 ] Feb. 23, 2015

Three Financial Mistakes You Must Avoid

3 Financial Mistakes That Can Haunt Your Family After Your Life Is Over Careful Planning Can Help You Avoid Pitfalls, Says Finance Professional Who Advises Retirees The impact of financial decisions people make today can carry on even after they die, and not always in a good way. Sound financial planning is key. Failing to make the […]

[ 0 ] Feb. 16, 2015

The Social Media Cocktail Party

Afraid To Admit That You Don’t Understand Social Media? View Those Sites As A Cocktail Party Where The Rules of Networking Etiquette Apply By Marsha Friedman I talk to a lot of business owners and authors who don’t “get” social media. A year or two ago when I’d speak with them, most were quick to […]

[ 0 ] Feb. 16, 2015

Small Business 2015 Forecast

Jake Gasaway, co-founder of Stitch Labs (www.stitchlabs.com) – an industry leader in inventory and multichannel selling, thinks 2015 is going to be a stupendous year for small business, with heavy advancements in payment and RFID technology. “Payments are driving competition, which drives innovation. It used to be that people were afraid of bar code scanners, […]

[ 0 ] Feb. 16, 2015

Become A Visionary To Your Team

How To Get Your Team Behind You and Become a Visionary By Matthew Pollard Becoming a true visionary doesn’t happen overnight. It takes some discipline, some skill, and a lot of hard work. I’ve dedicated the last decade to becoming known for building successful businesses and achieving rapid growth, but I had humble beginnings. Here […]

[ 0 ] Feb. 9, 2015

Big Data Could Damage Your Business

Six Ways Big Data Could Damage Your Business—and What to Do About It By Owen Shapiro As every marketer knows, the era of Big Data is here, and with it comes a huge smorgasbord of opportunities to connect with customers in amazing new ways. Vast quantities of customer information are now flowing into businesses from […]

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