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[ 0 ] Dec. 8, 2014

Choosing An Electronic Payment System

How do you choose the right electronic payment system for your small business? An expert has some insight on how your electronic payment system can offer big growth potential for your business.  By Pat Moran More than 8 million small businesses in the United States accept electronic payments using credit, prepaid and debit cards. In […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 1, 2014

Holiday Season Sales Tips for SMBs

By Kelly Meeneghan Peters Manager 1&1 Internet (www.1and1.com) It’s Not Too Late: Tips for SMBs this Holiday Season Whether prepared or not, the holiday season is officially upon us and as wish lists get finalized, businesses should be ready for the surge of business. The strong emphasis on shopping this time of year allows small […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 1, 2014

Your Ego Could Be Your Worst Enemy

How to Live Like Your Ego Is Not Your Amigo Certified Life Coach Explains How to Circumnavigate Your Own Worst Enemy: Your Ego Human beings are capable of a rich inner life that, sadly, seems to elude so many, says dating and life coach Deborah Downey. “I doubt that most of us fully realize just […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 1, 2014

What Is Your Top Resolution for 2015?

Ready for 2015? What is the most important resolution you can make for the New Year? Here are 5 New Year’s Resolutions to consider now for your small business. By Kathleen Finato Chief Marketing Officer, Fleetmatics Many businesses – and business owners – struggle to make good on New Year’s resolutions, but it’s imperative for […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 24, 2014

Leader or Manager?

Are you an effective leader or a manager? “Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself.  When you become  a leader it’s all about growing others.”—Jack Welch. Everyone who has a job has a boss/manager, but does everyone have a leader?  You never hear people complain about their leader, but every day […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 24, 2014

New Tech Protects Customers From Fraud

New technology moves small businesses forward and protects customers from fraud. By Pat Moran The process of completing a credit card transaction has become an ingrained part of our business culture. Since the 1970s, when the emergence of magnetic strip credit cards revolutionized how we purchase goods and services, electronic payments have become simpler and […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 24, 2014

How Etiquette Varies From Coast To Coast

Etiquette and manners from coast to coast. By Margaret Page If you have done any kind of travel, especially for business, you will have noticed there can be huge differences in the way we communicate, ways of dress, leisure activities and business practices from coast to coast. Our cultural norms—how we behave socially or in […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 17, 2014

One Simple Step To Better Meetings

The One Simple Thing You Can Do to Improve Your Meetings Today! By Joel D. Levitt Typical executives spend over 20% of their time in meetings with 5 or more people. At the same time, surveys indicate that a majority of them are dissatisfied with the value and outcome of their meetings. There is a […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 17, 2014

Video Advertising For Small Business

Video Advertising and Small Business: An online movement toward video has begun. Are you ‘watching’? By Ed Kelly Founder, Causality Productions At one time, many of us considered advertising online an extraneous expense. Advertising on the internet was something that we did half-heartedly, never truly expecting to see much of a return on investment. We […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 17, 2014

How to Increase Your Online Traffic

Don’t get Stuck at a Red Light: Ways to Increase your Online Traffic By Kelly Meeneghan Peters Manager 1&1 Internet Inc. (www.1and1.com) Many businesses have found great success with building online traffic and generating sales on the Web. Being available for purchase online broadens your availability and customer reach internationally allowing for business growth, in […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 10, 2014

Succeed In A Crowded Market

Are you trying to enter an already crowded market? An expert shares three tips on building a business in the crowded online travel market.  By Bob Diener Building a business in a crowded market (such as online travel services), can be challenging, but there’s opportunity when the market is massive and complex. Travel provides savvy […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 10, 2014

Jumpstart Your Social Media Marketing

How is your social media marketing progressing? Here are seven steps to help you jumpstart your social media marketing program.  By Stacia Pierce  Lifecoach2women.com Social media marketing allows you to build a following, test product ideas, run promotions and increase exposure with little to no money spent on advertising and marketing. Everyday, your customers are […]

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