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Tag: "small business opportunities"

[ 0 ] Nov. 23, 2015

Little Jimmy’s Italian Ices Is A Big Biz Hit!

Little Jimmy’s Italian Ices, a family owned business from Iselin, New Jersey, is Italian Ice made the old fashion way. “We have been making our delicious and wholesome Italian Ice since my grandfather Ralph started the business in 1957,” said Michael Maglione Jr. “We do not use automated machinery or high fructose corn syrup when […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 23, 2015

The 25-Hour Day: Where Has Time Gone?

Small Business Owners Often Run A 25-Hour Day. An Expert Offers Tips On How To Better Manage Your Time.  By Dan Travieso How many times have you ended the day asking your self, “Where has the time gone?” Perhaps you have even gotten angry at yourself for not accomplishing what you needed to. Time management […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 23, 2015

Abounding Business Conference

  National Assoc. for the Self-Employed (NASE) & Abounding Business Conference 2016 Partner to Help Small Businesses Succeed 10 City Business Conference Tour Throughout the United States to be Keynoted By NASE President and CEO From navigating the complex tax code to retirement savings and affordable health care, small business owners encounter a myriad of […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 10, 2015

Five Tenets of Deckhand

What is DECKHAND? Deckhand is a presentation design specialty firm. Masters of PowerPoint, conquerors of Keynote, DECKHAND is a company of presentation design experts who specialize in delivering compelling topics to mass audiences. Built off of word of mouth marketing, Deckhand crafts thoughtful presentations using stellar imagery and inspiring messages to motivate organizations and drive […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 9, 2015

10 Tips to Energy and Engagement

Energize Your Workforce: 10 Ways Leaders Can Take Employees “Beyond Engagement” By Brady G. Wilson Today’s employees—even those who may be engaged—are exhausted. Depleted of passion, resilience, verve and excitement, they are devoid of the personal energy that compels them to consistently go above and beyond the call of duty. To create a sustainable, innovative […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 2, 2015

Cyber Security and Your Business

Using Key Cyber Security Tactics to Fight Back: How Small Businesses Can Protect Themselves from Cyber Crooks By Bill O’Connell Vice President of Global Trust at ADP As a small business owner, could you unplug from your computer, smartphone or tablet even for a day? It’s practically impossible to imagine doing business today without technology. […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 26, 2015

Tips To Protect Your Data

Tips to help you prevent data loss. By David Zimmerman LC Technology International, Inc. Write and follow a data protection and management plan. Smaller businesses can often operate as informal organizations, with each staff member behaving as a “jack of all trades.” This attitude can be useful for acquiring customers and putting in the extra […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 26, 2015

Is Your Email Being Tagged As Spam?

Five Ways To Keep Your Marketing Email From Being Flagged As Spam By Marc Gordon Despite the popularity of social media, email continues to be the outreach tool of choice for many businesses. Better conversion rates, no worries of getting lost in a news feed, and the ability to automate campaigns are just some of […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 19, 2015

Creating The Lifetime Buyer

How To Turn A One-Time Buyer Into A Lifetime Buyer By Benoît Gruber VP Corporate Communication Sage Enterprise Market Europe & Sage ERP X3 Customer service, both good and bad, has a long lasting impact on revenue. Today, customers can immediately go online to voice frustrations and discontent with a brand, and with online purchases and competitor […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 19, 2015

Identity Thieves and Your Business

Identity thieves can be a devastating problem for small businesses. It can take enormous resources and time to resolve the problems created all to the detriment to the entrepreneur who typically has little time to spare. It can even bring a business to a screeching halt if not caught and stopped quickly writes Garrett Sutton […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 19, 2015

Personality Styles of Your Employees

No Wonder They Can/Can’t Sell – Using Personality Styles to Get More from Your Employees By Bob Phibbs CEO, The Retail Doctor Retailers have tried everything it seems to get employees to sell more. Sometimes training helps, sometimes it doesn’t and so many try to hire the natural born salesperson. That doesn’t really work either […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 14, 2015

Tweets Are Marketing Tools

      Add marketing power in your tweets When it comes to Twitter, writing interesting and engaging Tweets is among the most important strategies for success. Sure, it’s easy to write a 140-character blurb for your business. But how do you know if others are actually engaging with your Tweets, and how can you […]

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