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Tweet from @hunterb007

Tweet from @hunterb007 | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
9 Small Changes You Never Realized To Supercharge Your Productivity
https://gibbon.co/hunterb007/productivity/9-small-changes-you-never-realized-to-supercharge … #productivity pic.twitter.com/ElcpNSEMVm
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Infographic: How to Use Google+ for Business

Infographic: How to Use Google+ for Business | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it

If your business has an online presence, then Google+ is impacting your revenue. Love it or hate it, interacting with Google+ is an important piece of an online marketing strategy. As the second largest social platform (behind Facebook), it is important to integrate Google+ into your regular social marketing activity. For those new to the platform, here are some quick tips and best practices to get you started. 


Via Lauren Moss, harish magan
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Have you been putting off joining Google + or have you not been active? There are so many reasons to use it!

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#DIYSEO #Nine0Media

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Alison D. Gilbert's curator insight, April 10, 2014 7:28 PM

For many business people, Google+ has overtaken Facebook in usage. It is viewed as more professional and to be taken seriously. Facebook has a less than professional aura.

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What is the best blog in the World? #IBCT Top 256

What is the best blog in the World? #IBCT Top 256 | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
In order to be the best you have to learn from the best. Don't miss the 2014 #IBCT see how your favorite blogger stacks up against the top 256 blogs in the world.
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I have heard of most of these, there are some good ones!

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5 reasons you are feeling stuck, and what you can do about it today - Homepreneur Helper

5 reasons you are feeling stuck, and what you can do about it today - Homepreneur Helper | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
When you find yourself in a rut, how do you get unstuck …
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Getting stuck happens. It helps to know why you are feeling that way so that you can take action and get out of your rut!

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10 reasons it's never been a better time to be a startup entrepreneur

10 reasons it's never been a better time to be a startup entrepreneur | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it

There is additional encouraging news for aspiring entrepreneurs on many fronts, just in case you are thinking about joining the existing ranks.


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I wholeheartedly agree, and adding to that, I think now is a great time to start something small. To work for yourself, in any niche you choose and to make something of it. It doesn't have to be a high-tech, VC funded startup, it can just be your "thing." If there was ever a time to do it, it's now.

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, December 26, 2013 8:40 AM
Martin Zwilling makes a good case on Forbes on how conditions for being an entrepreneur have never been so great. He's right: lots of things are better now than they used to be. Both in the US and Europe. However I can't help wondering as well: with that much competition it's likely to also be the time where a record number of entrepreneurs will be disappointed. Because no matter how easy and great it is to start companies, there are not so many which can become successful at any given point in time. I happenned to become an entrepreneur right after the 2000 bubble burst and I don't envy the bubble startups: yes going was tough but for those who survived, the results were spectacular. Remember the 90's?
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Why Not Start Now Then!

Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, December 29, 2013 8:57 PM

Entrepreneurs/Startups are the engine of the economy. Be part of it. Create your own business, be your own boss. It's never been easier, so many tools, so much information...

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Freelance writing: Failure or giving up too soon | Freelancing and More!

Freelance writing: Failure or giving up too soon | Freelancing and More! | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
Bloggers often abandon their blogs (in fact at an astounding rate) because they feel like they have failed.
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I can see how this happens, I have had moments where I feel like throwing in the towel!
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My 3 favorite podcasts right now: - Homepreneur Helper

My 3 favorite podcasts right now: - Homepreneur Helper | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
I love listening to podcasts! I could probably listen to them all day long, and I use every opportunity I get to indulge my habit.
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Three Podcasts that can help you boost your business.

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Did you think working from home would be easy? - Homepreneur Helper

Did you think working from home would be easy? - Homepreneur Helper | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
I thought working from home would be easy. Boy was I wrong. Going from a traditional job to being your own boss has many challenges. Is it worth it?
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Is Entrepreneurship Learned, or Wired into your DNA? - The Next Web

Is Entrepreneurship Learned, or Wired into your DNA? - The Next Web | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
The age-old question of whether good entrepreneurs are born that way, or if such entrepreneurial skill sets can be learned continues to be a debated topic.
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Hmmm, I agree that some things can't be learned, but I also believe that there are probably a ton of "wired" people out there who will not succeed because they haven't learned how to. Success can be taught.

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The 80/20 Rule and Listening to Your Inner Procrastinator

The 80/20 Rule and Listening to Your Inner Procrastinator | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
The same activities that produce the majority of your results are the very same things that trigger you to procrastinate.
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Great advice for my fellow procrastinators.

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When to Go it Alone? The Right Age to Become an Entrepreneur - Forbes

When to Go it Alone? The Right Age to Become an Entrepreneur - Forbes | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
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When to Go it Alone? The Right Age to Become an Entrepreneur
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I ask every entrepreneur I interview the same question: “What would you do differently if you could?
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I think there should be classes on entrepreneurship in grade school!

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A Small Space in Your Suitcase Can Make a Big Impact in the World!

A Small Space in Your Suitcase Can Make a Big Impact in the World! | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
David & Veronica are experiencing the collision of Baby Boomer and Empty Nester. We have decided to grab life by the horns, sell the nest and become GypsyNesters! We are Going Gypsy! On the road and sharing our adventures since 2008! The next step of your life is just beginning!
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Great post by one of my favorite travel blogs...learn how just a bit of space in your suitcase can make a difference to the community you will be visiting. Give back!

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How to Convert Pinterest Visitors to Subscribers

How to Convert Pinterest Visitors to Subscribers | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
Blog post at The Blog Maven : You already have your Pinterest profile optimized to drive traffic to your blog, but what happens when they get there?  Sure, they'll love [..]
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Some great tips, not just for using Pinterest, but for improving your blog in general..

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What is the Next Niche Pursuits Case Study? | Niche Pursuits

What is the Next Niche Pursuits Case Study? | Niche Pursuits | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
» What is the Next Niche Pursuits Case Study? | My Niche Websites & Business Ideas

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Love this site & podcast, have learned so much!

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5 Tips for Launching a Side Business

5 Tips for Launching a Side Business | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
Here's how you can get your toes wet as a business owners without necessarily having to quit your day job.
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Blogging Tips: The Importance of List Building to Bloggers • TechLila

Blogging Tips: The Importance of List Building to Bloggers • TechLila | Business: Entrepreneurship, social media, marketing & personal development | Scoop.it
Blogging tips on list building and autoresponders. Your mailing list can make you money and build you a strong reputation in your niche. Here's how.
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Great advice, and thank goodness there are so many great tools out there to make the process more streamlined.

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