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How LinkedIn top sellers use the social network is different than the way average users use it.
Pinterest will email you when prices on some of your pinned products drop.
Fear of competition from larger companies can have a debilitating effect on the future prospects of a small business, yet seen for what it is, such competition can actually be beneficial for the smaller business.
Business owners who play their cards right, and focus on their strengths and nimbleness in the market, are able to carve out significant and profitable market share in spite of competition from larger and better resourced competitors.
This excellent article, suggests that when a larger competitor enters your market you should reassess what this means for your company and how you can keep growing to push past the noise created by the new competitor, and it offers five tips on how to successfully compete with big players in your industry.
Like it or not, you need social media to develop and protect your reputation, and to grow your business.
In talking with many business owners, one of their biggest challenges is finding the time for social media marketing, so it is important to schedule it like you do anything else for your business.
Looks like we're in a social business world now - get with the program or close your business.
Learn how to produce less content and distribute it in different formats from posts to video and even slideshare presentations
You may have authored the most bad @ss blog post this side of the Mason Dixon but if you article doesn't rank on page 1 of Google or nobody knows about it and finds it and reads it and shares it ♦ what's the point of the exercise?
I echo what Jo says of what Brogan said You should spend 20% of your effort writing the article and 80% effort marketing it or you won't get the return in social traffic yhou're looking for.
Repurpose, repurpose, repurpose ... Deltina Hay has explained this better than anyone. You carefully plan what you're going to create so that you can parse it many different ways, then you take those segments and market, market, market.
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Really worth checking (at least)!
Great resources to know what's available.
Това ще да е полезно!
If your Facebook page isn’t getting the action you think it should be, it’s time to banish the boring and jazz things up! It can be hard to be objective when reviewing your own page but it’s import...
this post is worth checking out.its very beneficial.
Companies need stories to build their brands. Individuals need them too. And your job interview is the place to begin the tale.
This is a quick post with valid points to make about bringing stories into jobhunting. And an example is shared that makes the advice real.
But hey folks -- the advice shared here by author Drake Baer apply to anyone in corporate America. Managing your career and gaining promotions is all about learning to share stories about your work and results.
So this article applies to everyone!
This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it
The popular image-sharing site looks toward improved search results and expanding its ecommerce capabilities.
Want some ideas to improve your company’s social media engagement? Many small businesses in New Jersey are continually seeking effective ways to e
Your business will grow through new marketing chanels - choose the best, maximize your resources.
Basics. 101. Make the effort. #Social #Business is collaborative: