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Keep your hands clean by sinking your fingers into this business idea - StartupSmart

Keep your hands clean by sinking your fingers into this business idea - StartupSmart | Business | Scoop.it
Keep your hands clean by sinking your fingers into this business idea
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Keep your hands clean by sinking your fingers into this business idea. Monday, 8 July 2013 | By StartupSmart.
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The Small Business Guide to Google Analytics

The Small Business Guide to Google Analytics | Business | Scoop.it
A straight-forward guide to getting your Google Analytics set up and running.

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The benefits of social media for small business

The benefits of social media for small business | Business | Scoop.it

The social media revolution has changed the way that successful small businesses interact with customers and reach out to new markets.


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Innovative Business Ideas: Where Do They Come From? - Udemy

Innovative Business Ideas: Where Do They Come From? - Udemy | Business | Scoop.it
One amazing idea can set you apart from your competition. You'll be a pioneer, introducing new concepts, blazing new trails and changing the way your market operates. But where do these ideas come from?
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Home - Virtual Influence

Home - Virtual Influence | Business | Scoop.it
Social Media and Local Business Marketing
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If you want your business to go Social. 

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Are you a small business? Check ...

Are you a small business? Check ... | Business | Scoop.it

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Gav Morris's curator insight, July 12, 2013 1:54 AM

...can't tell straight away where facts and figures are sourced. Not relevant to me...but...

Gwyneth Letherbarrow's curator insight, July 12, 2013 1:04 PM

I'm not all together sure how these stats are arrived at, and a similar visual for Facebook that I came across recently proved to be irrelevant (yes I tested it). As with anything else, I guess it depends upon the type of business you're into.

Brian Hendricks's curator insight, July 16, 2013 2:45 PM

I have found that using ALL social media avenues, as well as blogging, can help with attracting more followers, or "fans", which will eventually lead to potential customers.  Try it and see for yourself.  Remember, be patient, and persistent.   Contact me for more info!

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Small Business Social Media Strategy - RightMix Technologies

Small Business Social Media Strategy - RightMix Technologies | Business | Scoop.it
To put the best foot forward, your small business needs to have a social media strategy. These small business social media strategy tips will prepare you .
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What can Small Businesses Do About Negative Reviews on Yelp

What can Small Businesses Do About Negative Reviews on Yelp | Business | Scoop.it

As to how much Yelp reviews matter, consider the following data points: 83% of consumers say online customer reviews influence their purchase decisions... As most consumers are aware, Yelp is based on user-generated reviews for local businesses. Getting negative reviews on Yelp can be especially bad for small businesses...

 

What can a business do about Yelp feedback gone wrong? In general, Pierre’s advice is to avoid posting direct responses to sites such as Yelp, PissedConsumer.com and RipOffReport, as the additional posts will simply drive the stickiness of the bad results even more. Better to do what’s possible to resolve the complaint in private, if possible, and to set up other locations such as your own website or your Facebook page as a location for customers to post their positive experiences (or to let you know about their genuine concerns or complaints.)


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Ashok Ramachandran's curator insight, July 9, 2013 8:23 AM

Good advice on how to deal with negative reviews on consumer feedback sites such as Yelp.

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