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Small Business Tips for the Holiday Season (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on Friday, November 12, 2010) Tip #1: Be sure you don’t put sales over people. Always care about the customer more than the sale. Tip #2: Do you have enough stock? Don’t over-stock, though, and in turn end up with unwanted products filling your […]Continue reading
Are you a start-up business? Short on cash? Have you decided to run your own PR this holiday season? Just this week I was chatting with a friend and was informed that their company paid 5K for 3 months of PR services. The company simply sent out some press releases and landed the business a […]Continue reading
10 Thanksgiving Tips (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on Friday, November 5th, 2010) Tip #1: Interesting Thanksgiving Facts (from History.com) Tip #2: Four Thanksgiving/Autumn Craft Ideas Tip #3: Sausage & Cranberry Stuffing Recipe Tip #4: Pumpkin Chocolate-Chip Squares Tip #5: Roast Turkey Recipe Tip #6: “Taking care of YOU during the holidays” (Thanksgiving or any other […]Continue reading
Are you a Mommy Perks Partner? If you are listed in the PERKS Directory then yes, you are a Partner. Here’s your homework for this coming week: Go through the PERKS Directory listings. Find other people who have their fan page and twitter page listed (click the business name in each category in order to […]Continue reading
20 Earth Day Tips (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on April 9th, 2010) The following two links should have been included in the 20 Earth Day Tips. They are being added here so…you get 22 tips this week. How cool is that? 🙂 A huge array of fantastic ideas from Education.com: Earth Day Bottle Cap Games […]Continue reading
20 Easter Tips (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on April 2nd, 2010) Tip 1: Stained Glass Eggs & Styrofoam Bunnies (recycle/reuse!) Submitted by @aztooterann Tip 2: Alternatives to candy-filled eggs *From @TheMotherList Tip 3: My parents used to get a roll of quarters. They’d put $2.50 in eggs for my brother and me. We kept some […]Continue reading