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Mind Melding Marketing Moves By Shara Lawrence-Weiss This is the sixth and final post in a series about marketing. The first five posts are located here: Image or Sales, Higher Level Thinking in Marketing, Sales vs Marketing, The Best Marketing People Around and Should I Pay for Marketing? I know how much my husband enjoys […]Continue reading
6 Reasons Not to Overlook Google+ In Your Marketing Strategy Guest post submitted by Allison Rice It’s been two years this June since Google launched Google+, initially perceived as a social media competitor to Facebook. Although it has never managed to steal significant market share away in the world of social sharing between individuals, Google+ […]Continue reading
Marketing: Image or Sales? By Shara Lawrence-Weiss This is the fifth post in a series about marketing. The first four posts are located here: Higher Level Thinking in Marketing, Sales vs Marketing, The Best Marketing People Around and Should I Pay for Marketing? There are so many Online marketers now and it’s not always easy […]Continue reading
How To Better Understand Your Market: 6 Important Questions Every Business Owner Should Ask Guest post submitted by Ray Nelson In today’s struggling economy, businesses need to be more competitive than ever in order to survive. If a business is not up to snuff, it will fail. This means that business owners need to be […]Continue reading
I’ve been slow to learn about Ted Rubin, unlike many of my colleagues. I’m not sure why. I’ll be honest: when I first saw him tweeting I thought, “Oh, okay. Another get-on-the-wagon-with-the-latest-social-media-trends-guy. There are so many self-proclaimed social media geniuses out there – I’ve pretty much trained myself to block out their noise. I was […]Continue reading
Develop an Unfair Advantage in Your Business Guest post submitted by Mark Hopkins Finding a franchise or business opportunity that engages your strengths within a market that you are passionate about dramatically increases your likelihood of success. Why? Because successful businesses are led by leaders with better ideas and better execution. Better ideas come from […]Continue reading