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Using technology to market your business: The internet and advances in digital technology have reinvented the way businesses market themselves. With over one billion people around the world regularly using the web to find products and services, businesses have had to drastically change the way they interact with their customers. With such a vast array […]Continue reading
Why Can’t I Work From Home? By Shara Lawrence-Weiss Some time ago, Rick and I were chatting with a local man, in need of a job. We spent a few weeks helping him apply for work, prepping him for interviews, driving him to/from interviews, and so on. At one point he said, “I don’t want […]Continue reading
Higher Level Thinking in Marketing? By Shara Lawrence-Weiss The is the fourth post in a series of marketing posts. You can read the first three posts here: Sales vs Marketing, The Best Marketing People Around and Should I Pay for Marketing? What do think about when you ponder the term “higher level thinking” in regard […]Continue reading
Read below and get to know Jennifer from Babee Talk, an organic toy company. Tell us about your business and why you started up As a mother of two boys, one of the biggest challenges I encountered was their constant teething on the crib rail. They were ingesting paint and wood chips, and it was […]Continue reading
When discussing relationship marketing with clients, we often hear, “But building relationships takes too much time!” These folks typically want (or financially need) to get things going quickly. While I certainly do understand that mentality, for most micro/small business owners, there are few alternatives. If the client can place ads on television during popular shows, […]Continue reading
Below is an interview with Christine Bruckmann, owner of Bun In The Oven Consignment. Tell us about your business and why you began. In 2010, when I was pregnant with my first child, I attended a Maternity consignment sale close to Whyte avenue. I purchased some great items there, but that was the first and […]Continue reading