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Make Your Business Stand Out
When was the last time you received a handwritten note from a business associate? It may be that it was too long ago for you to remember. On the other hand, if you... More
Learn From Your Mistakes
We all make mistakes in business. The important issue is that we learn from them and apply the lessons in b... More
Increasing Your Sales Numbers
The concept is simple... Increase the amount of the initial customer purchase by offering discounts or other extra bonuses on quantity purchases. ... More
Ignite Your Marketing
You can ignite your marketing efforts and passion for the game by learning to use your personal story and expertise to get potential clients subscribin... More
Keep Cool With Customers
A day in the life of a business person can be filled with joy and satisfaction or it can be frustrating and stressful. When things go wrong, some people lose control. Holding emotions in check and reac... More
Be A Business Standout
What does every business owner want? To be noticed, to stand out amongst their peers and competitors, to be more visible. Here is a number of tips pointing business owners/marketeers in the right direction. 1) Be different, a perfect example of poor marketing is the common trifold. An over-used... More
Value of Your Customers
One of the greatest thrills in business is acquiring a new customer. Many businesses are too caught up in the excitement of acquiring new customers that they do n... More
Does Your Company Measure Up?
All companies are set up with one key goal in mind - to make money. Owners and investors put money into a company based on a business idea and plan. However, without continued and profitable... More
Ethnic Marketing Methods
In today's U.S. marketplace, marketing to various ethnic audiences is vital to consumer-oriented product and service companies. Latinos and African Americans already have a c... More
Balancing Your Life and Business
"The average office worker receives more than 200 messages a day via snail mail, email, express mail, cell phone, landline, wireless Web, bicycle messenger, singing... More