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E-COMMERCE MARKETING NEEDS A PLAN. HERE’S YOURS!
I know how to get a blank stare from just about any e-commerce web site owner. All I have to do is ask them about their web site marketing plan!When I ask them about their web site marketing plan, I get that look. First the eyebrows go up. Then the eyes glaze over for a minute. And then the stammering begins. “Uh, well, you ... More
Success With No Excuses
Excuses! Excuses! When we fail to do something we are expected to do, we almost always have an excuse for it. However, if we analyze it closely, an excuse is a ... More
PROTECTING YOUR CORPORATE NAME FROM INFRINGEMENT
Imagine this: you want to sell widgets, and you’ve chosen the perfect name for your brand new widget business. You’ve made the name original and yet homey, easy to say, hard to forget, and you’ve checked databases everywhere to make sure that nobody else thought of it first. You’ve invested vast sums of money in marke... More
Social Media Could Land You In Jail
Social media sites are not unfamiliar to the investigative and legal worlds. A lawyer, whether acting as a defence attorney or working for the prosecution, would be remiss without doing some basic searches among social media, and a private investigator might well find the key to the case somewhere on Facebook or ... More
Using Free Ads to Promote Your Store
Connecting with the potential customers is the key to success, irrespective of the nature and scale of your business; you must try to reach out to the people who are likel... More
EMPLOYEE CONTRACTS AND AT-WILL EMPLOYEES. PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS!
Employer-employee relations are guided by the terms and conditions of the employment contract. An employment contract is a legal agreement that is agreed upon by both the employer and the employee.   An employment contract usually contains the following: • Name of the employer &... More
Truth About The Retail Apocalypse - Yes, It IS Real!
It’s a tough statement to make as someone who has been in the industry since 1981 – but like everything that started in the 80’s &nd... More