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5 Reasons Twitter Should Be An Essential Part of Your Business

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / June 14, 2013

I know, I know.  For some of you out there, the mere mention of the “T” word makes you cringe.  Immediate images of Kim Kardashian, Ahston Kutcher, and number of irritating celebrities, tweeting about their favorite breakfast cereals pop into your head. But as annoying as Twitter can be when put in the wrong hands (damn evil Karshashians!), don’t be so fast to dismiss the medium as an annoying…

A Great Resource for Internet Business Owners And How Use To It Effectively

by / ⠀Startup Advice / April 20, 2013

There’s no doubt that running a business can become exhausting after a while.  With to-do lists that seemingly never end, and endless amounts of responsibilities, emails, and phone calls coming through, many entrepreneurs will find themselves burning out quickly if they do not learn how to work in ways that are as efficient as possible. The challenge comes in the form of finding resources that are equally efficient, reliable,…

3 Secrets To Building High Quality Links

by / ⠀Startup Advice / February 10, 2013

These days building high quality links can make or break an online business.  Its no secret that ever since the Penguin Update, search results on Google are largely dependent on external links that come from highly respected sites, and sites within the same niche. Gone are the days of being able to spam thousands of links across the Internet with computer software, and I for one, am very happy…

3 Online Resources To Save Your Business Time and Money

by / ⠀Startup Advice / January 13, 2013

One of the most difficult aspects of running an online business is time management.  Perhaps the quickest realization most entrepreneurs come to early on is the harsh realization that the “to do list” of a business seems to grow every five minutes.  Just as one task is completed, along come five more tasks that must be paid attention to. This makes it critical that business owners seek out…

7 Tips For Building An SEO Friendly Site

by / ⠀Startup Advice / January 2, 2013

It’s no secret that Internet businesses these days are fighting to the death over those top spots on Google.  Page one rankings have the potential to bring in lucrative amounts of cash that save a ton of money on customer acquisition. With that said, search engine optimization is a tough and cruel world.  Just when you think you have it all figured out, Google releases another update throwing…

4 Secrets to a Successful Newsletter

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 3, 2012

These days too many businesses are making the critical mistake of leaving money on the table.  Potential customers that would have inevitably purchased your products and services in the future visit your site, disappear, and are never to be heard from again. Unfortunately, this often has little to do with your actual company.  It’s a matter of consumers not remembering your site once they have left the computer. …

Three Things I Learned From Running My Own Company

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / October 30, 2012

Running a business is a never-ending learning experience.  As much as I’d love to say that I never made any mistakes, this is far from the truth.  I have made more than my share, and will continue to in the future. But if there is one thing I do have under control, it is the ability to reflect upon my failures so that I don’t make the same mistakes twice.  As…

The Steve Jobs Legacy – What We Can All Learn From The Greatest CEO Of All Time

by / ⠀Startup Advice / October 13, 2011

The passing of Steve Jobs marks a sad time in American history.  As someone who was the best CEO of our time, and arguably the greatest CEO in history, we have truly lost an American icon. Not only was Steve Jobs a leader and revolutionary businessman, but he also left an imprint on just about all of our lives in one-way or another. Regardless of whether we use…

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