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Setting Up A Google+ Page for your Business

June 6, 2012

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Setting Up A Google+ Page for your Business Setting up a Page for your business is simple — Google+ already plays a big part in Google+ Page engagement and promises to grow in importance, so you might want to adjust your settings to automatically add Pages to your own Circles.  Here’s how to … (click […]

Why does making video’s seem so hard?

May 3, 2012

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We hardly ever mention it, but it’s all around us. Maybe that’s why we don’t notice this elephant in the living room. I’m talking about how incredibly important video is becoming to marketing online. The truth is, if you want to be seen as highly credible today, you’ve got to grab this tiger by the […]

We’ve all worked jobs we hated.

February 29, 2012

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We were underpaid, under appreciated and bored out of our minds. We either quit these jobs or were fired for poor performance because we  just gave up. We’ve all worked jobs we hated. Instead of taking the approach that it was a complete waste of time, you need to consider every job you had as […]

Here are 5 ways to help you grow your business.

February 27, 2012

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Use social media to grow your business? Here are 5 ways they help grow your business: 1. Quick to Start. You could launch a Facebook page today or get a blog going in a few days. 2. Low Cost. You can get started in social media and blogging for very little or no money. They are […]

There is NO EXCUSE for not following up

February 21, 2012

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What’s your excuse? What’s your excuse for not following up with new contacts after networking? It doesn’t really matter what your answer is because I’m here to tell you that the correct answer to the above question from this point on is: There is NO EXCUSE for not following up, so don’t have one (your net-worth […]

We’re judging you by what we can expect from you!

February 15, 2012

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In life or business have you promised? Can we TRUST you? Showing up matters more than ever, particularly if you promised you would. We’re no longer judging you by what sort of widgets your factory makes. We’re judging you by what we can expect from you in the future. Seth Godin TRUST: noun 1. reliance […]

Does any of this describe you and your business?

January 16, 2012

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Does any of this describe you and your business? * You don’t know where to begin. There are so many things to do, so little time, and everything seems is urgent/important. * You have some support, but it doesn’t seem to be working very well. * You are unsure what needs to be delegated or […]