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Avoid “Analysis Paralysis”: Stop Thinking and Start Your Business!

Thursday, December 27, 2012

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       Most people who have conceived a new business idea have been told, “Make sure you have a good business plan.” The elements of the “ideal” business plan are fairly common and cliché: marketing and advertising strategies, identifying the target audience, research of the target audience’s consummation trends, products and/or services offered, etc. [...]

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Balancing-Social Networking Sites

Sunday, November 20, 2011

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    Balancing Social Networking Accounts One of the key ways to market anything today is by using social sites. Whether you are marketing a personality, business, service or product, properly used profiles on social sites will get what you are selling out there — there meaning the world. The days of personal success being [...]

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Social Media Marketing– I Don’t Have Time..Do I Need More than One?

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

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    We feel like there isn’t enough time for everything.  Now you tell me to do one more thing.. Do I need more than one social media site? One common problem that many new business owners face is not having enough time to devote to various marketing methods. Because of this, business owners must [...]

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Do You Know Why Do You Need To Get Involved With Social Media

Monday, October 31, 2011

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                   Social media has changed the way people communicate with each other and the way businesses market their products and services to their customers.  Because of this, getting involved in social media is not just about using technology to connect with family and friends, but also about finding new ways to create opportunities [...]

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“Learning Games” The New Rules Of Strutting Your Stuff

Friday, October 8, 2010

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    I came from the generation that was taught to go to school, get a good education, get good grades and stay out of trouble and you would succeed. This implied to me that this success would be all encompassing that is, spiritually, physically and definitely economically. But, as I approached 50 I saw [...]

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