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10 things to share on social media

By Lindsay Dicks As I mentioned a few weeks ago, diversity is very important to your social media presence. It keeps your audience from getting bored, and helps them learn about different aspects of your personality and your business. However, sometimes people stumble when it comes to how to vary their content. Here are 10 […]

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One Percent Edge #Podcast: Tim Sanders

Put the Love Back in Your Business with Tim Sanders There’s no doubt we are living in a hi-tech world. If you aren’t constantly looking to upgrade how you integrate technology into your business, you are not seeking to innovate. Technology is here to stay, but in some cases, the advantages of high-tech innovations have […]

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You’ll be surprised to see how under-30 women value workplace factors

I’m joking a little bit here, but do you think there’s a correlation between the increased popularity of yoga and the increased importance of workplace flexibility? A Fairygodboss online survey of 100 women showed that flexible hours/part-time employment is one of the most cherished job factors for women job seekers. But while workplace flexibility is […]

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Tips to Help Companies Better Manage Remote Employees

If your company promotes and encourages telecommuting, you’re far from alone with this trend. Last year, 43 percent of Americans spent at least some of their time working remotely, up 4 percent from 2012, according to a recent Gallup survey. The survey also found that employees are telecommuting and working from other non-office locations for […]

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Keys to engaging the perpetually connected customer

We’re surrounded by the cyber-sphere today almost as much as we are surrounded by the air we breathe. And, for many, maintaining a constant connection to this digital reality is almost as important as inhaling and exhaling. While this is true for members of every consumer demographic, it’s especially true for today’s younger consumers…and they’re […]

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Be Ready for Phone Calls

By Jeff Davidson The telephone, invented in 1876, has been in widespread use throughout the United States and much of the world since early 1900’s. Even with the rise in the last decade or so of internet commerce, closing sales via the telephone is still a huge component in the success of many types of […]

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This week in small business: Secrets to a great daily grind (and we aren’t talking about coffee)

Whether you think of it as your “daily grind” or simply your daily schedule, you’ll find a lot of tips to help you get it under control and maximized for success and productivity among this edition of our carefully curated content. Leadership, management, and productivity Even when you’re chasing your dreams you need to deal […]

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Pay Attention! Don’t Just Go Through the Motions!

By Shep Hyken A friend of mine went to the airport rental car agency and had a chance to upgrade to a Tesla. He had never driven a Tesla so he was happy to pay the upcharge to have the experience. If you’ve ever rented a car at the airport, you typically are stopped at […]

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How Retailers Can Improve The Online Shopping Experience

By Michelle Deery Got an online shop that you want to grow? Then your store must provide a pleasant shopping experience for your customers. People love to shop online. In fact, 96 percent of Americans now shop online, with many preferring to do so out of convenience. Convenience is a huge deal. If your website […]

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Surviving your next networking group meeting

By Cliff Ennico I don’t know about you, but I find most networking groups to be exceedingly boring, nonproductive and in some cases cringe-inducing. I’m not generally a fan of networking groups. I’m not sure people get much new business out of them. Still, networking groups have their upside. They can be great places to […]

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