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10 sure-winner blog post ideas

Question: What’s the best strategy when you have writer’s block and just can’t think of blog topics to write on or create a video about? Answer: Read an article like 10 sure-winner blog post ideas. And this hopefully clever introduction brings us to our first idea: Questions and Answers. The Q&A format, if you do […]

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This is the one article you can’t put off reading. Really.

September 6 was “Fight Procrastination Day,” so I hope you’re reading this the first day you came across it! Now, do you want to hear something funny? September 5 was “Be Late for Something Day.” Were you able to live up to the goal of that special day? I don’t know if I should give […]

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3:00 Inspiration Break with Susan Solovic: The Watering Bowl

Dogs go “social” at cage-free daycare   Watch Susan Solovic talk to Jeremy King, co-founder of The Watering Bowl, a cage-free doggie daycare and boarding facility. Solovic is a small-business expert, best-selling author, and media personality. She sits down with King to discuss how his business uses social media and other tools to offer exceptional […]

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Tips for Starting a Remodeling Biz: The Small Business Success Podcast

Are you a fan of HGTV?  I certainly am.  I get caught up in all those remodeling programs.  It’s amazing what you can do with a little vision. The popularity of the home remodeling business is resulting in many new businesses popping up around the country.  But simply being good with a hammer and a […]

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Structuring VOIP for Your Small Businesses

Your small business has (finally) grown past the point where every call simply goes to the owner’s personal cell phone. Congratulations. So what should your next step be? As you’ll see, VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) technology is an excellent choice, scalable to the needs of most small businesses. Before jumping in with both feet, […]

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Emotional Women: How to Turn a ‘Liability’ Into a Source of Power

Assimilated Leadership Mentor Shares 4 Tips for Harnessing Your Feelings Emotional. Sensual. Intuitive.  Society tends to treat these “feminine” qualities as liabilities; traits that should be suppressed and discouraged because they make us appear “weak.” “Those characteristics are in fact the foundations of our feminine power,” says Leela Francis, author of “Woman’s Way Home,” (www.VividlyWoman.com), […]

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The One Essential Marketing Tactic U.S. Brands Are Missing

Marketers in the US have been big believers in visual branding using carefully designed graphic standards to convey their core identity. Sound has been overlooked. In past years, the primary audio-related question facing marketers has been what music to use in a TV or radio campaign. Often an afterthought and usually licensed from popular music, this […]

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Five Ways to Build Your Small Business After Hours

Ever wonder why some people seem to get ahead in business while you struggle? It could be a result of their after-hours activities. Seriously! What you do after work could be as important as what you do doing your work day.

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Four Tips for Hiring Summer Interns for Your Small Biz

As a new business owner, you have no choice but to juggle everything yourself from collecting the cash to taking out the trash. It all falls on your shoulders, and sometimes it feels as though there aren’t enough hours in the day to get it all done. Summer interns can be a great way for a small business owner to get an extra set of hands for little or no money. Most colleges have summer intern programs for students who are interested in getting real world, practical experience. They get the benefit of building their resume’ and you get the help you need. If you think an intern might be right for your business here are a few tips to keep in mind.

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