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Skill #3 Communication Management.

Skill #3 Communication Management.

Did you know how you manage your communications can affect your mental health?   Once long ago, in a land far, far, away, people lived in a simpler world.  There were only 3 TV networks, one or two daily newspapers in your city, and there was only one telephone on a little table in the entrance hall to your home. News broadcasts were two or three times a day, only lasting about 30 minutes including weather, sports, and financial markets. …

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Is Blogging Dead? Maybe Not!

Is Blogging Dead? Maybe Not!

We know that blogging is critical to small business, yet we hear that blogging is dead.  Well, maybe not.  Here is a great post by Gary Vaynerchuk explaining why. THE ONE THING GURUS ALWAYS GET WRONG ABOUT BLOGGING   by GARY VAYNERCHUK  @garyvee 1 year ago · 4 min read Starting a blog has never been easier and here is where to start a blog: Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, Medium. Now, I know what you’re saying — “Those aren’t blogs”. Actually, they are. Any…

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Can Blogs Really Generate Sales?

Can Blogs Really Generate Sales?

Everyone says blogging is important to small business.  But…does it really lead to increased sales?  Here’s a great post digging into the strategies you need to do just that. Does Blogging Really Increase Lead Generation And Sales? BY JAMES — FILED UNDER BLOGGING, CUSTOMER ACQUISITION, SALES Nowadays everyone has a blog. Forbes, Walmart, mommies with children and even hobbyists. Why? Because they make money. You may think that a blog is something you create for fun and has no place in a business environment but you would…

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Blogging…Absolute Necessity for Small Business

Blogging…Absolute Necessity for Small Business

As a small business owner you should know blogging is a great (and inexpensive) way to promote your business.  The attached article has some great ideas on how to go about it.  Beginner’s Guide To Blogging For Small Businesses Traditional marketing methods, especially in the past, emphasize pushing your product under prospective buyers’ noses with one message: sell, sell, sell. In contrast, content marketing focuses on providing something of value to your current and potential customers, with the understanding that…

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