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Steps for Bringing Your Business around to the 21st Century

Published on June 1, 2016 by in Guest Post

Companies that want to remain competitive in a modern business environment need to stay up-to-date with the latest technology trends. Many of these technological tools will increase office efficiency and brand awareness while reducing costs. If you feel you are lagging behind, or just aren’t up to speed on some of this new technology, use these

 
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The Impact of Social Media on SEO

Published on April 18, 2013 by in SEO

In the post-penguin web world, it’s no longer sufficient to create a business website and expect it to work. SEO is dependent on a variety of key factors, such as keyword optimization, great content and the more recent one, right connections via social media. If your business is new to the online world, you might

 
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Toyota Is Giving Away New Cars – Here’s What You Need To Know

For the past two summers, Toyota has embarked on their “100 Cars for Good” campaign, a program that gives brand-new Toyota vehicles to 100 deserving nonprofit organizations. Tweet

 
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Six Facebook Marketing Tips for Photographers

As a photographer on Facebook, are you doing all you can to promote your business and attract new clients? Here are some Facebook marketing tips for photographers in particular that will increase your success. Tweet

 
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Running A Successful Business Requires a Functional Business Model

Published on August 30, 2012 by in General

Entrepreneurs come up with ideas for products and services every day. Whether the ideas are good or not, many of them never see the light of day. Why? That’s because the person with the idea does not have a competent model to show that the product or service will be successful and in how the

 
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How to Find Good Designers

Published on July 16, 2012 by in Design

Written by: Guest Blogger Zuhair Siddiqui The task of finding the best designer for your requirements is difficult, but following a process can make it easier. While browsing through designer’s portfolios can give you a good indication of the capabilities of the designer, it can often be difficult to judge a designer on their website/portfolio alone,

 
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Being Your Own Media Outlet

Often when I meet with a new client, the first question that comes up is how they create awareness of their organization to interested parties. This is usually followed up with who I know at media outlets. Unfortunately, this line of reasoning just doesn’t apply anymore. Ten years ago, public relations work was all about

 
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Finding Pricing for Creative Services

Published on December 2, 2011 by in General

When I first started my company three+ years ago, I searched for seemingly hours to try to determine a pricing structure for my services. Instead of finding specific prices for services, I read a lot of philosophy about “how to price” my services. That didn’t work for me. I am an old-school retail guy at

 
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Multiple Resumes and LinkedIn

Published on November 17, 2011 by in General

As I was meeting with a job seeker today, we inevitably discussed LinkedIn as one of the pieces to finding a job. Interestingly she had decided not to have a Linkedin profile right away. Being the curious guy I am, I drilled away until I uncorked the reason and boy was it a good one.

 
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Notes from the Fall Conference

The last two days I exhibited my business at the Colorado Nonprofit Association‘s Fall Conference and spoke with dozens of people in the nonprofit world. What did I learn? 1. “Good” Chocolate I quickly became known as the exhibitor with the best chocolate since I offered Ghirardelli. Who would have thought with a demographic consisting

 
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