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3 Critical Steps You Need to Do Before Launching Your Business

3 Critical Steps You Need to Do Before Launching Your Business

by SurePayroll | There is nothing more exciting for a small business owner than the days leading up to launch. While you may have a lot to think about, and even more to do, most people wouldn’t trade this experience for anything. Here are three things to do before your big day arrives: Speak with an attorney and CPA. Do you have an idea that needs protected? Have you made ...

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What Your Business is Worth [Infographic]

What Your Business is Worth [Infographic]

by SurePayroll | There comes a time when all entrepreneurs look to see how much their business is worth if they were to sell. Whether it is because they can no longer continue to run the business, are looking to start a new venture, or simply just want to cash in and get that big payday that is well over due. It doesn’t matter your reason for selling is, the ...

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10 Quick B2B Marketing Ideas You Should Be Doing Online

10 Quick B2B Marketing Ideas You Should Be Doing Online

Are you effectively leveraging the Internet for your business-to-business marketing? This article gives you ten ideas for B2B marketing on the Internet. Tips for business-to-business marketing on the Web: Include a “tip of the Week” on your Web site to attract repeat visits. Have an offer button or banner on every page which visitors can click to request information, samples, newsletters, advertising specialties, etc. Allow visitors to request additional information ...

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6 Easy Ways to Alienate Your Social Media Followers

6 Easy Ways to Alienate Your Social Media Followers

by Jenna Hanington | via Pardot.com | It’s easy to get so caught up in gaining social media followers that you forget you can actuallylose them. Social media is a fickle beast, especially for businesses — one wrong move on a single one of your social channels and you might see those hard-earned follower numbers start to plummet. Luckily, sticking to social media best practices can not only help you grow your follower ...

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How to Start a Car Wash Business in the Philippines

How to Start a Car Wash Business in the Philippines

by Amy Williams | A car wash business is one of the small industries that would benefit from the booming automotive market of the Philippines. This kind of cleaning service is easy to setup and has a constant supply of customers. We have come up with these easy steps to help you establish your car cleaning empire: Step 1: Research the Car Wash Industry The first step to success in any entrepreneurial ...

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12 Cool and Free Stock Photo Resources

12 Cool and Free Stock Photo Resources

via WebResourcesDepot.com | There are various components, from typography to colors, that makes a design impressive. Photos used are definitely one of the most important factors. Today, almost any type of photo we can dream of exists in the web. And, thankfully, there are many stock photo websites which helps us find them easily. Here is a list of 12 free stock photo resources that you must bookmark: Stock.xchng stock.xchng is probably the ...

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4 Steps on How to Get to Zero Inbox

4 Steps on How to Get to Zero Inbox

by Pooja Lohana | I love email. I can be hooked to my inbox all day on my trusty smartphone—and therefore, I love my smartphone, too. I was not always an email-lover. More than three ago, when I was working at a day job, I barely felt the need to check my email. Only after I started on my entrepreneurial journey did I begin holding my emails dear. I am ...

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Study: Marketers Finding Reinvention Difficult

Study: Marketers Finding Reinvention Difficult

by Kevin Allen | With technology and media trends shifting faster than ever, marketers are tasked with staying current with every turn. A new study shows that marketers know they have to reinvent themselves, but they don’t always know how. Adobe’s “Digital Roadblock: Marketers Struggle to Reinvent Themselves” study shows that 40 percent of marketers say they want to reinvent themselves but don’t know how to do it. Lack of training and ...

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15 Ways to Get Followers on Twitter Fast

15 Ways to Get Followers on Twitter Fast

Although enjoyment on Twitter is not about the number of followers you have, there comes a time when your follower count is so close to a major milestone that you just want to beat that milestone with a stick. Whether its 100, 1000, or 10,000 followers, getting past a goal is always a nerve racking experience. The goal always seems so close, but yet so far. Having been through a ...

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UK Shoppers Are Super Hot About Coupons

UK Shoppers Are Super Hot About Coupons

by Sally Hooton | UK shoppers redeemed 603 million coupons in 2013 – up 35% from 2012 and worth £1.7billion UK shoppers’ appetite for coupons has reached new heights, increasing by over a third (35%) in 2013 compared to the previous year. According to coupon experts Valassis, coupons and vouchers worth £1.7billion were redeemed last year, showing that the coupon craze is far from over even though the economy is ...

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Marketing Research Chart: Determine Which Tests Should be Prioritized

Marketing Research Chart: Determine Which Tests Should be Prioritized

by Daniel Burstein, MarketingSherpa | In the MarketingSherpa Website Optimization Benchmark Report survey, we asked 1,548 marketers: Q. What are the contributing factors for your organization when determining what to test? In a perfect world, we would test absolutely everything we do in order to see how customers react to different headlines, images, copy and calls-to-action in real-world settings. Also in this perfect world, the split testing tool would be parked right next ...

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7 Simple Reasons You Need to Rethink About (Still) Using Internet Explorer

7 Simple Reasons You Need to Rethink About (Still) Using Internet Explorer

by Zachary Lukasiewicz| Since the recent security lockdown of Internet Explorer (IE) yesterday (read more here) I figured I should write a post to all those people who still may actually be using IE Drum roll please… Reason #1 - IE is broken beyond repair. Literally there is no solution. “We are currently unaware of a practical solution to this problem,” the Department of Homeland Security’s United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team said ...

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