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22 Business Tips to Help the Small Business Owner

22 Business Tips to Help the Small Business Owner

via FinancialMoneyTips.com | Small business owners often experience huge problems. That’s one of the ironies of being a small business owner. Fortunately, there are business tips that you can follow in order to overcome these problems. Really, you don’t need to have problems in your business in order to take advantage of these tips. You can follow them as well to be more successful in your business. Here are 22 ...

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5 Ways to be Indispensable at Work

5 Ways to be Indispensable at Work

by Jason Bettinger, via Linkedin | In today’s turbulent economic environment, it is no surprise that many companies are restructuring, once in a while. Jobs are being outsourced to places where doing business and getting work done is cheaper. Having said that, those who are in the employment line never have a safe job- because they can be replaced at any moment. But is this really the case? Well, at least, ...

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Eight Low-Cost Marketing Smarts for Small Retailers

Eight Low-Cost Marketing Smarts for Small Retailers

by Joel Norton | Marketing for a small retail business can be both challenging and rewarding, but unless you have the basics down, it will likely be unsuccessful. Joel Norton, Chief Strategy Officer of Boost Marketing shares his top tips for small e-commerce businesses. Nothing is Free The old saying ‘time equals money’ is true. If you’re looking for ways to promote your business and drive awareness, cheaply, you could ...

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10 Steps to Success When Competing on Price

10 Steps to Success When Competing on Price

by Andy Coughlin | Businesses are often drawn into price battles. Follow Andy Coughlin’s ten steps to give you the best chance of winning deals when price becomes an issue — without simply dropping the price. 1. Do your planning Whether or not you are competing on price right now, start planning for it. The first step before you get into negotiation is to look at your proposition from the customer’s ...

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How Fox News Hires: It’s All About the Brand

How Fox News Hires: It’s All About the Brand

by Paul Petrone | Love them or hate them, here is a fact about Fox News that no pundit could dispute: they are killing the competition. The New York-based, Rupert Murdoch–owned news channel attracts more viewers than its biggest two competitors – MSNBC and CNN – combined. In fact, a 2013 Gallup poll revealed that Fox News was the leading single source for news. There are plenty of people who criticize the channel, ...

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Retailers See Growing Impact of Mobile on Consumer Behavior

Retailers See Growing Impact of Mobile on Consumer Behavior

by Ivan Serrano | Today the world stands connected through almost 10 billion connected devices and over 1.5 billion people subscribed to a social network. Over 1.5 billion of the 10 billion connected devices in the world are represented by smartphones, whose owners can be connected practically anytime and anywhere. The marketing world has in response to this shifted in a dramatic way. Now that most of the world is ...

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Retailers Not Giving Up the Battle Over Credit-Card Swipe Fees

Retailers Not Giving Up the Battle Over Credit-Card Swipe Fees

by Catherine Clifford | via Entrepreneur | The retail industry and credit-card issuers have been locked in a fight over swipe fees for years, and while a settlement was approved in December to end the legal battle, the retail industry has stood back up and vowed to keep fighting. The National Retail Federation (NRF) formally filed an appeal with the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in the hopes to overturn a $5.7 billion ...

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3 Ways to (Finally) Start Selling Online

3 Ways to (Finally) Start Selling Online

by Mike Periu, President, Proximo, LLC | If you know you should be selling online but don’t know how to start, it’s time to try one of these 3 e-commerce solutions. Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, expects to facilitate the sale of $420 billion worth of goods this year, up from $170 billion two years ago. The company, founded by Jack Ma in his apartment 15 years ago, has become ...

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