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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

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Two online marketing experts recently partnered together to launch a new marketing firm. So, how do these two break the ice? Well, how about the idea of asking you to dance. That’s right.

Visit Libeck Integrated Marketing and consider the idea of having Rebecca Ryan, a Search Marketing and Keyword Research & Tools expert and Liana “Li” Evans a Search & Social Media Marketing expert, award winning author of the social media marketing book entitled "Social Media Marketing: Engaging Strategies for Facebook, Twitter & Other Social Media," and adjunct professor for Rutgers... Read More

CertGuard exposes sham IT training

Certguard has been saving ‘true’ IT professionals hundreds, if not thousands of dollars over the years. Their dedication goes beyond educating individuals on the hazards of using brain dumps, they are also interested in helping you, the training provider, protect your intellectual property.

They currently have over 2000 brain dump websites and roughly 550 File Sharing websites listed in their database which are freely distributing copyrighted materials without the written permission of the owners of the material. Information they have gathered... Read More

Fast-food restaurants. Drive-thru Starbucks. Go-Gurt. Hot Pockets. Eating meals has turned into a fast-paced, diverse, and multi-tasking activity in America. But just because the speed has picked up, doesn't mean that we have to eat like we're in a hotdog eating competition at all times.

Here are our top 10 tips for business etiquette while eating. A special thanks to Colleen A. Rickenbacher, author of Be On Your Best Business Behavior. She truly is the queen of business etiquette.

1. Bread on the left, drinks on the right. To remember this, make "okay" signs with both... Read More

In a less-than-perfect economy, it’s hard to get the startup financing that you may need. There are many ways to raise capital; angel investors, venture capitalists, friends and family, debt financing, and finally...bootstrapping.

Wikipedia defines bootstrapping as “a self-sustaining process that proceeds without external help.” When an entrepreneur uses this tactic to raise startup capital, he is pulling himself up by his bootstraps, digging into his own personal finances, and utilizing his savings account in order to launch a business. Here are five easy steps that any entrepreneur... Read More

You’ve got your business plan. You’ve got your business name. You may even have your first client. But do you have the right logo for your business? A great logo is one that is adaptable, memorable, and most importantly, simple. To find out if the logo that you’re putting out there will be effective for your business, pay attention to these five characteristics that make logos great.

1. Simple

Great logos are simple logos. The best company logos out there are the ones that people can understand the moment they see them. The simpler a logo is, the more it will be remembered... Read More

BloggersUnite.org in conjunction with BlogCatalog.com are rallying hundreds of thousands of bloggers in an effort to prevent Yahoo! from shutting down MyBlogLog.com, it's large blogger social network.

In a fight to hold the corporate giant responsible for actions that will cause harm to bloggers and the blogosphere, BloggersUnite.org is calling on the power of the bloggers to user their blogs and their social media prowess to prevent MyBlogLog from shirking it's community responsibilities.

Angie Alaniz, President of BlogCatalog suggests that Yahoo! has responsibilities and duties... Read More

Don’t compete, cooperate. It’s a new business strategy that is sweeping the entrepreneurial and startup world. Instead of focusing on beating out the competition, entrepreneurs have begun to work with their competitors, rather than against them. But why? And how can you do it effectively?

What is coopetition?

Coopetition is a neologism coined to describe cooperative competition. Coopetition happens when companies work together for parts of their business where they do not believe they have competitive advantage and where they believe they can share common costs. Entrepreneurs,... Read More

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