Spring Into New SEO, Sales and PR + MORE

Spring Into New SEO, Sales and PR + MORE

You had your hot idea. That flash of genius and creativity, and realising that there was a killing to be made you rolled it out pronto, shoving it gladly into the hands of eager licensees who were slobbering all over each other at the mere prospect of getting a piece of the action. Nobody blames you for that…

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Lessons to Learn From Zynga's Layoffs

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Zynga is laying off 18% of its staff and closing three offices around the country. Here’s Entrepreneur.com’s take on what other startups should learn from the gaming company’s mistakes.

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Are We Growing Too Fast?

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Small businesses can grow too fast and cause more troubles than it would seem. Growth is good, but when that growth comes too quickly it can kill your business.
There are some red flags that you will be able to notice to signal that your small business is starting to grow too quickly.
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Start-Ups Need to Focus on Two Kinds of GrowthDo you know how to scale your start-up? Chances are you’re not focused on the right kind of growth.When it comes to growth, start-ups need to think more precisely. Growth is such a vague term, said Donna Boyer, chief product officer at Blurb, an ebook start-up, during the Dell Women’s Entrepreneurs Network conference on Tuesday…

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How you can make a company page that generates leads, sales and traffic back to your website.

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Spring Into New SEO, Sales and PR

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Spring is here, and that means it’s the perfect time to start new projects and reach out to potential new clients, media-members and advertisers.
Whether you are looking to get a story in the news or boost sales, here are a few tips to help you get things going:
1. Find Your Unique Benefits.
What do you have to offer that no one else does? If you haven’t reviewed your products and services lately, it’s time to figure out why you are unique…

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In 1956, journalist William H. Whyte described the American worker — in particular the white-collar worker — as an “organization man” out to build his career and his life around a single corporation. These conformist sorts, living in tidy new suburbs like Park Forest, Illinois, which Whyte described in depth in his classic study, The Organization Man, looked happily upon the steadiness and predictability of their lives:
For them society has in fact been good — very, very good — for there has been a succession of fairly beneficent environments: college, the paternalistic, if not always pleasant, military life, then, perhaps, graduate work through the G…

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Personal finance expert and author Linsey Knerl tells AllBusiness.com about the best ways for home-based businesses to save money while building a fully functional home office.

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