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200 Most Recent Business Offline Articles

1.   Four Tips For Creating An Effective Authors' Resource Box by Bill Platt
    In article marketing, there are many factors that will affect your articles' ability to promote your website in the most effective manner. In this article, we will briefly discuss a couple those factors, before we dive into how to create an effective Authors' Resource Box, also known as the About The Author Information.
    Distributed: 2013-08-27 12:00:00 | Word Count: 1669 | Page Views: 3639 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.38
2.   Website Traffic Generation: Winning the Love of the Traffic Fairy by Bill Platt
    Some people still believe that all they have to do is build a website and customers will magically appear on their site... Once they have built their websites, they wait anxiously for the "Traffic Fairy" to come and sprinkle its magic dust on their website too, so that they can make lots of money like other success website owners.
    Distributed: 2013-08-24 12:00:00 | Word Count: 1149 | Page Views: 4126 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.83
3.   Top 10 Reasons Why Online Marketers Fail With Article Marketing by Bill Platt
    If you've been marketing products online for any length of time, you've likely heard people talk about the power and promise of article marketing for the promotion of your online business. Unfortunately, many online marketers have tried to utilize article marketing to benefit their online business and failed. In this article, I document the top ten reasons why people fail to find success with article marketing... And how to fix your article marketing campaigns...
    Distributed: 2013-07-31 12:15:00 | Word Count: 1025 | Page Views: 3433 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.67
4.   Article Marketing Tip: Stop Trying To Sell From Within Your Articles by Bill Platt
    The basic premise of article marketing is to present people information that will be important to them, then at the end of the article, present information "about the author" and offer to the reader a means to see how the author can help the reader further. When done well, article marketing continues to be one of the most effective methods of promotion that one could employ online.
    Distributed: 2013-07-30 13:00:00 | Word Count: 1229 | Page Views: 2089 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
5.   The Six Degrees of Internet Marketing by Bill Platt
    The theory behind the Six Degrees of Separation is that all people on earth can be connected together in as little as six steps. Now, I know what you might be thinking at this juncture... That sounds fun and interesting, but what does that have to do with Internet Marketing? That is a great question that I am going to answer for you in this article...
    Distributed: 2013-07-30 11:00:00 | Word Count: 991 | Page Views: 4096 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.33
6.   How To Win More Eyeballs for Your Offers and Websites by Bruce Lansing
    Most people using search engines on the Internet are looking for answers to questions and solutions to problems. If you can give people what the answers they want, you will be able to position your business as one worth hiring today or tomorrow.
    Distributed: 2013-07-29 12:00:00 | Word Count: 1373 | Page Views: 1908 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
7.   How To Increase Your Rates and Earnings As a Freelance Writer by Bill Platt
    Freelance writers fill a very important role in today's business marketplace. They create the on-demand, customized content that business owners everywhere need to push their businesses forward. In this article, the author explains what freelance writers should do to ensure that employers will pay them well for their services.
    Distributed: 2013-07-29 11:00:00 | Word Count: 1191 | Page Views: 2133 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
8.   Promoting Your Business With Content:: Defining Your Writing Strategy by Bruce Lansing
    Many people suggest that you should write articles on the basis of the benefits that people will get from reading your articles. I'd like to suggest that there is a better reason, and that is to write your articles on the basis of what problem people will be able to solve, as a result of reading your articles.
    Distributed: 2013-07-25 12:30:00 | Word Count: 677 | Page Views: 1830 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.00
9.   The Death and Resurrection of Quality Content by Bill Platt
    No matter where you go online, you are bound to find someone complaining about the quality of content available online. When we want to find information that answers our questions for us, the last thing we want to do is to land on a MFA (Made For Adsense) website with questionable content. And yet, many of the people who complain about this state of affairs also contribute to the problem...
    Distributed: 2013-07-25 12:00:00 | Word Count: 769 | Page Views: 3471 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.60
10.   How To Get Your Syndicated Articles Opened, Read And Published by Bill Platt
    Syndicated articles can be a very powerful promotion tool in the hands of the person who knows how to use them... This is the reason why article marketing is generally a hot topic of conversation... Unfortunately, not all of the conversation is positive, because the vast majority of people who attempt to utilize article marketing for the promotion of their online business are absolutely clueless as to how to use article marketing to its fullest potential...
    Distributed: 2013-07-11 12:00:00 | Word Count: 1318 | Page Views: 3642 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.20
11.   Cutting Through The Information Overload: Grab Your Readers' Attention With a Great Title by Bill Platt
    As avid readers, we have trained our brains to scan the headlines looking for something that might suit our desires... This article will give you a solid understanding of how to grab your readers by the eyeballs and get them to open and read your articles...
    Distributed: 2013-07-03 13:00:00 | Word Count: 802 | Page Views: 3679 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.00
12.   Cracking The Article Marketing Puzzle by Bill Platt
    Article marketing is one of those topics that always seems to generate a lot of conversation in forums and marketing discussions... Online marketers are generally split into three camps, when it comes to arguing the effectiveness of article marketing as a promotional method... Camp One swears by article marketing, as an integral and essential part of their online marketing activities... They suggest that the benefits of article marketing are twofold: direct click-through (CTR) traffic from the article that may deliver immediate sales; and improved search rankings that will drive additional search traffic...
    Distributed: 2013-07-02 11:00:00 | Word Count: 1343 | Page Views: 3054 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 1.86
13.   Book Authors: How To Sell More Books And Get Your Publisher Active by Bill Platt
    It is an unfortunate reality that most people who write books believe that their publisher will always put their best foot forward, to promote their book. In the real world, it does not quite work that way.
    Distributed: 2013-06-27 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1871 | Page Views: 53285 | Votes: 37 | Rating: 3.70
14.   Article Marketing Tips: How Consumers Read Your Articles by Bill Platt
    If you want to understand what makes one article marketer successful, while many more achieve poor results, then consider this 6-step process designed to help you understand how to make your article marketing more effective.
    Distributed: 2013-06-25 12:00:00 | Word Count: 1278 | Page Views: 3181 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.20
15.   5 Essential Elements of Successful Article Marketing by Bill Platt
    If you understand the "how and why" of writing great articles, perhaps you can generate more sales from your articles than I have from mine... But if you miss the point of this article, you are likely to never make any money at all with article marketing...
    Distributed: 2013-06-18 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1149 | Page Views: 3165 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.25
16.   14 Tips to Improve Your Article Writing and Article Marketing by Trey Pennewell
    Everything online requires content, and articles are just one form of content. Learning how to write articles and create content should be a focal point for anyone looking to start a business or even a hobby online, after all like the saying goes, content is king. In this article, we provide 14 tips to help you improve your article content.
    Distributed: 2012-11-26 11:00:00 | Word Count: 1133 | Page Views: 3313 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
17.   21 Tips for Defeating Writer's Block by Trey Pennewell
    One of the most difficult aspects of article writing and marketing, is how to come up with fresh topics to write about. It is even more difficult to put your finger on ideas that are hot and related to your topic. Here are some suggestions to help you get those creative juices flowing again...
    Distributed: 2012-11-20 12:00:00 | Word Count: 993 | Page Views: 3467 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.50
18.   Sell Yourself, Not Your Products or Services by Bill Platt
    Sell yourself, not your products or services. The point we need to make is that your products and services will change over time as your business adapts to the realities of the marketplace.
    Distributed: 2012-01-02 00:00:00 | Word Count: 989 | Page Views: 5181 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.33
19.   How To Build a Strong and Powerful Business During a Recession by Trey McMartin
    During a recession, most business owners pull the reins on advertising budgets, fearful of what tomorrow might bring... Those who remain fearful have forgotten what made them the success they are today... They have forgotten that they have a God-given talent to overcome the incredible obstacles in their paths.
    Distributed: 2011-11-10 13:15:00 | Word Count: 987 | Page Views: 2894 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
20.   SEO Lessons from Local Businesses by Trey McMartin
    More than once in the six years that I have been providing SEO services for websites, I have had the opportunity to discuss with individual business owners their search engine optimization needs. Now and again, I run across an individual business owner who is quick to say that SEO is absolutely worthless. When confronted with such an absolute statement, I like to press for details. It has been my experience that people who speak in negative absolutes will have a horror story to share.
    Distributed: 2011-11-09 11:00:00 | Word Count: 945 | Page Views: 3538 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
21.   Where Will FDA Target Next? What IVD Manufacturers Should Know Before Their Next FDA Audit by Norm Howe
    Medical device manufacturers are always interested in knowing what FDA's next area of focus will be. Well, if you're an In Vitro Diagnostic manufacturer you might review your measurement systems.
    Distributed: 2011-09-12 10:15:00 | Word Count: 706 | Page Views: 537 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
22.   Online Fax - 10 Reasons To Get An Online Fax Service by Titus Hoskins
    Online faxing is the new more modern way to fax. If you or your company is not using an online fax service, here are 10 good reasons why you should get it.
    Distributed: 2011-09-12 08:00:00 | Word Count: 560 | Page Views: 542 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
23.   Best Effort Essential for the Job Interview by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    Interviewing will determine if you are the right person for the job. These tips will help you make the job interview a success.
    Distributed: 2011-07-30 08:00:00 | Word Count: 676 | Page Views: 632 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
24.   Go Green With Your Career Search by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    Many of the qualities of green living, like recycling and sustainability, can apply to a career search, even if the career is not directly associated with green industries.
    Distributed: 2011-07-28 08:00:00 | Word Count: 636 | Page Views: 2238 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
25.   ReCareer in the Second-half of Life by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    Many of us worked the first half of our life to "fit" the job description. ReCareering is about finding the right fit, being selective, being creative, being fulfilled and being intentional about how you spend your time.
    Distributed: 2011-07-26 08:00:00 | Word Count: 525 | Page Views: 2471 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.50
26.   Amendments to Construction Lien Law in New Jersey by Steven Nudelman, Esq
    Based on a report issued by the New Jersey Law Revision Commision, a revision to the Construction Lien Law was signed by Governor Christie in January, 2011.
    Distributed: 2011-07-25 10:15:00 | Word Count: 1136 | Page Views: 2661 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
27.   Up in the Air by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    When looking for work or changing careers, go beyond researching on the internet and reading articles. Find out how you can learn from the art of listening and having a conversation.
    Distributed: 2011-07-24 08:00:00 | Word Count: 678 | Page Views: 598 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
28.   Wealthy Salon/Spa Owners View Problems As an Opportunity To Grow, Struggling Salon/Spa Owners Don't! by Dan Lok
    Wealthy salon/spa owners focus their energies on growth and overcoming challenges, not on worrying about what others say or think.
    Distributed: 2011-07-07 10:00:00 | Word Count: 485 | Page Views: 2975 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
29.   Salon and Spa Owners: Which Monk Are You? by Dan Lok
    Too many salon and spa owners are carrying around a lot hurts, regrets, guilt, past failures and fears about the future. But no one is forcing you to carry these emotional rocks, so put that sack down!
    Distributed: 2011-07-05 10:00:00 | Word Count: 477 | Page Views: 2656 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.20
30.   The Single Most Profitable Day You Spend on Your Spa or Salon! by Dan Lok
    Salon and spa owners need to combine their marketing plan with marketing systems. A marketing calendar plans out strategies for a year, and is instrumental to the success of your spa or salon.
    Distributed: 2011-06-30 10:00:00 | Word Count: 470 | Page Views: 3182 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
31.   Corporate Business Gifts - Why Business Laptops Are The Perfect Corporate Gifts by Titus Hoskins
    Finding a good practical corporate business gift can be difficult, especially with so many choices out there. This article looks at some of the reasons why business laptops can be the perfect corporate gifts and why you should consider giving them.
    Distributed: 2011-06-29 08:00:00 | Word Count: 505 | Page Views: 723 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 1.00
32.   Wealthy Salon/Spa Owners Understand the Power of Their Words! by Dan Lok
    When struggling salon/spa owners start practicing and using the language of wealthy salon/spa owners they begin to experience a freedom that goes beyond current circumstance and have the freedom to reinvent their reality.
    Distributed: 2011-06-28 10:00:00 | Word Count: 480 | Page Views: 2589 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.00
33.   5 TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS by Paul Barton
    Effective communication skills: These five tips will help you put them to work for you.
    Distributed: 2011-06-24 10:15:00 | Word Count: 363 | Page Views: 905 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 4.00
34.   Attention Salon and Spa Owners: Do You Wake Up Thinking Life Sucks and Then You Die? by Dan Lok
    Struggling salon/spa owners need to realize and become aware that their contradictory thoughts are defeating them. Question: How often are you sending your mind contradictory thoughts instead of clear inspiring thoughts?
    Distributed: 2011-06-23 10:00:00 | Word Count: 384 | Page Views: 2108 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.00
35.   How Wealthy Salon/Spa Owners Develop The Wealth Mindset by DJ Richoux
    To become a wealthy salon/spa owner you have free yourself from the guilt of making money and a healthy profit. Start thinking and acting like wealthy salon/spa owner who is comfortable and relaxed around money.
    Distributed: 2011-06-21 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1058 | Page Views: 713 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
36.   Clients Want to Visit Spas and Salons Where People Know Their Name! by DJ Richoux
    Everybody wants to hear and read their name. Personalization is a powerful tactic when used properly in direct mail or postcards that can significantly increase your sales by attracting more clients to come to your spa or salon.
    Distributed: 2011-06-17 10:00:00 | Word Count: 585 | Page Views: 2189 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
37.   Wealthy Salon/Spa Owners Focus on What They Want! by Dan Lok
    I have talked to a lot of successful salon/spa owners or well as other successful business owners. There is a common thread in all their stories. Success leaves clues.
    Distributed: 2011-06-16 10:00:00 | Word Count: 610 | Page Views: 2484 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.20
38.   What Can Salon/Spa Owners Learn From an Italian Deli? by Dan Lok
    You are wondering what can I learn from an Italian deli on how to run my salon or spa? You can learn a lot from these three guys. See wealthy salon owners understand the same secret these three deli owners understand. That secret being they are not in deli business they are actually in the relationship business.
    Distributed: 2011-06-15 10:00:00 | Word Count: 467 | Page Views: 2125 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 2.25
39.   Wealthy Salon/Spa Owners Build Their Yes Muscle! by Dan Lok
    Struggling salon/spa owners are like a garden hose. They seem to be in chaos all the time with a hundred things going on all at once. They have no direction therefore no discipline. They spray their thoughts everywhere like a garden hose with the nozzle turned to mist. Their thoughts and actions have no focus or power as they vaporize into thin air.
    Distributed: 2011-06-14 10:00:00 | Word Count: 841 | Page Views: 2418 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
40.   Work Less - Make More by Scott Bywater
    Sometimes it's nice to look back and see how far we have come. Because your growth can sometimes be a bit like watching grass grow.
    Distributed: 2011-03-04 12:00:00 | Word Count: 413 | Page Views: 3028 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
41.   Achieve Your Goals With This Mind Trick by Scott Bywater
    Zig Ziglar had a quote which read: "An optimist is someone who goes after Moby Dick in a rowboat and takes the tartar source with him." And I wanted to take a moment to expand on that quote today, because metaphorically "Moby Dick" is the big dreams we are chasing. But how many of us really believe we will create them?
    Distributed: 2011-03-03 12:00:00 | Word Count: 332 | Page Views: 3011 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.75
42.   Motivation Theory by Scott Bywater
    Here's another Zig Ziglar quote I came across the other day: "People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily." Nice quote. And it really pulls on the fact that consistency is the key - that nothing just happens and lasts forever...
    Distributed: 2011-03-02 12:00:00 | Word Count: 277 | Page Views: 3013 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.40
43.   Success Leaves Clues by Scott Bywater
    Sometimes you can learn a lot from just watching what others are doing. After all, success leaves clues, right?
    Distributed: 2011-03-01 12:00:00 | Word Count: 334 | Page Views: 3100 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.00
44.   Types of Spill Containment Equipment by Rathi Niyogi
    When evaluating your spill containment equipment needs, you will find there are a wide variety of spill containment tools that are available for various applications. Let's start by looking at some typical spill containment applications.
    Distributed: 2010-12-23 10:15:00 | Word Count: 492 | Page Views: 2855 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
45.   The Top Four Introvert Marketing Strengths, As Rated by Introverts Themselves and the Public by Marcia Yudkin
    It's true that introverts will never grab center stage at a party, and they are not masterful at small talk. However, introverts have many other abilities that take them far in business, and it can make a huge difference to potential clients when those qualities are spotlighted in their marketing.
    Distributed: 2010-12-23 10:00:00 | Word Count: 529 | Page Views: 3156 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
46.   Shy People Are a Blessing by Dr Jeannette Kavanagh
    A person who is shy always comes across as having a charm that is singularly missing in most people. Instead of that often brash over-confident person who just loves the sound of her or his own voice, the shy person seems to live and breathe more softly.
    Distributed: 2010-12-22 11:00:00 | Word Count: 719 | Page Views: 3758 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
47.   Developing A Facility Response Plan To Comply With the EPA by Rathi Niyogi
    The EPA has been very proactive in requiring businesses, both large and small, to adhere to standards that prevent pollution activities through oil and chemical spills. The Oil Pollution Act is one example of resulting legislation that has come from Washington, D.C., and it requires businesses to file a Facility Response Plan (FRP) with the EPA.
    Distributed: 2010-12-21 11:15:00 | Word Count: 428 | Page Views: 2772 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
48.   Introverted Business Owners: Don't Believe These Three Myths About Introverts' Marketing Abilities by Marcia Yudkin
    If you know you're an introvert, you may believe you're at a huge disadvantage when it comes to marketing. Watch out for three myths that are harmful to a lot of introverts when it comes to marketing.
    Distributed: 2010-12-21 11:00:00 | Word Count: 697 | Page Views: 2951 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
49.   Create A Chemical Spill Response Plan by Rathi Niyogi
    While following all appropriate precautions significantly reduces the chance of a chemical spill, it is mandatory that any facility that uses chemicals or chemical agents in the course of production has a Chemical Spill Response Plan in place.
    Distributed: 2010-12-16 10:15:00 | Word Count: 515 | Page Views: 3366 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.50
50.   How to Work Well With Introverted Clients: Four Guidelines by Marcia Yudkin
    Introverts are reserved people who treasure their privacy, work most productively one-on-one and may need time and space for making decisions. Discover how to create the conditions for a great long-term relationship with introverted clients.
    Distributed: 2010-12-16 10:00:00 | Word Count: 595 | Page Views: 2899 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
51.   Public Speaking Skills: First Principle of Great Communication by Dr Jeannette Kavanagh
    We all need public speaking skills, even if it's only the skill of asking a question at a local meeting of the Parents and Teachers' Association. Over the years I have seen even very experienced public speakers forget the most basic principle of oral (spoken) communication.
    Distributed: 2010-12-15 11:00:00 | Word Count: 876 | Page Views: 2963 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.00
52.   List Building Tips For The Affiliate Marketer by Titus Hoskins
    List building is one simple marketing strategy any affiliate marketer can use to increase traffic and sales. But there are a few simple things you can do to make your list building and affiliate marketing much more effective, find out what they are by reading this article.
    Distributed: 2010-12-14 11:00:00 | Word Count: 762 | Page Views: 3264 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
53.   3-30-3 Rule of Online User Behaviour by Jamie Lee
    An effective sales funnel design is instrumental to maximising conversion. The average web visitor would give you a mere 3 seconds before deciding to press the Back button of his browser. If you succeed in capturing his attention, you gain an additional 30 seconds where he will evaluate your value proposition. Finally, you will have an additional 3 minutes to persuade him to perform a particular action.
    Distributed: 2010-12-14 10:45:00 | Word Count: 599 | Page Views: 3147 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
54.   Developing A Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plan by Rathi Niyogi
    If you operate a facility with above-ground oil storage capacity greater than 1,320 gallons using storage tanks, drums, containers, or utilize equipment that contains oil in excess of this amount, the EPA requires your facility to maintain a Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC).
    Distributed: 2010-12-14 10:30:00 | Word Count: 435 | Page Views: 2769 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.25
55.   Help Desk Software: Exploring Deployment Options by Clark Tanner
    IT professionals of today tend to have high expectations with regard to the software tools they use to track and manage their customer issues. Almost everyone who is researching Help Desk software is looking for the application that has the most powerful feature set at the best price.
    Distributed: 2010-12-14 10:15:00 | Word Count: 772 | Page Views: 2802 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
56.   Selling to Introverts: 10 Ways to Appeal to Introverts' Marketing Preferences by Marcia Yudkin
    Whether you're an introvert or an extrovert, you probably have an unthinking tendency to market to people the way you yourself prefer to be communicated with and treated. If your target audience resembles you, that approach succeeds. But if your target audience differs greatly from you, you're shooting yourself in the foot when you do that. Learn how this applies to selling to introverts.
    Distributed: 2010-12-14 10:00:00 | Word Count: 789 | Page Views: 3041 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.00
57.   Create Staggering Wealth With An Efficient Marketing Sales Funnel Process by Ryan Parenti
    Did you know a marketing sales funnel process can make you or break you? It's easy and you can make big bucks online quickly if you do this right.
    Distributed: 2010-12-09 11:45:00 | Word Count: 1175 | Page Views: 2489 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.67
58.   Use Online Fax To Lower Your Faxing Costs by Titus Hoskins
    These days every company is looking for ways to save money and cut operating expenses. Read this article to discover why using an online fax service can be a great money saver for any individual or business.
    Distributed: 2010-12-09 11:00:00 | Word Count: 491 | Page Views: 2582 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
59.   How to Improve Your Online Marketing Results by Jamie Lee
    Several factors are integral in determining your advertising campaign success and conversion rates. A good frame work to assess your campaign would be to base it on the 40-40-20 rule.
    Distributed: 2010-12-09 10:30:00 | Word Count: 788 | Page Views: 2363 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
60.   Maintaining Adequate Spill Containment Systems In The Workplace by Rathi Niyogi
    A work area spill of toxic or hazardous agents can be a scary state for all concerned. The natural impulse for nearly all people when they recognize a discharge happening is to do their best to intervene and try to rectify the problem themselves. Unfortunately, this is nearly always the incorrect course of action...
    Distributed: 2010-12-09 10:15:00 | Word Count: 543 | Page Views: 2873 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
61.   Marketing to Introverts: Seven Marketing Pitches That Leave Introverts Cold by Marcia Yudkin
    Unlike extroverts, who thrive on social interaction, introverts recharge their batteries by being alone. They tend to be more private, quiet and to-the-point than extroverts. Here are seven types of marketing pitches that are common in Internet marketing - and elsewhere - that leave introverts cold.
    Distributed: 2010-12-09 10:00:00 | Word Count: 822 | Page Views: 2839 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
62.   Disaster Preparedness | Safeguarding Your Most Valuable Assets - Company Knowledge by Anne Sych
    Nobody likes to have to think about disaster preparedness, and many do not give thought to safeguarding 'company knowledge', but among other tangible catastrophic losses, it can mean the difference between your business making it or going under when a disastrous event occurs.
    Distributed: 2010-12-08 10:00:00 | Word Count: 428 | Page Views: 2483 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
63.   Marketing for Introverts: Is an Online Business the Cure-All? by Marcia Yudkin
    Is an online business is the most suitable earning situation for introverts? Not necessarily. Find out why it may be a poor idea for an introvert to use their computer as a shield against face-to-face interaction.
    Distributed: 2010-12-07 11:45:00 | Word Count: 412 | Page Views: 2670 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.33
64.   Get Paid Like An Expert By Developing A USP (Unique Selling Proposition) by Ryan Parenti
    Want to get paid more for doing the same amount of work? Simply develop a USP to get paid like an expert. Here is how you make more money now...
    Distributed: 2010-12-02 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1108 | Page Views: 2492 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 2.00
65.   Work From Home With Internet Marketing For Online Businesses by Ryan Parenti
    Internet marketing for online businesses is easy if you have the correct internet marketing strategies. But first a word of warning. Most people who consider themselves internet marketers are simply lacking any real business vision.
    Distributed: 2010-11-30 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1145 | Page Views: 2835 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
66.   Retire From Your Job With This Internet Business Training Program by Ryan Parenti
    The possibilities with information marketing are limitless - it's up to you whether you want a five, six or even seven figure income. Whichever appeals to you most - it is ALL more than possible with information publishing.
    Distributed: 2010-11-23 10:00:00 | Word Count: 852 | Page Views: 2157 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.50
67.   Building Brand Identity - Monitoring the Numbers by Enzo F. Cesario
    Metrics are an important part of any online branding and advertising strategy. A metric is a unit of information used to gauge or measure the statistics that are coming in. Views per week is a metric, as is growth in views from week to week. The number of subscribers to a site might be important to one user, but less important than reciprocal linking rates to another. Given the sheer number of metrics out there, it comes as no surprise that many tools for gathering and evaluating the raw data that feeds into such metrics have been developed. Here are a few.
    Distributed: 2010-11-22 12:00:00 | Word Count: 878 | Page Views: 2350 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
68.   Cut the Crap - Avoiding the Trap of Crap Content by Enzo F. Cesario
    What exactly is "crappy" content? The short and almost tautological answer is "content that people don't like," but simply saying that doesn't get a writer anywhere. There are many kinds of crappy content, each with its own unique reasons for being a dull and uninteresting lump rather than a well-polished gem of online commentary.
    Distributed: 2010-11-18 10:30:00 | Word Count: 887 | Page Views: 2581 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.33
69.   How To Sell Your Products Online And Cash In On What May Be The Only Recession Proof Industry by Ryan Parenti
    Tens of thousands of people all over the globe are quietly cashing in on what may be the only recession proof industry -- at the very least it's one of few industries maintaining consistent and enormous growth!
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70.   Introvert Marketing: Success Models May Help You Attract Business Your Own Way by Marcia Yudkin
    Many people assume that successful people are by definition extroverts. That's untrue. When you look more closely and carefully, you can see many introverts succeeding in public life and in business. To join their ranks, find a success model or two and learn from them.
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71.   Brand Management - Retweets and Viral Marketing by Enzo F. Cesario
    Twitter's strengths as a messaging service come from the fact that the messages are short, and the service is easy to use. Twitter is actually easier to use than many instant-messaging clients, and doesn't even require an install on a computer. An example of these basic concepts is the retweet, which is sending a tweet one likes or approves of to her list of followers. Retweets account for a lot of Twitter traffic, and form a major part of the site's ability to promote viral content. If a retweet gathers enough steam, it can make the rounds of the entire web in a matter of minutes.
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72.   3 Cutting Edge Steps Show You The Real Way To Make Money Online by Ryan Parenti
    Tens of thousands of people all over the globe are quietly cashing in on what may be the only recession proof industry -- at the very least it's one of few industries maintaining consistent and enormous growth! These people... well, these are just regular folks who have decided they want some extra income and have turned to information publishing for profit (staggering profit). Here is how they do it.
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73.   Introvert Marketing: How Reserved Can Also Mean Revered by Marcia Yudkin
    Many people believe introverts are wallflowers who have no power to attract people to them. In fact, there are numerous ways that introverted business owners can have magnetism. The two keys are knowing yourself and building an authentic reputation upon that foundation.
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74.   Which Is Better, Affiliate Marketing Or Network Marketing? by Marty Bradfield
    You may be surprised at the number of online publishers and forum communities that prohibit the discussion of MLM and network marketing opportunities... There are two primary reasons why mainstream online marketers do not want to talk about either one...
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75.   Giving While You're Living, Or When You're Dead Instead? by Lee Hale
    Over the years, there have been many opinions and thoughts as to the legitimacy of Cash Gifting as a viable and honest means of generating cash. But at the heart of Cash Gifting is a fundamental principle that is often overlooked and convoluted with greed and the love of money. This principle is quite simple...
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76.   Bloodborne Pathogens For Nonhealthcare Settings by Rathi Niyogi
    Hospitals and health care facilities have a great deal of practice at handling incidents where employees may be exposed to bloodborne pathogens. However, if you're not working in a health care setting, chances are your employees aren't as experienced in bloodborne pathogen incidents. Here are some tips to help prevent exposure incidents at your facility:
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77.   Marketing Tip: Why Most Network Marketers Fail by Marty Bradfield
    97% of all MLMers and Network Marketers fail... Why? I will break it down for you in this article, and then I will show you how you can overcome the challenges that you must overcome to be successful in this industry...
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78.   Marketing Tip: There Is A Time For Selling And A Time For Closing The Sale by Marty Bradfield
    Most commercial webmasters enter the online sales process at a great disadvantage... The disadvantage is that they have never worked in sales, nor have they studied the fine art of copy writing... Many webmasters spend a considerable amount of time second-guessing themselves about when and where to ask for the sale...
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79.   Chemical Protective Garments - Tyvek by Rathi Niyogi
    Over time, you'll see a number of blogs here on chemical protective garments - mostly because there's a lot to say about them. This particular article is about Tyvek garments.
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80.   Blog Posts Versus Email - Which is Better for Marketing? by Judy Murdoch
    Up until fairly recently, when you wanted to keep in touch with customers and prospects, you used email to send periodic messages to people who opted-in to receive your mailings. People are suggesting that with the rise of blogging, that the death knell of email is upon us. This article will consider the demise of opt-in email as the best way to communicate with your customers.
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81.   Marketing for Introverts: Ignore the Shoulds and Blaze Your Own Trail by Marcia Yudkin
    If you're an introvert in business, should you force yourself to market in a way that doesn't match who you are? No! Find out why.
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82.   Marketing Tip: Success Relies Upon The Relationships You Create by Marty Bradfield
    There is one factor above all others that will determine your ability to be successful on the Internet... That's one factor is your ability to create, develop, and maintain good relationships with other people...
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83.   How to Evaluate the Quality of a Dietary Supplement by Norm Howe
    So, you've found a Dietary Supplement that exactly fits your special need. The information on the supplier's website appears to be consistent with everything that you've read and heard, and now you're ready to buy. But there are questions on your mind. "What is the quality of this product that I'm buying?" you ask. "Can I really trust this supplier?"
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84.   Is This Such A Thing As An Info Product in a Day? by Judy Murdoch
    There are lots of books and programs promising you that you can "create a product in a day." You can create a product that you can sell to customers in the time it takes to, say, get your car washed, go to the post office, get through your email, and fix dinner. How totally cool would that be?
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85.   Follow The Experts Who Do What They Teach by Willie Crawford
    As I'm sure that you realize, not all online marketing experts are the same. Some are only interested in your money, and they know that the quickest and easiest way to get it is to sell you "the dream." Many so-called experts have never done what they teach. They come online, survey the landscape, and decide that teaching is easier than doing.
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86.   Marketing for Introverts: Must We Impersonate Extroverts? by Marcia Yudkin
    Introverts need not pretend to be extroverts to succeed in business. Reclaiming your personality and building a marketing infrastructure that respects your personal strengths requires knowing yourself and trusting that people are out there who will appreciate you as you are at your best.
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87.   Brand Management - 5 Opt-in Methods by Enzo F. Cesario
    A big aid to the success of any online business is those customers paying attention to the site and its messages, including e-mail and newsletters. People who are following your progress on a regular basis are receiving more exposure to your product, and are more likely in the end to purchase the services or item you're selling than someone who just chances across your site. Thus there is an increasing focus on the opt-in method of list building. Here is a handful of opt-in methods that can be employed to begin building that list.
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88.   The ANSI Standard - Operation and Maintenance by Rathi Niyogi
    OSHA regulations set out where eyewash stations should be and when they are required; they do not provide operating requirements. However, some state-level health and safety regulations specifically incorporate the ANSI standard and so make the provisions of the standard a regulatory requirement.
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89.   Marketing Tip: Connecting With Your Target Market by Marty Bradfield
    I am forever amazed at the responses I get, when I ask online marketers who is in their target market... Everyone? Really? In this article, I use a touch of humor to open your eyes to the real answer behind that question, and later in the article, I show you how to quickly and easily reveal your true target audience...
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90.   How To Profit From Really Inexpensive Website Traffic by Willie Crawford
    All online marketers eventually realize that a steady flow of targeted traffic is the very life's blood of their online business. At that point some decide to focus on generating free traffic via methods such as article marketing and search engine optimization. That's how I generated most of my website traffic for many years.
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91.   Marketing Tip: Buying Leads And Lead Generation Is Tough by Marty Bradfield
    There are a lot of industries where business people rely upon buying leads to drive new business for them... For example: colleges and other schools, insurance agents, real estate professionals, mortgage brokers, and network marketers are constantly buying leads to find new prospects...
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92.   Stop Stressing - Do, Defer, Delegate by Larry Tobin
    Sometimes the problem that we're dealing with isn't necessarily a matter of the stress itself, but rather the way we're approaching it. Fortunately, this also means that we can correct those same problems that we've made. What we need to learn to do is analyze, categorize and prioritize our efforts.
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93.   5 Reasons to Hire a Ghost Producer for Your Video Content by Enzo F. Cesario
    When it comes to producing an online video component, such as a webisode series or informational campaign, it might be time to hire such an expert to ghost-produce your materials. Ghost-production is the development of materials that will go out solely under the brand name, without necessarily attributing the creator in the process. As this article will discuss, there are many advantages in this approach for all involved.
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94.   Retire From Your Full Time Job With The Best Internet Business To Start by Ryan Parenti
    Do you know how many people are quietly earning a six or seven figure income from information publishing? People like you who are earning it from the comfort of their spare room, with no employees, no overhead and almost pure profit?
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95.   Confined Space Rescue Teams - In-House or Outside? by Rathi Niyogi
    When you have permit-required confined spaces at your facility, you are required to establish procedures for how a worker is rescued from the space in the event of an injury or accident. Basically, there are two options for rescue: use in-house personnel to rescue the worker by entering the confined space and use outside emergency personnel to rescue workers. Learn more...
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96.   Do Nice Guys Fail In Internet Marketing For Online Businesses? by Ryan Parenti
    The truth is if you want to build a real business, it needs to be scalable. Here are the lessons learned from that fatal day and the take aways you can use to build your business the right way.
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97.   Marketing Tip: A Google Adwords Strategy That Makes More Cents by Marty Bradfield
    My online associates frequently give me a hard time, trying to convince me that I give away far too much free information... They tell me that I should keep more of my more profitable strategies to myself -- well, at least between us anyway... LOL
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98.   4 Step Checklist For Online Marketing Success by Bill Platt
    Many online business owners want to make the process of developing a successful online business harder than it needs to be... The truth is that a simple 4-step checklist can lead anyone to online profits:
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99.   How To Out-Socialize The Gurus On Twitter And Other Social Media by Marty Bradfield
    Social media has long been touted as the latest and greatest Internet marketing tool that will bring new people to any online business seeking new customers... For most online marketers, the social media environment appears over-hyped and ineffective... But, this article will show you how to find real success with social media marketing...
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100.   Success in Business is Easier – if You Can Live Without This by Scott Bywater
    It's no secret that acknowledgement is something we crave more than anything else. In fact, I've heard that acknowledgement is sometimes more important than money when it comes to running a team.
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101.   Direct Mail: Why Business Owners Don’t Use It by Scott Bywater
    Want to know why most business owners don't do direct mail even though it's probably one of the most effective marketing methods? Well, there's two reasons:
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102.   Never Be a Cheap Date by Scott Bywater
    Up until the last couple of years, I used to give my time away freely. In fact, I would spend up to an hour on the phone with people who had not even paid me a cent. It was frustrating and it was annoying - because while a certain percentage of those people did move forward, there was a lot of time wasted dealing with those who wanted to pick my brain at no charge. That was when I got smart.
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103.   Why Sales Without Marketing is DUMB by Scott Bywater
    I remember when I first started out in sales I used to set up a meeting and I would get there and the person sitting across from me would be like: "Well, convince me" ... and I would be like a telemarketer on steroids trying to show them why I had the best solution in the world for them. Can you relate?
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104.   How To Cope Better When Crappy Stuff Happens by Scott Bywater
    Sometimes stuff happens that we don't expect - in business and in life. How will you cope with the next unexpected problem or disaster?
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105.   Overcome Sales Objections Fast - Just Do This by Scott Bywater
    On Saturday, I went to a bike shop with my family to purchase a new bike for my son who is now so very proud that he can ride his bike. The salesman overcome all of our objections in less than 30 seconds... Learn how...
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106.   Write Winning Headlines While You Sleep? by Scott Bywater
    Want to get an extra 6-8 hours of productivity every day? Then try this little trick...
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107.   Brand Management - Four Ways to Cross Pollinate Your Blog by Enzo F. Cesario
    While using single marketing tools can be revolutionary and powerful, combining multiple tools really brings out the best in each tool. The same holds true of an online branding campaign. Each tool can accomplish a different task, of course, but they all must be used in the service of brand promotion and name recognition if the campaign is to succeed. Part of good online branding is building an audience for your blog. In order to do this, you must take advantage of tools such as Facebook, Twitter and other social media networks if you want to build your audience steadily and profitably.
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108.   Not Your Grandfather’s Press Release by Enzo F. Cesario
    Sometimes the various means of branding a business overlap. Blogs, video archives, promotional pages, the online press room and press releases all seem to bleed into each other without distinction. So what is it that makes any one element distinct? Press releases have their clue in their name; they are released to other locations in order to get information out to a wider audience than a brand's own immediate readership. When that is considered, the various ways a press release can be leveraged to capture that audience become much more evident.
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109.   Online Brand Marketing - 4 Ways to Use Social Media in Promotions by Enzo F. Cesario
    Social media marketing has earned its place as one of the fastest-growing, most competitive marketing fields in the history of advertising. The best social media tools combine simplicity with an extensive reach, allowing messages to target thousands of people in seconds, thus serving as an outstanding tool of brand promotion. Briefly, here are a few of the more interesting and simple ways you can use social media to arrange a short-term promotion for your brand.
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110.   Building Brand Identity: How Wikipedia Defines Branding Success by Enzo F. Cesario
    It is instructive and inspiring to take a look at the people who have succeeded in your field. Whether it's an attempt to learn from their mistakes and victories or just a pause to reflect on the admirable accomplishments of another, studying the work of those who've set the benchmark can inspire reflection and spur us on to greater heights.
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111.   Creative Conjuring for Your Writing Team by Enzo F. Cesario
    Let us suppose for a moment that you have made the decision to hire a permanent, in-house writing team as opposed to seeking out writers on a more per-contract basis. Now that you've got them, what's the best way to maximize their creativity? Have a look at a handful of techniques that have been demonstrated to help spur productivity and creativity in your writers.
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112.   In or Out - Choosing the Content Service for Your Brand by Enzo F. Cesario
    It's only a bit of an exaggeration to describe the debate over in-house writers vs. an outside content service as "raging." For any organization dedicated to producing written content as part of its brand, it is an important matter that eventually will need to be addressed. Each method, of course, has its advantages and disadvantages; there are no quick answers. But here are some considerations that should make the decision a little easier:
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113.   Online Brand Management - Deliver the Best of Your Brand with an Online Newsletter by Enzo F. Cesario
    Emailed newsletters have the benefit of requiring fewer resources, going out faster, reaching a wider audience with less effort and being easier to correct if a mistake slips in. However, many of them end up being ignored just as much as their physical counterpart. Here are several tips for making sure that even a newsletter can have the desired effect and reach audiences with the message you want them to get.
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114.   The Fastest Way To Reducing Residential Energy Demand by V Rory Jones and Stephen Malloy
    How do you get a consumer to take action? Of course, you make it in their overwhelming interest to act, and you enable them with guidance and a few tools. Clearly, if you have an outcome in mind, it is critical to understand what is actually in the consumer's best interest, and to arrange motivators to deliver the desired action.
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115.   Why Ker-chunk Needs to Proceed Ker-ching by Judy Murdoch
    This morning I was working with a client who was feeling some frustration around defining the niche for their business: "Why is picking a niche so hard?" my client wanted to know.
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116.   How Much Is Too Much To Pay For SEO? by Kurt D. Lynn
    A practical guide on in determining the value of SEO services or doing it yourself.
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117.   The Photocopier,The Firewall and Google by Jennifer Robinson
    China, following on from its censorship of the Internet, has identified photocopiers in Tibet as a potential threat to the state... Continue reading to get the details of this odd story...
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118.   Online Brand Management - Follow the Tweeter by Enzo F. Cesario
    No one with any degree of sanity can safely dismiss the impact of Twitter. Everyone of note is using it, as are about half the people who aren't of note. Other social media services may have equal popularity, but none has changed the fundamental way people communicate as much as this little service that forces them to compress their thoughts into 140 characters or less.
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119.   The Future of the Office Photocopier Industry by Jennifer Robinson
    Since Xerox first invented and sold the first commercial photocopy machine companies and organisations have paid for use of the machine on a cost per copy basis. This has traditionally included full maintainance and toner supplied under a service agreement. In-fact the office photocopier is unique in the fact its one of the only pieces of equipment that comes without a warranty from new. But photocopier expert Online Connect UK claim all that is about to change.
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120.   Guerrilla Marketing: About Love Not War by Judy Murdoch
    "Guerrilla Marketing" is a term coined by Jay Conrad Levinson in his 1984 book: Guerrilla Marketing: Secrets for Making Big Profits for Your Small Business. The term is a spin on "Guerrilla Warfare," war tactics used by small, often indigenous armies fighting larger, better equipped invaders.
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121.   Almost There - YouTube and Social Networking by Enzo F. Cesario
    Part of innovation is the combination of ideas. The telephone wasn't strictly a new concept; electrical transmission of messages existed in the telegraph, and the transmission of recorded sound existed in the phonograph. Combining these two technologies is what led to the telephone. This is also the path much of the Web seems bent on taking, combining and integrating services, and YouTube seems to be no exception.
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122.   Building Brand Identity: The Shining Success of Penny Arcade by Enzo F. Cesario
    As brands go, few are as successful as Penny Arcade. Begun in 1998 as a web comic focused on videogame culture as seen through the eyes of the writer and artist, it has grown into a cultural touchstone and an example of how a brand can develop from humble roots into a true powerhouse.
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123.   Xerox Follow Apple on the Comeback Trail by Jennifer Robinson
    In many ways the companies share similar fortunes. Apple (founded by Steve Jobs, Stephen Wozniak, Ronald Wayne) produced the first successful personal computer with a graphical operating system. Xerox (founded by Chester Carlson, Joseph C Wilson) were the inventors of Xerography (later called the photocopier).
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124.   Online Fax Solutions For Your Small Home Business by Titus Hoskins
    Anyone operating a small business or home office will know you have to keep a close watch on your operating expenses. These expenses can balloon out of control and eat into your profits. Here is one solution concerning online fax.
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125.   How To Earn An Online Living As A Writer by Willie Crawford
    Since 1996 I've written over 1600 articles. These articles have provided me with a decent living in numerous ways. Here is how I've used the articles that I've written:
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126.   Plagiarism Detection: How to Win Against Thieves Who Steal Your Articles by Royce Tivel
    Take these 5 specific steps to detect plagiarism and nuke unlawful publication of your online content. These 5 steps can also be used to remove content taken, without your permission, from your ezine publication, web site, or blog posts.
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127.   The Most Commonly Overlooked Consideration That Impacts the Cost of Faxing Services by David R. Meister
    As organizations assess the efficiency and effectiveness of their fax solutions, it is more critical than ever that the evaluation be comprehensive. The most obvious consideration is cost. But the advertised price of a faxing product or service tells only part of the story.
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128.   5 Types Of Titles That Can Get More People To Read Your Article by Lee Dobbins
    In today's fast paced world where visitors take only about 4 seconds to scan a webpage, you are competing with thousands of other article writers so you need to write a compelling title that draws in readers like a magnet so that your article stands out from the crowd. Here are 5 different types of titles that are sure to get more people "clicking in" to read your article:
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129.   Maximizing Profits by Lowering Health Care Costs in an Obamacare Society by Thayne Carper
    Health care costs are a growing concern amongst small and large business owners throughout America. The cost of medicine in the United States is out of control. Because of the rising health care costs, employers are forced to reduce bonuses, reduce spending, and sometimes layoff employees, which increases stress.
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130.   Dealing with Uncertainty in Marketing by Judy Murdoch
    So often a business owner will say to me that they "hate" marketing. If you are a small business owner who "hates" marketing or even feels a sense of uneasiness when you contemplate marketing for your business, this article is dedicated to you.
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131.   In Their Own Way: Stories of Online Branding Success by Enzo F. Cesario
    Here are a few web branding success stories. These are not the names that are usually thrown about, like YouTube or Facebook. Rather, these are people who have developed a niche success in their own field, and have become world-famous brands in their own way, and their own time.
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132.   Cloud Computing: Does Your Business Belong in 'The Cloud'? by Anne Sych
    The 'Cloud' has rolled in and by all accounts is here to stay, but is it really the magic bullet for most businesses and is it right for you? And are all clouds the same? Here's what you need to know about computing in 'the Cloud'.
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133.   Do You Want to Say Goodbye to Penny-Pinchers? by Scott Bywater
    Let me tell you a story from my early days in business about the importance of getting the right customers.
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134.   Business Lessons from the Soccer World Cup by Scott Bywater
    Here's what's interesting: at half-time I was listening to the commentators and they said something which I found interesting...
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135.   Why Attracting Web Site Traffic is Overrated by Scott Bywater
    One of the big things which sells online is information on how to get more traffic. And while that is obviously important, I believe it is given far more importance than it should.
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136.   Never Underestimate The Real Power Of Long-Tail Keywords by Hunter Waterhouse
    The Mayday Update was primarily focused on changing how Long-Tail Search Queries were handled by Google... In this article, I discuss what Mayday changed, and how to optimize for the new Google...
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137.   My Opinion on Google Adwords by Scott Bywater
    Over the past 5 or 6 years I have made some pretty good cash-flow out of google adwords.
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138.   Can Our Dreams Be Our Teachers? by Scott Bywater
    A recent dream awoke lessons in my heart...
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139.   Relocate to Dallas: High Value Real Estate, High Quality Living by Darrell Self
    Buying or renting a home in Dallas means moving to a city with a lower cost of living than the national average, high real estate values, and superior educational and health options. Served by an international airport and characterized by ethnic diversity, Dallas is an excellent relocation choice.
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140.   Saving Time and Money Working with a Real Estate Buyer's Agent by Darrell Self
    Consumers interested in residential real estate too often make the mistake of answering a "homes for sale" ad rather than carefully hiring a buyer's agent to protect their interests and to help them make the best purchase for their needs, tastes, and finances.
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141.   Online Fax - What Is An Internet or Online Fax Provider? by Titus Hoskins
    While online faxing has become very popular, there are still many people wondering just what exactly is an online fax provider? Just how does this new way of web faxing work? Read to find out...
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142.   What Marketing Do You REALLY Need Right Now? by Judy Murdoch
    Many small business owners I talk to always seem to be playing catch up when it comes to their marketing. Last week when I told a small business owner that she was doing a good job with her marketing, she replied "Oh, but I have so much to do!" in an apologetic tone. Listening to her I felt sad. I mean who the heck laid down these requirements that a small business has to have so much in place so fast?
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143.   Building Inroads: the Inclusive Path to Branding by Enzo F. Cesario
    Brand success is no longer the sole domain of those with the money to employ creative teams and retain advertising firms, but an open territory for any willing to seize the initiative and do the work.
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144.   Building Brand Identity - New Tools Demand New Methods by Enzo F. Cesario
    Military students often learn of a certain mistake that a commander can make: fighting last year's war with this year's tools. The lesson is that it may not work to use the newest techniques and technologies as a way to do the same old thing more effectively, when the answer instead might be using new tools to foster an entirely new approach. The concept holds true in many fields, especially in the discipline of social media marketing.
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145.   Increasing ROI by Improving Business Sustainability in a Cash-Strapped Economy by Thayne Carper
    During times of economic uncertainty and staggering consumer confidence levels, companies seek alternative measures to increase business sustainability. Businesses incur additional costs to cover operational expenses; however, companies unintentionally waste their revenue on excess supplies and inefficient policies.
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146.   How to Get Great Traffic to Your Website by David O Connell
    This covers pay per click, pay per action such as form fills and lead generation, and even alternative forms of paid traffic such as pay per tweet or pay per 1000 impressions types.
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147.   Keys to Attracting Win-Win Strategic Alliances by Judy Murdoch
    The most potent marketing strategy for any small business owner is not a great website, or lots of Facebook friends, or a killer networking plan. The marketing strategy that will get you faster and farther than anything else put together is developing strategic alliances with other businesses so you can promote each others products and services.
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148.   Online Marketing: Can You Achieve SEO with a WordPress Site? by Paul Marshall
    Online marketing consulting wisdom now recognizes that sites built with content management or "blog" software like WordPress are indistinguishable from any other website. Additionally, the software can provide unique and powerful SEO tools.
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149.   Send Fax Online - Just How Is It Done? by Titus Hoskins
    For those still using the old traditional fax machine in the office, online faxing may seem somewhat puzzling - just how do you send a fax online? Read to find out how it is done and why your company should probably be using it.
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150.   Social Media Marketing Agencies by Enzo F. Cesario
    Marketing has its own experts, for every conceivable aspect. Fairly new to the field of brand marketing, but establishing a firm foothold all the same, is the social media marketing agency. They offer specific advantages in their expertise that a more general agency might not fully grasp, and are worth a look for anyone serious about developing their brand into an online powerhouse.
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151.   How to Avoid Four Surefire Ways to Kill Your Brand by Enzo F. Cesario
    There are no guarantees of success when developing a modern brand. Brands are driven as much by the customer as they are by the originator, and the customer doesn't always want what's being sold. What follows are four ways you can miss the point, and some advice for avoiding them.
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152.   How To Meet Or Exceed The Estimated MPG On Your Vehicle by Butch Taft
    Most of us simply cannot run down to the local car dealer and buy a brand new, highly fuel-efficient hybrid car. Somehow, we just have to make the best of what we have available to us. In this article, I am going to assume that you are just like me, and I am going to assume you need to figure out how to get the best gas mileage out of the vehicle you have in your driveway. So, what can YOU do TODAY to reduce your cost of driving from here to there and back?
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153.   VoIP Phone Systems - The Future Is in Your Hands by Steve Dublim
    Year by year, a new gadget or gizmo is introduced in telephone technology. From mobile phones, to text messaging, to smart phones and beyond, telephones have evolved into a brilliant means of multi-faceted communication. VoIP phone systems (stands for Voice over Internet Protocol) have changed the way businesses - both large and small - communicate. Affordable, portable and easy to use, VoIP technology is the phone of the future.
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154.   Business Turnaround: Locate and Isolate the Root Causes of Your Company's Problems by Thayne Carper
    When seeking business turnaround, one of the first things you need to do is to determine the root causes of your economic woes. Your company may have financial problems for a plethora of reasons, which your business turnaround plan will have to consider.
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155.   Delivering Effective Performance Feedback - Simple Steps for Success by Andria L. Corso
    Delivering performance feedback does not need to be difficult. Follow the guidelines and feedback delivery model outlined in this article and you will create a more simple and effective process to deliver effective performance feedback.
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156.   Building Brand Identity - Marketing With Twitter by Enzo F. Cesario
    Twitter, the net's networking success story, is intriguing and intimidating because of its message limitations: they can be 140 characters, and no more. These limitations have proven to be the greatest asset and the greatest challenge for people trying to use Twitter for any number of purposes.
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157.   Built-in Trust: Increase Sales Exponentially with a New Breed of Strategic Partnerships by Joseph Skursky
    Wouldn't it be nice if you could bypass the competition and get in front of hundreds of qualified prospects who are looking forward to talking with you? No cold-calling or expensive advertising. No sales calls to people who don't understand what you do or the value of it. No waiting months for people to decide whether to trust you or not. What would that do to your sales cycle? Your revenue? Your profit margins? Let's talk about a way you can accomplish this.
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158.   Lessons From Sport and Alan Jones by Scott Bywater
    I was flicking through the newspaper on the weekend when I came across an article about Alan Jones. The article covered a number of things, but there were a couple of things which stood out.
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159.   The Problem With Business Planning by Scott Bywater
    If you go to a conventional business seminar, you are going to get the following advice: Write a business plan Do a swot analysis A competitor analysis etc. etc. And I can see why so many people are held back from starting a business. But I have another approach. A simper approach.
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160.   Brand Management - Four Options for Focusing Your Newsletter by Enzo F. Cesario
    Building on precious lessons of newsletter writing, this article highlights specific ways that a newsletter can be turned from a seemingly redundant tangent into a valuable marketing tool that speaks for itself while supporting the organization's core mission.
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161.   The Better Mousetrap Myth by Scott Bywater
    Most people think the value lies in the thing...the new gadget the book the newsletter the course. That if they simply build a better mousetrap, they'll find overnight wealth. But it's simply not true.
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162.   Take Time Out To THINK by Scott Bywater
    Yesterday I put some time aside for me to gain CLARITY. ... after all, once you get clear on something, things begin happening.
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163.   7 Tips to Be a Successful Online Marketer by Titus Hoskins
    Online Marketing... there's no life like it - be your own boss, set your own hours, work at home or anywhere in the world for that matter. What more could you ask for? So here are my 7 Tips for becoming a Successful Online Marketer.
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164.   The Online Fax Revolution: Have Fax Will Travel by Titus Hoskins
    Online fax services are truly revolutionary if you consider how they have changed the modern workplace. But there are many more reasons why online faxing has revolutionized our working lives - read to discover these reasons and why you or your company should be using online fax.
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165.   A False Economy I NO LONGER Practice Do You? by Willie Crawford
    Many of us go out and buy some of the best software and hardware tools available. We read about some tool that could easily DOUBLE our business, or TRIPLE our productivity, so we wisely purchase it. After the purchase is made, the whole process goes sideways...
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166.   Online Brand Management: Optimizing Facebook by Enzo F. Cesario
    We've previously discussed the Web's amazing tendency to take very good ideas and adapt them to techniques largely unrelated to their original intent. Search engines rate all websites based on their internal criteria, and this increasingly includes Social Media pages such as Facebook. With that in mind, let's consider five key ways you can apply SEO techniques to Facebook in order to drive interest.
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167.   The Perspective of Dawn by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    For years, I have been a night owl as opposed to an early bird. I embrace beautiful sunsets, bur rarely, on purpose, strive to witness a glorious sunrise. Recently while on a Caribbean cruise, with Diane Ackerman's book in hand, I challenged myself to be an early riser to discover the beauty of sunrise rather than my standard, sunset. It was a chance to try a different perspective. And, it was rather enjoyable.
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168.   List Building - Is It Still Relevant On Today's Web? by Titus Hoskins
    List building has always been a popular marketing technique used by online marketers and webmasters. But given all the changes, is list building still relevant on today's web? Read to find out more...
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169.   Cost Reduction: Cutbacks Are Unavoidable by Thayne Carper
    Good cost reduction means you must slash your expenses and costs when possible, provided that this does not affect your product quality or harm your operations. There are numerous approaches to cutting expenses, and you cost reduction plan must identify where you can save money.
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170.   Online Brand Management: Brand Protection Basics by Enzo F. Cesario
    One of the greatest strengths of the Web is that it gives everyone with a connection the ability to publish content, period. Anyone can register domain names and build attendant webpages, often for what amounts to a pittance. Naturally, this flexibility has attracted the attention of people with less than honest motives for their efforts. Here we share three common hazards and their solutions for safeguarding your brand.
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171.   The Top Ten Mistakes Made in Job Interviews and How to Avoid Them by Cecile Peterkin
    A job interview is your chance to shine. Now that you've been given this opportunity, it's critical that you don't waste it. Here are the top ten mistakes made in job interviews and how to avoid them.
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172.   Online Fax Services - How Do They Work? by Titus Hoskins
    Online fax services are popular forms of cloud computing which many savvy business owners have fully embraced. But just what is an online fax service and how does it work? Read to find out...
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173.   Online Brand Protection: Don't Get Crazy by Enzo F. Cesario
    It is true that there are people out there who intend to misuse and abuse brand associations that others worked hard to create, and there are steps to take to limit them. However, there is such a thing as overzealousness. Attempting to outright control the Web is an exercise in folly, and we provide a clear example of when going too far can go wrong.
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174.   My New Top 10 Free Website Traffic Generation Methods - Part 1 by Willie Crawford
    In 2008, I wrote an ebook that revealed my most effective methods of generating free website traffic. As online conditions and technologies change, I feel it's now time to update that ebook. However, instead of revealing my new top 10 free website traffic generation methods in ebook format, I'm going to do it in a 10-part article series.
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175.   Business Turnaround: Stabilize Your Environment with Positive Cash Management by Thayne Carper
    A good business turnaround requires you to stabilize your environment; without this step, your business will likely remain unprofitable.  Maintaining both a positive cash balance and abiding by a smart budget is vital. 
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176.   Conducting Effective Career Aspiration Discussions with Employees by Andria L. Corso
    Enhance your talent management and development programs through conducting career aspiration discussions with your employees. Find out where they want to grow their career to determine if it matches your business needs. This will enable you to differentiate your employee development to grow the future leaders of your company.
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177.   Hitting Your Stride: Four Keys to Timing Your Blog by Enzo F. Cesario
    There are a number of important factors that go into the production of a first-class blog. One that many people wrestle with is how often should the thing be updated. Innocuous as it sounds, post frequency is actually vital to the success of any content project, and especially to blogs. Time, place, and availability of content all have parts to play in determining just how often you need to update your blog.
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178.   The Ox and The Fly by Scott Bywater
    Over Xmas, I bought a business book about Aesop's Fables. And from memory, one of Aesop's Fables is about the ox and the fly. In a nutshell, it goes like this.
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179.   Online Brand Protection - Must-Know Tactics to Safeguard Your Business by Enzo F. Cesario
    Intellectual property, trademarks and copyrights--if you are in business, you probably know what these are and how important they are. However, an online business has additional factors that must be considered to protect its brand within the Web’s wide exposure.
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180.   Focus On Your Strengths by Scott Bywater
    Last year, I took over a small second office next to the one I have now. I've had it painted and recarpeted. But setting it up and getting my current office painted / recarpeted seems overwhelming. I know. I know. I've got to make the time to plan out how I want it to all look, what I want to get out of it, where I want what, etc. because my current office just feels too congested. But I find it overwhelming.
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181.   Look Out For The Smoking Gun by Scott Bywater
    In the legal world, there is a term called "Smoking Gun" which refers to that critical piece of information which makes it impossible for your opponent to win a court case. It's a fact, a piece of evidence or whatever which proves what you have to say beyond any seed of doubt. And there are a lot of correlations between law and advertising because when you are selling via the printed word, your jury is your customer.
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182.   Awaken The LION Within You by Scott Bywater
    Yesterday I read the "Mr. Brave" book to my 3 year old son. And he asked me "What's brave?" I explained to him that brave is anything you do when you are scared to do something, but you do it anyway. And that is a big part of living, isn't it?
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183.   5 Great Ways to Save Time with Enterprise VoIP Integration by Alexander Anoshin
    From this article, you'll learn the 5 main reasons to integrate VoIP in your enterprise. You'll know which enterprise applications integrate with which VoIP software to achieve the most results.
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184.   Online Brand Building - Do You Need a Social Media Newsroom? by Enzo F. Cesario
    Curriculum vitae, work experience, references, skills inventory, resume: all describe a source of information where people can condense the vital information about themselves into a single document for interested parties to examine. The idea is giving people an overview they can sort through in order to weigh your merits and strengths against their needs, as well as to get an idea of how you present yourself.
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185.   Business Turnaround: Reorganize Your Company and Focus on Its Profitable Areas by Thayne Carper
    After you have determined the root cause of your company's problems, you must now reorganize to make your company profitable. All companies have strengths and weaknesses, and it would be wise to recognize which areas are assets to you and which need improvement.
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186.   How You Can Beat 97% Of The Pack by Scott Bywater
    When I was seventeen I remember doing a program called Discovery. I think I was the only teenager who paid for half the fee and begged and pleaded their parents to let them go. Basically, it was a course which taught a lot of life skills from motivation to how to deal with conflict... kind of like an Anthony Robbins for teenagers.
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187.   Cost Reduction for Business: How to Best Manage Your Costs by Thayne Carper
    Companies have to use various forms of financial studies - estimates, budgets, forecasts, analyses, and evaluations - to report and control their costs.
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188.   Social Media Management - Watching the Chick-fil-A Cows by Enzo F. Cesario
    What can you do as a small- or medium-sized business owner to increase your reach with your customers? One smart idea is to look at what the big guys are doing. One company that is maximizing its marketing efforts online and offline is Chick-fil-A, the second largest chicken-based fast-food restaurant in the United States.
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189.   How to Save Time, Money and Effort with Enterprise VoIP Software by Alexander Anoshin
    From this article, you'll learn a number of ways various VoIP software, ranging from voice portals to attendant consoles, can help your enterprise become more productive. Also, you'll learn how to use the VoIP software to empower your employees.
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190.   Impactful Talent Management: The Five Essential Dos by Andria L. Corso
    Simplify your talent management and development programs with these 5 steps: define, describe, discuss, decide, & differentiate. Just because talent development involves the most precious commodity in your company does not mean it needs to be complex. By using these 5 steps, your solution can be impactful yet simple.
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191.   Business Turnaround: An Overview of How to Best Enhance Your Company's Finances by Thayne Carper
    A successful business turnaround requires the owner to take certain steps to become a profitable enterprise. By taking the following actions, you can reorganize your company and produce positive cash flow.
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192.   Online Brand Building By the Numbers by Enzo F. Cesario
    In the process of building your company's online brand, you're going to have to deal with a veritable ton of information. However all the information in the world isn't going to do your online marketing efforts a bit of good if you aren't able to measure it against carefully chosen benchmarks of performance. In short, you need to identify your metrics.
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193.   5 Savvy Ways to Make the Most of Your Call Accounting Software by Alexander Anoshin
    You'll learn the 5 ways you can use call accounting software to make your enterprise more efficient from this article.
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194.   5 Ways to Save on IP Telephony with Call-Accounting Software by Alexander Anoshin
    From this article, you'll learn how to use call accounting software to reduce your enterprise IP telephony costs.
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195.   Nine Policies That Greatly Improve Collections in Your Dental Practice by Peter Gopal, Ph.D.
    Many dental offices lose between $10,000 and $50,000 annually, year after year, due to deficiencies in Accounts Receivable management. Sadly, some of them don't even know how much money they are leaving on the table. With a systematic process for collecting monies that are owed, a practice can drastically reduce the revenues that remain uncollected. Sound - and profitable - collections begin with the following policies.
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196.   Online Marketing Consultants Say Content is King by Paul Marshall
    Online marketing consultants emphasize the importance of fresh, relevant content for better search engine placement. People read differently online, creating a whole new set of composition and formatting rules for Web copy. Learning to write good text is the most affordable SEO tool at your disposal.
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197.   Internet Fax Services - Which One Is Right For You? by Titus Hoskins
    Internet fax services are becoming very popular with companies and home business owners. But which one is right for you or your business? Read this informative article to find out...
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198.   Learn to Avoid Basic SEO and Internet Marketing Mistakes by Paul Marshall
    Many new website owners fail to consider the basics of SEO from the planning stages of their site. The biggest mistakes are generally the easiest ones to avoid. You don't necessarily need a marketing coach to recognize and to overcome common SEO pitfalls.
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199.   Free Fax Trial - Is This A Rip-Off Or Not? by Titus Hoskins
    Free Fax Trial - Many people are very wary of anything offered for free on the web, but this is one case where trying a free fax trial could prove very beneficial for everyone concerned. Find out why by reading this informative article...
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200.   The End Of Dumb Affiliate Marketing by Willie Crawford
    One of the saddest things that I witness day after day is affiliate marketers who really struggle to make sales. They send out email after email, promotion after promotion, yet often make very few sales. This is not only sad, it's also needless "practice bleeding." Making affiliate sales is easy when you know the secret. It's even very scientific and does have fairly predictable results.
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