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When is free better and when is it not? – There is so much available over the Internet for free these days. This leaves both business and consumers in a conundrum of decision.
Why you should use Google plus for your small business and ensure that it is part of your overall marketing and business strategy! In this blog we outline the benefits of this as a social media tool plus the additional benefits of becoming a Google business customer.
Mindfulness for Busy People – Small business can learn here from the corporate world and adapt this wisdom that has been used for thousands of years.
To Tweet or not To Tweet – This is the question, asked by so many of my clients. Here are some ways that you can get started with your twitter account and decide if twitter is for you and your business.
Following on from our most popular recent blog “4 Things your business should never share on Social Media” I wanted to cover the 4 Things your business should always share on Social Media.
Pinterest for Business – The momentum for this social media is building rapidly and it is having a brilliant success rate for those businesses that are using it well.
Why you need to know about SEO – If you as a small business owner don’t have this knowledge your online presence will suffer!
How to find your Starving Crowd “The Starving Crowd” is the people or businesses that are most suited to your product and with the most need for your product.
A registered trademark is the protection available over any ‘sign’ that you use to brand your products or services; to distinguish them from other people’s similar products or services.
Why you must do a feasibility test today – If you are already in business you can answer these quick four questions and gain a clear picture of your business and what you are offering.
How to grow your list of subscribers – This is a question most small business owners try to figure out and to understand so I though that writing this blog may be able to provide you with some ideas.
How to use your business plan – your business plan, regardless of its size should be a fluid document. What this means is that you must add to it, delete stuff on it and review it on a regular basis.
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