Home business entrepreneurs need to remember that not everyone is your client. Your business is better off when you carefully choose your target market. You can’t solve everything for everybody.
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For the self-employed and small business owners, it’s essential to periodically assess what is and isn’t working in your business, and then to make the necessary adjustments. One of the first steps is to evaluate your sales and marketing funnels.
Angry Birds is the largest mobile app success story. Here are 10 things that small and home-based business owners can learn from the Angry Birds game.
With the advent of social media advertising has become simplistic, cost effective and especially favorable to a new business seeking to build a reputation. Learn the 3 simple steps to promoting a business.
For entrepreneurs looking for financing, several online communities that allow entrepreneurs to find investors (and vice versa) have emerged. These platforms allow entrepreneurs to post their business ideas and pitch to investors that they would never have found in their communities or even their own network. Learn 7 entrepreneur-investor matching communities.
From Brian Tracy’s upcoming book Full Engagement! Inspire, Motivate, and Bring Out the Best in Your People, Tracy opens managers’ minds to the amazing power and bottom-line payoff of practicing the Golden Rule in all of their actions in the workplace and developing clear values, vision, mission, purpose, and goals.
Social marketing involves a lot more than just signing up and pasting up your page. You need to maximize your page’s effectiveness and keep it fresh, updated and alive. Below are 10 things you can do to optimize your Facebook page to make sure your business is getting the maximum benefits.
Have you ever experienced aching or numbness in your hands or wrists; stiffness in your back or shoulders or aching in your knees? The environment that you are working in could be part of the cause and, if ignored, might even be putting you at risk of further discomfort in the future.