Blogger Jeanne Yocum points out how NOT to tweet during a disaster like the Boston Marathon bombings.
Good small business reads #28: Finding an angel investor, social media lessons, protecting your customers’ data and more
A Valentine’s Day issue of Good Small Business Reads, with advice on finding an angel investor, keeping customers’ info safe, using Twitter and pitfalls that accompany rapid business growth.
Blogger Jeanne Yocum warns small business owners of the dangers of falling behind the times and becoming complacent.
Karen Utgoff advises on four practices that can help small business owners build entrepreneurship into their companies to drive innovation.
My chief question to you is whether you are marketing in ways that fit the times or whether you’re just doing what you have always done?
TweetLast week someone tweeted a link on Twitter to an article I just HAD to read immediately. It was entitled “Five Things You Should Stop Doing in 2012,” written by strategy consultant Dorie Clark for the Harvard Business Review Blog Network. As I read her list of five behaviors she recommends ditching, I found myself [...]
Small business owners: Don’t be intimidated by social media. And most of all, don’t miss the power they have to help you build your small business.
Failure to back up your online promises can have a huge negative effect on your company’s reputation in an interconnected world where consumers can give bad reviews on numerous review sites or make negative comments on Facebook, Twitter or other social media.
Here are some lessons I’ve learned during my first year of blogging.
This is volume 4 of articles I’ve found useful and wanted to share with my readers.