Monthly Archives: July 2011
…or not. Actually, the title should be “Do NOT Network Like a Pimp”. I’ve been to many a conference and networking event in my day. It never fails to amaze me how some men, rather than putting on their networking hats, decide to go with their fuzzy pimp hats instead. What am I talking about? […]
I cannot tell you how many business owners I have encountered who have been steered wrong because of their friends.
Did you know that someone can “like” your Facebook Page or follow you on Twitter via a simple text message?
Putting on annual conventions can feel similar to a power cycling class. You’re moving at the speed of light during heavy registrations until your post convention meeting, then you have a lull for several months, then- you’re at it again.
I never thought of myself as “different” or maybe even a bit extreme when it comes to technology until yesterday.
I remember all of the sometimes crazy lessons I was forced to learn along the way. These are the top 7 lessons every business owner will encounter.
Nearly all small businesses use newsletters from services like Constant Contact to send emails to their customers/followers/supporters. However, not all newsletters are created equal. Here are three things that you can do to make your emails more engaging. Use HTML vs. Boring Templates. While newsletter templates were once the only option available to the masses […]