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    • How to Take Your Business to the Next Level? Proven Methods

      Ultimately, bigger companies are in much better position to weather that comes on their way. They can survive downturns for longer, have more clout with which to negotiate better deals and can push their smaller competitors around. For that reason, it’s very important indeed that if you have a business you try to raise it to the next level as quickly as possible.

      Blogtrepreneur- 14 readers -
  • Why You Need SEO: Value, Growth and Strategy

    … owner of an SEO services company just like me, then you have also experienced the same things I have – going through all the trouble of explaining why your potential client’s business needs SEO. Today’s post highlights some tried and tested ways on how SEO offers incomparable value to a company or brand which have definitely worked for me whenever…

    SEO Hacker Blogin SEO- 16 readers -
  • LinkedIn Launches Linkedin Website Demographics

    … LinkedIn is breaking out a great new feature in the next coming weeks, LinkedIn Website Demographics. Website Demographics uses data from LinkedIn’s 500+ million members to provide insight into your company’s website visitors in a way that respects member privacy. Featuring an easy-to-read interface in LinkedIn Campaign Manager, Website…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 24 readers -
  • Do You Really Need a Business Plan? Yes, You Do

    … Be Covered? According to business plan consulting professionals, the document should include: The Executive Summary: An overview of your business Company Description: Your mission, vision, and value proposition Service and Product Offering: What your company sells Market Analysis: Information on your industry and target customers Competitive Analysis…

    Famous Bloggers- 14 readers -
  • Structuring a Team and Creating Transparency in the Midst of Company Chaos

    … fixation on how you structure your team I think is an absolutely critical place for any business to start. You need everyone operating at 100%.” One slow-moving employee can sometimes become a catalyst for a company-wide bottleneck, he says. “Screening employees, making sure to get those right people in place, I think is maybe one of the most…

    Street Fight- 26 readers -
  • How bespoke software can improve the process flow in your company

    … Does your organization have the right software to help it reach its end goals? You might be surprised as to how a normal software can create redundancies within the workforce, and waste up a considerable portion of work time. Without the right software for your employees designed to suit organizational needs, you’d be losing out to your…

    Blogtrepreneurin How To's- 26 readers -
  • LinkedIn Overhauls Desktop Site

    … you’re interested in, we’ll suggest someone within your network who works at the company. Richer feed to keep you informed: With a combination of algorithms and human editors working together, we’ve fine-tuned your feed to surface the most relevant content from people and publishers you care most about. We’ll also be adding new ways for you to dive…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebook- 32 readers -
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Marketing Your Startup Online

    … Founding your startup was easy, but now comes the hard part. Marketing is one of the most important aspects of making any startup a success and gaining a standing with new customers. No matter the size of your budget, there are many simple digital solutions that will give even a fledgling venture the tools it needs to thrive. Consider these tips…

    Blogtrepreneurin Social SEO- 10 readers -
  • Six of the Easiest Ways to Resolve Workplace Drama

    … Get any group of people together in one room, and you’re bound to have some differing opinions. It’s why there are 12 jurors for more serious cases. The idea being that if you can get 12 different people to agree with on something, it’s probably the right choice. Luckily, most workplace dramas aren’t as intensive as the latest courtroom battle…

    Blogtrepreneur- 23 readers -
  • Tamar’s #DigitalHistory – The Story of Snapchat

    … Over the past couple of years, we’ve been celebrating our 20th year by taking a look at other digital brands who have made big waves online – and how they got to where they are today. So far we’ve looked at Google, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and Pinterest. Our latest subject is a site which has tripled its user base…

    Henry Elliss/ Tamar SEO and Social Blogin Social- 13 readers -
  • 10 Steps to Putting Together a Content Creation Calendar

    … Any company embarking on building and growing its digital brand needs to have a content creation calendar. After all, success is no longer about randomly creating content. Instead, it’s about having a forward-thinking plan, defining when content will be created, and most importantly, outlining the internal and external resources you’ll need…

    Omar Kattan/ Omar Kattanin Content- 25 readers -
  • The Most Important Thing to Do Before Building Your Startup?

    …, concerns, questions and questionable decisions you’ve had up to this point to begin getting rid of the dead weight and getting your tools in order. Start by knowing your industry, competitors and potential consumer market. Being familiar with these three areas helps you to begin building a strong foundation for your company going forward. As you…

    Famous Bloggers- 26 readers -
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