3 Simple Steps to Manage Your Time Like a Pro

Posted on August 13, 2010

If there is one thing that life as an entrepreneur has taught me, it is that no day is ever the same. While it can be an incredibly exciting adventure, there are a few problems that arise from having to switch tasks, goals, and objectives so often. Number one on that list of problems is time management. How you manage and prioritize your time is everything, and can mean the difference between a successful online startup, or a fizzled attempt at ...

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3 Ways to Bring Traffic to your Facebook Page Without Touching It

Posted on July 30, 2010

The advent of social media has completely changed the way we market our product. As marketers this should be nothing new, we are in a constantly changing field and that is what we signed up for; however, Facebook and Twitter have thrown a wrench in machine. Now, if you are a bigger brand it can be easy to set up a social media profile and have a couple thousand people “like” the profile and actively engage it, but for a smaller business ...

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5 Steps to Establishing a Social Media Presence for Small Business

Posted on July 20, 2010

Pepsi and Old Spice have something small businesses don’t: a lot of money and people. But the competitive landscape has changed. Numerous small companies have capitalized on using social media to increase sales, brand awareness and followers. Will it Blend to date has 117,105,290 YouTube hits. Ramon Deleon of Domino’s Pizza Chicago received great press and has a great niche with college students in the local area and there are ...

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10 Reasons Why Twitter is Bound to Fail

Posted on June 24, 2010

When you hear about Twitter these days it's always about it's incredible success. Twitter's growth has continued to spike and has had a major impact on the world wide web. How long do you think it's going to last? Twitter may be in today but in my opinion it's going to be out in a few years if not sooner. Here are 10 reasons why Twitter is most likely going to fail in the next few years: 1. Lack of Use None of my friends tweet, preferring ...

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Foursquare Fad: Untapped Potential

Posted on June 3, 2010

The Fad A conversation about social media is never complete without someone mentioning Digg or Stumbleupon. Everyone's eyes quickly glaze over with the sheer boredom of talking about the normal social viral tactics and pie-in-the-sky techniques. The normal ideas are tossed around, the normal thoughts about viral marketing and social traffic are chewed on, and then we all go back to our lives. These conversations are commonplace around the our ...

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