14 Reasons Social Media Marketing Beats Traditional Marketing

14 Reasons Social Media Marketing Beats Traditional Marketing

The conversation with those not engaged in Social Media is often limited to their perceptions… I’ve tried to condense the most common misperceptions through these comparisons.

SMBs: An Unhappy Staff Will Kill Your Marketing Efforts

SMBs: An Unhappy Staff Will Kill Your Marketing Efforts

Yes, they are lucky to have a job in this time of high unemployment rates, but the reduction in pay raises and increased layoffs has translated into a harder and heavier workload for many and therefore, less effective…

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Being an Entrepreneur Means Showing What You are Made Of

Today, Jill Abramson, former Executive Editor of the New York Times, gave the commencement speech at Wake Forest University. Quite appropriately, Wake Forest requested she speak on resilience. Her controversial firing from the NYT . . .

Shopping Small is Shopping Wise for Busy Entrepreneurs

Shopping Small is Shopping Wisely

Are you guilty of lost time picking through discount racks to NOT find what you need? It is a far more enjoyable shopping experience to “Shop Small.” Since Entrepreneurs are always […]

Pressing: How NOT To Do Email Marketing!

Pressing: How NOT To Do Email Marketing!

I saw this link on Quora today and it was such a SPOT ON article, I had to press it onto my blog! Louis Vuitton missed the mark in this marketing email and this article discusses what you should…

Why Consumers DO Buy Rather Than Why They SHOULD Buy.

Why Consumers DO Buy Rather Than Why They SHOULD Buy.

What I learned in a hurry about working in Marketing is that one side is about convincing the buyer they want or need your product or service, the other side of the coin is about convincing the seller they need to market their product or service.

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On Thanksgiving: I’m Thankful for Modern Technology

It has been an amazing journey of personal and business growth for me these last few years.

I remember in 3rd grade (a million years ago!), reading a short story of the future by Isaac Asimov – unfortunately I can’t remember the title – in which there were children sitting at the kitchen table in front of a computer monitor taking school lessons.

I remember so clearly looking at that picture and thinking I hope I live long enough to see that come to be. You have to realize that at that time IBM’s computers filled entire rooms, there were no cell phones, no answering machines, no video games, color TV was just emerging, and central air conditioning was a modern convenience, so the concept of the story seemed so, so far away….