While mistakes can be made by any one and are considered as a basic aspect of human nature, when it comes to business, there is hardly any room for any sort of mistake or error. We all remember how the campaigning sign installed by Turner broadcasting resulted in a terrorism scare in Boston as it was mistaken as being a bomb. Read More »
The Top Experts Reveal Small Business Marketing Strategies
That Get Results In This Economy
An emerging technology called Augmented Reality is an advertiser’s dream come true. It delivers additional information to a prospective buyer at the moment and in the location the buyer is looking for it. More sales will result. Read More »
The paintbrush that cave dwellers used was a stick with hair attached to the end. This same basic design endured for 20,000 years … until Terry Douglas designed the EnviroBrush. Read More »
A business with a great product or service often has several high-quality target markets. This potential often seduces entrepreneurs into pursuing several of these markets simultaneously … Read More »
I’ve always been blown away by how Apple stands out from the competition.
I always knew they were using a secret sauce in their marketing message but I never knew what that secret sauce was until… Read More »
Ever have stuff fall through the cracks, meetings missed and follow through not there, or see fellow staff members make the same mistake over and over?
It happens all the time in virtual companies.
Why? Read More »
Ever have an employee who, no matter what you tried, just couldn’t get it right, and in effect was undermining your business and your profits?
Who’s to blame? And what should you do about it? Read More »
How can you use Thanksgiving to build your brand and grow your business?
Here are 5 ways to attract more clients, build a better brand and make your company stand out – all year long… Read More »
Last week the home of a friend burned to the ground during hurricane Sandy, and other friends’ homes flooded.
The damage was severe and many are faced with having to rebuild the first floor of their homes here in the coastal Connecticut. Read More »