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I Have A Question For You About eMail Etiquette

There's no doubt that how we communicate is constantly changing; be it through text message, email, Facebook, short codes, QR codes, watches, and even relatively new devices like Google Glass. Back in the earlier days of the internet we had actual phone calls, spam that took walking to a mailbox to delete, and email (some of us were hip to ICQ but I think it now resides in an internet museum somewhere in Je ...

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A new age of network marketing…and jumping off high places!!!

My first experience with network marketing was not fun, in fact it was a lousy experience. As a 22 year old, I sat with my brother, my future upline and 10,000 other wanna-be entrepreneurs for 10 hours in uncomfortable seats in a basketball arena. My brother and I missed our dates we had planned with some lovely ladies and had to listen to Dexter Yager drone on until 3:30 in the morning. At about 2:00 A.M. ...

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Webinar – Digital Marketing Compliance: A Roadmap for Non-Lawyers

WASHINGTON, March 10, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Join HWG for a webinar exploring the top 10 compliance issues that companies need to know about when they engage in digital marketing, we will be giving you advice on how companies like marknadsföring can help you become more successful. Every company has their defects, but the best phoenix seo company has no problems at all, they can have your needs don ...

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Communal living for the tech entrepreneur? It can happen…

Are you a tech entrepreneur?  Developer that wants to strike out on your own and focus on your ideas but having trouble surrounding yourself with the right people?  Do you dream of creating the next ThemeForest phenomenon with your design but find yourself uninspired with the usual coffee shops or drab grey walls of your meagerly furnished living room?  You're in luck! "Founder House's mission is to acceler ...

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7 Tips for Work-Life Balance as an Entrepreneur

Haley Lynn Gray posted a great blog over at the HuffingtonPost that we wanted to share.  Link to original post. Being an entrepreneur and a mom makes things a bit unpredictable at times. I have four young kids, and they have four very different schedules and needs. It's not like I get any days off. So, how do you manage the competing demands of a busy household and a business that has huge demands on your t ...

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6 Secrets To Getting New Leads On A Daily Basis

Titanium Success posted this great article for the beginning entrepreneur.  If you want to build your business from the ground up, here are your first steps to getting people's attention and gaining a following. In any business, marketing is critical for generating leads on a consistent basis.  Lead generation helps you to gain business not only through your sales efforts, but also while you are sitting bac ...

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5 Public Speaking Tips for Entrepreneurs

Meetings and presentations are one of the main requirements of being an entrepreneur. It just comes with the job. You will need to stand in front of future investors, possible business partners or potential clients and convince them that you're the one they need to get with. Even if you went into business with a partner, both of you will be required to take turns and talk about your company. The mere idea o ...

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Hey, Entrepreneur! Is Your Elevator Pitch Worth $10,000? Prove It.

Do you think you have a great pitch for your business and want a chance to prove it for $10,000?  Check out the contest being offered by BlackEnterprise.com!  Details below: Submit your two-minute video pitch for a chance to win at the 2016 Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit Entrepreneurs–read and be inspired. Your time is NOW. The Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit has officially opened its highly an ...

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That’s The Way To Do It: Kentucky Lowers The Minimum Wage

Tell us what you think, in the comments, after you read what Tim Worstall posted on Forbes.com! It’s rare enough that we find someone proposing good economic policy. It’s even rarer when someone has the political courage to reverse a previous instance of bad economic policy. At which point we need to be congratulating Kentucky on one event there: the income Governor has just decided to lower the minimum wag ...

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5 Lessons for the Fearless Female Entrepreneur

As female entrepreneurs and business leaders, we are often regarded as fearless. We’ve successfully batted away the outdated stereotypes and overcome obstacles that would derail many a man without even breaking a sweat. Yet under that fearlessness, we face a myriad of challenges and difficult decisions just like any other entrepreneur or CEO. Sometimes those challenges are the same as our male peers and som ...

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