[Video] How to Name Your Business
The name of your company is important to your company identity. So coming up with a name for your business should not be taken lightly.
In the Entrepreneur.com video, you will learn the key steps to take to find the right [..]
4 Ways Listening to Music While Working Can Boost Brain Power
There has been a lot of debate as to whether music is good for you during times you need to concentrate. While it can take away from concentrating, it also prevents you from focusing on the distractions going on [..]
7 Tips to Dramatically Increase Your Pinterest Following
Did you know that global scrapbook website Pinterest can significantly benefit your business? With over a million visitors a day, the third largest social network can be a great way to drive traffic, connect with your target [..]
How to Beat the News Feed Rankings and Build Organic Reach
The Dirty Game of Newsfeed Rankings
While out to dinner last night, I noticed that my friends had developed a “Snapchat tendency.” I watched patiently as each one painstakingly chronicled our outing by posting a [..]
How to Use Paid Search and Display Advertising Together to Boost Your Marketing ROI
We’ve all heard the saying, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket”.
It’s true in online advertising, too.
Integrating paid search and display advertising campaigns will deliver more revenue than executing just [..]
Marketing Strategies B2B and B2C Companies Can Learn From Each Other
The vast majority of all business can be distilled down to two categories: Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Consumer (B2C). Simply put, B2B companies sell their products and services to other businesses. On the [..]
Why Startups Should Pursue Government Contracts
No matter what your political stance is, the simple fact is that the government and the business interact on a very basic level. One of the more direct ways in which this happens is when governments use public procurement to [..]
6 Keys to Building a Powerful Personal Brand
There is a new type of business today: standalone micro-enterprises that imbue the same characteristics as their larger counterparts. They barrage us with “marketing” to “sell” their products by establishing [..]