In entrepreneurship, as with most other worthwhile endeavors in life — from attending college to getting a job to parenting — having a role model can be hugely valuable. Not only is it helpful to follow their footsteps and avoid their missteps, these entrepreneurial icons are always good for a healthy dose of inspiration.
One moment, you’re checking your email or surfing the web or browsing through the aisles of Barnes & Noble, minding your own business, doing nobody any harm, and that’s when it happens…
You read something that jumps up and bites you in the buttocks.
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Link building is one of the most important aspects of any online marketing campaign; it can increase keyword ranking visibility within the search engines, as well as provide relevant referral traffic and brand exposure.
Successful people believe they are adding value to your day, on and off social media. My Forbes colleague David DiSalvo opened his very popular post: The 10 Reasons Why We Fail with a Yoda and Luke conversation.
Each year in the United States alone, more than $1.4 trillion is lost in productivity. It doesn’t matter if you’re in a traditional office setting or in a local coffee shop: If you’re not productive, then you’re not productive. Finding a better way to work should be a company’s priority — not telling people where they can do said work.
Small-business owners (SBOs) are a diverse bunch that includes more women, immigrants and young people than one finds atop big corporations. But what many have in common are modest levels of marketing expertise and technological know-how, according to a new eMarketer report, “Small Businesses as Tough B2B Customers: Shaky in Their Own Marketing, Critical of Marketing Aimed at Them.”
Many small businesses are using Google Apps to power their email collaboration. But what happens when an employee leaves. What about the emails someone sent you years ago? What if the court mandates that you produce these documents? Can you? If you can’t you could be held liable.
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