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5 Steps Mid-Size Companies Can Take to Maximize Press Relations

Mid-size companies, working around unique business plans or technologies, are often too cash-strapped to advertise their products.

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7 Biggest TeleSales Mistakes Nearly Every Business Makes

Correcting The Mistakes Increases Your Likelihood Of Success

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Steps to Marketing On a Tiny Shoestring Budget

Marketing On a Tiny Shoestring Budget (top expert reveals 4 powerful ways)

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Guiding the Ying and Yang of Business Building

According to the American Marketing Association, marketing is the organizational function and set of processes for creating, communicating and delivering value to customers and for managing customer

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Guide to Starting Your Business

Ok, so you've decided you are ready to start your business, now what?!?

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Guide to Get Organized Once and For All

Many people think that a good organizing plan needs to be a complex one. This could not be further from the truth.

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What to Do When Employees Don't Get Along

In this time of pressing economic concerns, busy work schedules, and limited resources, the ability to exercise patience in the workplace can be a challenge.

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10 SEO Tips for a Brighter Website New Year

Here are a few basic tips on implementing SEO tactics with your web developer. 1. Keep it Simple

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10 Steps to Starting a Business

Step 1: Assess Your Strengths and Your Business Idea

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Step 2: Planning Stage, Writing a Business Plan

Why create a business plan?

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Step 3: Financing Your Business

Financing your start-up business can prove to be one of the most stressful times in actually getting your business off the ground.

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Step 4: Forming a Legal Entity

Forming a legal entity for your business is a great idea.

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Step 5: Branding Your Business

Creating a brand for your new business can be one of the most important things you do that can add lasting value. A strong brand adds a whole new dimension of value to your business.

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Step 6: Marketing A Business

After you’ve established your business entity and brand, it’s all about marketing! Marketing your business correctly, in the right places, can be a boon to your bottom line.

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Step 7: Selling Your Product

In the beginning stages of your business you may discover that finding qualified leads is difficult and time consuming.

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Step 8: Business Organization

Many entrepreneurs fail to properly organize their businesses before they actually get up and running; this can prove to be a costly mistake.

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Step 9: Business Employees

Many businesses start off with just the owner and maybe a couple of key partners. However, many businesses need employees right off-the-bat.

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Step 10: Business Efficiency

OK, so you’ve gotten through the start-up maze and you are now running your business day-to-day.

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10 things to Know About Business Insurance

1. Business Insurance is different than personal insurance.

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Seven Steps to Getting New Business From Your Website

Step One: Build a Website that Appeals to Your Target Market.

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