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5 Scary Website Mistakes Small Businesses Make

Don’t Make Your Customers Run For The Hills   Great news….somebody has visited your website.  Hurray!  Perhaps they might buy your product or decide to use your services…but wait…oh NO!  They are leaving again. “What?” you cry, “They only stayed for 5 seconds”.   Yes, they stayed long enough to be appalled by your website […]

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Celebrate Business

This is just a quick note as this weekend I’m going to a training event. (I’m constantly looking for what is working, and trying it in my business. When I find something that holds true to its word, only then will I share it with my group.)   I had a great time at the […]

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A Facebook Fanpage Is Not The Small Business Marketing Silver Bullet It’s Made Out To Be

Don’t get me wrong. A Facebook fanpage is incredibly useful and powerful if it’s understood and used properly.   There has been a lot of hype concerning Facebook, fanpages, and timeline lately that begs to be clarified and put into proper perspective. There are too many people selling services based on Facebook as the new […]

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Traffic Taco Dog

There was a commercial for taco bell in the ’90’s that had a chihuahua trying to capture Godzilla. That’s kind of like how businesses are with Internet traffic. Except it’s good that Internet traffic won’t stomp you flat like a bug. It just squirts through your grasp like water though. But think, What will you […]

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What’s A Domain Extension And How Do I Choose One?

This has turned into quite the series. The last two installments “What’s In A (Domain) Name? More Than You Might Think” and “The Exceptions To The Rules When Naming A Domain” answered the question of how to pick a domain name. The answer would not be complete without addressing the domain extension. You can learn […]

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How To Boost Your Leadership Skills By Using More Question Marks

According to Stephen R. Covey, we should “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” How else can you understand than to clarify your perception by asking questions?     Would you agree with me when I say the best leaders transfer their motivation to other people so those people are as motivated as they […]

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