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Top 10 Tweak Your Biz Articles: November, 2013

The Wu Tang Clan, a viral Facebook community, SEO, E-commerce trends and tips, Restaurant marketing on Pinterest, myths about cloud computing, a new way of thinking and an amazing story about overcoming adversity all feature in last month’s top 10 business articles here at Tweak Your Biz.

Top 10 Tweak Your Biz Articles: November, 2013The most popular business articles during November

#1. Are Building A Viral B2C(2B) Facebook Community & Business 

I find out how Irish SME: is building a viral Facebook community and business in this #TYBspotlight interview with their Chief Executive and Founder: Jill Holtz 

#2. Launching An Online Business: SEO Tips For Entrepreneurs And Small Businesses

Nowadays, you’ll be hard-pressed to find an effective business that isn’t levering the power of the web. Digital marketing consultant at Londes Digital MarketingMike LaLonde takes us through how to build a fundamentally sound web presence.

#3. Upcoming E-Commerce Trends to Attract Customers

A online store offers many benifits to business – Amber Alvi looks at the upcoming E-commerce Trends adopted by online retailers.

#4. The Amazing Life Of Dr. Emad Rahim: Genocide Survivor To Entrepreneur – TYBspotlight

Find out about Dr. Emad Rahim and you will feel inspired. From the Killing Fields of Cambodia, the dangers of growing up in Brooklyn, an abusive step-father and dyslexia – Sian Phillips interviews the man himself to get some amazing insights.

 #5. 3 Smart Ways To Market Your Restaurant On Pinterest

Restaurants are experiencing growth due to new web marketing trends such as social media. Missy Diaz (aka Super Blogga) describes how images on Pinterest are now driving traffic right to many restaurants doors.

#6. 5 Cloud Computing Myths Busted

Technical Director of IT Consultancy house, E-MIT SolutionsFinian Nally busts 5 cloud computing myths.

# 7. Is Your Brain Holding You Back?

Clinging to the status quo can be deadly! Retired executive vice president and chief operating officer of Microsoft: Bob Herbold  once hired creative thinking specialist: Edward De Bono as a guest speaker and says our natural tendency is to keep doing what we have been doing and to not think laterally.

#8. 22 Priceless Ecommerce Tips by Lawrence Parnis of – TYBspotlight

In this 3rd TYBspotlight Elish Bul-Godley  interviews Lawrence Parnis of the Craftbay Marketplace to reveal some essential e-commerce know-how and online selling tips.

#9. The Google Encrypted Search SEO SMACKDOWN

Recently, four know-it-all SEO professionals from four competing SEO firms incl: HubShout came together for the ultimate showdown. The question: Who of the four is best equipped to handle the Google roadblock known as Google Encrypted Search.

#10. Learn How To Brand From The Wu Tang Clan

The Wu Tang Clan is one of the greatest hip hop brands ever created, a group made up of a bunch of solo artists that were brought together to use the Wu Tang brand and fan base. Emad Rahim examines 3 branding takeaways from the Wu.

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  • Niall,

    Great share and thanks for that. For me, (if I got to choose one), I will go with #2. Nowadays, SEO is already a part of us regardless if it is leisure blog or corporate website. You need to know at least a little.

    Nonetheless, thanks for the full list. Gonna keep me occupied this weekend 😀

  • Hi Reginald, Thank you for the comment & yes, SEO is now critical for each and every business.

  • Emad Rahim

    What an honor to be listed with all of these talented bloggers. I am flattered to be included twice (technically)….lol

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