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When it comes to marketing, you’ve got to be constantly “on” in order to find ideas that will inspire your […]

Businesses are always looking for new ways to sell themselves, and it’s easy to imagine that there’s a fancy trick for achieving sales, and if they can just crack the puzzle, they’ll succeed. But the secret of selling is quite simple: put yourself before your customers. And one of the best ways to do that is by giving a presentation.

How to handle potential damage to your online image and brand when someone tries to soil your image or post negative comments.

The trick is not to just post it to your blog and walk away. You must promote it. Here are 22 ways you can promote your online content from blogs to ebooks and everything in between.

Most people see freelancers as flexible staff you hire for small jobs and employees as people you hire for long-term, core work. Agencies especially like to subcontract, since it gives them flexibility, as they often can’t afford full-time staff.

Your website could turn out to be a successful ecommerce site & generate maximum profit conversion, if your web designers follow these clever design tricks.

There are not one but several reasons why internet marketing has taken the commercial world by storm. At the very onset, one might point out that online marketing helps you to align your strategies with the way most of your consumers are shopping out there.

If you follow these blogging tips you can blog strategically and grow your online business presence.

There are things that should be so basic that every business owner does them automatically, but for some reason many don’t. A drip marketing campaign falls into that category. To quickly define the term “drip marketing” we’ll say that it’s a series of planned contacts with a prospect.

If you think you can still hold off on devising a mobile strategy for your business, think again. Mobile is no longer the future—it’s the present. All evidence points to continued growth for mobile, and that’s not even taking into account the emerging wearable tech market.