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One of the biggest mistakes I observe day after day in entrepreneurships that are taking their first steps, is based on investing their extremely limited resources in advertising in order to generate their first clients and, consequently, future “possible” revenues.

Struggling with your content marketing strategy? Not sure how to take it to the next level? Afraid it’s never going to generate the right results?

So, who exactly are you connecting with online? When you start thinking about the relevance of your connections, you’ll see why the numbers just aren’t as important. Engaging with one hundred people online regularly is far better than listing ten thousand that you never have any interaction with.

To use Pinterest well, ensure your images and pins are working hard for you; that you aren’t making one of these common mistakes many businesses make on Pinterest.

Vine celebrated it’s first birthday the other week. Here are 6 predictions for it’s second year.

Twitter is a very simple, yet efficient way for accountants and other business people to connect with existing or potential clients.

Actionable solutions that are easy and cost effective to implement and will help you to market your business on Facebook the right way that will benefit you and serve the fans who LOVE you!

Learn 5 things you can do, starting today, to gain more repeat visitors to your website or blog.

It does not get any more practical than this. It doesn’t get any cheaper than this either. This is the marketing manifesto that you need to carry with yourself whether your business is new or already running for a couple of years. You can always adjust and create better experiences for your customers.

Many charitable and nonprofit groups would agree that despite the nobility behind their respective advocacies, their groups aren’t immune to problems. If for anything they are just like every business in the sense that they too stumble upon setbacks before, during, and after executing projects.