9 Advanced Twitter Tips and Tricks

  This appeared at www.entrepreneur.com and was written by Scott Levy. Do you want to be a rookie or a pro bowl veteran? The way you go about “tackling” your career is similar to being a rookie or a veteran. You can go through the day-to-day and remain average, or you can study, practice, train […]

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14 Creative Ways to Use Images on Facebook in 2014

This appeared at www.asbdcbizblog.blogspot.com and was written by Gina Watkins. Images were a huge part of Facebook and other social networks in 2013,  but you can expect these sites to get even more visual in the New Yea. And with good reason– pictures can drive big engagement on Facebook, as much as 120 percent more engagement […]

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5 Things You Need To Do To Take Your Business Paperless

This appeared at www.asbdcbizblog.blogspot.com and was written by Cindy Bates. Have you ever noticed an airline pilot lugging a black briefcase on their way to the next flight?  Those briefcases aren’t filled with personal effects, but are 40-pound flight kits containing charts, maps, manuals and guides. Delta Airlines recently made a move to replace those bulky flight […]

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Two Business Types: Now and Later

This appeared at www.carolroth.com and was written by Britt Raybould There are two types of businesses: now and later. If you fall in the former, customers expect you to deliver your product or service immediately. If you fall in the latter, well, customers don’t mind if what you offer comes later. When we go to […]

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Does Your Business Control You?

  This appeared at www.carolroth.com and was written by George and Mary-Lynn. If you’re a business owner, you’ve probably heard: You should work on your business, not just in your business. It’s a catchy phrase. It sounds simple enough. However, it creates frustration for a lot of small business owners. They already have too much to do. How can they […]

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5 Secrets to Instagram Success

This appeared at www.asbdcbizblog.blogspot.com and was written by Gina Watkins. Instagram is a photo and video-sharing social network that allows you to create professional-looking photos with a click of a button, using a number of different digital filters. The best part is that it is super easy to use – both to create visually-appealing images, […]

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Empowering Women Entrepreneurs during Women’s History Month and Throughout the Year

This appeared at www.sba.gov and was written by Erin Andrews. Although Women’s History Month only comes once a year, year round the SBA works to improve our outreach and services for women entrepreneurs, and to identify opportunities to empower women entrepreneurs to start and grow businesses. As a part of this effort, we continue to counsel and […]

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Networking Icebreakers

This appeared at www.actioncoach.com and was written by MWBC friend, Angie Segal. Do you love networking or is it something you force yourself to do because you know you must to build your business?  When you go to a networking event, how much time do you spend speaking with people you know vs. meeting new […]

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13 Creative Ways to Use LinkedIn for Lead Generation

  This appeared at www.smallbiztrends.com and is a compilation of tips from members of the Young Entrepreneur Council. LinkedIn is a great platform for connecting professionally, finding work and sharing content. But have you ever thought of using LinkedIn for lead generation? We asked 13 members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) to explain their best tips […]

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13 Creative Ways to Use LinkedIn for Lead Generation

This appeared at www.smallbiztrends.com and is a compilation of tips from members of the Young Entrepreneur Council. LinkedIn is a great platform for connecting professionally, finding work and sharing content. But have you ever thought of using LinkedIn for lead generation? We asked 13 members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) to explain their best tips and […]

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