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Conclusion of Keys to Online Marketing 16-20

This post wraps up the discussion of the top twenty keys to online marketing. I recommend using these tips as a guide when beginning your marketing campaigns, and hone in on the ones that work best for your business. Keys to Online Marketing 16-20*: Remember that business is all about relationships and communication. Always work [...]

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Online Marketing Keys Continued 11-15

I’m back today to bring you more keys to online marketing. Several of these tips concern advertising your business, product, or service once you create your email newsletter. Keys to Online Marketing 11-15* 11.  Supplement your affiliate advertising with both online and traditional advertising. Track your results by doing frequent Return on Investment (ROI) checks. [...]

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Online Marketing Keys 6 – 10

This post is a continuation of the top twenty keys to online marketing that I began discussing earlier in the week. These particular tips deal more with the entrepreneurial aspects of marketing your business or products online, and can help you attract more potential customers. Keys to Online Marketing 6 – 10*: If you are [...]

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eBay: Best Match or Best Mess ?

Hi gang, eBay announced this week that their new Best Match search functionality will become the default search method starting ….. right now! Here is their announcement that they posted on their public information board: “Hello everyone…This is Jamie Iannone, VP of Buyer Experience on eBay. As most buyers and sellers know, eBay’s Best Match [...]

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It’s good to be the king (of a small business)

As if you needed even MORE pride and joy as a small business owner, I’d point you to the latest job stats in the US. According to today’s ADP National Employment Report SM, private sector employment declined by 23,000 in February.  BUT, nonfarm employment by small businesses (as a sub-sector of private sector businesses) actually grew. [...]

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