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Inpex Invention Trade Show

This week, after orchestrating insane childcare arrangements (school is out), I attended The Inventor’s University and The Inpex Invention Trade Show in Pittsburgh, PA.  This was a phenomenal experience for me, and I am so excited to share some of the highlights with you.  I did not have anything ready to exhibit, but I decided [...]

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Organize Your SEO Keywords for the Best Results

Ok… you worked for hours researching keywords, and you have a good list of SEO keywords to use. Now, what do you do with your list? Well, it’s time to get organized. Create an Editorial Calendar. You’ve probably seen the editorial calendars that media venues use to organize their publications for the upcoming months. It’s [...]

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Do you plan to GROW during the summer?

For my boys, school is out for the summer, and that means “let the fun begin!”  After sitting inside all fall, winter, & spring, they are absolutely ready for a new pace.  Summer brings warm weather and ditching the jackets, longer days, and growth.  I am not talking about just the flowers growing and blooming, [...]

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Crisis Response Tips to Help Your Small Business

The phrase ‘crisis response’ invokes images of corporations scrambling to assess damage control, companies issuing public statements and press conferences in front of media and most recently, the myriad of organizations devastated by Japan’s earthquake and tsunami.  Some small business owners interpret crises to involve large corporations that spark a high volume of media coverage, [...]

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Simple Tips for Summer Sales

Now that warmer weather is upon us, you may want to increase sales now so you can enjoy more time away from the office this summer.  With this in mind, here are three actions you can take right now to start making more money from your business: 1. Update Your Website. Now, I’m not talking [...]

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