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How to Charge What You’re Worth and Buy Back Your Time

How to Charge What You’re Worth and Buy Back Your Time

Posted by Jenny Tse in Sales & Business Development - Business Development

I often get asked questions like “How do I know what is the right price to charge?” and “How can I overcome the problem doing too much and not getting rewarded for it?
The Roadmap to Cloud Adoption

The Roadmap to Cloud Adoption

Posted by Verbat Technologies in Web & Mobile - Product Development

What businesses need to be aware of about the cloud?
Why is writing quality software and code important?

Why is writing quality software and code important?

Posted by Mark Easton in Web & Mobile - Product Development

Often I come across software where they has been little or no attention to quality attributes and an out of balance focus on just delivering functionality. Focussing on the desirable quality...
A Surprising Productivity Secret

A Surprising Productivity Secret

Posted by Ling Wong in General Business - Productivity

Toss out those productivity tools and arbitrary schedules that makes you less productive because you spend hours "figuring them out". Instead, use this one simple little secret to stay focused and be...
How to Charge What You’re Worth and Buy Back Your Time

How to Charge What You’re Worth and Buy Back Your Time

The Roadmap to Cloud Adoption

The Roadmap to Cloud Adoption

Why is writing quality software and code important?

Why is writing quality software and code important?

A Surprising Productivity Secret

A Surprising Productivity Secret

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Does Love Play a Role in Your Social Media?

Does Love Play a Role in Your Social Media?

Posted by Charlotte Chipperfield in Marketing & Advertising - Social Media

Social media has become an integral part in both our personal and professional lives. Social media is just that, it's social. Be inspired to engage with your audience as Valentine's Day approaches.
5 things to get your Website Back into Google

5 things to get your Website Back into Google

Posted by Marc Harris in Marketing & Advertising - SEO

Has your website been removed from Google results? If so, here are the five most important things you can do to get back in to them.
How to Run a Sale That Helps, Not Hurts

How to Run a Sale That Helps, Not Hurts

Posted by Cate Costa in Marketing & Advertising - Marketing

New entrepreneurs may not realize all of the potential pitfalls as they jump into running their first sales promotion - here's what to do and what not to do so your business makes money from your sale.
Your Readers Are Hungry — But Not Starving

Your Readers Are Hungry — But Not Starving

Posted by Nicole Beckett in Marketing & Advertising - Marketing

Your readers are hungry for informative content, but they're NOT willing to put up with much to get it.
Surviving the Age of Social Media Overload

Surviving the Age of Social Media Overload

Posted by Verbat Technologies in Marketing & Advertising - Social Media

There is such a thing as too much social media setting in.
Improve your website's SEO

Improve your website's SEO

Posted by Konstantinos Botonakis in Web & Mobile - Website

You should follow some rules to improve your website's SEO. If you raise your organic visits to your company/product's website then you will need less budget for other advertisement methods and better ROI.
The Growing Voice Of Customer Choice

The Growing Voice Of Customer Choice

Posted by Gee Ranasinha in Marketing & Advertising - Marketing

Companies don't like customer unpredictability. They prefer aiding, developing and reinforcing predictability, rather than meeting the needs of the customer.
Digital Marketing Predictions for 2015

Digital Marketing Predictions for 2015

Posted by Shanna Johnson in Marketing & Advertising - Advertising

With a new year comes new trends and predictions.
Are You Drinking the kool-aid?

Are You Drinking the kool-aid?

Posted by Ed Drozda The... in General Business - Personal Development

There are many folks who are mixing that kool-aid as we speak and for each of them there are folks who will drink it. I hope when the glass is offered you will give it a second thought.
Your Competitors Are Your Allies

Your Competitors Are Your Allies

Posted by Ed Drozda The... in Sales & Business Development - Partnerships

Let’s face it, who knows what you do better than those who do the same thing? Your competitors are not the enemy; they just might be the most important allies you have.

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