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Marketing Issues + the Current Climate: Finding a Product to Push in a Down Economy

There comes a period in everyone’s lives when they wish they could pursue on their own; and be their own boss. The key to really attaining this can also be doing it part time while still having steady income, as the most successful know. But many newcomers to internet marketing get frustrated when they realize


Self Marketing and Events; How to Present Yourself In Meet & Greets, Career Fairs and Workshops

Even with the economy still not fully mended, depending on the size of the city you live in, there are lots of opportunities to present yourself in large groups, seminars and career fairs. If you are a job seeker, you are most interested in the career fairs to land an hourly and paying job; not


Interesting Read: Who Moved My Cheese?

Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson, M.D. has been around a while but I just got ahold of it over the weekend. One of my aunts suggested that I read it. A little reluctant at first because its so short, I didn’t believe it to have any substance. I started reading it and finished fairly quick –


Making The Most of Social Media

Branding yourself or your company through social media is not difficult to accomplish when the right strategies are employed. Below are a few tidbits of info that are easy to do yourself. If successful, over time you should notice a gradual increase in your audience and voluntary interaction. Once you decide on what content you’ll


5 Memorable Ad Campaigns You Won’t Soon Forget

Check out this handful of memorable ad campaigns. All have their own strengths: repetitive, comical, compassion, eye catching and controversial. Tom Ford’s Neroli Portofino certainly ranks among the most raciest of ads when it comes to boldness and originality. Definitely an eye catcher. Not only are the two frolicking happily in all their nakedness but


Interesting Read: Strengths Based Selling

I just experienced the joy of reading Strengths Based Selling written by Tony Rutigliano & Brian Brim which offers a valid approach on unveiling your ‘best’ inner salesman/woman – assessing strengths and weakness. An informative read, Strengths Based Selling highlights key points on building advocacy, engagement your customers, assessing opportunities and everything else you can image

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