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Need more eyeballs on a product launch, but don’t have money for advertising? Here are 15 alternatives to consider.
Eleven founders weigh in on their favorite tools and methods for getting customer feedback on a product.
Want to sell more than the competition? Be more transparent with prospects from the get-go.
Got old business content just sitting around? Use these 7 simple steps to optimize your blog content for search.
Put Foursquare and Yelp to better use — and drive more foot traffic to your local business.
In the startup world, people have their own process for requesting email introductions, Alex Schiff learned — and it really works.
Speaking engagements are a great way to grow your startup brand — and your personal brand as CEO. Here are 12 ways to get started.
Video marketing: everybody’s doing it. But how do you actually start crafting business videos your customers will care to watch?
From the powerful Salesforce.com to bookmarking tools, 11 entrepreneurs share how they track and manage leads online.
Networking: everybody’s gotta do it, especially entrepreneurs, but we dread it anyway. Here are 16 quick, simple tips to help you become a master networker in no time.
Your business website FAQ section is an underrated but powerful way to sell more. Matthew Ackerson shares some copywriting tips for putting yours over the top.
Is your public relations strategy — and the agency behind it — completely outdated? John Hall explores 3 reasons why the answer’s probably yes (and how to fix it).
If you have a product or products — or are thinking about developing some — membership or subscription-based pricing models can potentially skyrocket sales. Here’s how.
Possibly no department is more important in a startup than the sales department. How do you keep your salespeople on track to make — and better yet exceed — their sales targets?
Entrepreneur Lisa Nicole Bell shares 10 quick but timeless laws for crafting an effective and compelling personal brand.
For online businesses, there are four primary sources of traffic — and your Internet marketing plan should absolutely include a little of each.
Looking for a job? Here are 5 ways to make absolutely sure that when your future employer Googles you, they like what they find.
How do you make an in-person startup event a social media phenomenon? Veteran marketer Alex Frias offers some savvy advice.
Tracking the results of a marketing campaign isn’t nearly as fun as counting sales and conversions, but Phil Frost argues that it’s a critical component to your next campaign’s success.
Especially as a woman in business, your style is a signal that you can be trusted to behave and stay focused — make sure what you wear reflects that.
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