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Social media can make or break you. You want to make sure you use it smartly. Follow these seven tips and never be clueless again.
Tyler Arnold shares tips and tricks for B2B marketers to optimize their Facebook presence.
Learn how to appeal to local businesses to amp up your marketing strategy.
When building a company based in a country with a less-than-ideal reputation, trust is crucial. Follow these 7 tips to make sure your customers stay loyal.
Need business feedback in a pinch? Thirteen entrepreneurs weigh in on how to try out an idea when few resources are available.
If you're not getting creative about the way you're marketing, you need to ask yourself these three questions.
Jim Belosic of Shortstack picks the six apps that have made business automation easier, faster and cheaper than ever.
Don't screw up your first investor pitch by overlooking the basics -- or reeking of desperation.
A client scorecard can be a helpful way to measure the success of your professional relationships, especially in a service-based business. Robert Glazer shares how.
Make sure your pitch deck shows investors real progress by answering these three simple questions.
Who doesn't want to blow away the competition? If you want to lead your industry, start by being the best at what you do -- not by having the lowest price on the block.
Planning to launch your company at an industry event? These 10 do's (and don'ts) can help make or break your big news.
Looking for the perfect platform to sell your products or services? Ten professional entrepreneurs share their favorites.
Natalia Oberti Noguera, Founder and CEO of the Pipeline Fellowship, explains the benefits of pitching your startup -- and why more women should do it.
Pitching your startup to investors and fellow entrepreneurs isn't just about great salesmanship. It's about telling your story.
Brian Silverman, Co-Founder of Star Toliet Paper, shares valuable insights about starting a business in college and unwrapping success (literally!).
Good products are great. Great products are great, too. But if you really want to disrupt your market, your startup needs to make something indispensable.
Startups need input from the people who matter most: customers. Here are five of the easiest ways to get feedback to improve your offerings.
There's more value in a word-of-mouth referral from a friend than any advertisement. YEC'ers offer 12 ways to earn your customers' rave reviews.
Jennifer Donogh shares her professional advice about how to use live video content to your advantage when running your business.
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