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2016’s Top Tech Trends for Small Businesses

Technology for your business can be difficult to keep up with. Take e-commerce: Just as you get used to it, Apple Pay comes along to change it—opening the door to new rules and risks of data breaches. Using the latest technology can give small businesses a huge advantage when trying to attract new customers and making sure their company is ...

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Business Insights for Today’s Entrepreneurial Type

Today we are seeing more and more people jump-start their career dreams by building their own businesses from the ground up. In fact, 2015 showed the largest year over year increase from the past two decades for startups. It’s no wonder, given today’s technology and resources, that 67 percent of millennials surveyed in the U.S. said their goals involve starting ...

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The Strange Origins of 10 Famous Brands

Amazon Amazon.com has grown from a tiny start-up operating out of a garage on second-hand computers to a global organisation responsible for a third of all online sales in the US, but it was very nearly called “Cadabra,” as in “abracadabra.” Founder Jeff Bezos quickly changed the name when his lawyer misheard the word as “cadaver.” Starbucks Starbucks, the largest ...

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GRE and GMAT Information

Tests, tests, and more tests. For most students, the high school and undergrad academic experience is reinforced by a continual string of academic tests that analyze an individual’s ability to perform tasks and remember facts. The movement from school into the professional business sphere made traditional tests an unpleasant memory. Writing business reports, guiding employees, maintaining a budget, and building ...

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A Secret Weapon for Winning any Negotiation: Anchoring [INFOGRAPHIC]

When it comes to negotiation, you need to make sure you’ve planned ahead and go in with a winning strategy. Anchoring your position is a great way to get what you want, and this infographic tells you exactly how it works. This Infographic is courtesy of The Gap Partnership

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Double Your Instagram Followers in Just 5 Minutes Per Day [INFOGRAPHIC]

Source: WhoIsHostingThis.com

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How to Use Google Analytics to the Fullest

Guest post courtesy of David Byrne —- Google Analytics is a free tool which allows websites to easily track visitors and conversions. It’s very widely used, some studies have put usage at 60% of the entire internet and 80% of sites that has some sort of tracking installed, but most people don’t make the most of it. If you’re interested ...

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Best Ways To Acquire Knowledge For Your Successful Business

Are you planning to start a business? What kind of business are you aiming at? Whatever it may be, you will need to know something special about the business in common. There are several sources available for you to refer and learn about leading a business to success and it is not limited to the printed or online media. First ...

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Entrepreneur’s Bookshelf: Small Business Books for the Library

You’ve heard you are what you eat, well we believe that you are what you read. CEO Blog Nation & Teach a CEO presents lessons from our bookshelf on how you can improve and grow your venture. We have taken nuggets from our library and provide them for entrepreneurs and business owners. Being a leader also means articulating that vision to everyone ...

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Are there rules for e-mail writing?

Email Writing Tips It is all too easy to make errors when writing and sending emails. We have all heard horror stories about employees accidentally sending angry emails about their boss, to the boss, as well as stories about emails full of spelling and grammatical errors and misleading information. Here are some tips to make sure that your emails don’t ...

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