Posts Tagged business lessons

Interesting Article – Social Traffic Comes from Mobile

Interesting article and interesting concept: The Majority of Social Media Traffic Comes from Mobil. I have a slightly different take on this. I suspect that many communications professionals, when working in their offices, are at their computers working away… but keep their mobile devices close to keep an eye on Social sites to keep up […]


Interesting Article – Marcomm is Growing

Just read an informative article on a UK recruiting web site EMR Recruitment. You can read it here: Though this is talking about bigger companies in the United Kingdom, what it means for the Small Office Communicator is that Marketing Communications – Marcomm – is gaining respect and importance in the business world and […]


Interesting Business Article on Intern Programs

I just found an interesting article with some good background for those who run intern programs in their businesses, those who are considering starting an intern program, and those who want to try the concept of interns and see how it fits your business. Read it at: I would add the usual caveats about […]


Your Quality Content Should Speak with Your Voice

The best integrated communications have quality content written by someone who cares – who is passionate – generally has a distinct ring and snap or sparkle. The passion… and the knowledge… show through. You know that they really know what they’re talking about. The most convincing voice you can use in your quality content is […]


Why Content is Still the King of Online Marketing

Long before the internet was the reality it is today, what defined print was, “content is king.” So today, when online content is seen far more than print content, many of the world’s top Search Engine Optimization experts and web marketing experts still say that… “content is king.” Why? Even after decades, no matter where […]


Guest Post: The Power of Storytelling

By Lorrie Morgan-Ferrero, Expert Copywriting Strategist I’ll never forget the day I decided to quit my stable $50,000 a year job. Candy, the older assistant who really ran the company, had the radio on in her office. (She actually bossed me around sort of like the Meryl Streep character in “The Devil Wears Prada”. But […]


Business Process Automation for Website Creation

Building new websites for your business, whether online only or offline/online, can be a time-consuming, and for some, a frightening task. But today, there are quite a few tools to help you automate the process to give you more time for your building your business strategy, building your relationships, building content that your readers – […]


Should You Automate Your Business Processes? Definitely!

This is the first in a series of ten posts about the need to Automate Your Business Processes. One of the nice things about the online portion of any business, whether online only or offline/online, is that you can automate business processes. Think about the many day in/day out tasks you do related to your […]


Free Again on Amazon – Business and Baseball

For Two Days ONLY, starting 22 October, 2013 around midnight California (USA) time, I just reopened my new Kindle book, Business and Baseball, at No Charge on Amazon. Free access to the book will end around midnight California (USA) time on 23 October, 2013. About the book: “Play ball!” Baseball… America’s favorite pastime. Though there […]


Five Time Management Tips to Make Better Time Estimates

Have you budgeted for a task to take one hour, and then it takes 2 hours… or 30 minutes? Estimating and budgeting the time a task will take can be very important for our business. How can we learn to make better estimates of project time and keep our project costs on track? As always, […]



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