Tags: ‘networking’

Cyber Monday: Why E-Commerce is Important for Your Business

“Cyber Monday” is now apart of the common vernacular around the holidays and has equal weight as its older shopping juggernaut event day, “Black Friday.” However, that hasn’t always been the case. Yes, there was a time before Cyber Monday! The term Cyber Monday was actually coined by Ellen Davis back in 2005, before we […] Read more

The Art of Social Selling

So, what is social selling? Is it a fancy term for sales? Or is it a process hidden within social marketing? The answer to those questions is neither. Social selling is the concept of using your own sales technique through a different platform; a social platform. Through the use of social networks such as LinkedIn, […] Read more

Email Marketing for Nonprofits: Affordable Business Tools

As a nonprofit, it’s just as important to get your information to the masses as any other business. In fact, it might be even more important. Requiring donations, word-of-mouth and volunteers who are willing and able to stay successful, nonprofits stay afloat by reaching as many people as they can. However, it’s also a task […] Read more

Freelancing is Changing the Game … And the Quality of Work

“So you have a part-time job?” – that is the two most common, yet mostly untrue – stereotype associated with freelancing. Yes, freelancing, the location-free way to work. (I emphasize WORK here; no it’s not a far-off goal to get paid while Netflixing and watching snacks.) But it’s anything but part-time. Unlike telecommuting, which allows […] Read more

Common Mistakes With Facebook and Twitter

I like to think I have a solid grasp on the differences between Facebook and Twitter but I still make small mistakes.  A lot of small things can happen to disengage the user and deter them from interacting with you.  On Facebook, you can engage the user in a rich manner with actions, links, photos, […] Read more