December, 2013 Archive

Fake Message from Apple: Two How you can Stop Email Spam Attacks

What was the greatest resource you’ve used for systematizing new employee setup at your organization?   The Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) is an invitation-only organization made from the realm’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched StartupCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow […] […]

10 Best Content Marketing Books for Small Businesses in 2013

Marketing has gotten complex. But who says you need to be implementing each marketing technique or social media platform? Granted, there are various experts extolling the virtues of this strategy or that platform, but nobody is telling you to apply all of them.   In 2014 consider SIMPLIFYING your marketing. In fact, in case you were […]

Our Last Events List of 2013

With only a few days left in 2013, we’re now waiting for 2014 and the events to come back.  We expect to update within the coming week or two, but for now, please inspect the list of small business events, conferences, seminars, context and awards for 2014. Welcome to our latest curated list of events, […]

Improve Conversion, Spot Difficult Customers and More

We’ve looked round the online business community again this week and scooped up some helpful tidbits. We’ll be sharing them with you this week as always. And take a look at the ideas below for more on the best way to get entangled with making our community news reports more helpful. 15 Tools to enhance […]

10 Tips for Greater Online Privacy

Comedian Jack Vale (pictured above) recently took to the streets of California to freak out unsuspecting pedestrians. Vale simply looked for social media posts around his current location after which did a little research at the users to cause them to think he knew the non-public details in their lives. You are able to view […]

“Revenue and The CMO” Provides Case Study Worth Reading

Selecting a completely unique business book is hard sometimes. Some topics require a lengthy treatment that isn’t fit right into a busy schedule. Others are given too few pages to give much insight on a subject. But some authors hit that perfect balance, short enough for the busy small business person and yet the ideal […]

Killer Brownies, YouTube Live Streaming and More

Keeping up with the most recent is crucial to your small business’s success. Listed here are the head stories of the week from the Small Business Trends editorial team: Marketing & Branding Local grocery bakeries battle over “killer brownies .” Or not. Actually it’s the tale of ways cooler heads prevailed in a dispute involving […]

Nokia Develops Android Phone Despite Microsoft Deal

When you suspect of Nokia, you believe of Windows phones. That’s much more the case with the recently announced plans for Microsoft to obtain the Finnish company for $7.2 billion. Nokia has certainly been chargeable for its share of Windows devices. They include the Lumia 625, the company’s largest screened smartphone so far and probably […]

Richard White of UserVoice: Customer Retention is EVERYTHING If you Run An internet Service

UserVoice, creators of a platform that makes it easier for 150,000 companies of all sizes to reply quicker to customer needs and gather more feedback from them, was recently named winner of the 2013 CRM Idol contest .  CRM Idol is an annual competition among emerging customer-facing tech companies. The winner is chosen by a […]

Book Review: “Small Business Survival Guide” by Cliff Ennico Shares The way to Prevail in Business

Consumers have literally millions of mobile apps to make a choice from when downloading a brand new app to their smartphones. However, if you’re an app developer trying to stand out, this makes marketing more important than ever. However your app serves a uniquely valuable purpose, unless you’ve got how to get that message […]