A couple of days ago, Twitter announced that it had finally launched two-step authentication for all accounts. What does this mean?
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Your website is a critical component in your sales and marketing initiatives and therefore your business. It is an extension of your company and most of the time one of the first touchpoint for your prospects and customers so it needs to be reviewed consistently to make sure it meets the needs of the company and is achieving the expected results.
Just as you schedule quarterly or yearly employee performance reviews, it is a good practice to take time to do a performance review on your site regularly.
Here are 9 things that can help you gauge if your website is ready for prime time or if it is time for Extreme Makeover Website Edition.
The last quarter of the year is in full swing. We are all trying to meet our numbers, get end-of-year projects done, plan for 2012 and finish this year strong. For some 2011 has been a challenging year, for others a great one, but whatever the case may be, we all have many things we can be thankful for.
I encourage you to take some time everyday to reflect on all the things that you are thankful for, from the big things to the little ones.
Networking events can be a great source for making new business contacts - it's the original "social networking" before there was social networking.
To get the most out of a networking event make use of these simple guidelines:
We're all busy. Although we don't expect instantaneous responses to email and phone calls, we do expect quick responses to requests and questions on Twitter or Facebook. I mean, isn't that one of the most important qualities of social media?
It's August and there's a flurry of activity. Your employees want to go on vacation or schedule it quickly before the summer runs out. While vacation time is necessary to re-energize you and your employees, it's not exactly the type of activity that will bring you new business or add to your bottom-line.
Years ago a client of mine rebranded his company. He called it the best decision he had ever made, next to asking his wife to marry him.
I've been plugged into Google+ for a little over a week and am absolutely loving it. I haven't followed many people yet and am primarily experimenting with my close of group of friends and co-workers.
A wise manager once told me that “we would be successful as much as our team is different.” As a business owner or executive you might be tempted to think that you can do it all alone. Nothing can be further from the truth.
I was startled the other day when I walked into my neighborhood store. The business owner yelled out to me, “Hi and welcome. I hope you’re having a great day.” He had never done this before.