small biz expo
The San Francisco Small Business Expo was filled with business experts, and had advice from industry leaders in content marketing, sales, technology, education, etc. The expo displayed workshop rooms where people could go to listen to lectures about entrepreneurship and social media tactics. Here are two big takeaways from what was presented. 1) How to stay active on the road and everywhere else This presentation, put on by Jess Stratton from—an education website that gives free video tutorials and online classes in everything from mastering a new software to general business skills— was adamant about online tools that can

Business Publications
Magazines that cover business topics are critical to success nowadays. In a world filled with unlimited online content, it is imperative to stay up-to-date on business trends, entrepreneurial tools and new technologies that could help your business. Below is a list of publications that touch upon important issues in business and can help you thrive as an entrepreneur and businessperson. 1) Entrepreneur Magazine Entrepreneur is a great resource for small business tips, motivational articles and success stories. What is great about Entrepreneur is the writing style, which gives you the facts without the fluff. Any kind of advice on starting a business, either online or brick

social media
It isn’t enough to simply open accounts on social media networks—you have keep up a regular posting schedule if you want to keep your fans clicking and sharing. But it can be hard to keep up with a content strategy, especially if you aren’t in a visual industry or producing tangible, customer-facing products. I’ve put together 10 tips that should help inspire your social media posts and help build your following with engaging and shareable ideas. 1) Use YouTube as a video marketing hub Videos can be used for so many purposes like: storytelling, advertising, presentations, how-to guides, customer testimonials, and much more. It is incredible

social selling
Social selling is not a revolution in how sellers sell—nor how buyers buy. So what is social selling and how is it different than social media marketing? Effective social selling is less about technology—more about applying direct response marketing principles with new tools. Social selling is a practical, repeatable process—a way to increase sellers’ productivity and make their output more predictable using social media platforms. Don't be fooled: Buyers are not re-inventing the buying process. However, they are speeding-up the buying process. Sales are changing, but this is not a revolution. In reality, generating leads and sales using networks such as LinkedIn, Google+, a company blog, YouTube, etc. is


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