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How to Not Lose Your Best Employees

By AdhipRay

AdhipRay

Adhip is a blogger as well as a freelance writer. He covers topics on SEO, link building and marketing and reads a ton of stuff about these. At present, he is studying law and MBA. Connect with him at Twitter and Instagram!

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If you are an entrepreneur, one of your most crucial tasks is to keep your best employees happy. Since, these are the people you count on the most, it would be a shame to happen to lose them. There’s also the added factor of the time and money that it requires to find, train and […]

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How to Generate Press for Your Marketing Agency

By Elijah Masek-Kelly

Elijah Masek-Kelly

Elijah Masek-Kelly is the Managing Director of Powerful Outreach. With a strong background in Content Marketing, Elijah knows exactly what to say and when to say it.

As a marketer, you probably spend most of your time getting other company’s products and services in front of the right people – but what about a little shameless self-promotion? How do you get your marketing business in the limelight? What’s the best way to build your authority, establish expertise, and tap into new audiences […]

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6 Timeless Marketing Principles You Can Leverage for Business Success in 2018 and Beyond

By HarrisonAlley

HarrisonAlley

Harrison is a real estate analyst at a hedge fund by day and a blogger by night at The Profit Anywhere Blog where he writes about internet marketing, entrepreneurship, personal finance, and more. He's passionate about achieving time and location independence through web entrepreneurship and hopes to teach others how to achieve this as well as he documents his journey at profitanywhereblog.com

If you’re like most people, you probably turn to Google when you have a social media question. And if you’re like me, you probably try to find recently published articles and blog posts to look for your answer. Why? Because the social media landscape changes at lightning pace! What works today might not work tomorrow. […]

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How To Stop Setting Goals And Start Making Progress

By Liz Froment

Liz Froment

Liz Froment is a Boston based freelance writer. She primarily works with B2B clients in the finance, tech, and SaaS spaces. You can connect with her on LinkedIn and read more on her blog.

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Goals. Setting goals gets hammered into our brains at a young age and never stops. We have goals for school, sports, jobs, even life goals. Goals are good. Goals are motivating. Goals make you want to succeed. But there’s a hidden dark side to setting a lot of goals. You’re always chasing them. I know […]

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CASE STUDY: How I Got 1,000 Social Shares In 7 Days On My First Blog Post

By SimonZaku

SimonZaku

Simon Zaku is a Twitter Marketing Specialist Focused on Helping Product-Based Businesses (like online stores) & Blogging Brands (companies that blog) Start, Build and Grow their Twitter Brands through Effective Profile Management. You can contact Simon via simon@simonzaku.com or find him on twitter via @S_Zakuu.

Want to know how to get over 1,000 social shares on your very first post? Good news! There’s one strategy that works super effectively in 2017 and I’ll be sharing exactly how I did it. Curious to know this strategy? Brian Lang used this tactic to get over 4,000 social shares (it’s still the most […]

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7 Free Strategies Two Brothers Used to Build a Six Figure Marketing Company

By Brian Horn
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Brian Ainsley Horn is considered to be the "pioneer of authority marketing", which has exploded in popularity recently. His unique methods have been talked about and covered on The Howard Stern Show, Wall Street Journal, ABC, Perez Hilton, CBS News , Forbes, Advertising Age and dozens of other media outlets. Brian is the co-founder of the consulting firm, Authority Alchemy, and also writes for Huffington Post and Entrepreneur Magazine about authority marketing and personal branding.
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RODA marketing is a nationally recognized Internet marketing company founded and led by two brothers, Matt and Adam Roda.  Raised by parents who taught them to give every job, no matter how big or small, their all, they have been putting a lot of their time, effort, and energy into building a small, yet highly […]

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Beyond motivation – discipline as a tool for success

By Garikai Nhongo

Garikai Nhongo

Garikai Nhongo is the Managing Director of KG&A Advertising in Rwanda, South Africa and Zimbabwe and he is the Group Head of Strategy for the Global Firm. He is also a blogger (www.thinkingentrepreneur.gq and www.garikainhongo.blogspot.com), an entrepreneur and a poet.

I used to think motivation was everything and there was a time when it seemed like it. Everyone with an ounce of charisma became a motivational speaker (or a Pentecostal pastor, but that’s for another day). It was the buzz word in business, in sports and in almost every aspect of life. We all bought […]

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How To Define Your Startup Culture

By MattLoughran

MattLoughran

Matthew Loughran is the Principal of Midtown West Media a boutique PR & Marketing firm advancing blockchain based businesses with ICO launch services and post ICO executive strategy advising. Matthew earned a B.S. in Biology and Marketing from Loyola University Maryland; and an Executive M.B.A. in Business Administration, from Washington State University. He has served on boards and advisory councils, with 15 years of success across, fintech, marketing, branding, and public relations. 

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A startup has many facets: product, people, sales, funding. Those are the big ones most founders focus on out of the gate. But company culture often takes a backseat ‘until we nail product-market fit’ or one of many other urgently important problems. The problem with this approach is that culture is the one aspect of […]

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Should You Dress For Success?

By LoraineBirchall

LoraineBirchall

Loraine has been a consultant to the Universities of Lancaster, Salford and Central Lancashire, West Cumbria Development Agency and the Manufacturing Institute.     She trained in colour analysis, style and image, working with business owners on their personal branding.    She is working with the LDNPA Business Task Force in helping to deliver inclusion and benefits from the newly formed English Lakes World Heritage project, is a board member of a Housing Association and a Parish Councillor. 

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You’ve heard the expression ‘dress for success’ but what does that mean to you and your business? I’m lucky, I work in a creative industry and the Dress Code for my industry is much more relaxed. I’m not expected to wear a suit every day, however, if I have an important meeting I will dress […]

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Return On Relationships: How We Built An 8 Figure Biz By Word Of Mouth

By Aaron Thomas

Aaron Thomas

A. Ralph Thomas writes success stories about entrepreneurs and business owners.

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John D. Bruno and Mike Crosby built what is now Key Metal Refining LLC (KMR), into a successful eight figure business buying used catalytic converters and recovering Platinum Group Metals (PGMs) from them. The company has been able to grow in spite of industry consolidations, fierce competition, and shrinking margins. Company President John D. Bruno […]

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