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I have never felt miserable as I have felt over the last few days. Influenza is definitely not something to be inflicted with. Considering serious professional work requiring concentration and creativity acted as a catalyst to worsen my symptoms. So I took this opportunity to (sleep, yes) and also catch up on expanding my horizons. I endeavored to undertake those activities that involved no physical labor, I let my fingers do the walking during the waking moments. As part of my healing process, I also devoured Brad and Debra Schepp’s How to find a job on LinkedIn, … and other social networking sites, along with those bitter pills.
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The title for this post could very well have been, “How I improved my presentation skills in four easy steps.” I thought my presentation skills very above average. I certainly did not harbor the notion that I was a great presenter. But I thought I was at least above average. That illusion was, however, shattered after I viewed Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple Inc. in action. The desire to see Jobs in action was spurred when I read the book by Carmine Gallo, The presentation secrets of Steve Jobs.
Marc Raul is today’s guest. He is the product specialist with Brother Canada. He talks about how to go about acquiring good quality small business infrastructure such as printer. Most small business owners working in their home office require three key pieces of equipment: a phone, a computer and a printer. Yet when you want to buy a printer, there are so many different models and features to consider that the task can be daunting. To facilitate the decision-making process, here is a list of what to consider before you buy.
Rivers is a very interesting individual. The enthusiasm in his voice when you talk to him about internet marketing and entrepreneurship is infectious. His biggest strength is to conceptualize ideas and lay a solid foundation of a business enterprise. We saw this in action with his cooking venture – The Chef Group. He has recently launched The Marketing Factory – a series of internet marketing seminars in Atlantic Canada. Rivers believes passion drives successful entrepreneurs. His passion is to build businesses from scratch. So we caught up with him last week to discuss his successful entrepreneurial ventures. We wanted to learn the ingredients to be a successful entrepreneur?
I was recently informed of Dell’s small and medium business contest that I thought was worth passing along to my readers - especially in Atlantic Canada..
Once again Dell is holding its annual Dell Small Business Excellence Award, rewarding the innovation and technological know-how of small business across Canada and around the world.
The Canadian winner [...]
If I were to ask you your business goal, what would your answer be? I suppose, your answer would depend on your function: Sales would say, “To sell”; Marketing would say, “To promote and generate awareness”; Production would say, “To be efficient”; etc, etc. But there is one goal common to every department: To generate [...]
It’s easy to get listed quickly and with a high ranking in Google if you have the money. But how the heck do I get my site to rank high using generic search? ah, the wonders of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in getting you a high page rank in Search Engine Results Page (SERP). It does wonders to your traffic, eh! But, how the heck does one get there? Ideally the goal ought to be within the top 10 but we can settle for the top 20 now, can’t we?
Subscribe to my RSS feed. You spend a lot of time, money and resources developing a great website. But you know what, it is no good if your customers or prospects are unable to view it. - Atlantic Canada’s Small Business Management Blog at Halifax, Nova Scotia by IQI Strategic Management Inc
unless you have been living under the rock for the last decade, you know that Internet Explorer is not the only web browser. There are over 15 browsers with respective versions for a number of operating systems. So, did you test your website to see if it renders the same way in all the browsers. You do not know what operating system or browser your visitors use - so you have got to test your website against all the browsers - - Atlantic Canada’s Small Business Management Blog at Halifax, Nova Scotia