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  • Creating Content That Hooks Your Prospects

    Getting someone’s attention is hard, and having him or her stay on your page is even harder. While there is a lot of competition out there in terms of search engine optimization, getting someone to revisit your page is the real issue. In an article from Entrepreneur, author Victor Ijidola writes, “The real ‘seizing of […]

  • How to Network, for Those Who Hate to Network

    Growing your network is one of the most important skills anyone can have in the business world. But how are you supposed to network when you hate networking? Surprisingly, it is easier than you think! In an article from Entrepreneur author Jonathan Jarvis writes, “I’ve personally learned that networking is not so bad after all, […]

  • Doing These 5 Things Daily Will Make You More Productive

    Business leaders all live busy and sometimes stressful lives. This article from Inc. offers advice for five things you can do daily to help you and your business be more productive. Author Jordan Scheltgen writes, “To become more productive you need to embrace action as your fuel. Whether you’re a leader within a company or […]

  • A Benefit for Employees That Matters Even More Than Their Salary

    A new study found that many employees believe that paid time off should be included in their benefits package. Although benefits packages differ from business to business, it may satisfy your employees to know that some PTO is available. In an article from Inc. author Brenda Barbosa writes, “According to a survey by TSheets, 88 […]

  • 11 Things Every CEO Must Know About Disruption

    In the business world today your business can either be known as a disruptor or the disrupted. Success in any industry relies on a CEO’s ability to see changes in the market and react accordingly. When CEO’s fail to react, and therefore become disrupted, businesses trend downward. In an article from Inc. author Gordon Tredgold […]

  • 5 Ways Going Paperless Will Help Your Business

    The era of using paper processes is coming to an end. Businesses are switching to technological advances that allow them to ditch paper. But not every business is opting to get rid of paper processes. Why is that? In an article from Small Biz Daily author Nick Candito writes, “In many companies the paper trail […]

  • 4 Ways to Resolve Creative Differences in the Workplace

    Creative differences in the workplace can lead to messy situations. While some differences have easy resolutions, there can be times when both parties cannot find common ground, leading to a strained and tense workplace. How can both employers and employees resolve these differences? In an article from Entrepreneur, author Will Meier writes, “Creative differences don’t […]

  • Social Media, the IRS, and Tax Audits

    Did you know that the IRS uses your social media use as part of their audit determinations? Be careful when you post about how much money you saved during tax season! In an article from Inc., author Steve Mendelsohn writes, “With the IRS suffering a tax collection gap of roughly $300 billion per year, the […]

  • Owners Should Utilize The Work Opportunity Tax Credit

    Did you know that employers claim about $1 Billion in tax credits each year under the Work Opportunity Tax Credit Program (WOTC)? The WOTC was formed to encourage employers to hire those looking for work who are apart of target groups such as veterans. In an article from TaxConnections, author Ken May writes “WOTC is […]

  • Techniques to Help Your Employees Tackle Problems

    In every business, those who can tackle problems rather than complain about them are bound to succeed. Problem solvers, not whiners, always end up winning in business. In an article from Entrepreneur, Jill Schiefelbein writes, “In the workplace, constant complaints have negative consequences that reach into multiple areas of productivity, camaraderie, leadership and culture”. But […]

  • Tips as Generation Z Enters the Workforce

    As graduation season comes to an end, there is a renewed sense of motivation from those who are beginning their careers. These graduates are not from the Millennial generation, but rather are their own new generation who bring independence, competition, and motivation from the fear of missing out to the workplace. Ken Tysiac article in […]

  • Necessary Information for Any Marketing Strategy

    Marketing strategy, like all aspects of business, is an important part in running a successful company. While starting a new marketing strategy can be fun, they cannot be successful without hard work and dedication. In an article from Entrepreneur, Samuel Edwards writes, “Successful marketing campaigns don’t just appear out of thin air. A lot of […]