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Co-working – A Great Way to Launch A Start-Up

Are you looking at launching a startup business but finding that the price to rent office space is way over your budget? Well today I would like to introduce you to Co-Working Offices.

Today I’m working out of a co-working office. Basically its a space that you can go to pick up free WiFi as well as store your own hardware like your workstation, printer and perhaps an IP Phone.

How to Be the Boss of Your Own Life

Entrepreneurship is alive and well in the United States with hundreds of thousands of new businesses opening each year.

More than 22 million of our small businesses are one-man (or woman) shops, and the number of those ringing up more than $1 million in sales is growing – it was nearly 27,000 in 2011, the most recent U.S. Census statistics available.

“Americans are very savvy business people, and for more and more of us, the rewards of running our own business trounce the risks associated with stepping out on our own,” says Lynda Chervil, a longtime businesswoman, thought leader and author of the new book, “Fool’s Return,” (http://lyndachervil.com/).

10 Effective Strategies to Maximize Your Social Media Calendar

Connecting directly with your clients is one of the top benefits of social media. However, you have to make your strategy effective to keep your traffic high. You need to keep your posts updated on a regular basis to give new and fresh content to your readers. One way to do it is to use a social media calendar. This article will help you get started and give you information and tips to be successful.

1.    Understand your audience

Understanding your audience helps identify the content relevant to them. You cannot keep on writing on something that is not interesting for your target. The key in reaching clients is to know what they and give it to them.

Why customer service matters in the digital and social media world

Why customer service matters in the digital and social media world

By Dave Harrison, Head of Business Development at Customer Service Excellence

 

Organisations all over the world, large or small, use social media as an outlet to contact and communicate with their customers. It has been said that it is quicker to gain a response about a query from a business through Twitter than it is via the old fashioned methods of telephone or email.  Recent research shows that 31% of consumers will take to social media to vent about poor customer service rather than speak directly to the company on the phone or face-to-face. More than ever before, organisations have to be on top of their social media in order to provide an effective customer service platform.

How to get FREE Likes on Facebook Page

As we all know when a business first starts out we all have a blank sheet in the world of social media. A limited number of friends, followers and fans.

To establish a greater visibility and increase your hitting power the best way to urge social media users that your Business is established is to gain the following:

* A high number of Likes on Facebook Fan Page

* A high number of Twitter Followers

* A high number of Views of your website

* A high number of subscribers to your You Tube company video

Understanding SMS for Business

More and more businesses are seeing the benefits of using SMS text messaging to communicate both with staff and customers. Geoff Love, Chief Commercial Officer (CCM) of Nottingham based business SMS provider Esendex, offers an introduction to the benefits of SMS for business.

Why SMS for Business?

Did you know that SMS messages have a 95 per cent open or ‘read’ rate? The vast majority of people, who receive a text message, read it. Compare that with email, where statistics show that most marketing related emails have an open rate of closer to 22 per cent. While most of us have undoubtedly ignored an email, if you receive a text message on your mobile phone you are likely to read it.

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