Karen Repoli — August 17, 2018 Follow @karenrepoli — August 17, 2018 Stellar virtual assistants are able to look at a company objectively, ask pertinent questions, and guide the owner through the process of creating a plan for sound infrastructure and daily management. Consider a virtual assistant your objective, knowledgeable third party, the one who … Continue reading Don’t Leave Money On the Table! 3 Ways to Maximize Passive Income
Sarah Bentley — August 8, 2018 — August 8, 2018 When an employee leaves their job, the last thing that they probably think about is updating their current role listed on their LinkedIn profile. If an employee forgets to end their current job experience with an employer and they are linked to the employer’s Company … Continue reading How to Update Your Job Experience on LinkedIn When You Leave A Company
Liz Kislik — June 19, 2018 Follow @lizkislik — June 19, 2018 xusenru / Pixabay As your business grows, so do its needs for talent and skill. But, over time, your business’s needs may outpace the skills of your founding and core employees, and your very success can become a barrier to scaling and continuing … Continue reading 7 Signs You May Need to Leave Your Original Team Members Behind
Is Facebook in serious trouble with advertisers over data practices revealed in the Cambridge Analytica scandal? Contributor Nate Elliott expects the controversy to eventually blow over. Nate Elliott on March 27, 2018 Advertisers are threatening to leave Facebook because of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. But nothing makes advertisers stop buying successful ads. As long … Continue reading Advertisers didn’t leave YouTube, and they won’t leave Facebook
Arik Hanson — November 7, 2017 — November 7, 2017 Last week, together with my friends at Bellmont Partners, we held our most recent Talking Points event focused on corporate blogging 2.0. Our panelists, Kevin Hunt (General Mills and my podcast partner-in-crime), Krysta Larson (director of external communications and content at CH Robinson) and Chris … Continue reading Should You Remove Author Names from Blog Posts When Employees Leave?
Choncé Maddox — September 30, 2017 — September 30, 2017 StockSnap / Pixabay Creating a website or blog for your business can be a huge project. Once you’ve got everything up and running, discovering that you have a high bounce rate can be disheartening. Visitors leave your site for many reasons, not all of which … Continue reading 8 Reasons Why People Leave Your Website
Colleen McKenna — July 29, 2017 Follow @Colleen_Intero — July 29, 2017 Free-Photos / Pixabay Kudos to the CEO who left one of my training workshops and took some time to look at how he, his employees and his company looked on LinkedIn. After doing some review, not overly stealthy the way, he noticed that … Continue reading Is One of Your Key Employees Getting Ready to Leave?
Brooke B. Sellas — April 7, 2017 Follow @madSMscientist— April 7, 2017 Have you looked at your Google Star rating or business reviews lately? If you see a big fat ZERO or see a low number of stars, this post is written just for you! Read on for our best processes for obtaining business reviews. … Continue reading How To Encourage Your Customers To Leave Business Reviews
Amanda Clark — December 8, 2016 Follow @GrammarChicInc— December 8, 2016 When it comes to your resume, lying should never be an option. At the same time, it also isn’t your life history. Your resume is a snapshot of your career and accomplishments to show employers what you bring to the table and why you … Continue reading Is it Okay to Leave Jobs Off of Your Resume?
Want to get inside the minds of potential customers for your local business? Columnist Sherry Bonelli shares insights from BrightLocal’s annual Local Consumer Review Survey. Sherry Bonelli on November 15, 2016 at 1:30 pm A business’s online reputation is more important than ever. In fact, a company’s online reputation is fast becoming one of their … Continue reading 70% of consumers will leave a review for a business when asked