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Top 9 Mistakes Clients Make Setting Up a New Website, and How to Fix Them

David Leonhardt — April 1, 2020 As a small business owner, perhaps even a solo business owner, there are some website mistakes you should not have to worry about. You’ll hire a website designer, who shouldn’t make technical mistakes about SEO, security or user experience. But there are mistakes that you still might make. Some … Continue reading Top 9 Mistakes Clients Make Setting Up a New Website, and How to Fix Them

Setting Leadership Development Goals for the New Year

Darleen DeRosa — January 16, 2020 As the new year gets underway, many organizations are reassessing their leadership development goals. Of course, they’re not the only ones thinking about building better leaders. High-potential employees are busy putting a great deal of thought into their professional future and assessing the development resources available to them. In … Continue reading Setting Leadership Development Goals for the New Year

Setting Smart Objectives in Channel Partner Incentive Programs

Vince Chiofolo — October 7, 2019 A sales incentive program – like every business initiative – is an orchestra of strategy, creativity, and process, all harmonizing together to align a system with an overall set of goals. Usually, in channel sales programs, these goals are fairly clear cut. Chiefly: make more indirect sales. To get … Continue reading Setting Smart Objectives in Channel Partner Incentive Programs

Setting Up Your Business to Receive Payments (What You Need to Know)

Choncé Maddox — July 1, 2019 — July 1, 2019 When you go into business for yourself, there are so many things to consider and set up. You need to get a website, outline your services, create products, determine how you’ll deliver goods, etc. The one obvious thing that’s easy to forget is figuring out … Continue reading Setting Up Your Business to Receive Payments (What You Need to Know)

6 Questions to Ask Yourself When Setting Up Your E-Commerce Triggered Emails

Katie Sweet — May 17, 2019 Follow @misskatiehrdy — May 17, 2019 I recently received an email from a retailer that I thought was really bizarre. The email asked me if a particular backpack was “still on my mind.” The problem is that I had already purchased that exact backpack. From that very same retailer. … Continue reading 6 Questions to Ask Yourself When Setting Up Your E-Commerce Triggered Emails