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“Behind Every C Player, There’s A ……..”

Dave Brock — December 14, 2017 Follow @davidabrock — December 14, 2017 There’s the old saying, “Behind every great individual is a great [Insert spouse, partner, mom, dad, family, mentor]. Let’s update this for modern time, we could say, “Behind every C player, there’s a ……..” Hmmm, troubling, isn’t it? But be honest with yourselves. … Continue reading “Behind Every C Player, There’s A ……..”

Science Says There’s a Right Time to Post to Social Media

Bob Hutchins — March 14, 2017 Follow @Bobhutchins— March 14, 2017 Gary Vaynerchuk uses a term for describing social media posts that I really like. He calls these posts “micro-content.” Bits and pieces that make up a larger story. Micro-content doesn’t define a brand in and of itself; it doesn’t tell the whole story. Instead, … Continue reading Science Says There’s a Right Time to Post to Social Media

There’s Nothing in the Middle of the Road But Yellow Stripes and Dead Armadillos

Chris Abraham — February 13, 2017 Follow @chrisabraham— February 13, 2017 Will taking a side and taking a stand benefit your business and brand or will it destroy you? Of course it depends on your client base. Do you make artisanal kim chi-making kits on Etsy? You could pander to your base as a marketing … Continue reading There’s Nothing in the Middle of the Road But Yellow Stripes and Dead Armadillos

There’s a silent killer in your sales pipeline. Do you know how to stop it?

Columnist Jim Williams explains how advocates can help you fuel a healthy sales funnel by putting an end to the fear that stops your customers from buying. Jim Williams on October 19, 2016   Your sales pipeline is in danger. Whether you know it or not, there’s something lurking in the shadows that threatens to … Continue reading There’s a silent killer in your sales pipeline. Do you know how to stop it?

Twitter’s relaxed character limit doesn’t apply to ads, but there’s a workaround

Twitter will no longer count photos, videos, polls and quoted tweets against its 140-character limit, but it will for certain ads. Here’s the workaround. Tim Peterson on September 19, 2016   It’s finally happening. Starting today — four months after announcing it would do so — Twitter will no longer count photos, videos, polls and … Continue reading Twitter’s relaxed character limit doesn’t apply to ads, but there’s a workaround

There’s More than One Way to Research a Company that Interests You

by Virginia Franco Follow @VAFrancoResumesSeptember 1, 2016 Whether identifying companies to target or preparing for an interview, research is a critical component to any successful career strategy. Most career coaches and interviewing experts agree that researching a company is key to formulating astute interview questions; in large part, because employers recognize that those who took … Continue reading There’s More than One Way to Research a Company that Interests You