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Just ‘Like’ This: Using Social Media To Improve Your Business

Sammy Rich on Sep 13, 2018 9:27:00 AM


Are you trying to get your company recognized but aren’t sure where to start?

Consider expanding your social media platforms.


From 29,029 Feet to Your Table at 4,462 Feet

Stephanie Bachman on Jun 19, 2018 9:28:18 AM


Nepal’s nickname, “The Roof of the World”, is not so much of a boast as it is a truth, as it houses the highest mountain range in the world, as well as the awe-inspiring Mount Everest. It also houses flavorful concoctions of meats, vegetables, rice, and of course, scrumptious spices that promise to add some zing to people’s palettes.


Redefining the Business Blog

So you've started a business blog and are struggling with what content you should post. Blogs have been very successful for individuals, but what can you offer your customers in a blog that will appeal to them?


Business Development: Twitter Triumph in Three Steps

The internet is a powerful business tool that allows you to connect your business with people—and potential sales leads—on a massive scale. One of the greatest ways to connect with people via the web is with social interaction by way of social networking. When used right, social media will allow you to connect with people on a human level, creating a stronger customer relationship than an advertisement ever could.

One social network that has emerged as a must-have for any company serious about their social media strategy is twitter. People are flocking to this social network by the millions (they have 645 million users and counting) and companies, big and small, are experiencing business success by way of twitter right now. Broadway Books, an independent bookstore in Portland, Oregon, for example, was on the verge of shutting down until they used twitter to gain more customers.


10 Progressive Ways to Grow Business using Facebook

You’ve gone and done it. You’ve made your dreams come true and started your own business. But now what?



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