We hear business owners ask this question all of the time. Interestingly, if you look at most competitive sports, both individual and team sports, you will rarely find a professional athlete running the race, fighting the battle or winning the game alone; there is typically a coach at their side to navigate the strategy and
Have you heard of Google+? Google+ is a social networking platform that is Google’s rival to Facebook. Google has basically created an innovative new way for staying more connected & having more control of your information. It makes your life easier by adding some new ways of filtering the information you receive as well as
It’s a new year! Hold on to your hats folks, because this year is going to be a roller-coaster of excitement and nail-biting. Presidential election years are known to have an impact on the economy and small business. Add that to the rise of social media, the Euro crisis, and the state of America’s economy,
The New Year is upon us, and hopefully you’ve been working on your game plan for 2012! (See our post Set a Small Business Game Plan for the New Year). Part of your game plan should be setting goals, and at least one (or many) of these priorities is most likely related to business growth.
Customer reward programs have become a competitive necessity in some industries. Some popular examples of customer rewards programs today include Amazon Prime, special coupon prices at grocery chains, airline’s frequent flyer programs, and discount cards at retailers such as Barnes and Noble. Overall, companies spend upwards of $2 billion dollars a year on rewards programs;