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3 Tools From Bing That Help You Attract Their Search Visitors
Search Engine Optimization, SEO, Women In Business
3 Tools From Bing That Help You Attract Their Search Visitors
14 December 2013

Bing certainly isn’t the world’s most utilized  search engine – that honor currently goes to Google with over 65% of the market share for search, a number that recently slipped a bit. However, Bing’s search engine still accounts for about 17% of search traffic, and has been rising slightly in recent months. Bing also powers organic search in Yahoo, whose family of sites captures about 12% of the search market, though there is speculation that Yahoo may want to change its association. Read more…

Archive of Our #WgBiz Chat with Kami Huyse (@kamichat)
Kami Huyse,Women In Business
Archive of Our #WgBiz Chat with Kami Huyse (@kamichat)
11 December 2013

Every second Monday each month, Web. com’s Women Grow Business community has a Twitter chat, focusing on women in business and small business tips for all. This past Monday we featured Kami Huyse, who shared her success at  Not surprisingly, one of our most anticipated chats of the year was quite a successful one. Read more…

Zoetica CEO Kami Huyse Joins Us for December #WgBiz Twitter Chat
current events,Women In Business
Zoetica CEO Kami Huyse Joins Us for December #WgBiz Twitter Chat
6 December 2013

Kami Huyse. Our  next community chat is taking place on Monday, December 9, 2013 at noon Eastern. And as usual, we are honored with the presence of a remarkable woman as our featured expert guest. Read more…

Does Your Company Need a DUNS Number?
Small Business Resources,Women In Business
Does Your Company Need a DUNS Number?
3 December 2013

If you don’t know what a DUNS Number is, don’t fret. Many business owners have no idea what the number is or what it’s for, until there comes a time when they may need it. A DUNS number is a unique identifier in the Data Universal Numbering System, a unique nine digit number that identifies business and certain organizations by location. Read more…

How to Get Leads From Small Business Saturday Using Social Media #ShopSmall
Small Business Resources,Women In Business
How to Get Leads From Small Business Saturday Using Social Media #ShopSmall
29 November 2013

We’ve all heard of Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when the Christmas shopping seasons begins. In contrast to Black Friday, where the focus is on going to the mall to shop at big retail chains, Small Business Saturday encourages consumers to shop in small local businesses. In 2010, it evolved from an small grassroots effort to an organized nationwide event. Read more…

3 Ways to Get Your Story Into Google News – And Why You Should Bother
Women In Business
3 Ways to Get Your Story Into Google News - And Why You Should Bother
26 November 2013

There’s often a lot of focus on getting your site to rank in Google Web search that another route to more potential customers is frequently overlooked – Google News. First, if you’re already trying to get noticed in other parts of Google, a little extra work could get you more exposure in an area where there’s less competition for eyes. After all, you’re already producing the content. Read more…

The Evolution of the Wallet And the Small Business Impact – Part Two
eCommerce,Women In Business
The Evolution of the Wallet And the Small Business Impact - Part Two
21 November 2013

This is the second of a two part series about the virtual evolution of the wallet and how that will affect small business. Click here to read part one. Big brands such as Mastercard, Google and Apple are involved in facilitating the evolution of the wallet, and they work with other big brands from Macy’s to Starbucks, to bring the technological infrastructure needed to support this shift. Read more…

The Evolution of the Wallet And the Small Business Impact – Part One
eCommerce,Women In Business
The Evolution of the Wallet And the Small Business Impact - Part One
20 November 2013

In the beginning, there was the barter. You had something of value, saw something else of value, and exchanged your item for what you agreed was of equivalent value. Eventually there came a time where we realized that we needed to be able to store the value of our liquid assets. Read more…

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