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3 Big Innovations That Will Change Our Personal and Professional Lives
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3 Big Innovations That Will Change Our Personal and Professional Lives
14 October 2013

When Christopher Columbus first landed on Hispaniola on October 12, 1492, he make a huge discovery that has greatly impacted the world. Columbus, his crew, and all of those who followed him to the Americas were brave as hell and not afraid to try something new. That spirit of discovery has become deeply embedded in the American psyche, and it is a widely celebrated trait that is only picking up steam in the 21st century. Read more…

Web.com Small Business Tip of the Day: Business Travel Finds Its Wings
Business, current events, Getting Advanced

If you and your employees are taking more business trips this year, you’re not alone. The latest quarterly forecast from the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) indicates that business travel spending should see continued growth throughout 2013—especially in domestic travel. Business travel spending for 2013 is expected to reach $273.3 billion–an upgrade from last quarter’s forecast of $268.3 billion–an upgrade from last quarter’s forecast of $268.5 billion for the year. Read more…

Can Unplugging Make You More Productive?
Home Page Blog, Leadership, On Your Way
Can Unplugging Make You More Productive?
8 July 2013

When we think about “productivity” these days, we first think of all the devices we use that keep us connected to the office 24/7 so we can get things done faster wherever we are. And, of course, there are all the apps for those devices that help us be even more organized, productive and effective. While constant connectivity enhances our productivity in some ways, it hurts it in others. Read more…

Web.com Small Business Tip of the Day: iBet You’re Reading This on an iPhone
Getting Advanced, Home Page Blog, Mobile marketing

Are your customers reading your email marketing, social media posts or website on an iPhone or Android? According to a usage study from Experian, most likely it’s an iPhone. The study showed Android users spend 49 minutes a day on their phones, while the average iPhone owner spends an hour and 15 minutes on their smartphone. And what are they using their phones for? For Android users the answer is making phone calls, while iPhone users are texting, emailing, taking pictures and social networking. Read more…

Web.com Small Business Tip of the Day: Get the Skinny on Skinny
Getting Advanced, Home Page Blog, Marketing/Branding

If you sell food or beverages, you’ll want to know the latest hip marketing term in your industry: “skinny,” according to Advertising Age. According to a consumer-research psychologist, “[Skinny] personifies food and makes it more endearing. ” So why not just use the word “diet” instead to convey the same idea? “Diet” has negative connotations of sacrifice, while “skinny” is more lighthearted. Read more…

The 4 Factors in Great Customer Service
Business, Customer Service, eCommerce
The 4 Factors in Great Customer Service
10 June 2013

How good is your small business’s customer service? Don’t answer right away—take some time to think about it. What you think is stellar service may not be living up to your customers’ expectations. Or what started out as great service when your business began may have fallen off a bit as you’ve grown (and gotten busier). Read more…

What You Didn’t Know You Needed to Know About Vegas – After the Conference
Business,Women In Business
What You Didn't Know You Needed to Know About Vegas - After the Conference
3 January 2013

Since I used to live in Las Vegas, people are constantly asking me what they should do while they’re there. My response is usually that there’s a different Vegas for everyone and it depends on what you’re into. Despite the image of Vegas as purely a party town, you could have a more conservative, relaxing spa-like trip if you knew where to go. Read more…

Recently On Web.Commentary
Business,Tips of the Day
Recently On Web.Commentary
17 October 2012

As you may already know, Women Grow Business is hosted by Network Solutions, a Web. com company. What you may not realize is that both have regularly updated blogs with articles targeted to small business owners. Read more…

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