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How can You Boost Sales in 2012? Hint… It’s About the Relationships
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12 December 2011

This year we’re marking the holiday season with a series called “12 Ways to Makeover Your Small Business in 2012″, featuring daily video content from our sponsor, Network Solutions. The video below is part of that celebration. Click here if you’re unable to view the video above. Read more…

December #WGBIZ Tweetchat with @AllenMireles Today at Noon Eastern
Business, Events, social media
December #WGBIZ Tweetchat with @AllenMireles Today at Noon Eastern
12 December 2011

Today at noon, we’re privileged to have Allen Mireles lending us her wisdom on the topic of LinkedIn, during our monthly Twitter chat, which happens at Noon Eastern/New York time on the second Monday of each month. In today’s chat we’ll be zeroing in on How to Effectively Use LinkedIn for Business.   More about our guest expert in a moment. Read more…

Making an Adjustment to Your Routine
Shannon Mouton,Women In Business
Making an Adjustment to Your Routine
14 October 2011

It’s time to get back into the routine. You get up, do this, accomplish that and go to bed… you know rinse, lather and repeat. Read more…

Putting Your Picture on Your Business: How Does It Change Things?
Business, Thursday Bram, Women In Business
Putting Your Picture on Your Business: How Does It Change Things?
12 October 2011

There’s a lot of advice out on the internet suggesting how you can attract more readers to your business. One piece, in particular, strikes me again and again, as I think about it in terms of my business as a whole. It’s a relatively simple suggestion: you should put a picture of yourself on your website. Read more…

Balancing Accountability and Respect: Effective Communication for Long-Term Team Commitment
Business, Libby Wagner, Women In Business
Balancing Accountability and Respect: Effective Communication for Long-Term Team Commitment
5 October 2011

The most effective delivery of an honest message in business balances both accountability and respect. This is particularly true if the target of our honesty is someone whom we’d like to influence to change, to encourage “followership”, and especially if what we’re trying to do is to create long-term commitment rather than short-term compliance. When you’re delivering an honest message, it does matter how the message is delivered. Read more…

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