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Free Lead Generation is a hot topic these days since many pay a pretty penny per portal to generate leads to increase ROI.

Free Lead Generation is part of any markets platform.  It is important to note that this November was 'nutty' for lack of a better word.  The purpose of this blog post...

Small Business Media and tapping into that vein can be a tricky and somewhat slippery slope unless you know some tricks of the trade.  Getting your message in front of the right audience is often the key to success.  So, where are the keys to the kingdom you ask and how can you get your hands on...

Entrepreneurs' Day 2016 on the 15th was outshined by politics, climate change discussions and so much more.  That is a real shame since small business is the backbone of this Country.

Entrepreneurs' Day - In my world it is Entrepreneurs' Day every day! I think, sleep and breath Entreprenuership...

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Work “On” As Well As “In” Your Business

21 Sep 10 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Entrepreneur Exchange
Michael Stenberg is the President of Dr. Shrink, Inc., a full-service, full-circle supplier of premium shrink wrap and installation accessories. Having been in business 25 years, Michael has a lot of insights to share when it comes to successful entrepreneurship. Read on as he shares just some of his...

Listen First, Sell Second

17 Sep 10 Posted by: Zipporah Porton
in Marketing & Sales
Moving forward with your small business opportunity is a really exciting process. There are hundreds of things to consider and attention to detail is a must. In all the hustle and bustle, one simple ― but extremely important ― task you need to remember is to listen. You need to listen to your employees,...

Fall 2010 Nationwide Business Events: Something for Every Entrepreneur!

17 Sep 10 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Featured Articles
Interested in the “new” social media storm and how it can help you grow your business, franchise or distributorship?  Are you a young woman who wants to start her own home-based or other small business?  Perhaps you’re a current business owner who wants to learn more about how you can become a government...

Being Consistently Persistent

15 Sep 10 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Entrepreneur Exchange
Dan Carey is the CEO of The Janitorial Agency, a company that specializes in training other ambitious entrepreneurs how to start their own very lucrative cleaning business.  Here he takes a quick moment to share his thoughts with BusinessOpportunity.com’s Entrepreneur Exchange on what it takes to make...

10 Mistakes Small Businesses Make

14 Sep 10 Posted by: Zipporah Porton
in Running Your Own Business
Everyone makes mistakes in their business efforts, so there is nothing to be embarrassed about. Mistakes are only a bad thing if you don’t learn from them. Here are some common mistakes people make when starting a business and advice on how to avoid them: 1.      Starting before you’re ready....

Seven Keys to Writing a Winning Business Proposal

When running a small business, one thing you will definitely need to push sales further and get to the level of success you desire is a winning business proposal. Not to be confused with a business plan – which is used to map out how to run your company and raise capital – a business proposal is used...

From Successful Business Owner to Franchisor…It’s a Long Way Baby!

7 Sep 10 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Featured Articles
You’re a self-made business owner with a great product/service to sell and a brand you can be proud of.  You’ve been in business long enough that you think it’s time to expand your operations.  Sure, there’s always the option to just open more stores/outlets of your own.  But then you somehow have to...

Surround Yourself With Talent To Fill The Gaps

6 Sep 10 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Entrepreneur Exchange
Jennifer Moorehead is the CEO of Science Explorers, an award-winning company that provides inquiry-based science programs to children ages 4 to 11 through afterschool clubs, summer science camps and assemblies of various kinds.  As a successful, self-made entrepreneur and a working mom, Jennifer shares...

Persistence Beats Resistance

3 Sep 10 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Entrepreneur Exchange
Carmen Esposito is the President of La Vita Dolce & Nucci’s Italian Ice and Gelato.  Having started his business out of a truck more than 35 years ago, he is now the largest manufacturer of Italian ice in the Philadelphia area. Carmen’s story and his overall philosophy about what it takes to make...

Six Payroll Solutions for Your Small Business

Nothing makes an employee happier than getting paid, but the actual payroll process can be a quite a nuisance for small business owners. Despite the headache, payroll has to get done or you won’t have any employees. If your business is small enough, you may be tempted to calculate payroll on your...

Persistence, Avoiding The “Techno-Norm” and Doing What Feels Good (pt 2)

1 Sep 10 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Entrepreneur Exchange
Welcome back to part two of our interview with Brooke Folk. Brooke is the President of Brooke SUPPLY Company, a sales and marketing company that has successfully promoted its clients’ products and services for more than three decades.  Here in the second of our two-part interview, he talks about everything...

Persistence, Avoiding The “Techno-Norm” and Doing What Feels Good (pt 1)

1 Sep 10 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Entrepreneur Exchange
Brooke Folk is the President of Brooke SUPPLY Company, a sales and marketing company that has successfully promoted its clients’ products and services for more than three decades.  Here in the first of a two-part interview, he shares his thoughts with BusinessOpportunity.com’s Entrepreneur Exchange on...

Not All States Are Created Equal

31 Aug 10 Posted by: Zipporah Porton
in Running Your Own Business
It’s time to set up shop for your new business, but you’re not sure where to focus your efforts when it comes to location. If you’ve created a new brand of parka that will protect the wearer from sub-zero temperatures, then Arizona is probably not going to be your best option. However, if your new business...

To MBA or Not To MBA

18 Aug 10 Posted by: Zipporah Porton
in Plans & Goals
You’d like to own your business, but you don’t have an MBA. Does this mean you’re making a bad move? Not necessarily. Earning an MBA appears to be the “thing to do” right now as more and more college graduates opt to continue their education by enrolling in business school. Additionally, more professionals...

Autoresponders: What They Are, What They Aren’t and Why YOU Still Matter Most!

Today’s technology is here to assist all of us in a big way when it comes to sales and marketing, but relying on it too heavily can be a huge mistake!  Here’s why… Autoresponders…it’s a relatively new term for a relatively new concept.  In the old days, a lead would come in and you’d get busy working...

Show Them What You’ve Got: Creating Your Own Self-Promotion Video to Post Online

10 Aug 10 Posted by: Zipporah Porton
in Marketing & Sales
It worked for UPS, so take a cue from a huge conglomerate by creating a simple video explaining what you do to promote your business. Those ever-present UPS commercials with the long-haired “every guy” and his white board actually feature Andy Azula, the creative director of the marketing campaign. It...

Exposing Business Opportunity SCAMS! 4 Red Flag Rules You Can Follow

This article is a must-read for anyone thinking about buying a business opportunity, distributorship, licensee opportunity or a franchise. Here we will teach you how to be a survivor instead of a victim! How often have you heard “This is a sure thing!” or “There is no way you can lose!”...

The Cupcake Trend: 5 Tips To Launching A Successful Specialized Business

3 Aug 10 Posted by: Zipporah Porton
in Start-Up
Everywhere you turn, people are snacking on cupcakes. What began as a cute novelty is now a bona fide trend that is popping up everywhere. Instead of going out for coffee or a drink, people head to their local cupcake shop to socialize with friends. Sometimes the next best thing can over saturate...

Marketing vs. Sales: Why the Battle for Better Should Be a Battle for Balance

28 Jul 10 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Featured Articles
It’s an age-old argument in business…Which is more important?  Which one should command the most attention and effort?  Marketing or sales?  Here’s why the battle about which one matters most really needs to be about balance… Imagine for a moment a balance scale with an empty plate hung by chains...

The Social Media Storm Continues

27 Jul 10 Posted by: Zipporah Porton
in Running Your Own Business
While Facebook and Twitter continue to stay strong, a number of other social media sites are popping up and grabbing the attention of consumers. Social media provides free marketing opportunities, but it can also suck much-needed time away from the tasks that are more important to your day-to-day...
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