Category: Online Technologies, e-Business
Do any of your employees work remotely? Could your company benefit from what is now called "Web Communiting?" Kellyanne Conway joins Jim Blasingame with a recent workplace survey which found that Web Communing is on the rise and increasing in popularity.
Do you want to build a profitable website without a million dollar budget? Lori Culwell joins Jim Blasingame to provide simple steps that will help you compete in a global marketplace, regardless of the size of your business.
Why will just having a website in the future not be enough? Anita Rosen joins Jim Blasingame to explain that your Internet presence will also have to include the ability to deliver your message on the various mobile platforms, and they discuss how that will happen.
Who contributes the largest share of resources to developing countries? Carol Adelman says it's America and its citizens and companies, as she explains with Jim Blasingame. They also discuss how technology is changing philanthropy.
Build small business customer relationships that last? Scott Swedenburg explains how to follow your customers home with valuable offerings, with Jim Blasingame.
Could the term "social media" become a stumbling block to small business adopting the very important activity of creating customer communities? Jeff Zbar and Jim Blasingame talk about the difference between the social media industry and the future of business networking online.
Can a retail small business thrive in this recession? Bob Negen says yes, and he talks with Jim Blasingame about some important tips and best practices on how to effectively market and run a retail business in a slow economy.
How is the craze of social media impacting email and other newer technologies, such as texting and instant messaging? Christina Cavanagh talks with Jim Blasingame about the best ways to blend email with connecting on social media communities and other communicating tools.
How does a small business incorporate a Web 2.o strategy into it's marketing and growth plans? Ken Leebow joins Jim Blasingame to talk about What Web 2.0 is and how to take advantage of the various elements without abandoning what we already are doing.
The most important thing you need to sell successfully is what's in the head of your prospects and customers. Sam Richter joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to make sure your sales calls are oriented around what's important to them, rather than what's important to you.
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