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Persuading people to buy into your way of thinking or seeing things is hard. Try this strategy to up the odds that you'll break through and get people on your side.
It's a lot more than a Twitter hashtag.
Whether it's email, staff interruptions, or boring phone calls, you can dramatically reduce the cost of these time wasters by leveraging this simple time tactic...
Share the love this Valentine's Day--discover a number of effective tools to engage your customers, candidates and employees.
If want to be smart about marketing, you've got to be smart about the numbers. These are the reasons why marketing analytics still aren't entirely accurate.
With the help of a great ghostwriter, the book writing process can make you a stronger thought leader.
How to use stories to capture buyers' attention
LinkedIn's overhaul of a key site feature makes it easier to engage with warm, inbound leads on the network.
Connect your employees to the strategies they are executing
It's time to leave behind these 6 boring, outdated practices
Yes, hiring discrimination against white males is really a thing. And, there's not much that can be done. Here's why...
Marketing Podcast Thought Leadership
Companies in the U.S. and Canada will be able to post openings and collect applications directly on their company Facebook pages.
At least that's what one study shows. So I did a little research of my own to find out why.
Include these four key elements at the end of your email to make your request clear and increase your response rate.
A new report from the Kauffman Foundation offers a lot to like about the current small business landscape in the U.S., but points out several trends that are cause for concern.
Know what you're getting into before making the leap.
Want to expand your market by 1.3 billion people? Do what Mark Zuckerberg is doing, and start learning Chinese.
Restaurants, stores, and other businesses across the country are closing their doors today as immigrant employees stay home from work in protest of White House policies.
It always come down to having the right rituals.