Featured #1

Are You Attacked by Bad or Bogus Reviews? 5 Tips to Respond

Certainly you only want positive customer reviews. Internet-savvy shoppers read reviews to make buying decisions. Reviews can make or break you.






[Read more...]

Featured #2

6 Best Practices to Capitalize on a Business Loan

Small business owners face unnecessary financial risks unless they’re careful in looking for a loan. This, as the result of high interest rates and onerous fees. It’s possible to get the lowest-cost small business loan. If you want to apply for a business loan from a... [Read more...]

Featured #3

Governments – from Cities to Federal – Dangerously in Debt

July 25, 2016 – The U.S. economy has been slowly mending. However, the situation is bleak for governments at all levels. It’s distressing to most business people. Why? High debt is dangerous and economic growth is dreadfully slow. But economic growth is vital. With... [Read more...]

Featured #4

As a Minority Group, Why Hindus Love Trump

From Real Clear Politics, it was easy to spot an eye-catching headline, Hindus for Donald Trump, in Google News. Clearly, the article contains enlightening comments – salient insights about four-million Hindus with roots from India who live and prosper in the United States.... [Read more...]

Featured #5

How to Increase Conversion Rates of Online Job Applicants

  Your business is not alone when it comes to the high costs incurred in the recruitment of job applicants online. Most job seekers get frustrated and quit in the middle of their online applications. When job seekers quit the application process you lose in the recruitment of... [Read more...]

Featured #6

Banks and Credit Unions Can Find it Easier to Target Millennials

Attracting customers under the age of 35 can be daunting for financial services. For long-term sustainability, financial planners need to increase their efforts to attract a younger crowd – Millennials. You might not get an immediate return on your Millennial initiatives,... [Read more...]

Planning

How to Grow Your Business by Private Labeling

Many businesses are growing their businesses by taking advantage of growth opportunities in private labeling. It can be positive revenue-wise for the supplier as well as the retailer. Here the basics if you want to profit by private labeling.











[Read more...]


Marketing / Sales

Are You Attacked by Bad or Bogus Reviews? 5 Tips to Respond

Certainly you only want positive customer reviews. Internet-savvy shoppers read reviews to make buying decisions. Reviews can make or break you.











[Read more...]



Wall Street

Want to Take Your Company Public? Here are 5 IPO Tips

Companies enter the IPO market for a myriad of obvious reasons – as an entrée to capital markets, for higher status and visibility, or to attract talented employees. In a lot of ways, credibility is king – here are five steps.











[Read more...]


Operations

Energy Management for Your Facilities – Top 7 Strategies

For cost savings, there are at least seven energy-management strategies that will enable your company to be more efficient with technology and conquer your volatile energy expenses.











[Read more...]


Finance

6 Best Practices to Capitalize on a Business Loan

Whether it’s a business loan, a cash advance against your credit-card income, equipment lease or purchase or commercial mortgage loan, don’t have stars in your eyes. Be pragmatic.











[Read more...]


Human Resources

How to Increase Conversion Rates of Online Job Applicants

Your business is not alone when it comes to the high costs incurred in the recruitment of job applicants online. Most job seekers get frustrated and quit in the middle of their online applications.











[Read more...]


Tech

Key Measures to Prevent, Recover from Ransomware

Published reports indicate ransomware cost businesses $350 million in 2015. The FBI considers ransomware attacks one of the three worst cyber threats.











[Read more...]


Public Policy

Governments – from Cities to Federal – Dangerously in Debt

The U.S. economy has been slowly mending. However, the situation is bleak for governments at all levels.
Why? High debt is dangerous and economic growth is dreadfully slow. This is best illustrated by the enclosed U.S. Debt Clock.











[Read more...]


Seattle business consultant Terry Corbell provides high-performance management services and strategies.