Insights for Exhibiting Success at Trade Shows

Insights include: Attendees at trade shows would rather chat with marketing and sales staff as opposed to managers.

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Strategies to Prevent Internet Terrorism — Online Fraud

Merchants are everywhere are falling victim to Internet terrorism — online fraud. They are trying to fight it, but are they successful? A study revealed they aren’t successful. Here’s what you can do.

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8 Career Tips to Unlock Your Potential as a Leader

It’s important to note that leaders aren’t necessarily born. They develop themselves. They don’t settle or languish. They evolve by constantly assessing their progress for improvement. Here’s how…

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5 Data Recovery Planning Tips for Computer Failures

It’s important to have a data recovery plan in case your computer system fails. But many businesses don’t have a contingency plan. Here are five tips.

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13 Tips to Develop the Best Content for a Top-Rated Blog

Content marketing has become an art form via blogs. Here are 12 tips to develop the best content for a top-rated blog.

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How to Set Appointments with CEOs for Long Term Relationships

In-person cold calls work well in selling to a CEO, and enhances your efforts to lay a groundwork for a long-term business relationship. Here’s how.

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In Q4, Businesses Should Plan to Use at Least 5 Strategies for 2012 Tax Returns

Oct. 17, 2012 – Where has the year gone? Know your rights with the Internal Revenue Service. Businesses should start planning their 2012 tax returns – ASAP. Some IRS changes are expected to expire or be reduced after this year. So, it’s best to take advantage of opportunities, especially if you’ve made certain investments to […]

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Protect Your Bank Accounts So You Can Sleep at Night

Small business bank accounts are at-risk. Cybercriminal attacks are skyrocketing, and business bank accounts are not insured by the FDIC.

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Investment Advisors Feel Buoyant, but Investors Don’t Feel the Love

Ironically, many investment advisors are cheery enough about the future to hire staff while their clients are pessimistic about the economy.

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ObamaCare Has Cost Economy $27.6 billion, Eliminated 30,000 Jobs – Study

Oct. 10, 2012 If you’re wondering why the U.S. economy seems stagnant, ObamaCare isn’t helping. In fact, a study by a nonprofit issue-advocacy, American Action Forum (AAF), shows the economy has been devastated by $27.6 billion in unnecessary regulatory costs and in 30,000 lost jobs, as a result of ObamaCare. “This analysis barely scratches the […]

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