Don’t be Sorry: To Win on Google, Be Careful about Paid Content

If you want to win on Google, heed its warning.

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Get a Running Start Today to Win Your Race for Revenue

s a busy professional, it’s important for you to maintain your focus on marketing and sales. Here’s how to build momentum for revenue growth.

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Memorial Day: How would Abraham Lincoln Feel Today?

Memorial Day is to remember the armed forces’ men and women who died to protect our freedoms. Some reflection on what Abraham Lincoln would say today.

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Seattle Tech Recruiter Provides Career Advice, Makes Prediction

As tech companies watch the debate in Congress on visas, one fact remains: They still need skilled workers. Here are insights from a tech recruiter.

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Unhappy with Your Marketing-Sales? Assess Your Culture

If you’re dissatisfied with your revenue, it’s time for an assessment of your culture’s operation. Why? Superior cultures drive business performance.

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11 Web Site Strategies to Grow Your Professional Service Firm

If you want to grow your professional-service firm, don’t ignore your most-visible marketing vehicle – your Web site. To retain and add clients to grow your practice,compelling thought leadership and other qualities that generate trust trust are key factors for your Web site.

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Attracting Investors – Crowdfunding vs. Venture Capital

Despite its democratic approach, how crowdfunding – a vehicle to help entrepreneurs raise money – is remarkably similar to venture capital funding.

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Tips to Make Risk-Taking Investments Work for Innovation

Accenture study explains increased investments in innovation haven’t resulted in competitive advantages for companies. Here are five solutions.

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Trends in Attracting Start up Tech Capital, Exit Strategies

Good news if you’re concerned about obtaining capital for your startup, as long as you’re in mobile or other technology. Money is available.

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Business In-house Lawyers Reveal Their Biggest Concerns — Study

What are the salient concerns of in-house lawyers? Their two chief concerns are economic uncertainty, and regulatory compliance and enforcement — according to an authoritative Grant Thornton survey.

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