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Is Print Truly Dead?


What’s even weirder is that, with 5% of the followers of The Washington Post and The New York Times has, gets more +1s than any other newspaper. With 33,206 +1s per week on average, the Post is the only major U.S. paper (with more than 200 followers) that gets a significant multiple of weekly +1s per follower. It gets 1.7 +1s per person encircling it, and the rest of the leaders get a small fraction of their follower count. Continue reading

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The Lucky Seven Must Do’s for Marketing Plans


It is of little consequence if your business is online or brick and mortar, a product or service type of business, small or large. All businesses need to utilize a formal plan, however constructed, as long as it is on paper. If you commit anything to paper, your focus will be enhanced by that action. Continue reading

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Mobile Money Transactions Going Global


Reported recently in a new research report by Berg Insight®, mobile money users will grow from 133 million users in 2010 to reach more than 700 million users in 2015. The total value of mobile money transactions will reach more than $215 Billion U.S. Continue reading

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Top Ten Must Have Skills Every Entrepreneur Needs Part 1


Like a toolbox full of items, skill sets are what’s used to build a successful business. Continue reading

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Customer-Centric Focus for Today’s Emerging Enterprise


READ MY LIPS! It’s all about the customer! Nothing done in any business should be without total consideration of the customer: for without them, there is nothing. Continue reading

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Making the Email Marketing Campaign Decision


Think about it; does it make sense to run an email campaign? That depends. First of all, there is the creation, the scheduling and the tracking of the data received as a result of it. If you read my recent article on your first email marketing campaign, you already know how easy it can be. Now, more than ever, at least since the very early stages of the web and email, it can become extremely profitable.

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Entrepreneur or Intrepreneur


“This article was originally published in The Growth Masters Daily (http://www.TheGrowthMasters.com), and is reprinted with permission. This article may not be reproduced in whole or part without including the name of this author and an acknowledgement of the fact the article was … Continue reading

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Choosing the Right Partner


A leader must make sound judgements when creating a winning team, and that includes partners in the endeavor. Continue reading

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WTF? Why Not F.I.N.?


April 4, 2011 (Post Meet the Press) What is going on in this country these days, that will positively impact enterpeneurs and emerging enterprises? Not too much, I am afraid.  My opinion probably doesn’t mean much to the betterment of … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurship after Military Service


The Over-Caffeinated Entrepreneur Entrepreneurship after Military Service By David J Dunworth Your service to this great country is commendable, and now that you have returned, you need to go on with your life.  Depending on your individual situation, the job … Continue reading

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