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January 17, 2013 – 1,124 views
Ms. Faye Riva Cohen - Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
As I mentioned in my previous blog, I have a reading gene, and I feel compelled to read anything that crosses my path. It turns out that I have a blogging/writing gene too. I write a blog about every 3 weeks. When I first started blogging, I found it difficult to think of topics and find the time to blog about them. Now my blogs come fully formed into my mind, and often interrupt my sleep, and they just wait for me to transcribe them. I have found blogging to be therapeutic, and I recommend it. It is really like writing a diary with “legs”... Full Story 
January 16, 2013 – 1,303 views
Tim Connor - Connor Resource Group
If you were able to get an appointment with the president of an organization that was a potential customer who could give you more business in one sale than all of your other customers combined--and when you sat down in front of their desk they said to you, “OK salesperson, you have 3 minutes, why should I do business with you and your organization?” What would you do or say?... Full Story 
January 7, 2013 – 1,044 views
Association of Business Training
The sheer number of smartphones and tablets in use today is mind-boggling. Even entry-level smartphone has features that a savvy web-user could use to read reviews of the newest restaurant in town or update his or her status on a social networking site. In fact, from being a luxury for a select few till a few years back, smartphones and tablets have now become essentials for people to stay connected on the go. These facts predict a very exciting and dynamic future ahead for mobile marketing, which is why every company, no matter what the product or service is, can benefit from mobile marketing... Full Story 
January 2, 2013 – 1,086 views
Association of Business Training
The “About Me” page is perhaps the best calling card for your business. Getting people to find out more about what you do can be more challenging than it seems. Important question such as what are your core values and which services do you specialize in will need to be answered smartly. It’s like the common question all interviewers ask “Tell me something about yourself.” And just like the question, the about me page is your chance to tell the reader exactly what it is that you stand for... Full Story 
December 19, 2012 – 1,104 views
Laura Webb
Ordering sales leads lists allows businesses to quickly identify, contact, and nurture leads. Whether you plan on using mailing lists, consumer telemarketing lists, or business email lists, maximizing your return on investment is an important consideration. Below are a few ways to ensure that your sales leads lists deliver... Full Story 
December 18, 2012 – 1,109 views
Ms. Faye Riva Cohen - Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
For days after Hurricane Sandy I was flooded with calls from disgruntled, suspended or terminated employees seeking legal advice. I guess they were stuck at home and decided to call a lawyer and discuss their issues. For the most part, employees who call me should have sought legal help far earlier than they did. I am of the opinion that given the current workplace environment every employee needs to keep a lawyer on call. If retained early enough a lawyer may be able to save an employee’s job, and if that is not possible, for one reason or another, some type of severance agreement may be negotiated which may or may not involve money, a neutral employment reference, and/or an agreement that an employee may apply for unemployment compensation benefits without the employer contesting benefits. A lawyer may be able to assist with a disability claim, or perhaps fashion some other remedy... Full Story 
December 17, 2012 – 1,066 views
Association of Business Training
There are many perks to be found when it comes to doing business in Canada, and you should not be worried about the hassles of running and maintaining a business while you are in this country. Canada is part of the G8, and it is actually the easiest country to do business in out of those eight countries. In fact, the Economic Intelligence Unit said Canada was the best place to do business back when the G8 was the G7. While many Americans think about higher tax rates and a less than friendly business environment when they think about Canada, the reality of the situation is actually far away from that myth. This country has all the stability, skilled labor, industry leadership and everything else that one needs to start a successful business... Full Story 
December 14, 2012 – 994 views
Canada is known as the entrepreneurial Garden of Eden. The fundamental balancing act of all business ventures is low risks and high gains, and if you are ready to make a leap, Canada may be just the perfect place to land. As the natural resources of Canada run as deep as its waterfalls, there is ample investment and blue collar opportunity in Canada. Though it is all mining, pumping, fishing and farming, the man-made industry is equally robust... Full Story