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LinkedIn Benefits - 10/18/2013
“If you’re an entrepreneur, and you only have time for one social network, I would choose LinkedIn over any other,” says Dave Kerpen, founder and CEO of Likeable Local, a social media software startup for small businesses, and a LinkedIn Influencer with roughly 220,000 followers. “LinkedIn will undoubtedly give you the biggest bang for your buck.”   Are you on LinkedIn? I'm still fairly new to this social network but you're welcome to connect with me.  This article on Ma..
As business owners and entrepreneurs, we all have to make it point to be aware of how we present ourselves to potential clients, partners, and networkers.  "You must understand the people you're trying to influence or lead by building trust first before demonstrating competence and power. You must be able to show them that you understand them -- and, better yet, that you can relate to them. By doing that, you're laying the groundwork for trust. And it's only then that they can really..
If your business isn't on Google+ yet, it's time to get started. Learn how to leverage this rapidly growing social layer and its benefits with the latest Lucrazon blog post on Google Hangouts, best G+ features, social search, and more. http://www.lucrazon.com/smallbizchat-recap-how-to-use-google-plus-for-your-small-business Alex Pitt Founder & CEO Lucrazon   ..
As a business owner, you have to be prepared for anything that can happen to your data. Natural disasters, human error, malicious error etc.  Would you say that you're prepared to do a data backup should your data disappear right now? Most likely, the answer is no. 87% of small businesses don't think a data disaster could happen to them so prepare your business now with this checklist on the Lucrazon blog. Alex Pitt Founder & CEO Lucrazon ..
When it comes to customers, casting the net as wide or taking in as many clients as possible isn't always the best strategy. If they don't appreciate your work, if you get burnt out, if they don't refer you, then it would be all for naught. Attracting the right customers would make conversion a lot easier and would require less work on your part. However, how do you attract the right customer? A recent article by Entrepreneur discusses some tips to help you do just that.  ..
One of the first things every website owner should do is set up Google Analytics for the site. It's fast, simple, and free to use. This highly popular tool collects data from your site as quick as the next day, so it's important to set up your code and embed it sooner than later. Lucrazon provides a simple section under SEO Settings to paste in the code once you set up a Google Analytics account. However, what should you look for after you set up the data gathering? Here's a great article..
If you have a business website, chances are you also have a blog. For those just starting out, it can be daunting trying to figure out how to promote your posts. However with the right tools and tactics, you can get your posts noticed by the right targeted audience.  DigitalPhilippines created a highly detailed infographic showing 120 Marketing Tactics for New Blogs that you can follow if you're unsure as to where to start.  Alex Pitt Founder & CEO Lucrazon ..
For an ecommerce store or any business owner with a website, Google Indexing and SEO is imperative. If you don't have a website, your business doesn't exist, however, if you can't be found online, then your business also doesn't exist! In this article from Kim Garst, she goes over Google Indexing basics and why you should care about improving your own website's SEO.  The relevancy of your website matters to Google as they will only show websites search results that they feel peop..
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