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What To Do When Your Good Business Idea Is Already Taken

Have you ever hesitated to move forward with your business product or service idea because it felt like everyone was already doing what you wanted to do? You’re not alone. I’ve heard cries for help

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Are You Sabotaging Your Small Business With Negative Thoughts? (Video)

I visited one of my favorite online groups the other day and one of the members was on a negative rampage. I can’t this, I can’t that. And no matter what any of the other members suggested to her,

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What To Do When People Unsubscribe From Your Email List (Video)

Do you get bummed out when you see that someone has unsubscribed from your email list? That’s a natural, knee jerk reaction — especially if you’re just starting to grow your list. It makes you question

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7 Tips To Improve Your Odds of Success From The Experts (Video)

I’ve always thought it might be a good idea if we were born old with tons of knowledge and lessons learned, and then over time became young as each year went by. That way we would know everything we

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Is Your Excel Inventory Template Holding You Back?

If you’re using excel spreadsheets to manage your inventory (or even just pen and paper), you’re not alone. With all the challenges that come with running a business, figuring out what to use to manage

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3 Rules for Responding to Online Reviews (Video)

One thing that’s really cool about the world we live in today is we have lots of chances to see what other people think about a business or a product at the click of a button. Online reviews can help

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Is Niche Marketing A Myth?

Can you be successful serving a small niche market? There are so many myths around niche marketing and the opportunities that it presents for your business. Although many people have questioned the possibilities for

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How To Avoid Credit Fraud and Account Hacking (Video)

I’ll never forget the day I saw all sorts of sales receipts pop into my email account. It was one of those times when you just feel a huge knot in your stomach and pinch yourself because you don’t

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Three Quick Fixes To Avoid Typos and Grammar Errors in Your Copy (Video)

I don’t know about you, but I get really embarrassed when I discover typos or grammar errors in my posts or in emails I send out. No matter how many times I give them a good proofing, it seems some errors

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Grow Your Social Network With Live Events (Video)

It’s easy to get stuck inside your office (home?) if your business is mostly focused online. You get so wrapped up in getting stuff done, connecting on social network sites, and supporting your customers

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Use Your “Inside Voice” When Chatting In Public (Video)

Did your Mom ever tell you to use your “inside voice” when you were a kid? Mine did. And it’s a lesson that’s served me well in business. I have a pretty loud voice. And when I’m talking with

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10 Easy Ways To Get More Email Subscribers (Video)

So you know you must have an email list to help you build relationships with your prospects and customers. It is so critically important in this day and age. But what’s hard for so many small businesses

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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Online Store (Video)

It’s really exciting to get an online store up and running after long hours of hard work. Then you can just sit back and watch the sales roll in… Right? Unless you’re one of the very lucky few, then

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Kick Overwhelm To The Curb In Your Small Business (Video)

Overwhelm. Some days it will just take your breath away. So much to do with (what seems like) so little time. Getting stuck in overwhelm can freeze you into inaction. But that only makes the problem worse. The

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Don’t Procrastinate Your Way To Business Failure (Video)

Okay I have a confession. I’m a procrastinator. Yes, it’s sad but true. Now I’ll agree that not all procrastination is a bad thing. Sometimes issues will take care of themselves if we just ignore

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