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4 Things Mentally Strong Salespeople Do That Average Reps Don’t

Written by Carole Mahoney | @icarolemahoney If you were to name the number-one thing that separates great from average salespeople, what would it be? Their ability to build rapport? The guts and smarts to ask tough and thoughtful questions? The way that they recover from rejection like a duck shaking water off its back? The endless energy and discipline to hustle? Or ...

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11 Grants for Women-Owned Businesses You Need to Know About

11 Grants for Women-Owned Businesses You Need to Know About In 2014, there were close to 9.1 million women-owned businesses in the United States, a 68 percent increase since 1997, according to The 2014 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report from American Express. This percentage increase exceeded the national average of small business growth by 1.5 times.

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25 Expert Social Media Marketing Tips

Social media has increasingly become the significant driving force in marketing. So, how does the average company or brand make the most effective use of this very important tool? Here are 25 things that experts can implement to maximize the effectiveness of their social media campaigns.

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14 Hot Web Design Trends From 2015

The loudest content medium out there has finally learned how to be quiet. In 2015, web design moved away from information overload to an aesthetic revolving around empty space and simplicity. Taking a cue from magazines, web pages are using large high-definition photographs and typography to lure in readers with eye-pleasing openers before revealing further content.

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10 Tips for Combining SEO and Content Marketing

Gone are the days when search engine optimization was enough to land your website onto Google’s good graces. Now you must to add content marketing to your arsenal of digital marketing tool if you want to gain search engines’ approval and ultimately win the heart of online users.

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No, I Do Not Want to Hear About Your Exciting New Business Venture

It used to be the punch line for so many jokes. Sitcoms would feature that shady uncle who tried to sell the protagonist on some new business plan, everyone would roll their eyes, and a laugh track would roll. It was uniformly recognized as ridiculous, because clearly the shady uncle had been swayed into some sort of pyramid scheme.

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