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Paper Or Paperless: What System Should Your Office be Using?

 [This article was written by Brionna Kennedy.] Thanks to constantly updating technology, it’s easier and easier for small businesses to go paperless. It’s easy to jump to conclusions, however, and think that every office should be a paperless one, when that

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Leveraging Technology for Integrated Marketing Communication

[This articles was written by Jim Rutherford.] There is so much clutter in the consumer consciousness that marketing a unique message that resonates is nearly impossible. In order to separate from the mundane and the profane, it is more important than

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Ready for Take-Off: Everything You’ll Need to Get Your New Business off the Ground

[This article was written by Dixie Somers.] Sometimes the hardest part about starting a new business is getting it off the ground and running. There is a lot that goes into starting a business, and any setbacks can have drastic

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How to Create a Customer Relations Strategy that Drives Results

[This guest post was written by professional writer and CRM specialist Jamaica Sanchez.] Customer service is an integral part of any business. Your product is the skeleton that builds your business while customer service is the muscle that fortifies it. There

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Does Your Small Business Really Need Social Media?

[This guest post was written by business writer Lucy Harper.] In a word—yes. There are many factors that contribute toward the success of a small business. A good business plan that’s been carefully thought out is essential. Having a budget that

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Creating a Business Model That Allows For Scalability

[This guest post was written by business writer Adam Kinsey.] The goal most, if not all, businesses is to grow and thrive within their marketplace and economy. For this to happen, the operations model needs to inherently possess the ability to

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