Mikal E. Belicove
Mikal E. Belicove is a market positioning, social media, and management consultant specializing in website usability and business blogging. His latest book, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Facebook
, is now available at bookstores. For more information, visit MikalBelicove.com.
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A federal agency for labor practices offers long-awaited guidance to employers on social-media guidelines at work.
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The Federal Communications Commission is turning its attention to privacy issues surrounding the growing use by businesses of location-based services.
A look at how content-delivery networks can help small-business owners.
Happy hour pricing is now legal in Kansas thanks to a new state law. It's just one of many now taking effect with an impact on small businesses. We offer this sampling.
Forums and boards are popular with consumers. But one misstep by you or your brand and you could be tossed out.
Credits have always been confusing for the average Facebook user. Now that they're gone and subscription billing is available, more companies may want to consider trying f-commerce.
If you're paying bloggers and others online for endorsements or testimonials, be prepared for these new disclosure rules in the making.
Facebook's latest ad program allows businesses to retarget their website visitors on Facebook.
A look at the pros and cons of acquiring a new top-level domain name.
Crafting a set of social media guidelines can help avoid snafus among your staff. Here are tips for how to create one.
While the app store may have hundreds of thousands of apps, the mobile app space is still ripe with opportunity for new ones.
When traveling on business, you can sometimes turn an inconvenience into valuable business insights. Here are four from a recent lousy trip.
Facebook released a trio of highly anticipated features expected to make managing a Facebook page for a business easier.
Participating on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter can complement traditional marketing methods for shoring up leads and sales.
It could happen in nearly any company: Employees sometimes go into business for themselves. It's so American it makes apple pie look suspect.
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