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.
The future of gamification could include 'playbor' (play plus labor) and 'weisure' (work plus leisure).
Clicking the 'Like' button on a business, brand, organization or person's official Facebook Page may be grounds for dismissal.
State and federal legislation aimed at protecting freedom of speech is catching up with social media and employers.
From posting content to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more, Entrepreneur writer Mikal Belicove offers his best tips.
Find out how your state and county compare to the rest of U.S.
Steve Jobs was many things, including a master storyteller. Presenting like he did isn't that difficult. You simply need to create and stick to a particular focus.
Not convinced your business should provide customer service via social media? Turns out, social media users spend more when they receive great service.
A new report shows women are the major players in social media. Time to tweak your marketing?
Forming a board of directors can help a business grow to the next level. Here are tips for recruiting and retaining one.
While most businesses should handle social media in-house, Entrepreneur writer Mikal Belicove says there's at least one reason to hire a consultant.
Electronic devices that are worn on the body and relay information are starting to receive a lot of buzz, but partnering with a big company is the key to getting the product to see the light of day.
In beta testing Offers and acquiring the assets of customer-loyalty application Tagtile, Facebook has opened the floodgates for businesses to market to their fans.
Some well-known retailers are not responding adequately to customer-service complaints online. Your business should not do the same.
Your website is all about your brand while Facebook is a social network that you can't control. Writer Mikal Belicove explains.
A study of more than 11 million consumer conversations online takes a close look at how people review and purchase products online -- and how user-generated reviews can affect your own brand or business.
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