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4 Keys to Marketing on Twitter
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4 Keys to Marketing on Twitter

With over 302 million active users, Twitter is a platform you need to get in on.
Nathan Resnick
The 8 Values Every Company Should Live By
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The 8 Values Every Company Should Live By

Values are an important part determining how great a company's culture can be.
Craig Cincotta
Putting People Over Profit in Business and Life
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Putting People Over Profit in Business and Life

The best ways to interact with your employees to create an incredible culture, how to get essential feedback to course correct yourself, and what the role of fear is in making your startup a success.
Lewis Howes
5 Things Real Leaders Do Every Day, According to Henry Ford
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5 Things Real Leaders Do Every Day, According to Henry Ford

Summer is the perfect time for every entrepreneur to turn up the heat on developing their leadership skills.
Adam Toren
These Brother and Sister Entrepreneurs Were Just Named the National Small Business Persons of the Year
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These Brother and Sister Entrepreneurs Were Just Named the National Small Business Persons of the Year

One of the founders of the family-owned and operated Missouri Star Quilt Company reflects on moments of intense struggle -- and serious doubt.
Catherine Clifford
Want to Look Smart on Social Media? 5 Tips From Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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Want to Look Smart on Social Media? 5 Tips From Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

Execs from Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter tell you what you need to know.
Carly Okyle
Battle-Tested Startup Advice From 6 Awesome Entrepreneurs
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Battle-Tested Startup Advice From 6 Awesome Entrepreneurs

The six finalists in the running for National Small Business Person of the Year share what they wish they'd known as they were getting started.
Catherine Clifford
Personalizing Ads Can Boost Marketing for Small Businesses
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Personalizing Ads Can Boost Marketing for Small Businesses

Tailoring ads to customers is in the tradition of the local shopkeepers who knew their customers by name.
Andre Bourque
Feeling Overwhelmed? Here's How These Entrepreneurs Stay Productive.
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Feeling Overwhelmed? Here's How These Entrepreneurs Stay Productive.

Every year, one entrepreneur is bestowed the honor of National Small Business Person of the Year. We talked to the six finalists about how they get things done.
Catherine Clifford
Small Businesses Celebrating on a Tight Budget This Year.
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Small Businesses Celebrating on a Tight Budget This Year.

Entrepreneurs can be successful even in the worst of times, but let's hope they aren't forced into that position for much longer.
Susan Solovic
What Keeps Entrepreneurs Grounded, Peaceful and Happy Amid the Chaos
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What Keeps Entrepreneurs Grounded, Peaceful and Happy Amid the Chaos

We asked six nationally celebrated entrepreneurs to share how they stay grounded amid the turbulence of running a business.
Catherine Clifford
Nationally Celebrated Small-Business Owners Reveal Their Best Hiring Secrets
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Nationally Celebrated Small-Business Owners Reveal Their Best Hiring Secrets

In honor of National Small Business Week 2015, we collected these words of wisdom from the six finalists in the running to win National Small Business Person of the Year.
Catherine Clifford
Challenges Women Face When Raising Venture Capital
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Challenges Women Face When Raising Venture Capital

If you're a woman who wants to start a business, don't let these obstacles stand between you and major sources of funding.
Carol Roth
The Big Thing Missing From National Small Business Week
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The Big Thing Missing From National Small Business Week

While we celebrate the majority of our nation's employers, we should not forget about those other businesses.
Gene Marks