Chris Brogan is president of Human Business Works, a small-business education and growth company. He is also co-author of
The New York Times bestselling book Trust Agents, and author of Social Media 101. He blogs at chrisbrogan.com.
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Find yourself getting bogged down in the day to day of your business? Put these goals to work to move your marketing and business prospecting ahead again.
Google+ isn't just for networking anymore. Here are four ways to put it to work to amp up your revenues.
The popular blogger shares tips to make marketing more of a flow than an interruption.
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Think you'll be able to have downtime during the winter holiday season? Think again.
Now that you're your own boss, you need to do your own marketing and promotion. (Who did you think was going to take care of all that for you?) Here's how to do it.
Google+ has quickly become the place to be in social media. Here's why--and what your business should do about it.
The video blog is the best online tool you're not using. That needs to change. It's time to be seen.
The popular blogger explains how to save time and be more effective with online connections.
Most marketers put the focus on their product. Try flipping that around and showing your customers how they can be successful.
Your social media strategy should have a solid foundation and fluid outposts where you can connect with customers.
Inspiring Your Team
Creating and fostering the character of your company is imperative, even if your employees don't all share the same four walls.
From online to off, and the other way around. Why both worlds still matter.
In a world of distractions, how do you stand out? Here's some advice for getting in front of your intended audience.
Digital and social media tricks to incorporate the next time you pitch your concept or company to a crowd.
Doing business without the traditional trappings means equipping employees with the right platforms.
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