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.
Google+ Pages has a long way to go before it can be worthy competitor to Facebook.
Starting a Business
Here are seven concrete suggestions on getting your products onto the shelves of major grocers.
Study indicates many Fortune 500 companies demonstrate a dismal attitude toward social media.
New York court ruling muddies the waters surrounding what employers can and cannot demand of their employees' social media activities.
In public relations and content marketing, who you hitch your wagon to matters. Here's how you can generate interest in your company without degrading it.
If your marketing strategy includes publishing original content, here's what you need to know to gain traction and generate more business.
To increase your sales, combine social media marketing with other forms of marketing.
More business marketers are turning to blogs, white papers and case studies to spread the word about their wares than search engine marketing.
A new survey offers a deeper look into the average lifetime of a status update on a Facebook Business Page.
Ready To Launch
Starting up a gaming company can be complex. Here are some tips that Row Sham Bow CEO learned to stay focused.
Make More Happen
For small towns across the U.S. to grow again after the worst recession since the Great Depression, here's a suggestion: Ask entrepreneurs for help.
Having to be accountable to merchants is driving a wave of innovation in the world of daily deals.
Facebook posts about work may be protected speech -- giving small employers more of a reason to seek professional advice when crafting a social-media policy.
New study shows how the Internet is taking hold when it comes to local information, offering clues as to how marketing dollars might be better spent.
While users bemoan its most recent changes, Facebook's update may be a good thing for businesses and brands.
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