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5 Ways to Miss the Promotion Boat

Before you start tearing up your old business cards, steer clear of these all-too-common pitfalls.

Andrew Benett

Why Self-Promotion Is a Terrible Idea

Nobody wants to work with a self-interested, self-absorbed, self-serving self-promoter. If you think about it, neither would you.

Steve Tobak

Push Your Product, Not the Promotion

Many businesses waste precious effort and resources because they don't plan their brand promotion properly.

Yoni Ellman

4 Ways to Make Middle Managers Better Leaders

Don't treat middle managers like forgotten middle children. Here are some ways to improve middle leadership, engagement and satisfaction.

Phone Low on Battery? At SXSW, You Can Have a Dog Bring You a Charger.

Mophie, the mobile battery-case company, wants to rescue your battery while raising awareness about animal adoption.

Nina Zipkin

This Bearded Guy Has Unintentionally Become the Face of Tech Startups

You might not recognize Adam Lisagor by name. But you've probably seen his face before. Once, maybe twice or more. He's the promotional video guy.

Jason Fell

Turn Your Data Into 'Lessons Learned' to Guide Your Marketing Plan

"Lessons Learned" is a simplified approach to analyzing past year performance, program by program, to assess what's worked and what has not worked.

Jim Joseph

New Amazon Platform Allows Anyone to Host an Online Giveaway

Amazon Giveway hopes to make online giveaways easy – and get more hosts to buy and give away Amazon products.

Kate Taylor

6 Selling Points About Working for a Small Startup

Your fledging company can compete for the best employees by marketing its newness to its advantage.

Josh Steimle

So You Want to Write a Business Book

If no one is going to read your book, hold off. Here are four key things to consider to determine whether the timing is right.

Stephen Key

Pretty People Eat for Free at This Chinese Restaurant

A restaurant in central China is offering free meals to the 50 most beautiful customers who walk through the doors every day, as judged by a panel of local plastic surgeons.

Kate Taylor