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Trouble in Paradise? How to Reignite Customers' Interest in Loyalty Programs.

Companies shouldn't take advantage of consumers who trust them with their personal information.

5 Dead-Simple SEO Hacks to Save You Time

This tricks will boost your efficiency in attracting traffic to your site.

Eric Siu

Prepping for Obamacare? Why Not Every Business Should Shift to Part-Timers.

If you're thinking of shifting your workforce to part-timers, ask yourself these questions first.

All Content Isn't Created Equal: Tips For Making Yours Top-Notch

While startups are turning to content to build a marketing strategy, not everyone is utilizing this approach to its fullest marketing potential.

Eric Siu

Steer Clear of Burnout With These 5 Tips

Stay sane and de-stress with these strategies to keep burnout at bay.

Adam Toren

Read This Before Your Next Hard Conversation

Great communication requires courage to say what needs to be said. We outline the strategies for the tough talks you want to avoid.

The 9 P's to Prepare for Pitching Panic

Pitching to investors is part of the game. Yet, for many entrepreneurs getting up and presenting your idea can be downright petrifying. Here are a few tips on how to get through the presentation and seal the deal.

Adam Toren

Smart Twitter Guidelines to Follow

If you're new to Twitter, these guidelines can help you 'think before you tweet.'

Scott Levy

PR Lessons for Bridge Scandal-Hit Chris Christie

As the New Jersey governor deals with the political fallout, here are some almost-PR disasters and what the companies did to get out of them.

Chuck Tanowitz

Resolve Differences and Keep Everyone (Sort of) Happy

When things get heated, these four tips can help you and your staff deal with conflict.

Mark Feffer

How to Turn Negativity Into Creativity

Novelty is often met with resistance. Here's how thought leaders like Steve Jobs were able to use rejection to fuel creative brilliance.

Laura Entis

5 Steps to Conquering Public-Speaking Anxiety

People most likely to suffer from speaking anxiety are those who care most about their careers. The reason is that overachievers are highly aware of the importance of presentation skills in climbing the corporate ladder and becoming successful.

Steve Tobak