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How to Avoid the Pain of Losing the Sale

| August 10, 2012

The business of selling can be an exhilarating one. There is the thrill of the chase, the newness and spontaneity of each encounter, the complex quest to understand how your customer thinks, the preparation, strategizing, courting, all leading to the absolute triumph of closing. It takes guts to engage in the business of selling. It […]

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LinkedIn Emerging as a David to Facebook’s Goliath [Video]

| July 16, 2012

In the aftermath of Facebook’s monumental let down of an IPO, a silver lining is now emerging from the fog and frustration in the form of a social media trailblazer that has managed to quietly become an industry standard even amid an atmosphere of cynicism and acid reflux. That silver lining is LinkedIn, the professional […]

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The Art of Posting: Bit.ly Blog Reveals Best and Worst Times to Share on Social Media [Video]

| June 29, 2012

For businesses of all sizes, engaging potential and existing customers through social media has become a business of its own these days. According to research from the URL shortening service, bit.ly, there are ideal and not-so-ideal times to post content on the various social media networks. Focusing in on Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr, bit.ly tracked […]

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