10 Foursquare Tips for Business Owners

1. Make sure that your entire staff understands what Foursquare is and knows about the special or the discounts. 2. Don’t limit your specials to just the Mayors!  Try to do something for everyone who checks in. 3. Keep changing specials up every month or every few months so that...

Book Review: The Art of Effective Online Social Networking by Jeanne Grunert

When networking online or offline, it’s important to stay consistent and  The Art of Effective Online Social Networking by Jeanne Grunert, shows you how to do just that. The book is perfect for those thinking about dipping their toes into social media, and believe it or not, there are still...

Product Review: New Cold-EEZE Spray

I have a love-hate relationship with this time of the year. I love that the leaves are changing and that the weather is cool, but not freezing. I love putting away my summer clothes and shoes and switching over to fall and winter clothes and boots. But, what I hate...

HuffPost Weird News’ Staff Writer Gets More Facebook Fans By Being Creative

  -------------------------------- David Moye is a Staff Writer for the HuffPost Weird News. He told me that the company wanted him to take advantage of the subscribe button to connect with readers. David was the first one in his vertical to do so and now he has subscribers all over...

Intellectual Property Review, by Guest Blogger Anthony M. Verna III

One issue I see when a business takes itself from the idea stage to doing business in the real world is a lack of intellectual property review. This can be seen in either taking out a Facebook page or a domain name in either the business name or a proposed...

No Facebook or Twitter?

Have you ever wondered what the world would be like without Facebook or Twitter? It’s not that long ago that these two social networking sites weren’t even on an advertiser’s radar but today, they are more prevalent than ever. More and more corporations and agencies are focusing their ad campaigns...

It’s Time To Manage! Tip of the Week by Stephen Davies

Time Accountability Hiring When you are hiring new employees, ask candidates about their time management abilities. The best employees are those that can prioritize their work and handle interruptions, so be sure to ask relevant questions to probe in those areas so that you hire somebody who has those skills.

It’s Time To Manage! Tip of the Week by Stephen Davies

Never Delegate Upwards When somebody comes to you with an issue they should figure out themselves, don't allow yourself to relieve them of the burden and take it on yourself. Instead of saying "leave it with me" when this happens, say "never delegate upwards" and ask them for their solution.