Cloud Computing and Payment Options

As we discussed last month, “Cloud computing lets workers access company data and applications via the Internet. Anywhere and anytime. As a result, everyday tasks can be automated and performed on laptops, tablets, or even smartphones. Thus, by managing your cash flow with cloud accounting software, workers could end up more efficient and productive.” Today, […]

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Customer Relationships in a High-Tech World

External customer relationships, post-purchase customer relationships, and internal company relationships are always vital. And so are customer relationships in a high-tech world. But first, let’s explore “customer relationship” from a few sources: Entrepreneur Magazine. Company relationships refer to “ways in which your firm communicates and deals with existing customers. To increase profits, it’s tempting to […]

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Small Businesses Are Charging Ahead

As we noted earlier this month, many small business trends are worth studying. Now, let’s consider how small businesses are charging ahead. According to Vangie Beal for Webopedia: “A small business is privately owned and operated. And it typically employs a small number of workers. In the United States, the the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) […]

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Matching Your Resume to the Job

Yesterday, we looked at key resume mistakes to avoid. To complement that post, we now consider matching your resume to the job. This post is by guest blogger Bart Turczynski. He is a career expert. And a content editor. His career advice has been published by Workopolis, HuffPost, and CareerBuilder. Thank you to Bart and […]

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Avoid Making Resume Mistakes

We have posted extensively about the keys to good resumes. But we also need to avoid making resume mistakes. That is the subject of the current post. Before looking at mistakes to avoid, consider these job-oriented posts: Tips to Get YOUR Dream Job Where Do See YOUR Future Career Path Have YOU Thought About an […]

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Most and Least Expensive Cities Worldwide

In March 2017, we examined the most expensive city in the world in which to live. Today, we review the most recent study of the most and least expensive cities worldwide. But first, let us define the term “cost of living.” To do so, we turn to Investopedia: “Cost of living (CofL) is the amount […]

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How Anti-Drug Advertising Has Evolved

From news reports, we know there is a drug epidemic in the United States. And around the world. With that in mind, we study how anti-drug advertising has evolved. In addition, we consider the effectiveness of these ads. When firms give back to their communities, both they and the communities benefit. As we noted before: […]

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More Social Media Marketing Tips

At Evans on Marketing, we pay a lot of attention to social media marketing. Today, we present more social media marketing tips for you. First, take a look at these past posts: Social Media and E-Commerce Interesting Facts Building Social Media Marketing Strategies Brand Complaints and Social Media Best Times to Post to Social Media […]

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Changing Customer Experience Expectations

To succeed, changing customer experience expectations must be monitored. And fulfilled. As discussed before, a great customer experience facilitates repeat business. For example, look at these posts. Consistency Makes Good Customer Experiences Better. Closing the Customer Experience Gap. Better Customer Experience: Factor Consideration. Why the Customer Experience May Fail. In the current global environment, consumers […]

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Tracking Small Business Trends

As with large firms, tracking small business trends is imperative. IF small firms want to adapt to the marketplace! To best face competition, they must do so. Before studying trends, read these posts: Small Business Saturday Marketing Tips for Small Businesses Best Blogs for Small Business Small Businesses and Success/Failure Now, we turn to 2018 […]

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