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How secure is Cloud Computing?

by Stephanie Mayo on October 12, 2009

If you are an executive of a large company, one of your responsibilities is to make sure that all your employees are using the right software and hardware so they can do their jobs properly. It is not enough to buy just the hardware. You also need to buy software licenses so that your workers [...]


Social Media Consulting for Participation Marketing

by Stephanie Mayo on June 19, 2009

Small business marketing is in the midst of a major organizational shift. Social networking is reinventing the entire online landscape and marketers had better tune in. We are seeing consumers that are more in charge. They are more efficient in organizing and are fantastic connectors who can be a marketer’s best friend (since they can [...]


Social Media Basics for Startup Businesses

by Stephanie Mayo on June 3, 2009

The internet is an invaluable resource for today’s businessman and customer. The businessman can project his product, his service to the consumer. The consumer can easily find products and services not only in their area, but globally that would not have been previously found. Businesses can blossom without a location or a staff. All that [...]


Telemarketing Training for Your Small Business Staff

by Stephanie Mayo on May 28, 2009

Phone training is crucial to a successful business. Although much business is conducted on the internet, allowing people to be as far away as India and The East Coast of the United States, quick connection through the telephone will allow for a personal touch as well as a way of direct communication. Phone training will [...]


The reality is that 99% of attempts to succeed online fail. While this is sad, the reality is that this doesn’t have to be the result. Startup businesses that treat their online presence as a serious business endeavor know that there needs to be a business plan and that this doesn’t need to be a [...]


There are a lot of sophisticated studies that have identified the way the human eye navigates a web page. Creating a pleasant and easy experience for your website visitor is a powerful way to reduce your site’s bounce rate but there is much more to it than just creating a pretty picture. Unfortunately many small [...]

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Some Take Aways From Jay Conrad Levinson

by Stephanie Mayo on February 25, 2009

What is first obvious to anyone listening to Jay Conrad Levinson speak is that he is a no nonsense type of guy.  He talks very freely about what works and what makes sense.  He also genuinely seems to enjoy the people he is addressing. Here are a few take away gems: One of the most [...]