Category: Marketing, Networking & Social Media

Give Your Business Extra Love for Valentine’s Day

As they say, Valentine’s Day is for lovers, and much like your significant other, running a business requires a lot of love and patience year after year. It can be love at first sight or it can take months or even years to finally end up together.  If you don’t give your business enough love…
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Three Steps to Making Free Recorded Conference Calls

~by Dianna Sandora~ What if you could make truly free conference calls? You would be able to make connections with as many people as you wanted, and would not have to worry about limits to the number of participants to the call, or the number of hours, or even the number of people who access…
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How I Became a Best-Selling Author

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ One of the more interesting things I did this past year was to write and publish a book. I used Best Seller Publishing, and wrote a book called Choosing a Caregiver – Expect the Best & Know How to Ask for It. In my book I provide information that I wish…
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Entrepreneur Interview – Gina Mortimer Storr

Entrepreneur Gina M. Storr, along with her husband, owns a Communications and Online Business Coaching Firm.   1. What is your business/Business Name?  What does your business do? SeaStar Connect – We are a Communications and Online Business Coaching Firm. We help business owners use the internet, social media, networking, digital products and events to turn…
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7 Tips for Managing Text Messages

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ The sheer number of text messages we get in a single day can be mind-boggling. Back and forth – Do this! Hey, did you remember that? What’s for dinner? Who’s going to pick up the kids. Beep.. Beep.. Another text, and another! They keep adding up. You can’t control how many…
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Social Media Doesn’t Drive Sales… But That’s Not the Point | LinkedIn

The point is that social media is a teeny tiny reflection of what happens in day-to-day life. In Jonah Berger’s Contagious, he makes the salient point that only 7% of word of mouth happens online (other studies say 5%). I’m not sure if all of that even belongs to social media channels, either. I’d guess…
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