Tag: being an entrepreneur

How to Get People Into Your Facebook Group

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ When I started building the now 60,000 strong Women’s Entrepreneur Network on Facebook, growth was slow, and painful.  Interaction was nonexistent. People weren’t joining.  In fact, all I got for months was crickets.  People were just watching, but not responding, not clicking, not really doing much of ANYTHING.  To say it…
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Entrepreneur Interview – LeaAnn Fuller

LeaAnn Fuller is a successful Entrepreneur, Women’s Empowerment and Self Love Coach, Author, and Motivational Speaker. She is the founder and CEO of Fuller Life, LLC, where she has used her own struggles as a young, single mom to launch her success. Her passion is empowering women to love themselves for who they are now…
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How to Make Marketing Your Brand More Manageable

~by Brooke Chaplan~ . Anyone who’s launched their own business can attest to how difficult it can be to market a new brand and products successfully. Although marketing can be intimidating to new business owners, anyone can master the skill of expanding their brand and reaching new customers.   Here are some tips for making…
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4 Compelling Reasons to Throw Office Parties

~by Rachelle Wilber~ . The term “office party” can conjure images of lackluster break-room gatherings or stuffy dinners. However, office parties can provide valuable opportunities for you and your employees. There are several compelling reasons for having an office party. New Perspective Office parties can provide new perspectives on your employees. Seeing people in a…
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Entrepreneur Interview – Elizabeth Pampalone

Elizabeth Pampalone started her company in 2007 after moving to a new city. Her many companies that followed were born of her observations of the struggles that small businesses face. She has helped start over 10 companies and has created over 300 websites. Entrepreneur Interview Q & A —– 1. What is your business/Business Name?…
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The Reality of Sales: How to Get Clients

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . Too many people think that if they ask a person or two, or maybe post a few times on social media, that they’re going to get clients. Just like that. When that doesn’t work, they get discouraged, and will often quit because it’s not as easy as they thought.  …
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Entrepreneur Interview – Christina Washington

Christina Washington is an author, educator, Founder of Innovative Learning Solutions, and Founder and Executive Director of Young Scholars, the youth academic division of ILS. She is also a contributing author of 2 engineering lab manuals and author of Ms Pearl Makes a Discovery, a children’s book that encourages youth to get excited about science.…
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6 Tips for Improved Business Efficiency and Reduced Stress

~by Kara Masterson~ . Removing business inefficiencies translates into profits over the long term. Greasing the cogs of business operations, however, is easier said than done. Due to the nature of business operations being interconnected, it’s fairly difficult to modify some phases of the operation without negatively affecting others. Here are 6 tips for improving…
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How to Manage Twitter and Work it for Your Business

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . Twitter is one of those social media platforms that a lot of people think is either passé, or that they just don’t get or understand. I’ve heard it said that Twitter is dead too many times to count.  Yet, I’ve found that Twitter is one of the biggest powerhouses for…
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Advice for New Entrepreneurs from Entrepreneurs Who’ve Been There

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . I am so blessed to be part of a community of entrepreneurs and experts in their field. They all have so much to offer, and I wanted to share their tidbits of wisdom with other entrepreneurs — especially for those who are just starting out. So I posted this question…
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