Archive for January, 2014

Is Your Point-of-Sale System Safe?

We’ve all seen the news: places we’ve trusted with our credit card information, such as Target, Neiman Marcus and Michael’s Crafts, have all suffered massive hits that included thousands, and […]

10 Ways to Attract the Right Following on Social Media

A social media platform is one of the best ways of marketing a business of any size, but be sure to establish the type of following your business is after. […]

6 Facebook Advertising Angles

Social media advertising has many advantages and multiple uses. Ads may be employed as a lead generation tactic or perhaps a direct driver of sales. Facebook is continually reorganizing ad […]

Build Confidence in Your Sales with These 9 Habits

All sales personalities are as unique as their customer base. No two are alike, but surprising many have to work at continually building their sales confidence. Few are able draw […]

7 Terms for Understanding Digital Marketing

Digital marketing was a proven venture in 2013, challenging many companies to increase time and money investments to these marketing campaigns. These channels are expected to receive significant attention in […]

5 Simple Steps to Becoming a Better Listener

Active listening is one of the few skills we know we need, but only few are very accomplished. It is, by far, one of the most important skills anyone could […]

8 Ways to use Cloud Services in Your Business

Cloud computing has leveled the playing field for small businesses, in that the cost for services is a fraction of what it used to be. The cloud refers to a […]

5 Ways to Protect Yourself from Social Engineering

Social engineering is the art of deceiving people in an effort to steal information, data, or money. It is about tricking someone into giving out confidential information or doing something they […]

Windows 7 PCs Make a Temporary Comeback Due to “Popular Demand”

HP, one of the largest makers of desktop and laptop computers, hasn’t put in the towel for Windows 8.1 just yet. However, that doesn’t stop them from bringing back Windows […]

FAQ about Net Neutrality and What It Means for You

Recently, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has finally decided that Net neutrality rules, adopted four years ago to help small websites compete with larger ones, […]