Twitter Best Practices For You & Your Business

Are you a follow-worthy Twitterer or does your account spam the daylights out of our following? Read some of the most cringe-worthy practices on Twitter and learn how you and your business can do better.

Management Plays That Don’t Score

Project managers can be inspiring or exasperating and it’s not just about how great their professional and interpersonal skills are. Sometimes, management is more about knowing what not to say.

How To Write Top-Shelf Product Descriptions

At the foundation of every successful eCommerce store lies a great product. However, without a proper description, customers will never get to know how great your product is, let alone purchase it. Find out how to write product descriptions that showcase and sell your products.

Copyright For Creative Works & Its Limitations

Artists and artisans often have a difficult time protecting their intellectual property. Learn what you can and cannot copyright and what you can do to protect your creations.

Inspire Your Social Media Birthday

Is posting the nauseatingly repetitive “Happy Birthday” the best you can do on social media for your friends’ birthday?

Competitor Stalking Yays And Nays

Do you know the difference between research and stalking? Learn how far to take your detective work when it comes to competitor research and how your actions can directly affect your business.

Product Photos That Don’t Suck

Good-quality product images are essential to any eCommerce shop but they can be challenging, especially if you’re not a professional photographer. Here’s how you can showcase your products without putting a strain on your budget.

Online advertising legal conundrums

Have you ever taken a step back and considered if what you’re doing online is actually legal? Or are you simply operating based on the “if everyone’s doing it, it must be right” philosophy?

Working Through The Web Agency Sales Bullsh*t

It’s easier than ever to find and connect with professionals and businesses that can make your brand stand out from the competition. However, reading between the lines and finding “the real deal” might not be as easy as it seems.

“I wanna be everywhere” Syndrome

You really don’t have to be everywhere to be successful and trying to can cost your more time, effort and budget than you can afford.

To website or to blog?

Often a website is an automatic choice because it’s a relatively easy way to showcase whatever it is you’re doing and eventually improve your business’ bottom line. But will it earn you more business than a blog?

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