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If you're a writer, it's likely you have many things to do each day. Whether you are a fiction writer working on a new novel or a freelance writer with multiple clients and varying projects, you need to know how to plan for each...

Six Sigma Certification has a lot to offer many different industries. Ironically enough, it can even help out the marketing department, which is almost like its pseudo-twin, if you will. Marketing and Six Sigma both place a heavy emphasis on the voice of the customer...

Before I begin, I wanted to let you know that prior to discovering The Success Principle, I had NEVER heard of this Jerry Clark character. Seeing as he's a member of the Maverick Coaching group, I figured it only makes sense to find out for myself...

Albeit building an e-commerce website is a herculean task, actually running it successfully and generating sales and revenues is even tougher, given the fierce competitive e-commerce global landscape. Thousands of e-commerce sites are selling almost similar products with identical features. How to convert your potential...

Change is the only constant and it's a universal truth. Instead of running away, you should accept it and just face it. When you are doing online marketing, a number of factors you need to take into consideration to get the effective results. As we...

Lead generation is and will always be the centerpiece of your inbound marketing strategy. Regardless of what your long-term goals are or where you see yourself in five years time, you need to be able to guarantee the appropriate and sustainable level of growth to...

If you’re in the service provider industry, appointment no-shows are par for the course. It’s an unfortunate reality, given appointments are often the main way many service providers collect an income. For small businesses just trying to stay afloat among the flood of moving parts...

There is a real difference between "May I send you an email?" and "Can I send you an email." And I'm not just talking about which question to ask your prospective subscriber. In case you're wondering now that I've mentioned it, WordTask defines "may" as expressing...

In 2009, after one of Facebook's major UI changes that invariably ignited a volcano of tantrums from users who liked it how it was, Mark Zuckerberg allegedly sent round a memo to Facebook employees stating that: "The most disruptive companies don't listen to their customers" Whether this...