Starting a New Biz? Take a Moment to Think It Through


Starting (or investing) in a new business is not something that is for the faint of heart. Start-ups require tigers; people that are willing to go above and beyond to reach success. Whether you’re setting up shop as a freelancer, opening up your dream store in your local area, or investing your hard earned money into something already up and running, it’s pretty much a leap of faith. There are so...

Top 10 Things You Shouldn’t Sacrifice In ‘Yo Biz When Living On a Budget


This is a guest post from Ally. You already know budgeting and saving is a smart idea both personally and from a business stand point. But Ally gives you some hope that it doesn’t have to be all deprive-y and angst-y. And she also points out a few things you absolutely should not sacrifice when it comes to budgeting well for your biz. Hope you find the read useful and please drop any...

How To Network Your Way Into The Big Boy’s Circle


No it’s not taking up hooking as a hobby. 😉  I swear! However, if your business is currently floundering, it could be you need to take a look at how much effort you putting into networking. Successful business 101, who you know could be your next big lead to your next big project. Ally has put together a great starter on what it takes to network effectively.  If you have questions or...

Stop Diluting Your Brand And Up Your Twitter Power


This is a guest post by a dear member ‘o my tribe and BGB contributor Kazia. Please note, while I myself have multiple Twitter accounts I can’t argue with her logic! I find the bulk of my tweeting and activity is on my BGB account, and very little action happens on the other two! So read, learn, and implement grasshoppers… some good shite here. Oh and be sure to make her feel...

JV Alert Live and My Musings on Networking


Hey there peeps. Happy Monday! I actually was tied up most of the weekend attending an Internet Marketing seminar here in Orlando, at the invitation of Ken McArthur to be an expert panelist. (So honored by the way!) To tell you a bit about it, I decide to create a quick video (gasp!) and share my thoughts. (I know, you’re still reeling over the fact I’ve done another video...

Social Networking, Tobri and Ants- Social Media Gets Graphic


We’ve seen them all come and we’ve seen them all go. There were different gimmicks, different features, different ways of trying to reel in the public and get as many people as possible to sign up for an account. We’ve watched their birth, their tentative climb towards success, the eventual plateau in popularity, and finally the natural death that comes to claim everything in this world. No, I’m...

2010 Style- How to Enhance Your Image Through Networking


This is a guest post by Carol Montrose.  Networking today is vastly different than “the old days”.  Romancing old clients, and seducing new clients used to be a face-to-face production… now… not so much!  Carol explores the way things have changed, and how you can enhance your image today.  2010 style if you will. Networking doesn’t mean the same thing today as it did...


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