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Are you getting the referrals you deserve from your business network? I'm close to releasing a brand new free training. Get on the list at http://www.targetreferrals.com
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Do you know what your customers are worth to your #smallbusiness ?
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Celebrate with me! Doing a happy dance here. Just got to 1000 subscribers on YT. Woot! Woot! Want weekly bite sized #smallbusiness tips? Subscribe here - http://www.youtube.com/user/deniseoberry
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How do YOU decide?
 
How do you determine what process to fix first? via +Denise OBerry  #bpm   #processimprovement   #businesstips   #smb   #digitaltransformation  
When several business processes need work and there are limited resources to get it done, it can be hard to decide which process to attack first. Most of the time when you decide to take a look at business processes …<br /><a href="http://quickbase.intuit.com/blog/2015/06/17/how-to-decide-which-business-process-to-fix-first/">Read »</a>
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Here we are in June! In 30 days, the year will be half over. What's your BIG goal for June that will get you to the halfway point?
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Have you made sure your business is running consistently?
 
Three important steps a business must take to maximize the opportunities for consistency. via +Denise OBerry  #processimprovement   #pmot   #businessanalyst   #businesstips  
Consistency in the way you accomplish work can save your business time and money, and give you a better chance for success. Customers want a predictable experience when they do business with a company, not some haphazard situation that leaves …<br /><a href="http://quickbase.intuit.com/blog/2015/05/06/3-steps-to-take-to-ensure-consistency-in-your-business/">Read »</a>
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Are you leveraging your business network? Is that a good thing?
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Taking a few key steps before you start will save you in the long run.
 
Changing a business process? Here's how to vet it out. via +Denise OBerry  #processimprovement   #process   #businesstips   #operations   #businessoperations   #ITops  
It's important to thoroughly vet a process before going to all the effort of improving it. Checking in with important stakeholders and customers is a critical step to undertake before the change effort. Sometimes we live in our own little …<br /><a href="http://quickbase.intuit.com/blog/2015/07/15/before-changing-a-business-process-determine-what-improvement-you-seek/">Read »</a>
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Bummer! That idea is taken. What do you do?
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Ever had this problem? Here's how to solve it.
 
Managing a project when the sponsor is MIA or not engaged in your project. via +Denise OBerry  #projectmanagement   #pmo   #pmp   #pmot   #projectmanager  
Sometimes project sponsors are appointed to projects by senior leadership and for various reasons just aren't engaged in the project. Low engagement can also happen when a sponsor thinks a project is "set it and forget it." This can be …<br /><a href="http://quickbase.intuit.com/blog/2015/06/10/how-to-manage-a-project-when-the-sponsor-is-missing-in-action-mia/">Read »</a>
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Are you making the most of conference attendance? Here's a good one you might want to consider #QuickBase  #EMPOWER2015
 
Why attend a conference? How to get the most out of them. An Intuit QuickBase customer event example. via +Denise OBerry  #EMPOWER2015   #events   #conference   #QuickBase  
Hundreds of conferences are scheduled every year covering a variety of topics. If you’ve decided to attend a conference this year, then you need to be prepared to make the most of it. We'll use an example from our friends …<br /><a href="http://quickbase.intuit.com/blog/2015/05/19/three-reasons-to-attend-face-to-face-conference-events/">Read »</a>
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There’s a whole lot more you can be doing to merge social media marketing with email marketing. 
When you’re marketing on multiple platforms, the question you should ask yourself is which platform are you looking to act as bait and which one is meant to act as the converter. Yet, the real question here is: are you even factoring in social media when launching an email marketing campaign? The answer to this question will mostly echo a resounding and confident yes. However, the reality is that most companies are only going as far as linking th...
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Small Business Expert helping small business owners turn ideas into action since 1996!
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Small Business Expert Helping Overwhelmed Solopreneurs & Micropreneurs Take The Right Action To Improve Their Cash Flow
Introduction

I’ve worked with hundreds of small business owners over the years. You are a hardy lot. Your enthusiasm and ability to overcome huge obstacles inspires me.

I jumped on the internet bandwagon in 1996 with my very first website, joined many discussion lists and marveled at how this new medium could help small business owners. Over the years, I've built wonderful relationships with people I never would have met. The internet truly opens a whole new world of opportunities for small business to succeed.

In 2004, I started my first blog - Just for Small Business. That’s how my publisher, Wiley, found me. They were interested in the writing I’d done about cash flow issues in small business and in 2006, my book Small Business Cash Flow: Strategies for Making Your Business a Financial Success was published. It’s a helpful cash flow guide that covers everything from hiring an accountant to ways of finding cash, to pricing your products / services, to marketing your business.

Your bottom line - the cash in your business - is what will make your business a success. More businesses fail because of insufficient cash flow than for any other reason.

In 2012, I launched my weekly video show -- The Little Big Show - where you'll get bite-sized business tips that can help you increase your bottom line.

You can have a sustainable business if you take action. I have oodles of tips that will help you get started. Now is the best time to begin -- so start here.

Please use this contact form to send me a message.

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