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Aside from securing capital and managing logistics, the most important aspect of running a business is properly establishing your brand. It’s the first thing people think of when they think of your company. It’s what makes-or-breaks their purchasing decisions.
http://blog.theskyplanner.com/2015/10/branding-your-business-its-about-making.html
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Your audience is a moving target! Here's how to keep it in your sights!
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Today, Salesforce unveils new research from IDC that analyzes the economic impact of the company, our customers and our partners to local economies in the United States and around the world. The results show that we’re just at the early stages of a massive economic opportunity driven by the cloud including the not-so-shocking realization that by 2018, Salesforce and its ecosystem of customers and partners will create 1 million jobs and generate $272 billion in GDP impact. www.salesforce.com/blog/2015/10/272-billion-salesforce-opportunity.html
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The mainstream portrait of employee engagement is a utopian scene, where smiling employees work harmoniously and collaborate effectively as productivity skyrockets. But if you want a truly world-class company culture, you have to go through some difficult times and endure some pointed criticism and those painful moments are the key to authentic employee engagement.
The mainstream portrait of employee engagement is a utopian scene, where smiling employees work harmoniously and collaborate effectively as productivity skyrockets. But if you want a truly world-class company culture, you have to go through some difficult times and endure some pointed criticism and those painful moments are the key to authentic employee engagement.
http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/250933
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Nothing can ruin your carefully thought out business proposal, blog post, article, simple email (basically any document) like a misspelled word. And these days people have become extremely dependent on spell checkers and other automated spelling correction tools. But what happens if you don't have access to those tools? English, due to wonky pronunciations and accents (take into account the old joke of Khaki being pants every except for Boston where its what you use to start your car!) is a difficult language to get a handle on if you're not prepared.
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There is a whole series of common sense actions to avoid or practice that can lead to a significantly better customer experience. The become especially important when you consider my research for the White House from the 1980s that is still proven to be true today – it costs at least five times as much to get a new customer as to keep an existing one. Review the following checklist of do’s and don’ts: 
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Sales people aren't the only people who can cost you sales. But it's a problem that can be avoided...if you know how.
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Growth often happens quickly for a small business. Entrepreneurs find that one day they’re working hard to build a customer base and get their company’s name out into the world. Not to worry. Since this is a common problem for small businesses, many other entrepreneurs have faced similar challenges and can offer up terrific advice. Here are 10 pieces of advice for handling rapid growth from other experienced small business leaders.
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It's SkyPlanner Parachute Monday! Find out what we at SkyPlanner, South Florida's #Salesforce consulting company, have been reading, watching, listening to, and learning from during the past week. 
http://blog.theskyplanner.com/2015/10/the-skyplanner-parachute-your-monday_26.html
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This is a very interesting take on the rapidly expaning IoT. What do you think? Let us know in the comments!
http://recode.net/2015/10/23/the-internet-of-things-is-our-drunken-tech-binge/
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