By Maria Valdez Haubrich If you’re marketing to moms, you need to know where Mom is spending her time—and increasingly, that’s on social media, according to BabyCenter’s 2013 Social Mom Report, conducted with comScore.
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Fri, 17 May 2013 14:30:31 PDT
Did your small business have reason to celebrate on Mother’s Day? If you’re marketing to moms right, you did–check out Maria Valdez Haubrich’s post When It Comes to Social Media, Mom Just Can’t Get Enough, for tips on what moms want. Wondering how to attract more restaurant customers? Read Karen Axelton’s tip in 1 Simple [...]
Mon, 13 May 2013 06:00:33 PDT
One of my favorite sources of marketing information is MarketingProfs – I learn so much from them. In a recent post, they wrote about the types of content that Google loves the most. I went through the list and pulled out the top 7 types that I thought were most relevant for small businesses – [...]
Fri, 10 May 2013 04:30:23 PDT
Is your business seeking to hire female tech employees? Read Maria Valdez Haubrich’s post The Secret to Hiring Women Tech Employees: Get Virtual first. Whatever type of worker you’re looking to hire, read The First Step to Finding the Perfect Employee by Rieva Lesonsky before you post that want ad. Did you know radio can [...]
Tue, 30 Apr 2013 14:12:34 +0000
Today in Women Grow Business : You probably remember Nicolette Pizzitola from her continued status here as a featured Women Grow Business guest expert, a long time community member one of the sponsors of our last live networking event, or her recent TEDxWomen appearance. Tomorrow, you’ll be able to see Nicolette live on the Today Show during the 8 am hour (Eastern time) [...] Share Your Thoughts on this article here: Nicolette Pizzitola (@nicpiz) Gets Women Out of Their Professional Ruts Live on 05.01 Today Show
Tue, 23 Apr 2013 05:55:12 +0000
Today in Women Grow Business : No matter why you start your business, the business of actually running or starting your business can be tricky. Whether you launch your business with years of experience or just barely know the ins and outs of running it, at some point you’ll need to know more about the day to day operations than how [...] Share Your Thoughts on this article here: 7 Places to Get Small Business Education for Your Business Online
Wed, 17 Apr 2013 20:54:34 +0000
Today in Women Grow Business : The Nationwide Small Business Forum tour, with business and marketing experts from Web.com and SCORE, makes two more stops this April, in Valdosta, Georgia on April 25, and New Orleans, Louisiana on April 26th. Each of these free events commences at 8 am local time, and should last approximately two and a half hours. (No need [...] Share Your Thoughts on this article here: Two More Small Business Forum Live Events Coming This April #smb
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If customers don’t buy, don’t jump to the conclusion that your prices are too high.
Running a business from home is the perfect solution to avoiding the distractions of the office--except, of course, when you’re experiencing the distractions of home.
What’s the state of venture capital these days? Continuing a trend that’s been going on for a while now, both the number of VC dollars and the number of VC deals are shrinking, according to the Q1 2013 MoneyTree™ Report from PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) and the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA).
Did you know that in 2012, the federal government acquired over $90 billion of goods and services from small businesses? How you can get your share of the pie is probably your next question.
By Maria Valdez Haubrich Are you a tech entrepreneur wondering why your efforts to bring on new coders, engineers and IT people always turn up tons of male job candidates, but very few women? If you’re looking to redress the traditional imbalance between men and women in the tech world, one answer could be going virtual—virtual workers, that is.