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Calling All PR Firms

I am always on the look out for guests for my podcast show. If you represent authors or business folks that have a great story to tell my small business readers and listeners, drop me a line Continue Reading

TypePad Hacks

If you blog using TypePad then you should bookmark John Unger's site called TypePad Hacks. In addition to some great tips and tricks to get more out of your TypePad blog or learn those user discovered applications that even the folks at TypePad Continue Reading

Search the Spoken Word of Podcast Content

As podcasting grows, so does the need to search and find good podcast content. Several services have cropped up in recent months that allow you to search for specific terms used inside the actual spoken word content of podcasts listed with their Continue Reading

Inc Magazine on Low Budget Marketing

Inc. magazine has an article online today that explores the notion of Low Budget, High Impact marketing. The Duct Tape Marketing blog is used as an example of using a blog as a low budget, high impact marketing too. From the article: His own Continue Reading

Memetracking – not just for techies anymore

Memetracking has taken on a bit of a full blown well, meme. First, the definition of meme from wikipedia. Sites that cluster and track trends, topics and news will become very important this year and offer the average small business marketer some of Continue Reading

You Can Offer Blogging As a Service

Nobody asks me what a blog is these days but, they still want to know how they can use a blog to benefit their business. The software that runs the entire blogging universe offers you some very powerful tools if you can start to think outside the box Continue Reading

Sales Contacts with Jigsaw

Jigsaw calls itself an online directory of business contacts and company information. It's more like data meets eBay. Jigsaw users buy, sell and (this is a big one) maintain contact information on millions of executives and purchasing folks Continue Reading

Yahoo to Help Hurricane Katrina Entrepreneurs

Yahoo has an innovative event planned to help some of the 200,000 plus small business owners impacted by hurricane Katrina. Billed as Back in Business, the all day event to be held Friday, April 7 in New Orleans will allow small business owners to Continue Reading