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Meg Moreland

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How To Hire Employees

Hiring the right employees at the right time has a huge impact on whether a growing business can make it in the long run, but many small business owners have little to no hiring experience. The first person they’ll ask to work for their business will be the first person they’ve ever hired. And to be successful long-term, these same entrepreneurs will eventually need to hire a whole host of employees with various skill sets and roles to support their operation. Unfortunately, there are some common hiring pitfalls.

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Five Secrets For Motivating Your Staff

If your staff is in a rut, bring back enthusiasm with these tips.

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Clean Up Your Inbox In One Hour

You don't need a whole day to clean your inbox!

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7 QR Code Mistakes That Can Kill Your Promotions And How To Avoid Them

Don't make these mistakes.

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Sharpen Your Customer Service Skills: Five Trends You Need To Know

From giving gifts to great follow ups, sharpen your skills.

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Don't Get Sued: 5 Tips To Protect Your Small Business

How to limit the possibility of a lawsuit.

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Ten Ideas For Winning Back Unhappy Customers

What do you do when a customer threatens to leave your product or service?

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Former Apple CEO John Sculley Shares 4 Key Strategies For Growing And Marketing Your Business

From Pepsi to Apple, here's how he did it.

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Six Ways To Maintain An Impressive Online Reputation

It takes 20 years to build a reputation and 5 minutes to ruin it.

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