Review: LinkedIn Has Stepped Up Even More Into the Small Business Arena

What? Another article about LinkedIn? Come on! This is like beating a dead horse. And we already know this horse isn’t really dead (more like a healthy thoroughbred).

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Review: Air Sharing Shares All Documents on the Go

Don’t you just hate those small flash drives you end up losing somewhere? As a business, it’s always a hassle. They’re just too small, too puny, and too deceiving. So why do we need those pesky flash drives for anyway?

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Review: WorldCard Mobile Brings Business Cards to the New Digital World

See? There’s still a reason for prestigious paper products in small business. I’m, of course, talking about ‘business cards.’ Those tiny herringbone-colored high-quality trademarked trendy business signatures suggesting that you’re all about professionalism.

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Review: Bump Is No “Bump” in the Road

It’s almost like an age of nostalgia, this idea of passing one of those pristine business cards to a colleague. That one simple act is a true hallmark of networking. The idea of the business card is basically the auto attendant and call center of person-to-person communications. Seriously!

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Review: Get LinkedIn With Your Business

Normally, it would be customary to do a review on a revolutionary new service, site, or product out there — but today’s not normal. These days, nothing is normal! Just look at the small business market out there. It’s like shark-infested waters. And all you’ve got is your wet suit and a harpoon gun.

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Review: Twitter as a Business Model

Is that for real? Yes, it most certainly is. Let’s put it this way: ….Even the White House is doing it!

This is a wake-up call to just how powerful Twitter really is, and there’s no denying the fact that the corporate level is tapping into it. Why? Because it’s quick and easy….

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Leverage Your Social Networking Efforts with Klout

It goes without saying that in business, reputation means everything.  What isn’t as obvious, is how to increase brand recognition and customer loyalty.  Many businesses, whether traditional brick and mortar or those that exist entirely online, are turning to social networking opportunities such as Facebook and Twitter as part of their overall marketing strategy.  This is the new ‘word of mouth’, and it can be very powerful.

So how do you know if it is working, when measuring the conversion rate for your online efforts can be difficult?   Fortunately, a free service offered by Klout.com can help!

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