I’m Sorry If you follow me on twitter or instagram you’ll see I share a lot of information pertaining to wearable computers. Specifically the Pebble watch and Google Glass – the first commercially popular examples of wearable computers. I’m here to tell you that I’m sorry for distracting you with this hype – I can’t... More »4 Reasons Why Wearable Computers Are OVERHYPED
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When most of your merchant services leads seem to come from prospect’s wanting the same thing over and over, you can be really prone to surprise. That is not a bad thing but you should be prepared for what can come next when one of your recent sales leads comes from a prospect who is... More »Merchant Services Leads From Prospects Trying Something New
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Sometimes sales leads can feel like finding needles in a hay stack. When you have to go through so many business contacts and long lists just to hear a positive, you have to wonder just who in their right mind would want to do that all day? Well, like it or not, somebody has got... More »Are Sales Leads Like Needles In Haystacks?
Is online giving right for your church? It is if your church could use an extra week of tithes and offerings each month. Sixty-six percent of U.S. consumers pay bills online, and fewer checks are being paid each year. Of 1,078 churches surveyed, 14 percent were exceeding their annual budget for tithes and offerings. Of... More »Online Giving: Is It Right For Your Church? [Infographic]
You are trying to back away from them but their stank is just ridic? They have no idea how bad their breath is! Especially when they eat the onion bagel with lox cream cheese! You’ll do anything to avoid their halitosis. Got me thinking. Do your taxes have bad breath? Your taxes only end up... More »Do Your Taxes Have Bad Breath?
Love and song are in the air, which means spring has arrived. As Rexburg, Idaho still has another few months to shrug off the winter chill, they have ample reason to celebrate. May marks the completion of renovations at the busiest building in town: The Madison Memorial Hospital. The project began in late 2012, but... More »Critical Minute – Spring Has Sprung in Rexburg
I’m a sucker for Sherlock Holmes. Have been since I was a very young child. I was reading a friend’s review of the complete works on Goodreads and I thought, “Would Holmes’ services be necessary today, given that so much information is available via the Internet? For example, Holmes claimed to be able to identify 243 types... More »Deducing Ways to Appeal to Today’s and Tomorrow’s Business Leaders
At any given time and across any given news site it’s clear to see that the internet landscape is changing; sometimes for better and sometimes for the worst. More often than not we see news story after news story of accounts and businesses that have fallen victim to hacks and malicious users accessing private data... More »Internet Security and the Future of the Password
Billionaire Elon Musk is an American entrepreneur who was born and raised in South Africa. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a second bachelor’s degree in Physics. He is co-founder of Tesla Motors and PayPal and founded his third company, Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX), in June 2002. SpaceX develops and manufactures space launch... More »Is Elon Musk the Real Life Tony Stark? Infographic
From the weekly Success Insights series: Lessons from our Client Success Programs Last week, I said that browser testing didn’t finish with your website launch and promised a follow-up explaining how to manage ongoing testing. So here it is! 1. Check new releases monthly Quickly run your website through the latest version of the major... More »Is Your Web Developer Running These 2 Easy Tests?
As marketing continues its inexorable shift to inbound, the humble press release has often been held up as an example of an out of date concept pandering to a dwindling pack of newshounds. However as a recent article points out, in the online magazine the Chief Content Officer – published by the excellent Joe Pulizzi... More »Press Release Content Rehabilitation for B2B Marketers
Effective landing pages are great assets for any online marketer. They are a means to prove your company is a thought leader, capture visitors’ contact information, and begin to create a longer term relationship with those visitors. Having a successful landing page takes more than just throwing content on a page, though. In order to... More »Inbound Marketing Secrets – Setting Up a Great Landing Page
There are a lot of other reasons why finance and accounting outsourcing is necessary for every business. The most identifiable reasons why you need the services of an outsourcing company are in this post. More »Is Outsourcing Bookeeping a “Yes” or a “No”?
Happy Small Business Month! NerdWallet surveyed successful small business owners what they wish they had known when they were just starting out. Below, we’ve compiled their seven most frequently cited tips. 1. Hire an accountant Crystal L Kendrick of The Voice of Your Customer, a marketing company “Hire a professional accountant and bookkeeper to manage... More »Seven Tips From Successful Entrepreneurs: What They Wish They Had Known