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  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Attracting Consumer Attention Through Advertising

    t's the advertiser's job to get the attention of consumers. Although not an easy task, advertisers will go to almost any extent to make sure that they are reaching their target audience. So, how can advertisers do this effectively? For starters, they need to relate the ads to the target...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Using Direct Mail To Drive Traffic Online

    Do you consider direct mail as an effective way to drive traffic? If not, you should because it works. It seems as though many marketers focus primarily on email, social media, and online advertising campaigns to drive traffic. However, offline channels such as direct mail, work too.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Low-Cost Advertising Opportunities

    Despite the prolonged recession implications on the advertising industry, there are still ways businesses can be effective in advertising. In fact, there are actually some greater opportunities for small businesses than there were when times were better.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Still Value In Print Advertising

    Although many reports have already labeled the print advertising industry as dead, you may want to watch this video before you completely forget about your offline advertising efforts. Although the Internet has had a tremendous impact on the advertising industry, there is still a great deal of potential value in...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Important Social Trends For Business

    Are you struggling to keep up with the latest social media trends? It's a difficult task since new services, sites, and applications are popping up almost daily. However, it is important. In this webcast, the presenter explains 4 current social trends that businesses should watch closely. They are: Location, Group...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Becoming An Effective Leader

    What does it take to be a leader? Although it can be defined in many different ways, a true leader takes his personal characteristics and puts them toward a specific goal or cause. Interestingly enough, being a business owner does not instantly make a person a leader.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Turning A Great Idea Into A Business Model

    So many people have great ideas, but most of those ideas do not begin as successful businesses. In many cases, these ideas are put into motion even before they are fully formulated and can stand-alone as a business.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Business Plan - Business Overview

    The web cast was focused on briefly highlighting the business, but the Business Overview is just the opposite. The presenter explains, the more you tell about your business, the better your chances are for making a good impression on potential investors.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Business Plan - Market Analysis

    So far in the Business Plans series, the presenters have looked at the Executive Summary, the Business Overview, and today, they take a look at the Market Analysis. This webcast, in summary, is proof that you know your entire market, your customer, company, and competition.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Business Plan - Products/Services And Sales And Marketing

    The presenters picking up the Business Plan series with two sections: Products and Services and Sales and Marketing. The Products and Services section is not very long and is rather self-explanatory. The Sales and Marketing section on the contrary, is longer and explains your sales strategies, advertising tactics, and a...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Business Plan - Competitive Analysis

    This is the section in which you must explain what benefits your business will provide to your customers that your competition can't or won't supply. Before you write your Competitive Analysis, you have to thoroughly research your competitors. Take a look at this webcast from the presenter and learn how...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Ways To Measure Your Advertising Campaign

    How do you know if your ad campaign is effective? Advertising is one of those areas in which it is difficult to produce results in the form of numerical data. Online advertising is very measurable, but traditional advertising is quite the opposite.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Obtaining Publicity For Your Business

    Are you having trouble generating publicity for your business? If so, you should check out this webcast in which the presenter throws out tips for pitching media about your business. The biggest mistake businesses make when pitching their idea to the media is that they do not turn their idea...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Outdoor Advertising Still Going Strong

    Do you consider outdoor advertising obsolete? If so, you might want to reconsider. In this webcast, the presenter explains how outdoor advertising is targeted, cost-effective, and highly visible. According to the Outdoor Advertising Market Report: 2009 Edition from Aarkstore Enterprise, outdoor advertising is actually the second fastest growing ad medium...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    What Not To Do When Establishing A Brand Part 2

    In What Not to Do When Establishing a Brand Part 1, the presenters discussed the first 5 of 10 top mistakes that businesses make when building their brand. AllBusiness compiled the list together and they thought the information was so valuable that they needed to share it with you.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    What Not To Do When Establishing A Brand Part 1

    Establishing a strong brand is one of the most important things you can do for your business, but it is not easy. The purpose of a brand is to represent a company in a way that shows credibility, trust, and security. As businesses work to establish a brand for their...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Don~t Let The Recession Stop Your Advertising!

    It's no secret that advertising budgets are being cut across the board. However, before you decide to completely eliminate your ad campaign, the presenter tells of a few ideas that could actually push your business ahead. The recession gives businesses the opportunity to negotiate for better ad space and get...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Online Newspaper Advertising Increases

    According to a release from the Newspaper Association of America, newspaper Web site advertising is up 19.3% for this quarterly. Due to a number of reasons detailed by the presenter, Manager of Digital Media Communications for the NAA, which spoke with WebProNews.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Preventing Business Growth Problems

    Did you know that the reason your business isn't growing could be a result of internal issues within your business? Many times, problems start, unfortunately, with the internal structure of the business. A lack of management, financial backing, and focus are all factors that can prevent a business from growing.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Open Source Software: What Your Business Needs To Know

    As awareness for open source software increases, people are realizing its wide array of uses. Small businesses are even seeing that it can be used as a valid replacement for some software that they currently pay for. Two very prominent perks of open source software for small businesses are that...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Opening A Business Bank Account

    There is a lot involved with starting a business. Thankfully, not every aspect of it is difficult. One of those easier areas is opening business bank account. The very existence of this account will make financial management and tracking much easier for you.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Save Your Business Money With Discounts

    The discounts can be found in recurring invoices and billing statements, when you boldly ask for them, when you consolidate services with one provider, when you partner with vendors, and when you sign up for vendor newsletters. Each of these ways provides valuable opportunities for saving money.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    5 Financial Mistakes That Could Hurt Your Business

    Learning how to manage money is a common problem for many people. Unfortunately, this often leads to money management problems in businesses. The areas involve price, taking into account the full cost of items, credit and collections, budgets, and taking on too much financially.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Which Price Is Right?

    How do you know if you are charging too much or too little for your products or services? Since determining the right price is a difficult task for businesses, SBN offers some tips that might make the process easier.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Sell More Through Engaged Employees

    How do your employees react when a customer enters your business? The level to which your employees engage with customers is the second most powerful factor in winning over the competition's business. Employee engagement is so effective that it could actually bring in those extra sells you need this holiday...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Exploring Consumer Behavior Online And Offline

    The California Institute of Technology recently conducted a study that looked at how consumers respond to products and, primarily, the presentation of the products. Interestingly, the study found that consumers would actually pay more for items they could touch.

    Provided By iEntry

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Five Surefire Ways To Sabotage Your Next Sales Presentation: Simple Steps To Crashing And Burning

    Preparing for that big sales presentation next week? If you're looking for a can't-miss way to really screw up, this paper gives five surefire steps to failure. One or two of them should work fine, but if you're shooting for an unforgettable crash-and-burn experience, try all the steps given in...

    Provided By iEntry

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Five Surefire Ways To Sabotage Your Next Sales Presentation: Simple Steps To Crashing And Burning

    Preparing for that big sales presentation next week? If you're looking for a can't-miss way to really screw up, this paper gives five surefire steps to failure. One or two of them should work fine, but if you're shooting for an unforgettable crash-and-burn experience, try all the steps given in...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Attracting Consumer Attention Through Advertising

    t's the advertiser's job to get the attention of consumers. Although not an easy task, advertisers will go to almost any extent to make sure that they are reaching their target audience. So, how can advertisers do this effectively? For starters, they need to relate the ads to the target...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Using Direct Mail To Drive Traffic Online

    Do you consider direct mail as an effective way to drive traffic? If not, you should because it works. It seems as though many marketers focus primarily on email, social media, and online advertising campaigns to drive traffic. However, offline channels such as direct mail, work too.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Low-Cost Advertising Opportunities

    Despite the prolonged recession implications on the advertising industry, there are still ways businesses can be effective in advertising. In fact, there are actually some greater opportunities for small businesses than there were when times were better.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Still Value In Print Advertising

    Although many reports have already labeled the print advertising industry as dead, you may want to watch this video before you completely forget about your offline advertising efforts. Although the Internet has had a tremendous impact on the advertising industry, there is still a great deal of potential value in...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Important Social Trends For Business

    Are you struggling to keep up with the latest social media trends? It's a difficult task since new services, sites, and applications are popping up almost daily. However, it is important. In this webcast, the presenter explains 4 current social trends that businesses should watch closely. They are: Location, Group...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Becoming An Effective Leader

    What does it take to be a leader? Although it can be defined in many different ways, a true leader takes his personal characteristics and puts them toward a specific goal or cause. Interestingly enough, being a business owner does not instantly make a person a leader.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Turning A Great Idea Into A Business Model

    So many people have great ideas, but most of those ideas do not begin as successful businesses. In many cases, these ideas are put into motion even before they are fully formulated and can stand-alone as a business.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Business Plan - Business Overview

    The web cast was focused on briefly highlighting the business, but the Business Overview is just the opposite. The presenter explains, the more you tell about your business, the better your chances are for making a good impression on potential investors.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Business Plan - Market Analysis

    So far in the Business Plans series, the presenters have looked at the Executive Summary, the Business Overview, and today, they take a look at the Market Analysis. This webcast, in summary, is proof that you know your entire market, your customer, company, and competition.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Business Plan - Products/Services And Sales And Marketing

    The presenters picking up the Business Plan series with two sections: Products and Services and Sales and Marketing. The Products and Services section is not very long and is rather self-explanatory. The Sales and Marketing section on the contrary, is longer and explains your sales strategies, advertising tactics, and a...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Business Plan - Competitive Analysis

    This is the section in which you must explain what benefits your business will provide to your customers that your competition can't or won't supply. Before you write your Competitive Analysis, you have to thoroughly research your competitors. Take a look at this webcast from the presenter and learn how...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Ways To Measure Your Advertising Campaign

    How do you know if your ad campaign is effective? Advertising is one of those areas in which it is difficult to produce results in the form of numerical data. Online advertising is very measurable, but traditional advertising is quite the opposite.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Obtaining Publicity For Your Business

    Are you having trouble generating publicity for your business? If so, you should check out this webcast in which the presenter throws out tips for pitching media about your business. The biggest mistake businesses make when pitching their idea to the media is that they do not turn their idea...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Outdoor Advertising Still Going Strong

    Do you consider outdoor advertising obsolete? If so, you might want to reconsider. In this webcast, the presenter explains how outdoor advertising is targeted, cost-effective, and highly visible. According to the Outdoor Advertising Market Report: 2009 Edition from Aarkstore Enterprise, outdoor advertising is actually the second fastest growing ad medium...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    What Not To Do When Establishing A Brand Part 2

    In What Not to Do When Establishing a Brand Part 1, the presenters discussed the first 5 of 10 top mistakes that businesses make when building their brand. AllBusiness compiled the list together and they thought the information was so valuable that they needed to share it with you.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    What Not To Do When Establishing A Brand Part 1

    Establishing a strong brand is one of the most important things you can do for your business, but it is not easy. The purpose of a brand is to represent a company in a way that shows credibility, trust, and security. As businesses work to establish a brand for their...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Don~t Let The Recession Stop Your Advertising!

    It's no secret that advertising budgets are being cut across the board. However, before you decide to completely eliminate your ad campaign, the presenter tells of a few ideas that could actually push your business ahead. The recession gives businesses the opportunity to negotiate for better ad space and get...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Online Newspaper Advertising Increases

    According to a release from the Newspaper Association of America, newspaper Web site advertising is up 19.3% for this quarterly. Due to a number of reasons detailed by the presenter, Manager of Digital Media Communications for the NAA, which spoke with WebProNews.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Preventing Business Growth Problems

    Did you know that the reason your business isn't growing could be a result of internal issues within your business? Many times, problems start, unfortunately, with the internal structure of the business. A lack of management, financial backing, and focus are all factors that can prevent a business from growing.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Open Source Software: What Your Business Needs To Know

    As awareness for open source software increases, people are realizing its wide array of uses. Small businesses are even seeing that it can be used as a valid replacement for some software that they currently pay for. Two very prominent perks of open source software for small businesses are that...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Opening A Business Bank Account

    There is a lot involved with starting a business. Thankfully, not every aspect of it is difficult. One of those easier areas is opening business bank account. The very existence of this account will make financial management and tracking much easier for you.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Save Your Business Money With Discounts

    The discounts can be found in recurring invoices and billing statements, when you boldly ask for them, when you consolidate services with one provider, when you partner with vendors, and when you sign up for vendor newsletters. Each of these ways provides valuable opportunities for saving money.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    5 Financial Mistakes That Could Hurt Your Business

    Learning how to manage money is a common problem for many people. Unfortunately, this often leads to money management problems in businesses. The areas involve price, taking into account the full cost of items, credit and collections, budgets, and taking on too much financially.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Which Price Is Right?

    How do you know if you are charging too much or too little for your products or services? Since determining the right price is a difficult task for businesses, SBN offers some tips that might make the process easier.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Sell More Through Engaged Employees

    How do your employees react when a customer enters your business? The level to which your employees engage with customers is the second most powerful factor in winning over the competition's business. Employee engagement is so effective that it could actually bring in those extra sells you need this holiday...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Exploring Consumer Behavior Online And Offline

    The California Institute of Technology recently conducted a study that looked at how consumers respond to products and, primarily, the presentation of the products. Interestingly, the study found that consumers would actually pay more for items they could touch.

    Provided By iEntry