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    1. When Is the Best Time to Send a Marketing Email?

      When Is the Best Time to Send a Marketing Email?

      - The data science team at an email service tries to answer this question: When is the best time to send a marketing email?

      - Microsoft announces its layoffs to employees with a “hilariously bad” memo.

      - A 13-year-old built his own version of Google Glass and it’s pretty impressive.

      and much more...!

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    2. Congress tried to help small-business contractors. Here’s why it’s backfiring.

      Congress tried to help small-business contractors. Here’s why it’s backfiring.

      More than a year and a half ago, Congress passed and the president signed legislation intended to help small businesses more easily navigate the federal contracting arena and win more government work.

      However, most of the rules have yet to be adopted - and until they are, life for some small contractors has instead become even more complicated.

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    3. What Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know About Sales Calls - And Customers

      What Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know About Sales Calls - And Customers

      He should know how: He spent years doing on-air reporting and anchoring at ABC and CBS. His approach stresses presentation — which is why McGowan has a lot of useful pointers for entrepreneurs when it comes to pitching to prospective customers.

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      Mentions: CBS
    4. Rant: Entrepreneurship and Dropouts, and Bad PR

      Rant: Entrepreneurship and Dropouts, and Bad PR

      I was writing an email to these folks and I just stopped, and deleted the draft.

      My complaint? I got to my office this morning after a few weeks elsewhere and found the results of a concentrated campaign for me to write about a certain entrepreneur and his startup. He’s all about how he’s so successful as a college dropout. I have one package containing a coffee mug with chocolate drops, and another with a copy of his book.

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    5. Here’s how to explain “the voodoo of lobster economics.”

      Here’s how to explain “the voodoo of lobster economics.”

      - Here’s how to explain “the voodoo of lobster economics.”

       - Some economists are seeing signs of another market bubble (and David Stockman says “the implosion” is near).

      - A business owner explains how getting the right domain name improved his business overnight. (You can also use the “bus theory” to pick a memorable domain.)

      and much more...

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    6. 5 Things No One’s Ever Told You About PR

      5 Things No One’s Ever Told You About PR

      Public relations often leaves us scratching our heads, feeling dazed and confused. The thought process and line of questioning can range from:

      “How did that nothing turn into that something?”

      “How does that add value?”

      “How can I do that, in order to get to that?”

      For all the things people will tell you about PR– and believe me, if you’re a small business, founder or entrepreneur, someone somewhere has shared their two cents about how you should approach PR – times are a-changin’ and PR no longer means what is used to mean. 

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      Mentions: Huffington Post
    7. Start Preparing Your Business for the Generation After Millennials "Gen Z"

      Start Preparing Your Business for the Generation After Millennials "Gen Z"

      "Gen Z" prefer companies that produce goods and services that have real rather than perceived value, and they more readily rely on the opinions and recommendations of their peers when making a purchasing decision.

      This represents an opportunity for smaller companies.

      To take advantage of Generation Z’s fickleness, and assure that you do not become a victim of it later, here are a few business strategies to consider.

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    8. Today in Small Business: Myths About Managing Millennials

      Today in Small Business: Myths About Managing Millennials

      - Not everything you've heard about managing millennials is true, according to a Harvard Business Review report.

      - “Massive insider selling and out of control expenses” are two reasons  some investors believe Angie’s List is not a good company to invest in.

      - The stock of an unknown social networking “referral service for introductions” gains more than 24,000 percent over the course of a few weeks.

      and much much more...!

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    9. Today in Small Business: Pizza for Everyone!

      Today in Small Business: Pizza for Everyone!

      - A quick-thinking pilot buys pizza for everyone on a stranded flight.

      - A guest blogger for the Daily Mail experiences just how hateful the Internet can be, and a sleeping baseball fan’s lawsuit tries to turn the tables on commenters.

      - Because of a recent hacking case, some experts warn customers to beware of using credit cards in small businesses.

      and much more...!

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    10. Here’s what states can do to boost entrepreneurship, economic output

      Here’s what states can do to boost entrepreneurship, economic output

      Comprehensive tax reform? Going nowhere. Immigration reform? Off the table. Improvements to the health care law? Not likely. Not anytime soon. With the midterm elections right around the corner and partisan gridlock mounting in the nation’s capital, entrepreneurs and business owners aren't likely to see progress this year on proposals many of them have been lobbying for in Washington. Maybe, then, it'€™s time to turn attention to a different set of policymakers.

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