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Six easy ways to get your website wrong

What’s wrong with this website?...

Date: 30 October, 2013   By: Sharon Tanton

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Five reasons why you struggle with negotiation - and what to do about it

As an ex-professional buyer, negotiation is always a fascinating topic for me. Whenever I’m working with salespeople or business owners, they often fail to get the price for their products or services that they wanted — and often get even less than they deserve.

Date: 28 October, 2013   By: Andy Preston

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Finding your influencers

Recommendations are a vital part of finding answers. We all have people we turn to when we need advice. It could be a parent, boss, friend or colleague. If they don’t have the answer — and they don’t always — we look further afield.

Date: 23 October, 2013   By: Luan Wise

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How to give your case studies impact

Case studies are a great way to prove you can add value. In fact, they’re often the best method you have. After all, showing you’ve delivered value before is more persuasive than explaining your process, the number of offices you have or the fact you were “founded in 1922”.

Date: 21 October, 2013   By: Andy Bounds

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Infographic: Mind the gap - have you got social media covered?

Confused by social media? Check out this brilliant infographic based on the iconic tube map:...

Date: 17 October, 2013   By: Laura Hampton

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The sky is falling

When times are hard, it does seem that the sky is falling, as Chicken Licken famously said.

Date: 16 October, 2013   By: Mike Southon

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How to make your business stand out from the crowd

In many ways, it’s easier than ever to start up your own business but it’s becoming increasingly difficult to stand apart from the crowd. But it’s not impossible. Here are four ways to help your business to gain valuable visibility.

Date: 14 October, 2013   By: Marketing Donut contributor

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How to handle your online reviews

As a small business, it’s always tough to manage what’s going on offline and online simultaneously.

Date: 10 October, 2013   By: Rosie Akenhead