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Everything You Need to Know about Database Marketing

Database marketing is becoming more and more popular in today’s business world, and for good reason. According to Forbes, companies who adopt data-driven marketing are more likely to have an advantage over their competition and increase profitability. Although database marketing is popular, there are still a lot of business owners and CEOs who do not…

The Tools Your Startup Should Be Using — And Why

The following is a guest post by Danny Wong, an entrepreneur, marketer and writer. He is the co-founder of Blank Label, an award-winning luxury menswear company, and leads marketing for Receiptful, a platform to supercharge all customer interactions for eCommerce stores, and Tenfold, a seamless click-to-dial solution for high-performance sales teams. Thinking about a business idea for a new…

Here are the Six Principals of Customer Service

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. When we begin working with a brand new client, they’re…

5 Strategies for Building Early-Stage Momentum

The following is a guest post by Kenny Kline, a serial entrepreneur. His ventures are primarily focused on media and digital marketing. You can follow him on Twitter @ThisBeKenny. Anyone who’s starting a business has no doubt been informed of this scary statistic: More than half of all startups fail to survive past year four. Unless your…

Defying Sticky – It Should Be Easy to Leave

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. Put on your seatbelt. I’m about to walk you through…

Become a Business That Will Stand The Test of Time

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. It’s remarkable to me how many entrepreneurs…

Most Companies Do Not Understand Customer Service, Even If They Claim That They Do

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. We have all been in the same…

3 Strategies to Get More Done in Your Home-Based Business

The following is a guest post by Allison Wilkinson. Allison is a freelance writer with experience writing for a variety of industries, including business, marketing, personal finance, and tech. Running a business from home may seem like a truly flexible option, but it also comes with its share of distractions. From that stack of dirty dishes…

4 Ways to Deliver Faster Real-Time Customer Service

The following is a guest post by Roy Rasmussen, co-author of “Publishing for Publicity.” Roy is a freelance copywriter who helps small businesses get more customers and make more sales. In today’s mobile society, consumers have come to expect instant service. Thirty-two percent of customers who complain about a brand through social media expect a response…

Always be listening as an entrepreneur

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. Sheryl Sandberg, the Chief Operating Officer (COO)…

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