Here in the U.S we like to think were the king of everything, but the numbers show there are 8 times as many active Instagram users outside the U.S. I previously wrote about 13 power tips from six successful U.S. based Instagrammers. So, I decided to reach out to four business power users on four different continents and ask their thoughts on the value of Instagram in their region and some of their best tips. Here’s what they told me:
Originally published on Entrepreneur So, you have a great new idea or invention, and you are ready to open your startup business. You’ve been scared by the well-publicized statistic that 90% of startups fail. However, that is not true. A more believable number is that slightly more than 50% […]
Fast, reliable, efficient, and effective customer service can be the difference between your company being a winner or loser in today’s highly competitive marketplace.
In today’s highly competitive world of article writing, everyone is looking for the best platform to have their work viewed, discussed and shared. So, I decided to perform a simple test on two of the largest professional network blogging platforms.
Building on my own personal success, I share with you the 13 tips that will help make your live buzzes on beBee a big success for you and help you build your personal brand and business.
Please enjoy this video where I discuss the re-invention of the camera store and photography business I operated for 28 years and my new role as US CEO of the new social media platform, beBee.com – and why personal branding is a crucial part of being successful in today’s connected world.
Carpe Diem – Take every opportunity to have a BIG Life
In this podcast I ponder on whether there is a chance that we create online an environment where networking occurs the way humans naturally want it to.
Matt Sweetwood among Brand Quarterly’s ’50 Marketing Thought Leaders Over 50 in 2016′!
As a result, I have had a full schedule of high pressure power business meetings. Those who have participated in these kinds of meetings know how they typically go. You meet in some nondescript conference room, shake hands, greet each other, small talk for 30 seconds and get to the business at hand. When the business is done you shake hands and head off on your merry way.