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San Francisco
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100 Pine Street Suite 1250
San Francisco, CA 94111

The Most Unique Ways to Use a Virtual Assistant

If you'd like to streamline your daily operations and shave valuable hours off your workweek, learn some creative ways to offload tedious but critical responsibilities.

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Pros and Cons of Out of Home Advertising for Small Business

One of the fastest growing media segments, out of home advertising (OOH) focuses on connecting with people while they are "on the go" in public places. This includes people who are in transit, gathered in public places or waiting for buses, planes and appointments. While they do pay big dividends in certain situations, OOH campaigns are not always appropriate for every business.

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Angie's List Removed Its Paywall: What Does This Mean For Your Business?

In the past, if someone wanted access to the reviews on Angie’s List, a $40 yearly fee was required. However, the business changed its entire model in early 2016.

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Should Small Business Use Snapchat Advertising?

It really depends on the nature of your small business and the demographics of your customers. This social platform fills a very specific niche within the social media market, so the more you can learn about it, the better you can assess its benefits to your small business.

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How to Drown Out Distractions at Work

Running a small business is hard work by itself. But unwanted distractions not only prevent employees from doing their best work, but also can lead them to seek employment elsewhere.

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Using Networking Events to Grow Your Business Leads

Getting ahead in business is often about who you know, and that knowledge can be a powerful tool in your business. Networking events are great to make new business connections that you can eventually turn into leads and customers. New and aspiring business owners need to network to gather as much information about prospects, competitors and the industries they are targeting in order to make strategic decisions that lead to success.

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Top 4 Ways To Make Your Content More Shareable

Content marketing (like blog posts, social media posts, and email newsletters) is a great way to gain increased visibility for your business or organization.

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5 Businesses That Are Running Amazing Marketing Campaigns

Getting noticed is one of the most difficult parts of getting your startup on the track to success. If you can’t attract the attention of potential customers and clients, your sales certainly won’t increase.

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Using Social Media to Grow Your Business-to-Business Business

Social media is largely seen as a B2C channel. But can B2B leverage it for growth? The answer is yes. Business-to-business social media marketing is no longer simply an efficient and effective way to boost sales—it’s an essential tool in your organization’s arsenal for competing in the B2B market.

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How to Leverage Instagram For Your Business

New studies prove that Instagram has massive brand-building power, generating more engagement than traditional social media standbys like Facebook and Twitter. In fact, Instagram generates more engagement than any other major social network (there were two caveats: consumer products and telecommunications companies tend to get more engagement on Pinterest).

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Completing a Successful Rebrand

How to Successfully Rebrand Your Business

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5 Reasons Your Social Media Followers Are Not Engaging With Your Brand

So you have successfully launched a small business—congratulations! You’re now an entrepreneur. But perhaps you’ve hit a bump in the road. Despite diligently signing up your business for accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google My Business and Yelp, your followers are not only NOT engaging with your company, its products and services, but your feeds are becoming stagnant. Here are five reasons that might give you a clue as to what you might be doing wrong in the strange world of social media.

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How to Determine Price Points

Use These Strategies to Decide What to Charge for Your Goods and Services

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Optimize Your Business’s Facebook Page With Insight Data

Learn How to Use Facebook’s Insights to Make Your Business Page More Effective

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Using Social Media to Boost eCommerce

Use Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram to Increase eCommerce Sales

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Developing a Strong Brand Identity

Just what does a brand mean to your customers anyway? The American Marketing Association defines this concept as any name, term, design, symbol or feature that identifies one seller’s goods or services as distinct from those of others. This essentially means that your brand identity is how you identify yourself and your company’s attributes, strengths, purpose and mission. Great brands are easy to recognize—the Apple logo, the Nike swish—but it’s about more than marketing. A brand must clearly and definitively show a clear mission and foster a sense of customer loyalty that leads to success and longevity. A brand is also one of the most iconic fixed assets of a business, so it must be carefully curated and honed to ensure that it more than adequately represents the business and echoes with your intended customers.

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Building Video Into Your Content Program

There is no doubt that online video is a part of our lives now. According to the most recent statistics, more than 4 billion videos are viewed each day on YouTube alone, while more than 300 hours of video are uploaded to the site every minute of every day. The medium has become ubiquitous, and users—which include your clients and customers—are clamoring for more. Here are some concepts and suggestions to think about when you start planning to integrate video into your content marketing program.

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