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17 pro tips for promoting content

Sharing on a variety of social media outlets is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to promoting your content, so if you’ve got those bases …

How to Find Your Social Media Marketing Voice: The Best Examples, Questions and Guides

Among the many ways to stand out on social media—killer content, amazing visuals, specific formatting, and more—one that often gets overlooked is …

The End of ‘Like-Baiting’ on Facebook?

Share<p>We’ve all seen one of these posts. A person or business explicitly requesting likes, shares and comments to increase the engagement around their …

My Mentor Is 30 Years Younger Than Me (and Taught Me 5 Incredible Lessons)

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>This month I acquired a new mentor and she’s not my usual type. She has very little traditional industry experience and limited hindsight I can leverage. She has never excelled at a formal education environment but perhaps that's because …

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The Top 10 Audio Books That Every Entrepreneur Must Listen To

With a million and one things on an <i>entrepreneur’s agenda</i>, it is almost next to impossible to find the time to read a book from front to back. Well …

4 Ways to Dominate a Pitch Competition

This story appears in the March 2014 issue of <i>Entrepreneur</i>. Subscribe »<p>For Ash Kumra, winning a pitch competition yielded much more than the $30,000 in cash and professional services he received. "Contests offer instant validation," Kumra says. "That tells an investor or a sponsor that this business …

The 3 Hires I Wish I'd Made Sooner

When you are starting a business, you want to build a team of highly motivated, creative people who work well together. But there are also questions about which functions to fill positions for -- and when.<p>Much of the initial hiring effort goes into the product team -- in our case, early on that …

4 Tips for Preparing Your Business to Grow

This story originally appeared on Salesforce<p>Everyone wants their business to succeed. You want your business to be around next year and the following year, don’t you? The question is, how many customers do you need to be successful and, more importantly, sustainable?<p>Here are four tips for preparing …

Small Business

6 Changes Organizations Should Make Today

President, ACM Consulting Inc.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>In today's competitive landscape, companies need to be efficient or get left behind. That said, companies are often stuck in their ways, leaving opportunity for growth out cold. Here are some things I would …

Management

Melbourne's ghost city sounds alarm bells

Melbourne’s “build it and they will come” approach to construction, which has seen it rank high-up on the global skyscraper index, appears to be …

New car sales keep falling

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has just released new motor vehicle sales for the month of March 2014, which registered a 0.3% seasonally …

Australia is failing its youth

<i>Business Spectator’s</i> Callum Pickering has written another good article today on a particularly important issue: Australia’s growing youth …

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Europe says no to data retention, so why is it an option in Australia?

There has been plenty of technology-related legal activity in the European Union this month. Last week the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) ruled …

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