Monthly Archives: September 2013

Marketing for your Small Business must include social media; tips from Entrepreneur.

Starting a new business is an upward climb in many areas, from struggling with cash flows to increasing the customer base. Marketing for your Small Business? Regardless of the size of your company, owners need to remain savvy on how to use social media—No denying it, the digital landscape is where your potential customers are roaming […]

Building Facilities Jobs: Salaries and Opportunities for Stationary Engineers

Stationary engineers start up, maintain, repair and shut down the machines that provide utilities for buildings. They may control air-conditioning, turbines, pumps, generators and boilers. Most learn their skills on the job under the supervision of an experienced engineer. They may also complete an apprenticeship that lasts four years and provides a salary during the […]

Small Business Resources: Watch Out for Cramming on Your Business Cellphone

You and your employees make careful use of your business cellphones and follow strict guidelines. Despite this and your constant lectures to the staff, your phone costs seem to be ballooning out of control. The  additional expenses may  have nothing to do with your and your people. You may have simply become a victim of […]

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The Cinderella story at this year’s Big Game will take place during a commercial break. Why? Because Intuit is giving one small business a TV commercial on the 2014 Big Game. It’s the world’s biggest stage, and a lucky small business could be on it right beside some of the biggest brands. I think this […]

Get Beyond the Resumes of Maintenance Jobs Candidates

The only thing you know about applicants for maintenance jobs comes from their resumes, cover letters, and application forms. At best, they contain only the best parts of a person’s employment life and may be professionally produced. At worst, the facts may be total fabrications. To get some idea of the real lives of your […]