Books – Want to sell your own books online? Well you can do that too. Don’t have a book to sell? You can always dropship books, or you can sell Private Label Resell Rights books. These are books you buy in digital format and either resell as is, or re-write them to fit your own needs. If you aren’t interested in stocking books you can always sell your book on Amazon to be read on the Kindle reader.
Steve Jobs was born in 1955 to two graduate student, Syrian political science professor Abdulfattah “John” Jandali and speech therapist Joanne Simpson. Unable to cope with raising a child, Simpson wanted to give Jobs up for adoption, and Jandali obliged. Shortly after he was placed for adoption, however, Jandali and Simpson married and had another child, Mona Simpson. Ah, the irony.
Amanda Parker, of Collective Alternative, is out to help the underdog, those commonly lost in the pack of the big dogs. If you remember the Disney movie “Lady and the Tramp”, Amanda is all about helping Tramp be the most successful dog he can be. She does that by helping the underdogs look like the big dogs, without the big dog costs and offering one stop shopping for everything from business cards and social media mangement to promotional ad campaigns and billboards. Helping the underdog is what Amanda considers her Personal Brand.
Justin Bieber’s upcoming acoustic album called Believe Acoustic will be released on January 29, 2013. The entertainer announced the date on Wednesday to the fans and shared a link for everyone to order the album before it was released. The album has eight tracks that are expected to be off the hook.
Do you facebook or Twitter? If you do, then you already know the basics of how to make network marketing work best for you. You just need to know how to maximize it and apply it to marketing.
Time management is a vital part of your overall social media strategy. A lot of business owners put a lot of time and effort in building their online presence. They sign in to their social networks to see if someone has left a comment, or have “liked” their post, sent a mention on twitter, or do a Google search of related news in their industry or check any mentions of their brand. Does this sound like you? This habit of monitoring your brand can get in the way of being productive. I want you to quit doing this and start fresh. It’s time you put up systems that will lessen your time managing your social media activities so no time is ever wasted.
Yes, social media is a great way to promote your business and boost sales. But, the real strength of social media for a small business is in its ability to build and engage a community around your brand. It can help you to create a small army of raging, loyal fans of your business. And who doesn’t want that?