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Belinda Miller


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Geriann Fischer

Owner, SkinOvative Solutions

…listens to what you want and then delivers results…built my blog and incorporated my ideas and gave me the results I want to grow my business.!

Kelly Harman

Author, Speaker, Business Owner

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Chris Albright

Owner, CMIT Solutions Centreville

I noticed today that some of my partner/vendors are liking and sharing the posts on Twitter! I think that is very cool especially because previously I would borrow/reshare their stuff when trying to come up with something to post on social media.

Can a Small Business Get Leads From Facebook?

Can a Small Business Get Leads From Facebook?

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 /

Why yes, social media lovers, you, the small business owner, CAN get leads from Facebook! And referrals and prospects and clients and returning clients…all those good things we love to see in our sales funnels. After all, Facebook “remains the most-used social media site among all ages, used by 64 percent of Americans 12 and…

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Five Dos and Don’ts of Networking

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2016 /

If you’ve been networking for a while, you have no doubt seen a lot of variety in how professionals approach it. But if you are a newbie, networking can be confusing. It seems there’s a protocol, but are there unwritten rules to networking? The answer is “absolutely.” Here are some hints that should get you…

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networking politics religion

Overcoming Networking No No’s: Politics and Religion

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2016 /

Networking scenario. You’re in your usual restaurant or conference room with a group of professionals. You’re having a good time, sharing ideas, contact information and smiles. Then someone decides to get political. You’re the facilitator. What do you do? You could engage in respectful dialogue. Or if you disagree vehemently, you could launch into a…

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