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The relationship isn’t over when the customer clicks the “checkout” button

Online shopping has made the world of retail a little less personal. Our newest blogger, Brad Miller, says you just have to work a little harder to build a relationship.
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Four business trends for ’14

A lot happened in the business world in 2013. So how will trends from 2013 impact 2014? Blogger Barclay Pollak shares his thoughts.
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Harness the power of consumer reviews

Ever heard the expression, "There's no such thing as bad press?" Blogger Melody Campbell explains why there might be some truth to that.
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Your lender won’t fix your credit—It’s up to you

There's no magic solution to bad credit. Just hard work. As Blogger Ty Kiisel points out it's up to you and you alone to fix your less than stellar credit report.
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A brave and fine (and different) holiday message

The countdown to the new year is on! Instead of doling out another helping of her no nonsense advice about the business world, Jody Glynn Patrick, is offering up something a little different for her final post of 2013.
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Top 9.3462 posts of 2013 pt. 2

We gave you five of the top 9.3462 blog posts. Now, find out what four blogs topped our list in 2013.
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Is equity crowdfunding right for your business?

Final approval of the Securities and Exchange Commissions crowdfuding rules are expected in 2014. Are you thinking about crowdfunding for your business? Blogger Delora Newton has some things you should consider before committing.
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10 reasons for optimism in 2014

Want proof that the U.S. economy is really improving? According to blogger Jody Glynn Patrick the proof is in the pudding or in this case the Greek yogurt.
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Women as modern leaders

We're going back to the future in this business blog. Twenty-two years ago Laura Schmitz gave a speech about female leaders. She believes what she said then is still relevant today. She shared the outline of her speech with us in this blog post. Read it and let us know what you think in the comments section.
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