Monthly Archives: August 2010

How To Encourage Participation, Voting and Improve BizSugar!

So, I’m assuming that my last post on BizSugar, Why I’ve Quit Using BizSugar: A Product Review, turned some heads, shook things up, ruffled many feathers and raised some ire. It was to be my last post on BizSugar. Yet I feel that … Continue reading

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Why I’ve Quit Using BizSugar: A Product Review

Why I’ve Quit Using BizSugar: A Product Review Up until about 6 weeks ago, I was BizSugar’s biggest fan. BizSugar, if you don’t know is a business aggregator site where you can post links to your blogs and business articles, … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye to BizSugar and Wishing Good Luck to All

Well, it’s been almost a year on BizSugar. It’s been good and it’s been rather interesting. I’ve learned a lot from others and enjoyed participating. I’ve learned a lot about business; the lessons have been many. Now I bid you … Continue reading

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Little League Baseball, Votes, Social Media and Not Keeping Score

There’s a movement afoot in American Little League Baseball. Actually, in some communities it has been going on for a while. Instead of having competition among the younger teams, administrators, coaches and parents have decided to simply stop keeping score. … Continue reading

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BizSugar Profile In Excellence: Marketing Guru Susan Oakes from the “Land Down Under”

                                                              From the land of Crocodile Dundee, Foster’s Lager, and “shrimp on the barbee,” comes Susan Oakes, Marketing guru extraordinaire.                                                      She’s a master of Marketing and a successful entrepreneur who has brought her excellence to such companies as Johnson & … Continue reading

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AIR-RAGE at JFK: A Biz/News Story I HAD to Write About!

I saw this story all over the national and international news this morning and had to give my two-cents. Yesterday, on a JetBlue flight from Pittsburgh to JFK, a passenger smacked a flight-attendant, Steven Slater, in the head while taking down a bag … Continue reading

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Crosby, Stills, Nash & A Business Speech: The Business Definition of “Live in Concert”

I was recently contacted by the head of a major non-profit asking my advice on an upcoming speech. Speeches are one of my side-specialties…they don’t come along that often but when they do, they can be quite fun. And as … Continue reading

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