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How does Pay Per Click Work?

PPC (pay-per-click) is a marketing strategy carried out on the Internet through SEO (Search engine Optimization) with a budget that is set for advertisement campaigns. There are millions of businesses that indulge in pay per click advertising on search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing.

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Do You Dress for Success?

My friend Joyce is an entrepreneur. One of the secrets of her success is the way she dresses. Even when traveling to and from a vacation, Joyce is in a dress and heels. Her motto: “Wear great clothes. You never know whom you’ll meet!” 

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5 Benefits of SEO for Small Businesses

Small Businesses are the backbone of a country’s economy, simply because they opens up doors for new opportunities and provide jobs. However, only a few small businesses among these businesses excel at what they do. Needless to say, businesses that excel use proper techniques of branding, social media promotion, website creation and most importantly, SEO. But why do we need SEO?

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How to Create a Company Website

In today’s digital world it is important to have a website that can take your business to a whole new level. Without a website, it is difficult to earn profits and sustain a business in the long run.

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Why is Senior Living Still 'Coming of Age' in India?

Senior living essentially refers to homes that cater to adults aged 55+ who are looking to live independently in a peer environment. Seniors who gravitate towards such housing options tend to have no major health issues and are active enough to more or less take care of themselves.

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Restate the Problem by Replacing Logic with Emotion

In business we are trained to be analytical. We respect data, targets, percentages, market shares and ratios. MBA students analyse case studies with detailed spreadsheets. We frame problems in terms of metrics and numbers. For example we might ask:

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Body Language Aces Words in a Business Presentation

A few years ago, a group of rising-star executives gathered at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to take part in a special competitive event. Each was to present a business plan to be evaluated by the entire group. The best ideas would then be recommended to a team of venture capitalists for final evaluation. Participants saw this as a great opportunity to see how their ideas compared to others in an elite peer group.

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