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Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile to Produce More Leads

When people discover your LinkedIn profile, you obviously want to make a great first impression–and if you include the right information, they’ll be encouraged to contact you. Here are some simple but powerful ways to enhance your profile. . Headline. You can include 128 characters in your Headline. This is the first thing people see, so be creative and use keywords. Consider including a call to action. . Summary and Advice for … [Read More...]

Winning Ways to Keep Blog Readers Up on Industry Trends

Staying up to date in an industry that’s constantly shifting isn’t easy, but being aware of changes as they happen can keep you ahead of the curve, according to Yael Grauer of verticalreponse.com.   And, even more important to us business blog content writers, our readers, whether or not they’re inclined towards the “trendy”, like to feel they’re keeping up with the trends. Grauer offers ten suggestions to business owners and professionals who … [Read More...]

11 Things You Might Not Know About Google

A treasure trove of curious tidbits torn from the pages of Backrub's -- oops, we mean Google's -- company history. … [Read More...]

The CEO of Carl’s Jr. Doesn’t Care If You’re Offended by the Chain’s Sexy Ads

The burger chain runs commercials starring swimsuit models for the same reason it is putting a hotdog on top of a cheeseburger: because 'young, hungry guys' love it. … [Read More...]

Good values spark good customer service

Customer service is something that is a reflection of corporate values. Good service is a reflection of good values. When an employee says that management makes it easy to do what’s right, it means they are teaching employees to put customers first and, most importantly, backing it up by example. Organizations whose cultures place a premium on doing what’s right are organizations for which employees want to work and customers want to … [Read More...]

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N.Y. to Change Email Policy for State Workers

The Cuomo administration on Friday eliminated a contentious policy that auto-deleted New York state workers’ emails after 90 days.

BlackBerry to Cut Jobs in Device Arm

BlackBerry said it is laying off an undisclosed number of employees in its device business including those focused on development of smartphone software and applications.

Senate Debate Over NSA Has Patriot Act in the Balance

The Senate remained divided over whether to pass a House bill curbing NSA phone surveillance as part of a late push to extend the Patriot Act, set to expire at month’s end.

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