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How to Communicate Effectively

Effective communication is arguably the most important aspect of doing business for small businesses. You need to communicate the benefits of your products, your capabilities, manage your employees, and work with your clients. Communication is critical to small businesses working well.

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How We Attract the Best

Recently I was advising a client on the pay range for a few positions we recommended they hire and they asked about what our ideal pay structure would be. Pay is a complicated topic. Most businesses have some sort of benefits structure that includes insurance, time off, and so on. There are also market conditions, like the current economy, regional cost of living considerations, skill levels, and a variety of other factors that influence pay. Currently, all of our employees are freelance. However, years ago I did have some people permanently on staff. Here is how things were set up.

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Free Online Marketing Guides

We are very excited to announce that our successful series Practical Small Business Marketing Guides on Amazon is now available for free here on Amprewave. We wrote the guides in easy to understand language with step by step instructions on how to create the core marketing strategies you need to be successful online. Everything you need is covered in five books. We have even included the downloads.

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Problem People in the Office & How to Deal With Them

There are a lot of types of people you encounter in the work place. There are, of course, the common trouble makers like the Complainer, the Sniper, and others that exist in every work place. There are a few more types of problem people in the office too. I will walk you through five of my favorite and give you some ideas on how to deal with them in your work place.

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Interacting With the C-Suite

I have worked for a lot of companies over the years. Everything from one person start-ups to large multi-national corporations, and everything in between. I love the variety of people I encounter, the interesting projects and finding solutions to the challenges these businesses face. Surprising, most businesses have the same challenges, whether they are small or huge. The leaders of these companies are also interested in the exact same thing, growing their business.

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