June 2011

How do we make shopping easier? Here are some apps that will make shopping a ritual and not a nightmare.

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Ever log into Facebook and wonder why the same people or pages seem to be hijacking your home feed? How come those particular people get all the attention, all the time? It may seem like every time you log in, there they are, even if their status is 24 hours old. One (real) reason: EdgeRank. […]

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Marketing is everywhere. Whether you are at home, driving, at work, at school, or at recreation, something and someone is marketing to us. As a marketing professional, I’ve learned from the best, and I can also take a lesson from some of the worst. As an observer of life and people, I decided to take […]

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The following is a guest post by Joseph McDaniels. Setting up a website can be a daunting task for those without specific experience, or for anyone who lacks computer skills. Fortunately, as the Internet has grown and expanded, it has become more and more accessible to just about everybody. Part of this process is the […]

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There is a lot of information out there about social media. Is it a phenomenon? A fad? A trend? A viable tool? No matter which camp you are in, we must accept the fact that social media is now a normal part of our lives. Whether it is a necessity in some settings (like being […]

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Long ago I promised myself that I would follow one simple rule when it comes to bizchickblogs and nothing else: I will love this blog, but I will not marry it. I was inspired to write this after I read a post about blogging misconceptions by Kristi Hines on kikolani.com yesterday (kikolani was one of […]

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I teach cooking classes at a local coffee shop that has a cooking school inside. I love the classes and teaching is my thing. I was asked to teach a class using fresh vegetables and herbs that most people plant in their gardens. I focused on tomatoes, green beans, zucchini, oregano, basil and cucumbers. I […]

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When I discovered Tanuja’s website, FoodforThin.com, I knew this was one biz chick that we just had to call attention to. Read her inspiring interview with me, as it will encourage you to move forward with your own passionate business ideas. The excerpts from the interview are below. Read the entire spotlight and more of […]

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Grandparents realize that to stay connected to their children and grandchildren they have to use social media. It is a way to have a relationship when you can’t see them in person.

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Oooooh child, things are gonna get brighter… Last week I introduced you to a cool site and company called Foodzie. Foodzie is absolutely hip, but I got a glimpse of another foodie store and can’t take my eyes off of it. I seriously have just found my new home on the web, away from bizchickblogs, […]

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