Jen Frost shares an important small business strategy: offering holiday sales. With so many types of sales, discounts, incentives, freebies, and more – how’s a business owner to choose? Partnering this month to share their sales strategies is Shannon Wendt of Organic Mama’s Shop.
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Lisa Hess goes in search of an app that combines gratitude and technology after discussing “The Happiness Project” with her students.
Find your inner obnoxious optimist. Learn to smile awkwardly at inappropriate times. It’s a cursed gift Gina Felter all too happily wishes to pass on to you, along with a few recommended inspiring Instagram profiles to help get you started.
Pivotal Living gives users a fitness tracker and app for just $15/Yr! Chris Weitzel road-tested this tracker and app and reveals the good, the bad, and leaves the ugly to the experts.
Your Twitter account isn’t going to grow itself. If you’d like to learn to use Twitter to better promote your business, organization or project, try the lessons in Katharine Grubb’s new ebook, Conquering Twitter in 10 Minutes a Day. Barb Szyszkiewicz road-tested the advice in this ebook and describes her results.
Lisa Hess has to admit she’s wrong about her parents and technology, but finds that it’s not such a bad thing.
You’ve spent days making your handmade items, and now they’ve sold! Done, right? Maybe not. Jen Frost takes a look at ways to package and ship your items to make the buyers experience that much more special in this month’s edition of Tech Talks: Small Business Strategies.
John Konecsni reviews LEGO Batman 3 for our Tech Talk team. Find out what he thinks is worth noting.