Let’s talk about the National Broadband Plan, and its 100 Squared initiative. The goal is to get 100 million households on 100 mpbs by 2020. All well and good. The problem is the remaining 5.5 million households, almost assuredly rural. They are not included in the plan, and there is no “phase 2” or second […]
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Every tourism business needs photographs. Lots and lots of photographs. But not every photo is equally compelling. As I look through tons of destination and tourism websites, I notice a theme. Where are the people? Your new water park is amazing. Why is it empty? That playground must be wonderful fun, but I don’t see […]
This week, I have a tip to help you promote entrepreneurship. Use a social bookmarking site to collect the websites of businesses in your area. This idea is one way of recognizing your existing entrepreneurs, presented by Dave Shideler in a webinar called “Building Entrepreneurial Communities.” Why use social bookmarking? 1. As you bookmark those businesses, […]
My friend Scott Townsend from United Linen took time out after the Get Social Conference in Oklahoma City to share some of the online techniques they use to stand out from other linen services. New to SmallBizSurvival.com? Take the Guided Tour. Like what you see? Get our updates.