By Donina Ifurung, On High Heels, 11/17/10 The marketplace continues to evolve, both in technology and in how businesses are run.  Computers process faster than ever, we have phones that can email, and give you turn-by-turn directions, cars that will parallel park for you, and vacuum cleaners you don’t have to push around. Yet the […]


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dgupta5150 on November 18th, 2010

I have been providing internet marketing services to a variety of clients for the last fourteen years through my company, Success Promotions.  My professional career has seen plenty of changes not only in the internet itself, but in the economy.  One thing I’ve learned through the school of hard knocks that I would certainly pass […]


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By Dianne Durkin I’ve built my business – Loyalty Factor – on the premise that loyalty is not dead. It’s certainly been hiding. Recent history helps us understand the many factors behind what appears to be a loss in corporate, employee, and customer loyalty. It also provides vital information to help bring loyalty back into […]


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dgupta5150 on October 20th, 2010

Website: www.parametersecurity.com Industry: Ethical Hacking / Network and Information Security Tell us about Parameter Security. In short, we are hackers for hire – ethical hackers, that is. Parameter Security was born out of the need to have true hacking and IT security experts better protect businesses, government, health care, financial and educational institutions and organizations […]


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dgupta5150 on October 10th, 2010

This economic downturn has made it even more competitive to stay on the radar of a potential employer or client.  One has to be more creative and proactive about helping others. In my circle, moving around companies every few years, job hopping and working for startups is the norm for many aggressive individuals looking to […]


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dgupta5150 on October 6th, 2010

How has your culture benefitted HireBetter? Our culture is based on the beliefs that balance in our lives produces better results for our clients.  Our team is able to be more productive with the hours they work.  Because they do work from home, we have saved them a combined 13,000 hours a year in commute […]


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Joju Mangalam US workforce is rapidly changing due to the aging of baby boomers. The first wave of baby boomers has already hit the retirement age and the next waves will be doing so constantly for the next twenty years (till about 2030). Meanwhile, all signs indicate that upcoming generations are not fully trained or educated […]


Continue reading about ParetoCentral.com, the first of its kind “Free Consultation Hub” aims to provide flexible consulting opportunities to baby boomers nearing retirement age

dgupta5150 on September 22nd, 2010

Austin Curtis is a Co-Founder and the Chief Administrative Officer of DreamFetcher.com an employment and staffing website based out of Syracuse, NY.  DreamFetcher.com has been called “the E-harmony of the job search” as the website has developed an entirely new system for matching compatible job seekers and employers. What are the essential characteristics found within […]


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dgupta5150 on August 16th, 2010

Like most marketing organizations, every December our team was tasked with putting together detailed marketing plans for the coming year including campaigns by product, cost per leads and opportunities and budget by quarter and activity.  After multiple reviews and revisions, the senior executive team approved the plan in early January and we began working with […]


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How much money do you save by allowing telecommuting vs. having an office? Between rent, utilities, office equipment, etc. I am easily saving $2500 per month. Do you pass savings from telecommuting to Clients? YES!  Because we do not have a lot of overhead, we do not charge the same high rates ad agencies charge, […]


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