If you have found yourself at a loss in the marketing pipeline you might want to check out this event by Ginger Snap Works. Marketing, Myths, and Magic — Demystifying the Marketing Pipeline will be taking place in New York on Tuesday, March 3. Get help identifying your marketing strengths and building on them with just a few choice marketing tools.
To see a full list or to submit your own event, contest or award listing, visit the Small Business Events Calendar.
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Search queries in DuckDuckGo can now be answered in French, German, Czech, and Polish.
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By now, you’re probably aware of the impact your website can have on your business. But you actually need to put some time and effort into your Web presence if you want to really see results. With so many different aspects to maintaining Web presence, from writing headlines to promoting with social media, it can be difficult to even know where to start. But members of our small business community have some helpful tips to share. Read on for a full list of Web and other business tips in this week’s Small Business Trends community and information roundup.
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Some small business owners do their work everyday at their business address or co-working spaces. Others work in less structured spaces like coffee shops or while commuting. But for many solopreneurs their work day happens at home. Chris C. Ducker and Arthur Piccio have some great tips for making the most of working at home (click the image above to see the full infographic).
For anyone who has done the bulk of their work at home they know it’s not always easy. Take a look at these secrets to creating the perfect home office.
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|On February 14, a gunman opened fire on a café in Copenhagen, killing one man and injuring three police officers. The café was hosting a debate on free speech — featuring the controversial cartoonist Lars Vilks, famous for his 2007 drawing of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad as a dog. Hours later, the shooter, who had fled the scene of the crime, reappeared outside of Denmark’s central synagogue, where he shot and killed a Jewish volunteer guard and wounded two more police officers. The shooter again fled the scene, sparking a citywide manhunt. Around 5am on February 15, the suspected gunman was located by police and shot dead. He was soon identified as Omar el-Hussein, a 22-year-old Danish-born Muslim man, who had just been released from jail. Authorities suspect Hussein may have been radicalized by supporters of the Islamic State militant group while in prison. Hours later, VICE News landed in Copenhagen to investigate the aftermath of the attacks. We attended a nighttime rally of the anti-Islam group PEGIDA and met with Denmark’s Chief Rabbi and a representative from pan-Islamic organization Hizb ut-Tahrir, who said that Islamophobia is rising in the Danish capital. Watch “Hate in Europe: Germany’s Anti-Islamic Protests” – http://bit.ly/1MdLgWo Watch “Intolerance After The Violence: Paris Gun Attack (Dispatch 4)” – http://bit.ly/1yiSw8V Read “In Denmark, Jewish and Muslim Communities Fear Fallout from Copenhagen Shootings” – http://bit.ly/19LxUln Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
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By now, business owners know that if they’re not producing marketing videos, they’re falling behind the competition. So, the question that many are asking now is, “What kind of video do I need?”
Not all business owners feel comfortable in front of a camera. Or, they consider it boring. They are aware of other kinds of videos, but aren’t sure of all the options or which is best. Here then are a few creative video options and the benefits of each.
While the idea of explaining things in a video format is nothing new, the term “Explainer video” is.
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