Getting your business noticed by the wider community can only help. Except when it only hurts.
by: Tom Harnish | channel: Small Business Resource Center
It's not enough to provide a great product or service people want or need. For a business to succeed, it has to be noticed. Here are six free ways to get the word out.
by: Heather Allard | channel: Small Business Resource Center
Think your business is too boring to snag journalists with a press release? Nope. With a little creativity, any business can get free advertising through PR.
by: Kate Lister | channel: Small Business Resource Center
Don't get caught in a press-release rut; behold the power of the op-ed.
by: Chris Birk | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center
The day you realize that you need a crisis strategy is usually the day you have a crisis.
by: Thursday Bram | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center
We’ve asked some of the most experienced public relations professionals to share their secrets on how to market a company on a small budget.
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Small Business Resource Center
Sure, you could call a company's customer service line in times of trouble. I've done it in the past with excellent results. I've also run into the occasional “I don't care.” Th
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Personal Finance, Life Hacks, Consumer Affairs, General Tips
When it comes to shaming companies into rewarding the disgruntled customer, writing an old fashioned letter (and having the tenacious personality of my husband) is all that's reall
by: Maggie Wells | channel: Freebies
Virgil Griffith created a program called Wikipedia Scanner that lets you know who has been editing articles on Wikipedia and what they've been removing.
by: Paul Michael | channel: Consumer Affairs
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