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Team building can make or break a company. Here are three keys to do it right. Build Trust Innovation requires communication, brainstorming, and follow-through. That requires trust in team members. It takes time and effort, but you must build trust. Set the example with your own behavior and encourage, motivate, and reward trust-building behavior by […]

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Due to the rise of affiliate marketing over the past decade, and the corresponding increase in technology usage by consumers, the traditional usage of contact centers is archaic at best and damaging at worst. Without realizing it, affiliate marketers have forced a new evolution in a tired industry. Enter the “Customer Engagement Center.” It’s no […]

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When I started at Decision Analyst, I was an AdWords girl all the way. I was certified, which put me on the mailing list to receive pumpkins, complete with carving kits, and Jelly Belly-filled plastic droids. It wasn’t just the swag that had my loyalty, though. AdWords was working for my small business clients. They […]

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For years, I have frequented affiliate marketing discussion boards and forums and have seen the question of where to find affiliates and how to recruit them come up. Many affiliate managers who are new to the game incorrectly assume that their affiliate network should be the only source of affiliates for their offer. When those […]

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No, this is not another article asking “Do you have a Twitter account for your business?” or “How much time do you spend on Twitter?” Rather, this article is going to challenge you to ask yourself about your current Twitter strategies. The key question is, when you Tweet, are you talking at people, or are […]

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