It’s About the AIL: To Get Articles Published, Start with an "Article Ideas List"
On September 27, 2012 | 0 Comments |

By Vanessa Kitchen

Many would-be article authors labor under the misconception that the way to see your article in print is to: first write the article, next send it off to one or more editors, and, last, wait with baited breath for your article to either be accepted or rejected.

No image My Nemesis No More
On September 25, 2012 | 0 Comments |

By Ken Lizotte

Every year, he would beat me. I didn’t even know his name, or even that he existed at all, and he certainly didn’t know me. Yet over the years I began to recognize his name above mine on the list of finish times for Concord’s annual 4th of July 5-mile Minuteman Classic. He was always 2, 3 or 4 minutes ahead of me even in years when I thought I had run especially well. Rennie Slater, my nemesis… grrrr.

Five Steps to More Effective Press Releases
On September 25, 2012 | 0 Comments |

By Henry Stimpson

Follow these five simple steps and watch your press releases go from lackluster to successful!

Website Essentials: Too Often Forgotten!
On September 25, 2012 | 0 Comments |

By Julie Ellenberger

Because all of us spend so much time on the Internet today when looking for a particular good or service, comprehensive, well-put together websites have become integral to a company’s ability to garner new clients and satisfy current customers with the information and tools that they need and expect.

Writing Effectively by Doing LESS: A Simple 5-Step Plan of Action
On September 24, 2012 | 0 Comments |

By Tijana Salaj

It’s not easy to write an article or a book especially if you usually sit in front of computer for a long time without any ideas or inspiration. That’s why, for most people it takes too much thinking to come up with an effective article. But whether you are a blogger, a business expert or an article marketer, you need to write effective articles quickly.

Breaking the Rut Cycle: Innovate Your Thoughtleading By Capitalizing On Opportunity
On September 24, 2012 | 0 Comments |

By Katie Barton

Is your business stuck in a rut? If so, you need to recognize that opportunities to succeed present themselves every day. But if you’re not paying attention or willing to go outside our comfort zones, they will go unrealized. Instead, you can break this “rut cycle” by highlighting the importance of being open when it comes to business strategy and thoughtleading.

Getting the Most Bang for Your PR Buck With an Outsourced Pro
On September 24, 2012 | 0 Comments |

By Henry Stimpson

Just about every company, large or small, whether a software firm, money manager, manufacturer, insurer, consultant, hospital or zoo, wants to get more coverage in the news media as part of its marketing plan. Having your organization’s products, services and people featured in relevant media builds credibility and works hand-in-glove with other marketing efforts.

The Profitable Nonprofit: a Collegiate Perspective on Building the Social Enterprise to Move the World
On September 24, 2012 | 0 Comments |

By Ryan Tan

On January 12, 2010, a 7.0-magnitude earthquake ripped through the heart of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Already the poorest state in the Western Hemisphere, the disaster took 230,000 lives, rendered 2 million homeless, and cost 14 billion dollars in economic damage. Port-au-Prince was leveled to the ground, with a sixth of government dead and nearly all infrastructure destroyed.

Facebook: Positively or Negatively Changing Our Lives
On September 21, 2012 | 0 Comments |

By Steve Yuen

Of the dozens of social networking websites navigated through each day, none of them impact the different quadrants of our lives quite like Facebook. Since its launch in February of 2004 as a social networking site for college students, Facebook has grown into a global phenomenon branching out to users of all ages.

Your Ideas Can Make You Famous (and Rich)!
On September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments |

By Henry Stimpson

If you want to get rich in professional services—whether your field is finance, law, consulting, marketing, investing, insurance, accounting or whatever—get famous. Do you need to have a megawatt smile full of white teeth, bulging muscles like Schwarzenegger or a glib motor mouth? Nope. Your expertise—your good ideas—can make you famous—a media star recognized for your expertise.