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Legal: Fictitious Name of Company NOT Your Name

August 1, 2008,

A fictitious name or DBA, allows your business to operate using a different name. ABC, Inc., my friends' company, was a corporation. Corporations and Limited Liability Companies can transact business under a different name than their official one by filing a DBA that states this company is now operating with this name.

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Networking: 3 Tips for Getting Back to the Basics

August 22, 2008,

Here are three tips for effective networking – the old fashioned way. 

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Success: Tip 3 - Brand Yourself, Don’t Embarrass Yourself

February 13, 2009,

Whether you’re looking to launch a new business, build your reputation, earn a promotion, attract a great new client or to be considered for a special opportunity, standing out - in a positive way - is essential.

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Strategic Commenting for Visibility in Your Niche, Brand Building and Website Traffic

March 3, 2009,

Commenting on blogs gets you involved in conversations, expands contacts in your niche and brings traffic back to your blogs and sites.

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Managing: Why Join a Membership Organization?

August 14, 2009,

Business ownership can be counter-intuitive to what makes us feel connected. So where should you begin to find your tribe?

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Women: Pay it Forward

November 20, 2009,

Despite the astounding growth of businesses owned by women, a recent study by the SBA’s Office of Advocacy, Self-Employed Women and Time Use, found that women are 57 percent less likely than men to start their own companies.

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