VetLikeMe Weekly – March 14, 2014
Do ‘millennials’ have business acumen?
Marketing guide for Twitter
Millions of people turn to Twitter every day to learn about local news, world events, and to participate in live conversations about topics that interest them. As the owner of a small-to-medium-sized business, what tangible value can you obtain from your Tweets, and these conversations?
Rule #1: Follow us on Twitter: @VetLikeMe
The 4 Mantras of Successful Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs who make it beyond their first few “lean and mean” years learn to let the rewards of freedom trump the anxiety of “what if I fail?” They acquire a devotion to the rhythm of riding their vision, unshackled from the slavery of following a conventional schedule.
More employers spend to raise workers’ skills
Employers say a skills gap that’s keeping them from finding qualified job candidates is widening. But they finally may be doing something about it.
12 Places Startups Plan to Spend Their Marketing Budgets This Year
With so many diverse marketing opportunities now available to business owners, we thought we’d ask 12 startup founders from the Young Entrepreneur Council where they plan to focus the majority of their marketing efforts for the remainder of 2014. Some of their answers (hint: not all are focusing on mobile or big data alone) may surprise you and give some insight into new opportunities too.
Hardy Stone is the editor/publisher of VetLikeMe, the nation’s only publication devoted to service disabled veteran owned business.