We’ve come to the end of another week here at Extreme John and as usual it’s time to take a look at the business headlines! Today I’ll cover a number of small business tips which include: How to Understand and Master Google+, Businesses Can’t Afford to Neglect Customer Service on Facebook, A Systematic Approach to Writing Successful Blog Posts and 9 Ways to Get VCs to Notice You.
Hot Business News For April 13, 2012
First up this morning: How to Understand and Master Google+. I have written a number of articles here at EJ about Google + but when I saw this one I knew it could really come in useful for some of my newer readers. Whether you just have a few questions about the service or whether you already know the basics and want to move on to more advanced mastery tips, this is the article you should be reading!
Also in news this morning: Businesses Can’t Afford to Neglect Customer Service on Facebook. As a small business owner I can’t begin to tell you just how important it is to focus on customer service but one thing that frequently gets neglected is customer service on Facebook. Just because Facebook is a social media platform many business owners forget all about it when it comes to answering questions from customers but this article covers why it is so important!
Next up this morning: A Systematic Approach to Writing Successful Blog Posts. Everyone can write a blog post but not everyone can write a successful blog post and that is exactly why I am featuring this article this morning. There are certain elements to writing successful posts and this article covers a number of steps to help you to get the most out of that special post!
Finally this morning: 9 Ways to Get VCs to Notice You. As a small business owner the importance of venture capitalists cannot be underestimated, in fact for some small businesses it’s all that keeps them ticking! This article includes some great tips on getting you and your business noticed by venture capitalists including: finding the right niche, finding a personal connection and getting creative.
My favorite article this morning is the article on how to get venture capitalists to notice you. I think this is a part of business that frequently isn’t addressed and this article does it beautifully.
What tips do you have for small business owners looking to get noticed by venture capitalists? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts.