Let’s get right down to it this morning here at Extreme John with some great business tips in today’s Business Blitz feature. Today’s articles include: 6 steps to resolve conflict, Weekend Project: Write Posts that Hold Readers to the End, Part 1, Grab our Free Online Marketing Course and finally A Simple 4-Step Plan for Building an Email Autoresponder that Works.
Hot Business News For July 23, 2012
First up this morning: 6 steps to resolve conflict. Conflict is inevitable regardless of who you are or what you do for a living. But as a small business owner knowing how to resolve conflict is crucial in order to run a well oiled business machine. This article takes a look at six steps that you can take to resolve conflict and it’s something every business owner should be familiar with.
Next up this morning: Weekend Project: Write Posts that Hold Readers to the End, Part 1. I always enjoy Problogger installment posts because they’re focused on every aspect of blogging you could ever imagine. Today they focus on being able to write posts that hold readers through to the end, a skill that all bloggers should have and utilize whenever possible.
Also in news this morning: Grab our Free Online Marketing Course. Generally I try to avoid posts that promote online courses because a lot of the time they’re nothing but a guy looking to make a buck. However, since this course is free and comes from Copyblogger – one of my favorite small business news resources, I thought it’d be a great piece to share. See what you can learn about marketing.
Finally this morning: A Simple 4-Step Plan for Building an Email Autoresponder that Works. Autoresponders are a very useful tool when it comes to online business and email marketing. The thing is though that autoresponders can be tricky and many times result in a lack of results. This article takes a look at how you can build an e-mail autoresponder that really works with your needs.
My favorite article this morning is the article on resolving conflict because it is not only applicable to the workplace and suggests skills that everyone should learn.
How do you resolve conflict in the workplace? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts!