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Many companies have disappeared from the business landscape over the years. Some of them leave without hardly anyone noticing, but some of them were important parts of our lives. Surprisingly, some businesses fall off the radar but still manage to stay in business. They may be forgotten but they still exist.
Published by Mark Feldt 68 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +8 votes | 6 comments
This is an important question, should you outsource your blog posts and articles, or should you attempt to write them all yourself? Where do you find reliable people to write good articles, and can you get them to write for an affordable price? There are ways to do it, and I explain how in this article.
Published by Rowan Casey 68 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +8 votes | 2 comments
The development of a strong competitive advantage has been Adidas’ major concern, and this is further emphasized by the existence of a large number of “heavyweight” competitors operating in the athletic clothing market, in the names of Nike, Puma, New Balance and others. Taking into consideration the fact that a company’s competitive advantage is established on the concept of added value, Adidas should direct its marketing efforts towards producing quality products for its custo...
Published by New Energy 68 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +1 votes | 0 comments
I've seen a few people try to do this before, they write a controversial article about a topic that people have strong feelings about, and then they wait for the comments and sometimes back links, which can help the rankings of the page. How do you do this effectively, and does it work at all?
Published by Rowan Casey 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +11 votes | 1 comments
Article submission sites, in most cases, are not writer friendly. Google has declared many of them to be nothing but content farms. These sites are essentially content farms due to the quality of published work by writers who know they are only going to earn pennies to begin with. Therefore, they save their best work for sites who are writer friendly. Article submission site owners can benefit by being more writer friendly.
Published by Linda Smith 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +12 votes | 6 comments
This is my top ten list of the best article writing sites and different places to make high quality back links to your site. I actually list more than ten different sites, but I'll start with the ones I think are the best, although it really depends on the quality of the content you write on the page, and the back links you make to the back links.
Published by Rowan Casey 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +15 votes | 3 comments
How do you know if a writing site is a scam? How do you know if a site will pay well or not; as an article writing site? These questions are very pertinent as no one would want to waste his / her efforts online and ending up not getting paid or not well paid. Believe me; punching some keys on a key board is not the easiest thing in the world.
Published by A. Smith 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +15 votes | 14 comments
This is a test article, to see if I can actually do better on Google by just writing a lot of words in the title, and in the body of the article, without making any back links to it at all. I've discovered that some people who do this and don't follow the normal SEO advice actually do better, because of broad match searches.
Published by Rowan Casey 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +5 votes | 4 comments
Here are some simple SEO tips for new article writers. They may or may not work, as nothing can really be guaranteed in the world of Google rankings. You might have more luck from just writing and doing it in a completely random way, but it's more likely that this will work better.
Published by Rowan Casey 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +6 votes | 1 comments
I'm trying to figure out in this article whether it is easier to rank blog posts or articles on sites like Factoidz for the same sorts of searches. Does it really matter where you write, or does it depend on the site? Can you make more money from blogging, or from writing on this site?
Published by Rowan Casey 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +3 votes | 1 comments
How do you get Google Plus followers? It's not all that hard, although it may be a little bit harder if you want to get followers for a business page rather than a profile, as you can't follow people first on a business profile, you can only wait until they follow you. There are ways to get lots of followers for your page though.
Published by Rowan Casey 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +5 votes | 4 comments
What is the easiest way to get traffic to your articles? Article marketing is not as easy as it once was, or even writing articles about any subject, due to some changes in the Google algorithms, and because of the large increase in people writing articles, but it's still possible to get lots of traffic.
Published by Rowan Casey 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +8 votes | 8 comments
Procurement and logistics have long been the foundations of a successful inventory for all sizes of business. Today those costs more than ever need to be managed from top levels of management filtering down through the system, touching every aspect of business operations. The current market trends are developing co-op and collaborations with companies sharing each others expertise to reduce product costs.
Published by Iris McCammon 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +19 votes | 4 comments
Effective delegation of power and authority cannot be done without in any firm. With delegation come growth and the creation of a new breed of CEOs and managers. However, certain factors must be considered before delegation should be carried out; otherwise the opposite effect of delegating such power and authority will fail. This article shows you those factors that should be considered.
Published by A. Smith 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +6 votes | 4 comments
Some people think you need to join every social media site like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Linked In, Stumble Upon, You Tube and more. Is this the case, or can you get away with only joining one, or a couple of these sites? Which ones should you choose, and which ones work the best for different types of sites?
Published by Rowan Casey 69 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +7 votes | 2 comments
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