Monthly Archive:: February 2014

How To Develop a Software Product

You must have at least one software application in your products portfolio. 1. It is easier to sell software than information. 2. You can make more money per sale. 3. It is easier to create a piece of software than to write an eBook. 4. Software sells itself because software actually delivers results whereas “information” gives

My Complete Summary, Review & Notes on Peer Power Book

Time for this week’s book review! This my complete summary along with cliff notes of the book: Peer Power – Transforming Workplace Relationships written by Cynthia Clay and Ray Olitt. Peer Power by Cynthia Clay and Ray Olitt would interest anyone wishing to explore methods of improving interpersonal collaboration within the workplace. Most chapters provide quick reference summaries and others feature

Book Review + Notes on Strategic Sales Presentations by Jack Malcolm

Estimated Reading Time: 3-5 hours, 306 pages Strategic Sales Presentations by Jack Malcolm is targeted for sales professionals who give business to-business presentations that include high-level executives in the audience, but is beneficial for anyone who would like to improve his or her presentation skills. It is written in an easy-to-read, conversational style. Malcolm provides case studies for each chapter starting

Google Plus Manifesto: How to Use Google Plus for Yourself & Your Business

Since the birth of search engines, marketers have tried just about every tactic imaginable to boost their pages to the top of the results pages. The search engines, in turn, constantly tweak their algorithms to weed out undesirable results (duplicate content entries, keyword-stuffed pages, off-topic backlinks, and other tactics that boost an otherwise irrelevant or

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