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- AboutWhat We’re All About: At KiTE media we are dedicated to helping local small businesses and their owners in whatever way possible. We know firsthand how difficult it is to run a business and that’s why we are willing to do everything we can to help you gain a competitive advantage. The marketing game has recently seen huge shifts, both from a consumer standpoint and from a business standpoint. Consumers are relying less and less on typical forms of advertisement – yellow pages, radio ads, newspapers, magazines and local television – to stay up-to-date with local business promotions. Now, more than ever, consumers are relying on the Internet as a means of search and as their main source for staying informed. Business owners as well have caught on to this shifting trend and are using it to their advantage. Many are already utilizing the power of the Internet as a key generator of new business and are thus staying competitive in difficult economic times. Internet marketing provides limitless options for small business owners within many budgets and price ranges. Sure, there is still a place for conventional forms of advertising – no need to cut them from your advertising budget…
- BlogTime is of the essence and efficiency is key in today’s fast-paced business world. You don’t have time to waste. Chet Holmes, author of the national bestseller “The Ultimate Sales Machine,” lays out six quick and easy steps to maximize the productivity of your business. Try them out – they work! Step 1: Touch It Once You have several letters to read on your desk, your phone rings, an alert sounds notifying you of a new e-mail, the e-mail has a new task for you to complete, one of your co-workers steps into your office with a question…its easy to get lost in the non-stop tasks of the workplace. If you spend just 15 minutes per day to revisit, readdress, or reread documents or e-mails, you will waste 97 hours per year where no action is taken. If you touch it, take action. That’s the first step to great time management. Don’t open the e-mail until you have time to deal with it. Step 2: Make Lists Lists help you stay focused on high priorities and highly productive matters. Keeping a list will double your productivity right away. Here’s the rule: list the six most important things you need to…