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How to Grow Your Business in a Recession

By Jim Galiano

[wp_ad_camp_1] Over the past year, I’ve noticed certain businesses within my home state of Florida who’ve continued to grow and thrive – in spite of …

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Are You “Into it?”

By Jim Galiano

Some people are “into Golf.”  Others are “into computers.”  Everyone’s into something, right?  It’s hard to find a person who doesn’t have an above average …

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Accomplish More by Not Setting Goals

By Jim Galiano

[wp_ad_camp_1] The concept of setting goals is, surprisingly enough, only about 100-years old.  This fact really surprises some people.  The term “goal-setting” became part of …

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Marketing Wisdom – Be the same… but different

By Jim Galiano

[wp_ad_camp_1] I got a really good piece of business advice, way back in 1986. I was told, “Be the same, but different.” People are drawn …

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Starting an Internet Business

By Jim Galiano

[wp_ad_camp_1] Over the years I’ve experimented with a variety of online businesses.  I start very simply by taking an idea or concept and develop it …

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Internet Marketing

By Jim Galiano

[wp_ad_camp_1] Several years ago “City Portals” began springing up all over the Internet.  The idea was, a city site could be used to marketing a …

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Traffic May Not Be YOUR Key To Online Success

By Jim Galiano

[wp_ad_camp_1] When I first started online in 1997, Search Engine Optimization didn’t exist in the form it does today.  “Googling it” had yet to be …

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Building “Local” Web Sites

By Jim Galiano

[wp_ad_camp_1] Several years ago “City Portals” began springing up all over the Internet.  The idea was, a city site could be used to marketing a …

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