Freedom in Workplace Culture: Employee Recruitment and Retention

Freedom in Workplace Culture: Employee Recruitment & Retention

Curt Tueffert is the VP of Sales Development at DXP Enterprises, a $1 billion industrial distributor. Curt is also a professor at the University of Houston, teaching sales and marketing. He’s an author and a professional speaker. He tackles topics such as sales, employee recruitment, leadership, and more. And on special occasions, he is known…

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Social Media: The Rules of Engagement

Social Media Rules of Engagement

Social media is exactly how it sounds, it’s social. If you’re not posting content consistently, engaging your followers, and allocating time for your accounts, you’re missing out on its full potential. Follow these 7 rules that we follow here at DCA Virtual Business Support to build a healthy foundation for your business and brand to grow on social…

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Facebook Creator Studio: Strategies for Beginners

Facebook Creator Studio: Strategies for Beginners. Person scrolling through social media

With the plethora of tools and platforms, finding the best ways to manage your business’ social media accounts can be a bit overwhelming. As a business owner, should you shell out money for third-party social media management tools like Hootsuite or Buffer, or laboriously post to each individual account? While there’s a case to be made for investing in third-party management tools,…

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Increase Conversions on Instagram with Bio Link Tools

Social media is a great way to connect with your audience and grow your business. Instagram introduced tools specifically geared towards business accounts in 2016. To be successful on Instagram, you need to understand both the technical aspect of using the app and how it works for businesses. We’ll give tips for getting started on Instagram and give you the tea on two ways that you can use…

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Negotiate Like a Ninja

Negotiate like a ninja

Negotiating, for most of us, is a word that causes anxiety and gives us a pit in our stomach. You know, that pit that tells you you’re dreading doing something? We often associate negotiating with confrontation or interacting with the pushy used car salesman. For small business owners, learning how to develop your negotiation skills is essential.   Let’s start developing your negotiating skills by building your knowledge. Mike Lander, a Business Strategist,…

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Moving Into 2021 With a Solid Plan

As the year is coming to a close, many business owners are planning for 2021. If not for the whole year, at least for the first quarter of the new year. How do you plan for your business, especially when we have had such an odd year? Myself, I rely on my advisor to help guide me…

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New Normal Communications

New Normal COmmunications

Navigating through this pandemic has had a boatload full of challenges not to mention the uncertainty. We know that there will be a ‘new’ normal slowly shaking out as businesses reopen. We just don’t know what that is going to look like or how rapidly that will evolve. How do you effectively communicate as a brand during the storm?  One…

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When Volunteers Are a Mistake

When Volunteers are a mistake

A couple of years ago, I attended a luncheon for a local nonprofit. They had a wonderful setting, a good meal, and a great program. Personally, I felt like their program was lacking one thing. I’ll get back to that later though. The organization was focused on domestic abuse and assisting the victims. I sat…

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Creating SEO Rich Blogs

SEO Rich blogs

In the world of online blogging, SEO rich blog posts are important in getting your content seen by your readers. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. It is how search engines prioritize their findings. To create SEO rich blogs, there are a few things you need to know. Consider the following steps below to help…

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Staying Healthy and Fit as a Business Owner

Health & Fitness tips for business owners

As a business owner, you can be pulled in many different directions. Constantly wearing different hats can be mentally and physically exhausting. Owner burnout is one of the most common reasons why businesses fail. It’s important to make sure you take care of yourself because your business is only as healthy as you are. It…

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