Month

November 2015

3 Ways a Video Streaming Host Benefits Your Business

Live video streaming is popular today. This is because they can help you expand your business’ reach and impact. Businesses are using it for almost everything, including product and service promotion, making live announcements, hosting online meetings in real-time and… Continue Reading →

8 Ways to Lose at Relationships

This blog post, written by Dr. Colleen Mullen, Psy.D., LMFT was originally published on EverydayPowerBlog.com. Is what you’re doing ruining your relationship? Why would you want to read a list of actions to take to kill your relationship? As a… Continue Reading →

Parent Awareness Points For The Thanksgiving Weekend!

Happy Thanksgiving Parents & Students!  We hope you enjoy a great holiday weekend! At this point students are down to the last 3-4 weeks of the semester and have hopefully set themselves up for a strong finish. For parents, this… Continue Reading →

Price of Business Welcomes Tropical Smoothie & Mike Rotondo

Mike Rotondo CEO, Tropical Smoothie Cafe & Tin Drum Asiacafe Operating Partner, BIP Franchise Accelerator Mike’s distinguished career in the fast casual and QSR industries spans nearly three decades with brands like HoneyBaked Ham, Arby’s and Wendy’s International. Under Mike’s… Continue Reading →

CMO Radio: Interview with Kevin Frisch, CMO of GSN Games

  How do free-to-play online games turn a profit? The week’s episode of CMO Radio welcomes Kevin Frisch, CMO of GSN Games, to discuss in-app currency and customer acquisition.   GSN Games brings the excitement of Vegas to your computer… Continue Reading →

Price of Business Welcomes Christopher Corso & Corso Law Group PLLC

Welcome to  Corso Law Group!! Attorney Christopher Corso is the founder of Corso Law Group, a criminal defense law firm that defends an array of criminal cases including DWIs, civil and criminal speeding, CDL tickets, drug and felony charges. Corso… Continue Reading →

Increase Your Business Success With These Awesome Tips

So, you’ve started a business and enjoyed small levels of success. Congratulations. That first hurdle is often the hardest to clear. But that doesn’t mean you can afford to rest on your laurels; not even for a second.   The… Continue Reading →

The Ins and Outs of Business Transparency: Helpful tips provided by Suneera Madhani, the Founder and CEO of Fattmerchant

  What is transparency and how should companies and organizations abide by it?   Transparency is being completely upfront with both your employees and clients by giving them the facts so they can make informed decisions and feel involved throughout… Continue Reading →

CMO Radio Interview: Robbie Kellman Baxter, Author of the Membership Economy

About The Episode A special edition of CMO Radio, as we bring author Robbie Kellman Baxter, the author of The Membership economy. Robbie Kellman Baxter is the author of The Membership Economy, a consultant, and a speaker who has been… Continue Reading →

The Impatient Entrepreneur’s Complete Start-Up Guide

As a fresh-faced College graduate, it’s hard to know where to turn next. Clutching your diploma warily in one hand while filling in mundane job applications with the other doesn’t sound like much fun, does it? That’s because it isn’t,… Continue Reading →

Overcoming shyness in your personal or business life

Are you prone to shyness in social circles? Is it hampering your personal or business life? Renowned author, radio host and psychotherapist Dr. Barton Goldsmith joins us today to discuss his new book in the ‘Overcoming’ series: 100 Ways to… Continue Reading →

A Hostile Boss Does Not Equal A Legally Hostile Environment – Hessam Parzivand

Proving that an actionable harassment claim has to be based on a protected characteristic, an appeals court dismissed the claims of a male employee whose male supervisor allegedly squeezed his nipples and the nipples of several male co-workers. The Eight… Continue Reading →

Meet Joanna Griffiths, CEO and founder of Knix Wear

What is Knix Wear? Knix Wear is an active intimates brand that came about when we noticed that women’s intimates had way too much frill and not enough function. Women everywhere were being underserved by their underwear. We wanted to… Continue Reading →

Price of Business Welcomes Victory Transportation Systems and Brendan Neef

Brendan Neef is the founder and CEO of Victory Transportation Systems, Inc. Since its founding in 2003, Victory’s fleet has grown from just one truck to approximately 110 and from only one employee, Brendan, to a staff of 35 employees…. Continue Reading →

Finding the funding for a startup business

Starting a business is fun, hard work, and sometimes very scary.   You’ve had the idea, thought through what you want to do, decided on if you’re delivering products or services, and are ready to go out into the big… Continue Reading →

Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance

Saving those who save others Fire and EMS personnel are not immune to the effects of the work they conduct day to day. These experiences can impact their mental wellness just as with any body else. Retired Captain Jeff Dill,… Continue Reading →

CMO Radio: Interview with Brian Miske, CMO of KPMG

About the Show In this episode, CMO Radio brings on Brian Miske, the CMO of KPMG. The once well-known accounting based service provider has widened their reach into multiple fields and views itself now as a professional services organization.  … Continue Reading →

Enhance Your Website Sales With This Guide

Your website is a vital factor for your business’s success. When it comes to enhancing website sales, the most important thing is your conversion rate. This is the amount of browsers who go on to buy from your site. Many… Continue Reading →

Price of Business Welcomes Doug Williamson aka G. Williamson to the Price of Business

Doug Williamson aka G. Williamson graduated from Southeast Missouri State in Cape Giradeau, Missouri, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He currently runs his own CPA practice with the assistance of other Certified Public Accountants. Although he grew… Continue Reading →

Ashamed Part 1 by Doug Williamson aka G. Williamson

 ASHAMED PART 1 I am ashamed of my country, the president, his administration and party, congress, Chavez/Obama media and the Chavez/Obama Supreme Court. I am ashamed of my country for electing such an incompetent and ineligible person president twice.  He… Continue Reading →

Ashamed Part 2 by Doug Williamson aka G. Williamson

Ashamed  PART 2 I am ashamed of the President’s administration and his party as they go along with all the damage he is doing to this great country and to the American taxpayers/people.  I am ashamed of the administration and… Continue Reading →

CMO Radio Interview: Ken Herron, CMO of Unified Inbox

About the Episode In this episode, David brings on a social media wizard, Ken Herron who is the number two ranked CMO on Twitter. Herron brings up incredibly strong ideas from engaging your audience to making sure you create revenue… Continue Reading →

Ironman Firefighter Matt Shobert: surviving TBI/PTSD

~ Now retired, Fire Chief and Ironman athlete, Matt Shobert shares with us the details of his near fatal accident on the line, and how his life changed due to TBI / PTSD. His story of survival, which he attributes… Continue Reading →

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