How the net neutrality repeal will affect you

By Emily Bettridge / Guest Column
Have you ever found yourself stuck on the interstate, wishing for a fast lane so you can finally get out of traffic? If so, then you’ve experienced what the net neutrality repeal may mean for consumers and small businesses. Let me explain.

The argument for augmented reality

By Ryan Shenefelt / Guest Column
Augmented reality, or AR, adds a layer of “tech” over the everyday world that we live in – a type of filter that truly “augments” our daily lives as opposed to virtual reality (VR), which transports us into an alternative world.

8 ways to sharpen the saw in 2018

By Greg Dardis / Guest Column
When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, we tend to gravitate toward certain themes. We vow to get healthy, get organized and get a life. The resolution I suggest – one that can help with all the others – is to follow the advice of the late, great Stephen Covey and sharpen the saw.

Set a ‘HARD’ goal in 2018

By Gale Mote / Guest Column
Goal-setting is different than making a half-hearted commitment over a champagne toast. To really accomplish anything worthwhile, you need to have a goal – to know where you are going and why, and most importantly, to know when you have arrived.

Veteran suicide – a problem solved with community solutions

By Judith Johnson-Mekota / Guest Column
As we enter the new year, the holidays are behind us and the gatherings with friends and family are receding into memories. Our vigilance about suicide, however, needs to remain sharp.  People who struggle during the holiday season are still struggling today, many even more so. 

Optimizing your Google business listing

By Sherry Bonelli / Guest Column
Four out of five consumers use the internet to find local businesses. Are potential customers finding your business online? One way to increase your chances of being found is to claim and verify your Google My Business (GMB) listing.

Hashtags & headlines: Keys to better writing online

By Greg Dardis / Guest Column
I like to focus on two sure-fire methods to expand your reach: hashtags and headlines. These are powerful mechanisms to cast a wider net.

When to avoid the courtroom through mediation

When a dispute within a business or between different businesses arises, the first thought for many is to file a lawsuit and attack the problem with a “scorched earth” approach.

Big pain points in the customer experience

Customer journey mapping and evaluating the customer experience has been a hot topic over the past few years. However, companies sometimes wonder if the effort and cost of such an initiative is really worth it.

Planning for a dynamic year ahead

As we opened 2017, political changes caused many to wonder what they would mean for their organizations. Now, as 2017 draws to a close, there are new issues and concerns to consider.

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