This is Columbus Marathon weekend. Even though I am not running this year it is near and dear to my heart. Treat yourself to some time doing what you love this weekend, then check out these business posts during recovery time.
Innovation Is? Small Business at Ideas To Deals, this week's I2D post of the week ~ Economic growth is based on communities embracing innovation. Unfortunately many communities miss the key drivers of innovation, small business owners.
Never Compare Your Beginning to Someone Else's Middle at Life Without Pants ~ I like this because it reminds us to focus on our development instead of comparing ourselves to others. On a side note the medals in the photo in this post belong to the woman running in last week's long run post, small world.
Grow Your Twitter Network With These Twitter Searches at Savvy Sexy Social ~ Twitter searches are a great way to find information to help your business. Here are some tips to make your searches easier and better.
65% of Americans Choose a Better Boss Over a Raise at Forbes ~ What about you?
What your site is missing: A simple trick to make eyeballs stick at craigmcbreen.com ~ A visual approach to enhancing your blog.
6 Ways Social Networking Platforms Can Boost Creative Thinking at Brainzooming ~ Overwhelmed by all the social media platforms? Here are 6 things to consider when deciding where to spend your time on-line.
Guy Kawasaki and 10 Experts Chime in on the Value of Google Plus - and How You Can Start to Leverage It at WindMill Networking ~ After a year I am still trying to get my mind around how to best use Google+. Here are some thoughts that should help.
Telling Your Story via Instagram at Be Up & Doing ~ Instagram is a fun diversion but it is also a great social tool to use tell to your story and let people get to know you.
The Dysfunctional Guide to Blogging (and Business) Success at Copyblogger ~ Here are some tips to make your blog an audience magnet.
5 Small-Business Marketing Mistakes to Avoid at Intuit Small Business Blog ~ Tips to reinvigorate your marketing strategy.
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