Dequiana Jackson

Dequiana Jackson, CEO of Inspired Marketing, Inc., is a small business marketing coach who teaches women entrepreneurs how to monetize their message so they can make more money from their expertise. Dequiana is the author of Know Your Business: How to Attract Ideal Clients & Sell More and runs the award-winning blog, Entrepreneur-Resources.net.

Too Much Paper? Jump on the Paperless Trend

As the world becomes more digital, and technology continues to expand our horizon with opportunities that can benefit our business’ productions — more organisations are turning paperless in a bid to become more profitable while playing their part in helping the environment. With research estimating that companies are spending around …

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How to Boost Productivity with Corporate Days Out

If staff morale and a productive working environment are important to you, you need to invest time into team-building events. Company culture may seem like a buzzword, but it actually describes a very important part of the workplace. Company culture involves the environment, values and goals of a business and …

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Developing an Internet-Based Strategy

During the last decade digital marketing has transformed how enterprises promote their products and services and engage with customers. It is crucial that every business implements an internet-based strategy as the vast majority of consumers now research a business online before purchasing a product or service. A failure to leverage …

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5 Tips for Funding Your New Business

Image Pixabay Starting a new business is an exciting idea. There’s something about being your own boss, and getting to do what you want to do, that is very appealing. Unfortunately, starting your own business isn’t cheap. Not only do you have to pay to keep the business running – …

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How to Encourage Happiness in the Workplace

Is the British public happy at work? Apparently not! The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) has revealed that 47% of us want to change jobs, according to new research. More concerning perhaps is more than one in five are actively seeking to take up a new role in …

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