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Instagram is the One Social Network Every Entrepreneur Should Use   Instagram is the number one way today we engage with our audience for SportsEpreneur. It consists of distribution of content, replying to comments, researching other great content, direct messaging, and overall branding. It’s one of the...

In sports, you hear contradictory things about rookies (young employees) all the time. That they’re great players because they put it all out there—they don’t know enough yet to feel the pressure, don’t realize how much they’re risking. They are out there having fun, living on...

When I talk with business owners, I hear the same complaint over and over; they can’t find young talent. And when they do find somebody promising to interview, it seems (in their eyes at least) that the candidates spend too much time online using social...

Social Media can be fun. It can also be time consuming, confusing and downright frustrating. And with the addition of more social media platforms everyday it has become overwhelming. Not to mention, each platform changes so much it is hard to even keep track. People are...

Here is another in our series on tools you can use to improve your efficiency at work. So far, we’ve covered Feedly and Scannable. This tool lets you smoothly connect your Gmail account to LinkedIn. Do you have a Gmail account? It’s simply Google’s version of email....

Have you watched the Houston Cougars college football team this season? Earlier in the year, going up against the 3rd-ranked Oklahoma Sooners, Houston wasn’t expected to win. They beat expectations and they beat the Sooners, 33-23. They followed up with an impressive string of wins,...

(inside scoop: I use all of these Twitter following hacks myself)   There are many ways to fluff your Twitter following. Just like there are many ways to cheat in golf. Neither get you anywhere so why do it? Here are 10 Hacks to build your Twitter...

Online presence is key in marketing, but it’s not enough to just have a couple of social media accounts and a website—you actually have to use these platforms to say something, or no one will pay attention. Your content has to be interesting and engaging...

Twitter has become like that running back everyone is tired of. He has been on the team a while and hasn’t really improved. Meanwhile, there is all this exciting new talent on the roster. But this guy just doesn’t go away. He’s good at what...

Readers have been asking our perspective on specific niche businesses. We continue this series (we looked at restaurants in vacation destinations in the 1st article) with the business of residential real estate.Low interest rates, an economy doing well, cities growing fast--it all sounds perfect for...