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CNY Tweets - September 9, 2019

By Journal Staff


Some recent tweets that came across the @cnybj Twitter feed, offering various small business, marketing, HR, and personal tips.

Create your business continuity plan today — #BeReady #PreparedNotScared

Google Small Business @GoogleSmallBiz
How to support a #smallbiz for free: Share their story $0.00; Share their social posts $0.00; Suggest to a friend $0.00; Leave a review $0.00

Jumbiz @JumbizNews
5 Creative Ways to Test Market a New Product #Marketing #SmallBiz

Mike Johansson @mikejny
A Beginner’s Guide To Executing A Social Media Marketing Funnel - via @Forbes

140 Promotions @140promotions
How to Balance Marketing Automation and Personalization 

Lush Marketing @jlushmarketing
Another blog on keeping your marketing simple!

Able Creative @ablecreativeorg
Marketing Tip: Share that one most important tip that your customers must know and explain why you think it is so important.

Small Business Expo @SmallBizExpo
Want To Really Motivate Your Employees? An Eye-Opening Study Of Sports Coaches Offers A Disturbing Clue (You’ll Actually Enjoy This)

Sharlyn Lauby @sharlyn_lauby
HR Technology: 13 Concepts that HR Pros Really Need to Know - #HR Bartender #Recruiting #HRTech

Hannah Morgan @careersherpa
Bad Career Advice From Boomer Parents featuring expert tips from @TheaKelley @VAFrancoResumes @Dalton_Steve and me! Thank you @NancyCollamer @NextAvenue: 

Mark C. Crowley @MarkCCrowley
After decades of managing people, I understand that to be truly successful, I need to be like a conductor of people, many of whom [if not all] can play their instruments better than I can.” — Ray Dalio (Do you have the courage to hire people more talented than you)?

Mitch Mitchell @Mitch_M
What I learned from shutting up in meetings by @domprice

Syracuse Airport @SyracuseAirport
Ever wonder about the #solarpanels just south of the parking garage at #SYR? They are part of a 120 kW system which contributes to the overall airport electric consumption. The 396 photovoltaic cells provide enough energy to power the equivalent of 180 typical households. 

RMS @RMS_Research
In a recent study conducted by our team, we found 40% of parents and more than 30% of children say they are very excited for the new school year:

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