Here in the United States we are celebrating Labor Day which is the “unofficial end of summer” and when everyone is heading back from summer vacation ready to get back to work. We won’t be publishing anything else today but in the mean time there are two things we wanted to share with you:

Grow Smart Business Conference – Register Now!

Don’t forget to register for the first Grow Smart Business conference coming up on Sept 29 in Washington, DC at the Renaissance Hotel. Here is the summary on the event:

Join us for a premier one-day event featuring renowned small business leaders and well-known industry experts, including keynote speaker Chris Anderson.

Small business owners and entrepreneurs should attend to learn how to overcome challenges that all small businesses face. Attendees will hear from an outstanding group of panelists for concrete takeaways including:

  • Proven strategies for business growth despite the current economy
  • Executable, cost-effective ways to market and promote their businesses
  • Knowledge of what banks believe is the key to securing small business financing
  • Actionable ideas for integrating and leveraging social media into existing marketing and communications efforts

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Great Content from the Solutions Are Power bloggers

Many of you come to the blog on a regular basis and we have been putting out content that is focused on helping you grow your online business. We are about to unveil a new look for the blog and will be moving a newspaper column format with Joe, Ken, Shashi and myself having distinct column names with improved focus. In the mean time we thought we would share some great posts from Solutions Are Power that you might have missed:

Celebrating Twitterville with Network Solutions by Ken Yeung

Smart Working Book Review – Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi by Steven Fisher

Maybe You Can Stop Reality From Being Real: Augmented, Artificial, and Virtual Reality by Joe Loong

Gnomedex 9-Day 1: A Conference Unlike Any Others I’ve Been To Before. by Ken Yeung

Blocking Twitter Spam Followers: Does It Matter? by Joe Loong

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