Obama Care DMV’s dumb ass Uncle?

In November I relocated back to Southern California for family reasons; for the past year and a half I had been living in Las Vegas.  I had bought a car two months prior to moving to Las Vegas in Southern California and a couple of months after getting to Vegas I went to DMV and registered my car in Nevada.   Now here is where it gets befuddled for a lack of a better G rated word; now that I was back in California and knowing I would need to reregister my car in California I went to the DMV website and made an appointment; this should be simple right?  The car came from California, they have the info in their system, punch in a couple of things on your PC and zip, zap, pay the fee, here’s your plates, have a nice day, come again soon!  YEAH RIGHT! Continue reading

Joe Melle

Joe Melle has founded and ran several successful businesses, and has had an interesting career in direct contact media, call center operations, sales operations, customer service operations, customer retention, and quality assurance; he has written over 140 business articles, and serves as a part time adjunct professor for a university teaching business, marketing, and management courses to both graduate and post graduate students.Email Me

Social Media – Hints and Tips

In the spirit of sharing at this time of the year, let me direct you to a couple of quick hints and tips which may help in making social media work for you.

Four social media wins from the UK and US, plus the lessons you can learn, highlights ideas that range from; Offer something of value, show people behind the scenes, offer a deal, and show people what your business does. Not only are these things any business can do, but they all make perfect business sense and can be part and parcel of your marketing/sales activity. A lot of social media success stories tend to be from large companies so it’s nice to be able to share some ideas from the small business sector. Even more appealing are that these ideas can be used in your own business, and can be implemented without a huge marketing budget. Continue reading

Robert McCaffrey

Robert is based in the UK and enjoys being involved in marketing and business development, with experience ranging from the IT services industry to social housing, and currently in B2B with a market leader. His interest and enthusiasm for small business arose after two years of digital marketing experience with a not-profit organisation in the UK, helping people start up in business, as well as providing mentoring and online business support advice. This period also made him enthusiastic to personally contribute in this area, and become involved in business forums.