Posts tagged Mitt Romney

5 Lessons Marketers Can Learn From Obama’s Victory1. It’s the Big Data, Stupid2. Facebook Advertising Works3. All the Money in the World Can’t Overcome Advertising4. Social Media is Just One Tool in the Arsenal5. It’s the Demographics, StupidRead More
        (via 5 Lessons Marketers Can Learn From Obama’s Victory)
5 Lessons Marketers Can Learn From Obama’s Victory

1. It’s the Big Data, Stupid
2. Facebook Advertising Works
3. All the Money in the World Can’t Overcome Advertising
4. Social Media is Just One Tool in the Arsenal
5. It’s the Demographics, Stupid
Read More

(via 5 Lessons Marketers Can Learn From Obama’s Victory)

A Small Business Guide to the Presidential ElectionBoth Democratic President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney pledge to create jobs and kickstart the economy, but differ on their methods. For those still on the fence, here’s a summary of their stances on issues affecting small business. Read MoreRelated posts:1. Presidential Candidates Spar Over Small Business (Again)2. Obama’s Plans for Small Business3. Poll: Small Business Owners Slowly Shifting to Obama4. Will Election Year Politics Destroy Your Culture?5. Top 5 Business Lessons from the Presidential Debates
        (via A Small Business Guide to the Presidential Election - OPEN Forum :: American Express OPEN Forum)
A Small Business Guide to the Presidential Election

Both Democratic President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney pledge to create jobs and kickstart the economy, but differ on their methods. For those still on the fence, here’s a summary of their stances on issues affecting small business. Read More

Related posts:
1. Presidential Candidates Spar Over Small Business (Again)
2. Obama’s Plans for Small Business
3. Poll: Small Business Owners Slowly Shifting to Obama
4. Will Election Year Politics Destroy Your Culture?
5. Top 5 Business Lessons from the Presidential Debates

(via A Small Business Guide to the Presidential Election - OPEN Forum :: American Express OPEN Forum)

Poll: Small Business Owners Slowly Shifting to ObamaMany small business voters in swing states—Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin—are still in the Republican camp, with 48 percent saying they planned to vote for Romney. Obama has made gains, though: Thirty-eight percent said they planned to vote for the current president, a six percent increase since May. And the majority of small business voters—56 percent—think Obama will win the election. Read More
        (via Poll: Small Business Owners Slowly Shifting to Obama : The World :: American Express OPEN Forum - Image source)
Poll: Small Business Owners Slowly Shifting to Obama
Many small business voters in swing states—Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin—are still in the Republican camp, with 48 percent saying they planned to vote for Romney. Obama has made gains, though: Thirty-eight percent said they planned to vote for the current president, a six percent increase since May. And the majority of small business voters—56 percent—think Obama will win the election. Read More

(via Poll: Small Business Owners Slowly Shifting to Obama : The World :: American Express OPEN Forum - Image source)

Debate 1: Obama, Romney Spar Over How to Tax Small Business

In case you were too busy running your business last night to tune into the first presidential debate in Denver, here’s a recap: both candidates talked about their support for cutting taxes for small businesses in some way, but they sparred over what is actually considered a small business.

Read More

Obama vs. Romney: A Tale of Two Economic Plans
Which candidate has a better plan for fixing the economy?
(via Obama vs. Romney: A Tale of Two Economic Plans | Entrepreneur.com)

Obama vs. Romney: A Tale of Two Economic Plans

Which candidate has a better plan for fixing the economy?

(via Obama vs. Romney: A Tale of Two Economic Plans | Entrepreneur.com)

Survey: Small business owners more optimistic about how their companies will do post-election

The National Federation of Independent Business says owners it surveyed last month expect their companies’ sales and overall business conditions to pick up after the election and the end of the year.”

(via Washington Post Business)

President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have talked frequently about small-business owners and entrepreneurs in their stump speeches recently, suggesting they’re in touch with America’s nearly 30 million small enterprises. But, when it comes down to it, how strong of a voice do small businesses really have this election season?
        (via Are Small Businesses Being Heard This Election Year? | Entrepreneur.com)
President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have talked frequently about small-business owners and entrepreneurs in their stump speeches recently, suggesting they’re in touch with America’s nearly 30 million small enterprises. But, when it comes down to it, how strong of a voice do small businesses really have this election season?

(via Are Small Businesses Being Heard This Election Year? | Entrepreneur.com)