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Search engine optimization for sure is a great online marketing strategy that is applicable these days. There are many reasons behind this surge in the SEO but in most cases it is seen that the website owners fail to realize is that the search engine optimization does not necessarily be general. In fact, there are several reasons why the local search engine optimization can be more effective than the general.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could take a lawyer based on their word? Right now you’re thinking, “is this guy crazy?” because the mere concept of trust has become a laughable concept. Some attorneys will tell you what you want to hear and when you get the contract which puts in writing everything that you discussed it’s like the attorney wrote it in pig Latin, hand jive images and Hindi. Nothing is what it was on the phone call and everything gets lost in legalizes technical jargon.
A direct public offering is when a company raises capital by selling its shares directly to what is referred to as affinity groups, unlike an IPO which are sold by a broker dealer to its customers and the general public through other broker dealers who have customers interested in buying shares in the company.
IPOs and Taking Your Company Public: Why Do Public Companies Fail? There are a few things that one needs to consider when strategizing to take a business public on a major exchange: corporate structure, the speed and efficiency at which the IPO is facilitated, the market creation post public with corporate publicity strategies and investor relations, relationships to secure ongoing financing and finally strategic growth through acquisition.
If you are trying to raise capital with a PPM or public entity like OTCBB you need to understand the mind of the investor. After the business plan sells the investor on the business concept you need to sell them on you and your executive staff. You need to stack your executive positions with professionals with a proven track record of success and possess a solid reputation in the industry. You must paint the picture for investors that your business is run by the who’s who in your industry and this pedigree is demonstrated by your education, degree, grades in college, professional organizations of which you have been and are currently a member, advisory board positions with other corporate organizations, a track record of setting up and maintaining strategic alliances, networking contacts and more.