Monday, June 20, 2011

I am sad to announce the passing of Mr. Ernest Mollo, father of Doug Mollo managing director and co founder of BizConnect. Please keep Doug and his family in your prayers.

I am sad to announce the passing of Mr. Ernest Mollo, father of Doug Mollo managing director and co founder of BizConnect. Please keep Doug and his family in your prayers.  Doug Wrote “To our BizConnect family, I wanted you to know that my Dad went to hospice on the 16th of June and I spent almost every moment with him and he went home to get his new body and he is dancing with the Lord. Just this morning in Avon Ct. at 7:59 am my brother Peter and I were with him holding his hands.”
Peace be with you!

Douglas Mollo and the Mollo Family

Services for Ernest Mollo will be held at
Thursday or Friday of this week..
William Donahue
Managing Director, Co Founder
BizConnect Enterprises, LLC

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Helping Small Business In Tough Times

Helping Small Business: FREE LISTING http://COMPMEMBERSHIP.BIZCONNECTENT.COM The business segment of the nation, which needs to be looked out for the most, is small business. Small business is the very heartbeat of America.  BizConnect believes only from the small business does the vast majority of large business evolve and it is the goal of BizConnect to under gird, support and aid small business. BizConnect is a solutions company with a primary focus on creating strategic alliances. We are a group of highly qualified business professionals dedicated to serving our clients. Our objective is to help businesses and companies be competitive and save money through a variety of business services we offer.  We make it our priority to businesses grow their business by supplying a variety of cost saving and traffic driving services.

Small business owners have the responsibility to continually assess their own needs and find the business tools and ideas that will keep them on the cutting edge, with regard to marketing and growing their businesses as well as operating efficiently. It is the intent of the creators of BizConnect, to fill that void and to ensure that our members know they are part of our team. BizConnect’s business strategy is formulated specifically to address their unique business challenges and concerns in today’s volatile market.
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Thursday, June 2, 2011

Small Business and The Social Media Revolution

Thursday, June 2, 2011 2:06 PM CDT
Social media websites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are used by millions of people around the world to instantly connect with other online users. You may find a viral video of a kid with incredible vocals...mature beyond their age. You could follow a Facebook friend as they travel across the globe sharing their adventure in dramatic pictures and words. The possibilities are endless and they apply to your small business, too.

Many small businesses have yet to create an online presence and have not taken advantage of social media. Some feel they’re too small or simply can’t afford it. In actuality, your business can’t afford not to integrate social media into the overall marketing strategy. First, social media is the most cost-effective way to increase visibility for your company. You can immediately set up a free online profile to start promoting your business in your local community. Use Facebook to educate potential customers or to pass along a special discount. As you build a rapport with the online community, people begin to know, like, and trust you, increasing the chance that they will do business with you. Social media has leveled the playing field for small businesses and their larger competitors.

So, does your business need social media? If you would like to connect with people who are actively searching for what you are selling, then the answer is “yes”. I suggest every business start their social media marketing with Facebook and YouTube. Facebook allows you to set up a company profile then add existing customers and potentially new customers as “friends”. As you connect and share with others on Facebook, your business takes on a new online identity attracting those interested in your company. Likewise, YouTube enhances your online presence, by allowing you to share compelling video with potential customers. On the Internet video sells and should be a key component of your social media strategy. With social media, you don’t need a big budget to have a huge impact. If you want to learn more about social media for small business send an email to. or call 561-444-9771