Blogentrpreneur.com is a website dedicated to helping others learn the practical use of general business operations through related blog posts and news articles. "We also plan to increase the number of posts and provide you with an inside look into some of the "hard to get" secrets that we have used in all of our business ventures...include in-depth marketing, SEO strategies, advertising, public relations, small business research, affiliate strategy management, and social media..."-Adam Toren, Matthew Toren & Luke Etheridge
Huskerpreneur.com is a blog dedicated to entrepreneurship in Nebraska. This site provides you with an opportunity to share ideas and experiences in entrepreneurship, ask and answer questions and link with other Nebraska entrepreneurs.
AgChat hosts a weekly conversation for anyone involved in the business of growing food, fuel, feed and/or fiber, every Tuesday from 8-10pm Eastern Time.
Ten Golden Rules to Internet Marketing
Jay Berkowitz uses Twitter to help people learn about internet marketing, Berkowitz is an author, speaker and podcaster.
10 Tips for Becoming a Smarter, Social Business Person
Social networks can help make you a smarter business person, and there’s a lot of corporate value to be found in them
Turns out there are myriad ways Twitter can have an impact, and not just as a marginal marketing tool. Indeed, we found 21 clever ways to use Twitter--for everything from boosting sales and scouting talent, to conducting market research and raising capital. Chances are, there will be many more.
The facebook site hosted by UNL Extension, dedicated to entrepreneurship in Nebraska. This site hosts several links to informative webinars, articles, podcasts, etc.
Social Media Examiner is an online social media magazine that provides information for incorporating social media into your business or entrepreneur venture.
Rural Entrepreneurship News
Every three weeks another edition of Rural Entrepreneurship News comes out through the Internet. Rural Entrepreneurship News is the leading electronic newsletter capturing breaking news related to rural entrepreneurship
Community Leadership Educational Materials
University of North Dakota-Materials include information on: Partners in Programming, Starting an Investment Club, North Dakota rules, regulations and licenses, Agricultural based businesses.
Leadership: Getting It Done
University of Missouri-Book by Rex Campbell, Professor of Rural Sociology detailing Leadership, how to achieve it and what it means.
Leadership Program Development Guide
Texas A&M University-This handbook provides the conceptual foundation for Texas Extension programming.
Tools for Assessment
Leader to Leader Institute-This site includes information on: The Five Most Important Questions, Self-Assesment Tool-a book detailing the five most important questions you will ever ask about your organization.
Wharton Center of Leadership and Change Management: Civic Leadership Digest
University of Pennsylvania-An informative online magazine detailing upcoming conferences, the latest news and detailed information on the world of leadership.
10 FAQs about starting a small business
Louisiana State University-This quide is aimed at small businesses interested in starting or expanding a business, it offers information and suggestions on how to approach decisions.
Evaluating board members in rural communities
Louisiana State University-A guide on how to evaluate business board leaders with an explanation on the importance of evaluation, how to set up metrics and how to hold those accountable for their actions.
How to design a rural leadership program
University of Kentucky-This guide discusses the recognizition that the key to addressing rural problems is the “capacity building” of local leaders and citizens (enhancing the potential of local people to solve problems).
Listening and Leadership: A Study on their Relationship
National Firefighters Academy -A study determing the relationship between good listeners and good leaders and how this information can be used to generate good leadership.
Why people move to the Great Plains
University of Nebraska at Lincoln-A study discussing the reasons behind people migrating to and from the Great Plains and how to use this information in a push and pull tactic.
CDS Membership Listserve
All Community Development Society members can subscribe to the CDS listserve to discuss issues relevant to community development and the Community Development Society.
University of Montana
UMT sends relevant Community Development information several times a month including announcements of workshops, conferences, new reports or articles of interest. Send an email to email@example.com and type "Subscribe extcd" in the message.