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About Marc Beharry


Im a 30+ marketer, married with 2 kids in NYC. I enjoy NFL, MMA and support The Children’s Tumor Foundation, AutismSpeaks, One.org and more. I founded CongressRatings.com, where anyone can rate politicians for the historical record.

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Rate & Review Politicians; World Leaders, US Congressmen,The US President,The US Vice President,George W. Bush,Dick Cheney,Hillary Clinton,Bill Clinton and ...

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Dear VCs: Here’s the first thing to look at in a media deal

| Blog | June 5, 2013

By Bryan Goldberg On June 3, 2013Venture Capitalists tend to ask a lot of questions. And when they are looking at media deals — which are intimidating in their unpredictability — they ask a ton of questions. But they can save themselves a lot of time, because there is one question that is so important…

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Top Five Reasons Your Company Should Opt For Payroll Outsourcing

| Blog | January 17, 2013

Payroll Outsourcing Saves Money

To minimise excessive and often unnecessary workload, small businesses and start-ups are looking for different ways to focus their efforts on core business functions. An effective way of streamlining business processes is to outsource functions like payroll to professionals. Instead of managing an in-house team of payroll experts, start-ups find it more convenient and cost effective for many different reasons. Here are five of the biggest reasons in favor of opting for a payroll outsourcing company.

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Thinking Of Starting Up In California? Know What You’re Getting Into (Infographic)

| Blog | November 30, 2012

Small Business Concerns Study 2011-2012 , California Bank and Trust
Presented By California Bank and Trust Small Business Banking

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How To Do A Basic Salesforce Setup

| Blog | October 15, 2012

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Before rolling out Salesforce, you will have to take care of a lot of details such as when exactly you are going to deploy the platform, the hierarchy as to who will have the admin privileges, etc. Although these details seem trivial, you will be surprised at the number of people who neglect this. Finally on the launch date, they will be faced with so many complications that things are bound to go wrong.

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Using Facebook Giveaways and Contests for Marketing SMB’s

| Blog | February 10, 2012

Allu Skin Therapy Weekly Facebook Giveaway

Online giveaways are great for consumers and businesses to connect because once the potential customer “Likes” your Facebook page they will likely see many of the status updates or promos you send out several times per week.  An email newsletter, in comparison, usually takes help with writing thesis considerable more effort to send out multiple times per week.  In addition, social media giveaways on Twitter and Facebook have the potential to go viral if people deem it worthy enough to share with their friends.

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Leadership Tips from Renowned World Leaders

| Blog | January 1, 2012

John F. Kennedy: 35th President of the United States

Good leaders know that one of the many keys to becoming a great leader is to study exemplars. And in a start-up environment great leadership is critical because you need to motivate your employees to go the extra mile and do 2 jobs at a time.  Here are some tips from some of the Greatest Leaders in History….

I came, I saw, I conquered.Julius Caesar

As the best known ruler of the Roman Empire which was, at the time, the largest Empire in the history of the world, Julius Caesar’s skill at leading his nation remains without parallel. this classic quote, which is even pithier in Latin — Veni. Vidi. Vici. — expresses the directness which great leaders have. These three latin words cut to the absolute chase of what he did as Caesar. As you communicate with your team, you can not only channel Caesar’s directness, but also the confidence with which this statement is imbued.

An optimist sees an opportunity in every calamity; a pessimist sees a calamity in every opportunity.Winston Churchill

Great leaders are positive. Winston Churchill, who faced Nazi Germany as an opponent as he led Britain into World War II, rallied his troops with his positive attitude. Although being positive may seem similar to being confident, a quality which Churchill also had in spades, there is a crucial difference between the two qualities. Once he fully understood the nature of the damage, the captain of the Titanic was confident that his ship was going to sink, but there was no optimism in this realization. Churchill faced down a brutal air attack from Germany and remained sure that Britain would survive and thrive. When your business hits tough times, take a minute and find the opportunity on the other side of the crisis.

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Public Speaking Tips for CEO’s from Renowned Historical Figures

| Blog | December 19, 2011

Dale Carnegie

This article was originally published on BlogCritics.org

Dale Carnegie said, “There are always three speeches for every one you actually gave: the one you practiced, the one you gave and the one you wish you gave.” The art of public speaking has had many practitioners, but the roster of historical speakers holds a few maestros who brought the art to a peak.

Dale Carnegie

Preparation Is Essential

Mark Twain, the famed writer and raconteur, said in a speech, “… I never was happy, never could make a good impromptu speech without several hours to prepare it.”

As paradoxical as it may sound, even free-form speeches work best with extensive notes. The tendency to ramble is strong, and the invisible pressure of an audience has an underestimated power to frighten away fragile intentions. A body of well-organized notes will serve as a sheepdog for ideas, keeping essential elements from being lost in unexpected thickets of words.

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Competitor Analysis and Research; Fast, Easy and Free!

| Blog | January 23, 2011


All business owners should be aware about data available publicly and how to gain competitive insights and business intelligence from this information. So here are tools and methods for researching and analyzing important public performance data about your competitor’s website FAST and for FREE! There are even some wonderful tools to make the process EASY, so don’t miss the conclusion.

How Much Traffic/Visitors Does Your Competitor’s Website Receive?


Traffic numbers from Compete.com are much more accurate than many people believe. They are not exact, but generally speaking they are in the acceptable range and get trends well also. So you can tell the difference between a site that gets 10 million visits per month and a site that gets 10 thousand. Google Ad Planner and Quantcast have similar estimates but can also give you the REAL traffic numbers on a site if the site owner is using the system and made the data public.

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