Ryan O'Neil

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Introducing The Curate Marketplace

Ryan O'Neil | 03, 2019 | 0 Comments

Bringing Together The Best Resources From Industry Leaders - Exclusively for Curate Users

As you scroll through your Instagram feed, looking at your..

Filed under: Small Business Sally, Curate, Corporate Cate, Established Ed

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Five Ways To Turn Your Clients Into Advocates

Ryan O'Neil | 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Business owners will be the first to tell you how difficult it can be to effectively market new clients. What can be even more difficult, yet also more..

Filed under: Tips, Small Business Sally, Established Ed, Florist Marketing

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The Key To Successfully Implementing Your New Event Florist Software

Ryan O'Neil | 09, 2019 |

Every day, the Curate team is asked to share how to be a successful Curator. The secret is super simple. So simple, in fact, that it extends to any..

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6 Ways to Share Curate and Earn Additional Money This Month

Ryan O'Neil | 04, 2019 | 0 Comments

CurateShares is our wonderful affiliate program that allows Curate users and partners to give their friends 20% off their first year and receive a..

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Three Tricks to Crafting The Perfect Magazine Ad

Ryan O'Neil | 01, 2018 | 0 Comments
Three Tricks to Crafting The Perfect Magazine Ad
The holiday season is right around the corner, which means: 1) lots of people are going to be getting..

Filed under: Tips, Small Business Sally, Established Ed, catering, rentals, florists

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How We Increased Our Profit Enough To Hire An Additional Employee

Ryan O'Neil | 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

My wife, Rachael, was a year into being the lead designer at a shop when their ownership changed. She would come home frustrated after dealing with new..

Filed under: Efficiency, Small Business Sally, Curate, Established Ed, catering, rentals, florists

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Investing To Be Invested In

Ryan O'Neil | 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

 

Jennifer had a dream. A dream to one day grow her small floral company into a full-service event business and then continue to grow to a point where..

Filed under: Efficiency, Curate, Corporate Cate, Established Ed

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How To Say You Have A Minimum

Ryan O'Neil | 09, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you've weighed the different factors and determined that your company should have a minimum, it's time to figure out how to tell potential clients..

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Should you have a minimum?

Ryan O'Neil | 03, 2018 | 0 Comments

Last week we looked at four keys to moving up market and discussed how one of the biggest things we changed when moving from many intimate events to..

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Four Keys To Moving Up Market

Ryan O'Neil | 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

When my wife, Rachael, and I first started our St. Louis floral shop, Twisted Willow, it was hard to imagine that we would one day land five-figure..

Filed under: Tips, Efficiency, Curate

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