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Category Archives: Small Business Tools
In the world of small business, we often get lots of advice. Most of these tips are fairly normal, such as what to do about taxes, how to advertise, and the best SEO practices. With the downturn of the economy, … Continue reading
By Deborah Baudoin A zillion years ago, I had the idea that I was gonna be the next Lois Lane. I was going to go out and get the hard news, get my byline, and live a life of adventure … Continue reading
The Case of the Mountain-Biking Interior Decorator: How Blogging for Small Businesses Fulfills a Very Real Need
Many people are skeptical about blogging for small businesses. Writing that is published in print somehow seems to have a greater degree of legitimacy than the often short and sweet blogs on the internet. There’s also the question of quality for … Continue reading
Health Care professionals are sometimes reluctant to jump into the world of social media. Fear of transparency, HIPAA violations, or simply a lack of time causes many to completely ignore the valuable tools of blogging and social media. Paul Levy, … Continue reading
By Tonya Jones As with any industry, there are some common blogging mistakes that companies are likely to make, and those who are blogging for real estate are not exempt from those pitfalls. Some of the most frequent mistakes that companies make … Continue reading
Every small business needs small business tools, especially when they’re absolutely free! Thankfully, the Internet is full of these free tools that are made to help out small businesses in a variety of ways. As you know, each small business has different … Continue reading
By Kim Hill As an almost lifetime owner and companion of dogs, I’ve learned a lot over the years: how to have patience, how to cope with loss, and how to find joy in the most simple of pleasures. When … Continue reading
By: Ken Bradford This story begins with a tale about country music, drinkin’, and a John Deere lawnmower. There once was a man who had a very serious alcohol problem and he would do almost anything to chase down a drink. … Continue reading