Category: Business

Reuben Yonatan
December 8, 2017

How NOT to work with Bad Clients – Infographic

How NOT to work with Bad Clients

The best advice I ever received? Know when to say NO. And that includes saying no to bad clients! It feels as though it is a risk-filled venture to dismiss any offer. After all, people lead to people. And you never want to be seen as someone with whom it is difficult to come to


Susan Gilbert
December 6, 2017

8 Low-Cost Publicity Tactics for Your Business

8 Low-Cost Publicity Tactics For Your Business

As social media becomes more of an advertising platform, businesses are struggling to find organic and cost-effective online tactics in order to build their brand. A common misconception is that you need to have a large budget to grow your business faster. The truth is, if you’re willing to put a little time and effort


Andy Capaloff
November 14, 2017

Can Shopping For Small Business Health Insurance Be Easy & Fun?

Small Business Health Insurance Made Easy

“This post was sponsored by UnitedHealthcare. All thoughts and opinions are my own.” Shopping For Small Business Health Insurance A little over a month ago, we published the first part of this series. It was titled “The Simple UnitedHealthcare Small Business Solution”. It was an overview of the benefits to small businesses of providing a


Lindsey Weiss
November 3, 2017

Practical Work-Life Balance Advice for the Female Freelancer

Work-Life Balance Advice for the Female Freelancer

Editor’s Note: As you know, we do like to mix things up once in a while. Undoubtedy, a large percentage of our readers are women. Chances are, quite a few of you are running a small freelancing business out of your home. This is for you, or for anyone who knows and loves one of


Susan Gilbert
November 1, 2017

How to Attract More Leads & Prospects with LinkedIn

Attract More Leads with LinkedIn

Is your LinkedIn profile not attracting new opportunities for your business? Since being purchased by Microsoft in 2016, the robust social platform has been experiencing quite a few changes. Not only have profile designs been upgraded but the company has added new video features, messaging and enhancements to their publishing program. It’s not too late


Wade Harman
October 27, 2017

Your Website Has Been Hacked. What Do You Do Now?

Steps to take if your website is hacked

This article from Wade Harman is a follow-up, of sorts, to the last article of his that we ran. Once again, he discusses cyber crime. This time, the focus is on the steps to take after you’ve been hacked. Sobering but necessary reading, and another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Take


Susan Gilbert
October 18, 2017

12 Tools To Improve Instagram, Visual Marketing & Facebook

Instagram, Visual Marketing & Facebook Tools

The following is made up of 3 “Monday Tips” articles, each of which talks about 4 helpful tools and resources around a specific area of your business. Today, the subjects are: Instagram apps Tools to help you improve your visual marketing Facebook tools 4 Must-Have Tools And Apps For Instagram 1) Increase sales through Instagram


Andy Capaloff
October 16, 2017

Don’t Just Question Answers. Question Questions

Don’t Just Question Answers. Question Questions

In April 2014, I wrote an article titled “Why You Need to Question Answers”. Somehow though, I’ve known all along that this message doesn’t go far enough. True, most answers bare examination. But the best answer is limited by the question that has been asked. Some of the greatest minds in the world of any


Greg Satell
October 12, 2017

How To Avoid These 4 Innovation Mistakes

Innovation Mistakes

This article by Greg Satell (aka Digital Tonto) once again looks at innovation – this time, detailing four common mistakes people make. It is another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. 4 Innovation Mistakes One of the things that startup guru Steve Blank likes to say is that no business plan survives


Robert Mening
October 6, 2017

How to Start a Business Blog [Infographic]

How to Start a Business Blog [Infographic]

Over the years, blogging has changed. But it has changed for good. It was always personalized and meant to share personal views and knowledge. Now, it is more diverse, creating social and economic avenues for everyone who is connected to the internet. Having a business blog has long since become an essential part of any


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