Running a business
Whether you’re starting a business, up and running, or starting to scale, you’ll find helpful tips and insights here.
Business insurance can mean the difference between staying afloat when disaster strikes, or a small business going under. Yet 40% of small businesses have no insurance. Here’s what you need to know to decide if business insurance is right for you.
Social media is a great marketing opportunity for small businesses, but you need to make sure you’re spending your time on it wisely. This article walks through how to set the right goals and measure the right things to make sure your efforts on social media lead to results.
It may be too early to start setting up your holiday decorations, but that doesn’t have to stop you from planning for the holidays. Here are the ways you can prepare for the holiday season in order to maximize sales and re-engage past prospects and customers.
If you want to keep your business running, you’re going to need to learn how to navigate the financial volatility of entrepreneurship. We spoke with four small business owners and asked them how they learned to manage their finances: here are five of their tips.
Small businesses are especially vulnerable to attacks from hackers. This article has five simple ways to protect your online assets and keep your company safe.
Content marketing is gaining popularity as a cost-effective way to grow your customer base. Here are five of the best, low-cost, easy-to-use tools to make it easier.
If owning a business is your dream but you haven’t found your big idea yet, the first step is to find inspiration through the entrepreneur community. Learn how to move from the abstract (“Hey, wouldn’t it be cool to run a business?”) to reality (“I know what it takes to launch a successful business.”).
Data doesn’t have to be difficult. Here are some easy ideas for collecting and analyzing data that will help you better understand your customers and increase sales.
Ready to hire some help for your small business? Here’s what you need to know to be prepared for your first employee.
One of the quickest ways to get organized and be more productive is to maximize your smartphone’s capabilities. Check out five great smartphone tools that will put your business right into the palm of your hand.