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Five simple ways to protect your digital marketing assets

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.

What’s new at Wave (and what’s coming soon)

Learn about some of the latest products, services, and features we’ve built to help you run your business better, and what’s coming soon.

Geek Girls in Vegas + Wave: technology meets transparency

Lisa has two loves: performing and geeking out on tech. Wave helps her run her agency exactly how she wants, so she can give her customers the best experience.

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Five tools to help you nail small business content marketing

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.

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Behind the scenes of our 2018 rebrand

Ever wondered what it’s like to build a brand from scratch? Wave’s Creative Director, Grace Marquez, pulls back the curtain on our rebrand to share the story of what it took to bring our new look and feel to life.

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Do’s and dont’s of client servicing

Knowing how to serve your clients with excellence is one of the keys to succeeding in service-based business. Here are some tips on how to do it right.

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Get ready for a whole new Wave

We’re excited to announce that we’ve rebranded Wave! Our new look and feel brings to life our evolution from a free accounting software to a full-service financial services platform, and our focus on supporting brave entrepreneurs.

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Registering your business

Registering your business can seem complicated, but with the right information it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. This article covers what you need to do to get it done right.

Finding small business loans

This article covers everything you need to know about small business loans—whether you need one, the types available, how to qualify, and where to find one that’s right for you.

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How to write a business plan

Despite trends away from formal business planning, having one helps you get financing and makes your business more viable. This article covers how to write a business plan, with free templates to get you started.

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Finding the right small business idea

When it comes to finding the right small business idea, there are a few factors to consider. This article covers different approaches to finding business ideas, and how to tell if yours is an idea that’s worth pursuing.

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How to get inspired when you want to start a business

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.”).

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Culture & performance: Wave wins two awards

Culture is more than a ping pong table and a beer fridge. Build a culture carefully and consistently, and great things follow.

Data analysis for small businesses: It’s easier than you think

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.

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Five crucial questions to ask before hiring your first employee

Ready to hire some help for your small business? Here’s what you need to know to be prepared for your first employee.