OK I know this is the small business owners least favorite topic, but I’m keeping it short and sweet this week. Whether we like it or not blogging is here to stay. I have yet to see anyone on the Read More. . .
If you are one of the many retailers that believes being a good corporate citizen will help you sell more products, then we have a little secret to share with you. Despite what the numerous surveys will tell you about Read More. . .
Hey there! My featured post missed this Thursday’s deadline. A little technical difficulty left my usual Thursday post missing in action. So I am making up for it here, after spending a great Father’s Day with my Dad. What can Read More. . .
You know one of the things that I find most small business owners are struggling with when it comes to their website is what type of content should they have on it. You want to cut to the chase and Read More. . .
OK let me just say, I love Jay Goltz! It takes sheer, dare I say, “balls” to tackle the subject of clichés in business and his post on the “10 Words Entrepreneurs Should Use With Caution” – should be bookmarked. Read More. . .
This week’s featured post is a great article from Jesse Aaron’s for Business 2 Community, on the psychology of persuasion and how you can leverage this in your online marketing efforts. Aaron covers everything from engaging the senses to the Read More. . .
Hey there! Well it’s that time of the year. The birds are starting to sing again, even here in New York. Spring is just around the corner and so are all of those networking events. I just spent the better Read More. . .
Since the Recession, any gains that a small business owner can make on or offline is considered a blessing. But what if you’ve managed to survive these past few years, but now you seemed to have hit a wall. You Read More. . .
You know, I never was one for handing out too many business cards. I’m still a bit of a wallflower. I try to be as “tactful” as I can with my business cards, when I’m at networking events, I never Read More. . .
I am often surprised at the number of small business owners who want teach themselves web design, because they think they can save money by building their own website. I have been in business for myself for the past 4 Read More. . .