Small Business Blogs

We’ve scoured the web for the most helpful blogs for small businesses and put together the best small business bloggers.

Blogs about enterprise, small business, working from home, self-employed, contractors, businesses at home and more.

Let’s take a look at some of the best (and newest) small business blogs on the web.

How technology is changing business

Business is changing. Forward-thinking companies all over the world are using the latest technology to develop the way they approach everyday problems in innovative ways, from internal communication to customer service strategies, these technological advancements present opportunities to handle even the most mundane tasks faster and more efficiently. Business Energy comparison specialist Love Energy Savings, spoke to some of the industry’s leading experts to get their thoughts on what’s next for businesses, and how they’ve embraced the tech takeover to…

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Think you’re ready to be an entrepreneur?

Deborah Sweeney on September 14, 2017 – 8:00 am in Small Business According to the Kauffman Foundation’s State of Entrepreneurship 2017 report, entrepreneurship is on the rebound across the United States. Job creation is on the rise, and optimism has been growing among small business owners.  But before you decide to quit your day job and start a business, it’s a good idea to determine if the entrepreneurial path is the best one for you. Ask yourself these five questions…

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Career Development for Hourly Employees When There is No Room for Growth

At a local store of a regional party supply business, the manager, Tara, felt a responsibility to help her employees reach their career goals.  Tara spent time with young employees teaching them lessons she had learned in her many years in retail management.  She drafted development plans for the employees with their individual career goals in mind.  If an employee was working towards a degree, Tara included skill-sets like responsibility and leadership on the employee’s performance evaluation.  When Tara felt…

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16 Issues You Need to Resolve

Starting a business is a challenging pursuit—and that’s without the complicated legal ramifications that you want to protect you and your business against. As a business owner, you want to make sure you have covered all your legal bases to avoid any hefty fines, headaches, or—worst case—even jail time. Fortunately, there are plenty of resources available to small businesses both online and through hired legal counsel. Use this list as a jumping off point for your startup legal checklist—and make…

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5 Ways Businesses Can Tap Into Back-to-School Buzz

With summer winding down, students of all ages will soon be heading back to school, and for small businesses, this busy season can add up to big revenue opportunities. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), back-to-school and back-to-college spending is expected to reach $83.6 billion this year, an increase of more than 10 percent over 2016. As the NRF reports, stronger employment and increasing wages have families feeling more optimistic about the economy, and that optimism is showing itself…

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5 Surprising Benefits of Content Marketing Campaign

There’s one vital question you should be asking about your business: “How will I find my next customer?” Or, better yet, “How will my next customer find me?” Enter content marketing. By now, you’ve probably heard how quality content can help grow your business, but if you haven’t invested in it yet, it may be because you are skeptical about the benefits it can bring. Or maybe the prospect of developing a long-term content marketing strategy feels intimidating and, aware…

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How to be Your Own CTO

Stroll through the hallways of the C-suite offices in any corporate headquarters and you’ll find the home base for the company’s chief technology officer (CTO). As technology plays an increasingly large role in the success of virtually every industry, CTOs find their responsibilities correspondingly important and growing. Let me clarify that statement just a bit; technology plays an increasingly important role in the success of virtually every industry big or small, old or new. Many startups and small businesses however,…

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How Effective is Your AR Team?

SHARE Sure, some customers will pay you on time. But most of them will need some reminding, either with a follow up email or call. It takes two to get paid; your customers to pay the invoices, and you to hold them accountable. You can keep tabs on how well your customers are keeping up their end of the bargain with, DSO, DBT, and ADD. But what about you? How well is your receivables team doing? Collections Effectiveness Index (CEI) is…

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Small Business Entrepreneurship Better than Bogleheads or Mr Money Mustache?

In recent blog posts, I’ve pointed out some flaws I see in the Mr. Money Mustache and Bogleheads philosophies for preparing for retirement. Accordingly, this post talks about a third approach people can use to become financially independent and retire: small business entrepreneurship. Before I get into the meat of my argument though, I want to talk a bit about both the Mr. Money Mustache and also about the Bogleheads philosophies. You don’t want to consider some other, more esoteric…

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Tax Deductions for Cybersecurity – Barbara Weltman

Cybersecurity describes measures you take to protect your computer and information from unauthorized access. Concerns about cybersecurity are relatively new. According to the dictionary, the term “cybersecurity” wasn’t even in use before 1989, the first viruses started a decade later, but large-scale computer attacks didn’t make headlines until about 10 years ago.  The IRS and courts have yet to tackle specific costs related to cybersecurity measures. However, given commonly known tax rules, I think there’s some guidance to be found.…

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Why you should consider adding a nickname to Facebook

Hi there, my name is Joanne and I write a small business blog for home based businesses called JoanneDewberry.co.uk. But you’d be surprised by the sheer amount of people who don’t actually call me Joanne. No really. I’m either JoannA or Jo. I’m never sure why people assume after meeting me Joanne Dewberry that they can then refer to me as Jo but 95% of the time people do. I’m quite polite so instead of just saying, I prefer Joanne…

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Small Business Tools for Success

Small Business Tools for Success Small Business need tools to complete their work day-to-day and these tools vary depending on the type of business. There are a few tools that are necessary for all business to consider and this blog will illustrate them for you. At My Sassy Business, we can help take your business from where you are today to where you want to be. Make sure you subscribe to the weekly blogs we publish each Monday and you…

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Kaip pagerinti vietini seo – TaurusMedia.lt

6 PATARIMAI, KAIP PAGERINTI VIETINIO SEO (ANGL. LOCAL SEO) MARKETINGĄ Pradedantiesiems verslininkams dažnai atrodo, jog SEO reikalingas ir naudingas tik stambiam (dideliam) verslui, tačiau toks požiūris nemažai nutolęs nuo tiesos. Šiandieniniame pasaulyje net ir fizinės statybinių prekių parduotuvės turi nuolat skirti dėmesio savęs pristatymui internete. Kaip tai padaryti? Įsivaizduokime situaciją, kad verslininkas jau turi susikūręs savo interneto svetainę, tuomet kitas jo žingsnis turėtų būti – optimizuoti tą svetainę vietinei paieškai. Nors tradicinės rinkodaros metodai vis dar gali būti laikomi efektyviausiu…

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Building and growing your business with Windows 10 and the cloud – Step 5 – Small Business Blog from Microsoft

Use built-in MDM in Microsoft Office 365 to manage your devices The sixth in a seven-part series on the effectiveness and efficiencies of a feature-rich, cloud-connected Windows 10 environment for small businesses Previously in Building and growing your business with Windows 10 and the cloud… In the first blog post of this series, we described how Windows 10 and Microsoft cloud services can provide you with powerful, scalable IT services without the need to configure, deploy, and maintain costly on-premises…

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Why Techpreneurs Should Look To The Senior Care Space

by John Valiton, CEO at Reemo Health While leaps and bounds beyond what we saw even five years ago, the health tech industry has yet to be fully explored. There is such a huge opportunity for entrepreneurs to use their technical abilities to advance the way individuals deal with their health — especially in terms of aging care. To put the space’s potential into perspective: the senior care industry is projected to reach a worth of $400 billion by next…

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The Importance of Strong Sales Leadership in Nonprofit Businesses

There’s a lot of selling going on at nonprofits, and it’s going on despite the fact that the idea of selling is horrifying to some people who work in the nonprofit world. However, a nonprofit needs to be selling if it expects to continually bring in new volunteers and donors to grow. And this is why strong sales leadership is so important if you run a nonprofit. Leaders earn respect If you’re a boss, your subordinates don’t exist in order…

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