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.

Tech Explained: Generative Adversarial Networks

ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Uncategorized’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true}); Artificial Intelligence (AI) software is being developed for an increasingly diverse range of uses. Some that we have seen recently include matching consumers with their perfect coffee and predicting the likelihood of IVF success. However, AI has never been very good at creating realistic artworks. This is because it requires imagination to perform creative tasks that involve making comparisons, transferring information from one form to another and blending concepts together to create new…

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5 Ways To Grow Content Marketing for Lawyers

Many legal service businesses have one big problem – their services don’t find a wide target audience. These services attract only specialized audiences that can be totaled in the few thousands or even hundreds. Сonsequently, some of these companies underestimate the power of content marketing for lawyers. Content marketing is crucial for law firms, especially if they want to find new clients, retain existing ones, and build a good online presence on the legal services market. With the increased number…

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Small Business Beware: Employee Devices are Risks You Didn’t Realize

Here’s a scenario: you enter an elevator with several other people. One of those people, you find out after the doors close has the flu – which you didn’t discover until that “minor” cough in the elevator became two weeks of bed rest. And you weren’t the only one that was infected. Another person on that elevator also became sick, and you know of at least one other person who the bug was passed onto. Cybersecurity issues at small businesses…

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Paya Introduces Small Business Friendly Payment Platform

Paya has just introduced a new solution for your small business clients that takes payments in multiple locations on multiple devices. Paya Connect The company touts its new Paya Connect for both its connectivity and easy integration with the tools your clients or your business already uses, but more importantly, the security of the payments it processes. Small Business Trends contacted Greg Cohen President of Paya, to learn more about this product that’s already used by over 100,000 businesses to…

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Climate change has an unlikely beneficiary: the US small business administration

(This post originally appeared on The Guardian) The Small Business Administration always finds itself struggling to get funding. Depending on who sits in the White House, it’s oftentimes a tough sell to argue for more money to support small businesses in lieu of spending on social programs, the military or (increasingly) the interest on our national debt. But there could be an unlikely solution to the agency’s funding challenges: climate change. If you’re familiar with the SBA, then you know…

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When Your Boss Is… Your Dad: 6 Tips For Navigating Fine Line Between Personal & Professional Life In Family Business

by Phuong Uyen Tran, author of “Competing With Giants” and deputy CEO of THP Beverage Group We all have had a boss relationship that has tested our mettle. Working for someone else and meeting his or her expectations, both spoken and unspoken, can be tremendously challenging. Now imagine your boss – the person who dictates your duties, evaluates your performance and ultimately determines many aspects of your career path–is the same person who knows your weaknesses better than your strengths and tends…

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Why Are These Certain Industries Targeted by Phishing Attacks?

According to a new threat report, there’s been an 782x increase in the number of phishing cyberattacks in Q2 2018 alone.  eSentire Threat Intelligence also reports that two industries with a strong small business presence (marketing and construction) were in the top five most affected. Industries Targeted by Phishing Small Business Trends contacted Keegan Keplinger, Data Visualization Lead, Threat Intelligence at eSentire Inc to find out more and how vulnerable small businesses can protect themselves. Support Scams He started by…

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Do Your Business Need to Hire a Commercial Dispute Lawyer?

A commercial dispute is a disagreement connected with commerce and trade. It will often involve money. For example, it could be an issue of pricing, or claims of release from liability. One could also find themselves needing commercial dispute lawyers if there is a breach of contract, an alleged deduction claim or a complaint regarding the quality of a purchased good or product. A commercial dispute lawyer attempts to prevent litigation whenever they can. They could, for example, negotiate conflict…

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Resources & Practice Tests for Cybersecurity, Ethical Hacking Certification

Sponsored Post The Cyber Security certifications are the primary standard in the information security sector which run in alignment with the requirements and successfully trains an individual to attain the label of an information assurance professional defining all the sides and aspects of the IT security. This essentially includes the ethical hacking, architecture, management, design, and controls in the field of IT security. Nowadays, most of positions in the industry of IT security require for an individual to get a…

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148 FREE Resources to Start, Run and Grow Your Law Firm – My Shingle

Today, MyShingle is excited to introduce our latest offering for the legal community:  143 FREE Tools & Resources to Start, Run and Grow Your Law Firm, available at our site HERE.   Although the web is bursting with lists of free tools to start a business, somewhat shockingly, no comparable, comprehensive guide exists for law firms and so, I created one. The MyShingle guide differs from the non-lawyer versions in a couple of respects. Foremost, our guide includes resources for document creation…

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Two Outstanding Opportunities For PG&E Business Customers

(Sponsored Post) This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of PG&E. The opinions and text are all mine. If you’re a Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) business customer, you have two wonderful opportunities available to you right now. And both of them will save your business money. In this post I’m going to show you specific cost-saving opportunities for your business. First: A Case-Study Beets Hospitality Group manages two exclusive event venues; the Palm Event Center…

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Design is how we treat each other

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Today’s interview is with Rie Nørregaard, a Managing Creative Director of SY Partners, a consultancy based in New York and San Francisco. For 20 years, they’ve helped business leaders, teams, and individuals pursue growth and greatness. Rie has recently started a podcast: Designing for Humanity, which aims to explore designing a future that’s made for all of us—and the best in us. They also say that design,…

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how you can help your employees

Employers can help their staff with invisible illnesses by being more flexible Workplaces are taking greater steps to support employees with conditions relating to physical and mental health. However, many employees with invisible illnesses like diabetes still face problems at work. Sophie Ainsworth is the founder of Raising Awareness of Invisible Illnesses in Schools and Education (RAiISE). Here, she shares what employers can do to help staff with invisible illnesses. Invisible illnesses are wide-ranging Things like arthritis are common, especially…

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Can Consumers Find Your Business Online? Tips For Getting Found

If your business isn’t showing up in online searches, it’s as good as invisible. Consumers are increasingly using the internet to find and choose businesses: More than 51 percent of smartphone users have discovered a new company or product while conducting a search on their smartphone. And that’s exactly why local listings are so important. A local listing is an online profile that contains your business name, address, phone number and other details people need to find and visit your business.…

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Relevant Hashtag Suggestions for your Business CoverWallet

A hashtag is a type of metadata tag primarily used on social media networks such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Similar to how Search Engine Optimization can improve with the help of keywords, hashtags allow users to easily find contents relevant to a certain product or service. By simply using the pound sign (#) in front of words, it serves as an informal markup for others to search a single stream of contents using the same hashtag. Hashtags are important…

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Concierge service specialises in hard-to-find products

Add / Remove For Australians who long for hard-to-find products from around the world, comes a new way to shop. Sydney start-up Just Tress It is a personal concierge shopping service with a twist. The service specialises in finding brands and items that are not normally available in Australia. The startup is targeting people who have “a strong desire for a specific item they can’t get in Australia”. This could be anything from a favourite snack, to brands that do…

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