Small Business Blogs

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.

Uber’s Electric Flying Taxi Service Will Commence by 2020

Uber has signed a partnership agreement with NASA to develop electric flying taxi service that will commence by 2020. The service schedule is proposed to begin tests in Los Angeles and subsequently to three other cities during the test. Uber’s head of product, Jeff Holden confirmed the agreement during a Web Summit in Lisbon on January 8. He disclosed that “the taxi app had signed a contract with NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) to develop low-flying aircrafts for urban…

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What All New Small Business Owners Need To Know

Becoming a business owner is quite the accomplishment. You should be proud of yourself and how far you’ve come. It means you have the skills and knowledge to succeed, if you continue to make the right moves and dedicate yourself to achieving success. Being new means you likely have to adjust to a competitive market and being a proactive force within it. Be patient with yourself and open to learning and growing. There’s no reason you should know it all…

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5 Tips for More Efficient Warehouse Operations

Efficiency is a top concern for any business with an onsite warehouse or distribution center. To keep customers happy and remain profitable as a business, your warehouse needs to operate with no significant hitches. While it’s easier said than done, you can implement some simple tactics to help your warehouse run with less friction and greater output.   RELATED ARTICLE: THE BASICS OF EFFICIENT INVENTORY MANAGEMENT   5 Tips for Maximum Efficiency Investopedia defines efficiency as “…a level of performance that…

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6 Rideshare Driver Pitfalls To Avoid

If you decided to become a rideshare driver, then you must be prepared to be a self-employed businessperson as well as a driver and be a psychologist as well. As a professional rideshare driver with experience driving for both Uber and Lyft, I decided to share the six pitfalls that rideshare drivers need to know. While the obvious applications process is your first dive into this occupation, there is only one pitfall to prepare for, and that is if you…

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Business got talent? How cloud technology could help you retain it

Winning the so-called war for talent is an enduring challenge for UK businesses large and small. With employment levels at a record high, competition for the brightest stars is fierce as organisations battle to keep talented employees from the clutches of their rivals – and struggle to attract skilled replacements when they fail. It’s a candidate’s market – and the best are playing the field. Talent attraction and retention is now a strategic priority. Earlier this year, CEOs identified ‘human…

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Bad Business Habits are Your Worst Enemies, Here are 8 You Must Eliminate!

I’m not really one for all the “New Year, New You” hype, but I am a fan of making resolutions that make sense.  One thing I’ve learned from writing for and speaking to entrepreneurs is that we’re all hungry for new ways to improve our companies and our efficiency.  But another thing I’ve learned is that it’s not always about what new thing you should do.  Sometimes your emphasis should be on what you need to stop doing. Bad Business…

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Do’s and Don’ts of Crowdfunding for Your Small Business

By Princess Jones It takes capital to start and grow a small business. If you’re rolling in dough, that’s not a problem for you. But if you’re like the rest of us, raising money for your business plans can be a daunting task. If you’ve settled on crowdfunding, you’re off to a good start. But there are still some important do’s and don’ts to consider for your campaign. These crowdfunding tips will help you get closer to success. Do Choose…

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Introducing John Acton: Head of Partners and Alliances

by O2 Business John Acton was recently appointed to head up O2’s Partners and Alliances practice. We caught up with him to learn more about his plans for 2016 and beyond. What does the Partners and Alliances practice mean to O2? At O2, partner involvement has always been a key aspect of our business-to-business strategy and it will become increasingly so as we move into 2016 and towards 2017. With partners, my approach has always been the same; delivering more for less…

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4 Giant Time Sucks That Are Ruining Your Business

When it comes to a productive work day, there are plenty of things that get in the way. The casual, “drop-by” conversations; checking and responding to mountains of email; and, of course, the endless possibilities brought to you by the internet. But those are also all within the eyes, and the control, of the beholder, and often it just takes some simple motivation and self-control to get back on track. But what about those hidden or less obvious time sucking realities that…

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4 Questions to Ask Before Investing

So you’ve been running your ecommerce business out of your guest room or garage for a while, and now you’re considering expanding into commercial real estate.  Maybe you’re bursting at the seams and need more room for your inventory, or maybe your spouse is sick of having to wade through piles of products to get to the bedroom. Either way, it’s time to consider whether commercial real estate is right for your business or not. Here are a few questions to…

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Data Prep for Your W-2s and 1099s

The deadline for furnishing employees and independent contractors with their annual information returns and submit copies to the Social Security Administration (for W-2s) and IRS (for 1099-MISCs) is fast approaching. To complete these tasks, you must get your data ready. Form preparation using an e-file provider such as eFile4biz takes only minutes, but it may take longer to gather the needed information for form completion.  Get started now! Payroll information Your company information required to be reported on Forms W-2 is…

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Tiny device detects if water is safe to drink

ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Life Hacks’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true}); With many countries struggling for access to clean water, Lishtot’s TestDrop Pro could be the answer with portable detection. The tiny device, which resembles a keyring, helps test water it is drunk. In just a few seconds, a user can know if the device finds contaminants like lead, E. coli, and pesticides. Lishtot technology uses electric fields to determine what high-quality water looks like. Contaminants, including bacteria, organics, heavy metals, pesticides, and toxins…

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Go Vertical to Meet Your Net New Customer Goals in 2018

By Lorcan Malone In this overcrowded, ultra-competitive market, you’d think you’d need a megaphone or bulletin-sized billboard to stand out. The truth is, small businesses can skip all those flashy gimmicks – and still enjoy heaps of success – simply by going vertical. Going vertical allows businesses to specialize in a niche market by offering products or services that meet the needs of a specific group or demographic. It’s a powerful strategy for strengthening marketing campaigns, meeting annual sales goals,…

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5 Tips for Growing your Cleaning Business

If you think that delivering quality work will land you a stable place on the market, you’re wrong. Building a reputation and growing your business takes a lot of time and effort. But it’s definitely worth it. Businesses that occupy strong positions in the market can build their client base quickly and gain more resources for growth. Here are 5 ideas to help you grow your cleaning business and spread the word about your excellent services to a broader audience.…

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Transform your SME in 2018 through a sales strategy

This year the government will be publishing a conservative estimate of in the region of 100,000 contracts for businesses UK-wide So how can SMEs turn these 2018 opportunities into a new revenue stream? The founder of online tendering platform, TenderScout, which aims to level the playing field with the big boys when it comes to SMEs and sole traders, said companies need a clear business to government strategy to be able to do this successfully. Tony Corrigan, who created the…

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5 Important Lessons Leaders Can Learn from Bill Gates

Aside from the list of qualities and skills subject to successful leadership, lessons learned from iconic leaders with indelible marks in our society are more inspiring. They help to channel our leadership attitudes into mainstreams of practicality while instating words to recite in our minds as we face diverse leadership commitments. We have become familiar with setting the bar high, having a grand vision, saying what we mean, and leading by example, being competent, and among other qualities as criteria…

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