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.

One in three UK employees think about quitting on a regular basis

Employees are facing considerable mental health challenges Research from CABA suggests that employee mental health is under threat, with more than one in three employees  (36 per cent) confessing they think about quitting their position on a regular basis. The study reveals that 13 per cent of employees are resorting to pulling a sickie to cope with stress, with the same (13 per cent) admitting to feeling stressed at least once a day. According to the research, employers overwhelmingly agree…

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Customer experience for small business owners

People interact with your brand in a variety of ways. They may discover your website when performing a search online. Your listing may appear when a mobile searcher is looking for a nearby business like yours. Then there are interactions that take place inside your store or over the phone. When starting a business or evaluating the one you have, how do you make sure each one of these interactions align with your customer experience strategy? What is Customer Experience?…

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Do I Need a Business License for Remote Employees? – Small Business Trends

Your small business is growing nicely, taking on more and more clients and gradually increasing revenue and profits. In order to sufficiently cater for its growth and additional workload, you’re contemplating taking on remote workers. By recruiting remote employees, you’ll benefit from having access to a wider pool of talent without geographical restraints, and from a number of cost savings, such as no additional office space to pay for. However, despite the many benefits taking on remote employees brings, it…

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Time Flies When You’re Not Blogging

So I was looking over my last few posts (as I’d realized I haven’t blogged in a while), and I was surprised to find that in the last three months, I’d only blogged four times. Just once a month, if you ignore the first of these four posts which was an update post, versus a topical one. At first, I won’t lie – I kinda panicked. Given (up until the last year, anyhoo) I’d been a prolific blogger, often publishing…

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How Do You Pay an Early Stage Board?

Give one percent equity to each outside board member vesting over four years of service. Many early stage CEOs and board members have asked for some guidance regarding pay and time commitments for board members. Here is my best advice, based upon many boards and many years. Pay early stage board members of companies that are not lifestyle businesses one percent of the fully diluted equity in the form of an option that vests over four years of service. You…

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Keeping Cybersafe, Is Now the Time to Sell Your Business?, Creating AdsSmall Biz Daily

14 Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know   By Rieva Lesonsky 1—Are You Stuck in a Rut? It’s so easy for small business owners to get stuck. But all too often we’re not even aware we’re stuck. Here are 11 signs you’re stuck in a rut and tips for (as my friend Barry Moltz says) getting unstuck from NetCredit.   2—Are SMBs Still Optimistic? While SMB CEO optimism declined slightly from its decade-high at the end of 2017, according to the…

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Create Your Online Course Content: Phase 3

In my previous article on creating an online course (Phase 2), you learned about building the conceptual design and learning path for your course. Your design ideas inform you about the: level of prior knowledge your students should have content you should create activities that help with learning exact outline of a course technologies you might select look and feel of your course PHASE 2 CHALLENGE: You were given tips on how to overcome these lofty tasks: Design a learning…

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Service Companies Bolster Small Business Job Totals, ADP Reports

The March ADP (NASDAQ:ADP) Small Business Report revealed the service-providing sector was greatly responsible for the 47,000 jobs small businesses created in March. Although the number for small businesses came in 19,000 lower than February. Still, overall the national employment numbers were higher at 241,000, compared to 235,000 last month. March 2018 ADP Small Business Report There are fluctuations in the different segments of the employment report, but the economy has been generating well over 200,000 jobs for the past four…

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5 ways to improve your small business cash flow

Your business achieves positive cash flow when the inflow of cash is higher than the outflow. While that increase in funds does not equate to profitability, establishing positive cash flow is crucial for the survival of your business. “Positive cash flow is the lifeblood of any successful business. It starts with profitability: If you don’t have that positive cash flow, you will not achieve longevity,” says Vince Zamora, Financial Analyst at Deluxe Corp. Here are Zamora’s top tips for improving…

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Hiring Contract vs. Full-Time Workers: What’s More Cost Effective?

Putting together the right team for your growing small business can be a daunting task—it involves trust, time, and intuition. If you’ve been considering the possibility of using contract vs. full-time workers to take on some of your projects, the decision might be lucrative—but you’ll have to figure out if it’ll actually save you any money in the long run. Independent contractors—often called “1099 employees”—are treated differently in terms of tax laws vs. W2 employees, and, in turn, will hit…

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Small Business Advertising Guide: How to Advertise a Small Business

Advertising is a proven way to market your small business and gain customers and revenue. But there are so many ways to advertise a small business, it can be confusing and overwhelming.  To get the best return on your advertising spend, we compiled the insights and advice from a number of sources — from experts to small business owners, along with our Editors’ guidance. In this Small Business Advertising Guide, we walk you through how to advertise your business, including…

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VR tool shows paediatric patients a 3D tour of their body

Add / Remove Virtual Reality tools are innovating the medical industry in many ways, helping both patients and professionals. For example, researchers in the UK are combining VR with brain scans to help people with autism. Another example is researchers from the US and Spain using VR to aid stroke victims with their recovery. Now, a new tool from Canada uses VR to show children the insides of their bodies. Through this visual tour, HealthVoyager aims to put paediatric patients…

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22 Things All Startup CEOs Need to do Before Launch (Infographic)

We’re all full of great ideas that could potentially lead to the foundation of a successful company. Getting that idea off the ground successfully is the real challenge. There are so many big and minor details you need to know to take an idea from concept to eventual launch. If you’ve ever considered owning your own startup, here are the things you absolutely need to know before launch day. photo credit: Chase Elliott Clark / Flickr Research for the right…

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8 Big Startup Myths That Hold Entrepreneurs Back From Success

You don’t have to look far to find evidence that we’re in another prolonged startup boom. Data from 2016 showed the percentage of job seekers starting their own business was the highest it had been in four years. This trend continued in 2017, and all signs suggest that 2018 will have similar startup growth. This is good news. The growth of entrepreneurship is a sign the economy is doing well. But the more new businesses there are, the more old,…

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6 Personalization Strategies to Supercharge Your Marketing

“Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.” – Dale Carnegie That truth is a cornerstone of Dale Carnegie’s timeless advice in his perennially bestselling book, How to Win Friends and Influence People. It is just as true – and important – today as when Carnegie wrote it back in 1936. It’s evidence of how critical personalization is when you are trying to establish and grow a relationship with an individual.…

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Being In The Physical, and Turning Memories Into Moments

This week, I returned from a two week trip back to my birth country of Scotland. I took the trip with my good friend, Sam Fiorella, who had wanted to do this trip for a few years (he was meant to do it two years ago for his 50th birthday). Given my own 50th is fast approaching this October, I revisited the idea with him, and we took off on an adventure of whisky tasting, scenic views, a trip to…

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