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.

Sony to launch an AI-powered taxi hailing system in Japan

Sony Corporation is preparing to launch an AI-powered ride-hailing system in Japan. The move, which was announced on February 20 will involve six Japanese taxi companies and provide a more robust taxi service using artificial intelligence. It’s only three weeks ago that the Japan-based company revealed its new CEO, Kenichiro Yoshida. And expectations are high on the new fate of Sony; if some of its divisions would be offloaded to engineer focus on the viable market for the Electronics Company…

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How to Choose between Safe Deposit Box and Home Safe to Protect Valuables

You are looking at this article because you have precious and expensive valuables you wish to protect. Whether they are heirlooms that have been passed down to you or a rare collection of gold items, opting for a safe deposit box is the way forward. There are several reasons why it’s safer and more cost effective to hold your precious items at the deposit box rather than at your home. You even have other secure options open to you such…

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Microsoft is Giving Away Free Cloud Storage…And Other Small Business Tech News This Week

(This post originally appeared on Forbes) Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them? 1 — Microsoft is giving away cloud storage to lure users away from Box, Dropbox and Google In an effort to attract users of cloud services from Box, Dropbox, and Alphabet’s Google Drive, Microsoft is now giving them its competitive product for free. This week, the company said users of those 3 file sync…

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5 Things I Stole From My Mastermind For You

by Ken Davenport, Broadway producer I’m going to tell you a little secret. I can’t do everything I do myself. First and foremost, I lean on my crackerjack staff to help me get through the day to day and keep everything we do optimized and efficient. But there’s another group of folks I rely on who you’ve never met, and probably never will. That’s because they don’t work on Broadway. They don’t even work near Broadway. Literally and figuratively! They…

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App informs customers of restaurant noise levels

ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Food & Beverage’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true});ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Health & Wellbeing’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true});ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Life Hacks’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true});ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Lifestyle & Leisure’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true}); There are a great number of apps that allow customers to review restaurants and cafes in different ways. For example, an app that provides wine recommendations and reviews when users scan bottle labels or wine lists. Another is an application which allows users to create videos of their dining…

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5 Ways to Keep Your Ad Campaigns Safe From Click Fraud

The power and customizability of pay-per-click (PPC) campaigns make it a crucial element of digital marketing, across markets and industries. PPC is, overall, an extremely effective channel for raising brand awareness, customer acquisition, and lead capture. And with smart use of sophisticated targeting parameters on search, display network, and social PPC platforms, this form of advertising is all the more effective. However, there’s one factor that causes digital marketers a lot of trouble with their PPC campaigns: the prevalence of…

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3 Tips to Ensure Your Ecommerce Landing Pages Are Optimized

Ecommerce sites are more than just the usual website with a homepage, about page, services page and contact page. They’re usually made up of a larger number of pages under multiple categories. On top of everything else, each of these pages and their parent categories have to be optimized for the web. Therefore, categories or category pages have also become super important for ecommerce sites. When potential customers visit your website, they’re not always sure about which specific product to…

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3 Fatal Conference Booth Mistakes that Small Business Owners Make – and How to Avoid Them

There are plenty of good reasons why small business owners should consider presenting at — rather than just attending — conferences. For one, it’s an opportunity to showcase their products and services to a high volume of prospective customers and to attract interest from potential suppliers, vendors, influencers, and other strategic partners. However, some small business owners fail to achieve significant — or in some cases any — return on investment from their conference-booth spend. And while each story has…

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It’s Tax Season: Here are 10 Things the IRS Wants Every Taxpayer to Know | 2018

The IRS is now accepting tax returns as the annual tax filing season is underway. It expects taxpayers to file more than 155 million returns this year. Here are ten things the IRS wants taxpayers to consider as they are filing their tax returns (or getting help from your trusted tax advisor) this year. People have until Tuesday, April 17, 2018, to file their 2017 returns and pay any taxes due. Choosing e-file and direct deposit is the fastest and safest way to file an…

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Bad management potentially holding back UK productivity

Bad management is the biggest drain on productivity in the workplace, according to a new study from ADP, which surveyed 1,300 employees across the UK. The study reveals that a third of workers (32 per cent) regularly struggle to be productive in their job, with one in six (16 per cent) respondents blaming their manager – ahead of inefficient systems and processes (15 per cent) and staff shortages (13 per cent). The UK has been grappling with low productivity levels…

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Speed up Construction Industry Scheme management with Xero

If you’re in the UK construction industry or an accountant with construction clients, then we’ve got some good news for you. You’ll no doubt know all about the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), which mandates a set of rules for payments made by contractors and subcontractors. There are a number of tasks and calculations mandated, involving every single invoice or bill you send, providing subcontractors with accurate statements and filing monthly returns to HMRC. With all of this to do, how…

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Here’s What You Need to Know Before Applying for a Business Credit Card

Congrats! You’ve decided to invest in your business by getting access to some capital. Perhaps that decision includes opening a new line of credit with a business credit card. Before you hit “submit” on that application, however, some questions may affect you. Will you be eligible for the best interest rates? Are you choosing a card that’s right for the kind of business you’re running? Read on to see the must-read facts regarding your business and getting access to that dream…

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First Look: Vibes Names New Chief Technology Officer

Vibes, a leading mobile engagement platform for enterprises, has announced the appointment of Brian Garofola as the company’s chief technology officer. In this role, Garofola will oversee the evolution of the Vibes Mobile Engagement Platform and guide the development of new enterprise-grade mobile push, messaging and wallet solutions. Brands like Chipotle, Redbox, The Home Depot, and PetSmart currently use Vibes’ solutions to drive more consumer engagement, encourage in-store device use, and increase conversations. “Brian joins our team at a pivotal…

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10 Essential Tools That Will Help Grow Your Marketing Agency

Image courtesy of Trello Man is a tool-using animal. Without tools he is nothing, with tools he is all. – Thomas Carlyle How did the human race become the dominant species on Earth? Is it our keen fashion sense? Our obsession with reality tv? Or maybe even our tendency to claim countries with flags? No, it was our ability to use tools. And, not just any tools, but the right tools for the right jobs. Our intellect allowed us…

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How to Compete as a Brick and Mortar Business in the Age of Amazon – Small Business Trends

There’s no denying that Amazon is ruling the roost right now in the retail sector. However, just because the ecommerce giant owns the lion’s share of the market, doesn’t mean brick and mortar is obsolete. For proactive retailers, there are plenty of ways to stay relevant. Amazon Isn’t Going Anywhere In June 2006, Standard & Poor launched the S&P Retail Sector ETF, using the ticker symbol XRT. This ETF is used as a sort of barometer for tracking and gauging…

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How to Increase Sales by Working with Micro-Influencers

By Olivia Ryan Every company’s main goal is to sell its products. For the sale to occur, there are a lot of processes that need to happen. One of the most important processes, the one that takes place right before the sale occurs, is the marketing process. During this process, the company uses various methods of reaching new and already existing customers. One of the most important trends in the marketing industry is the micro-influencer marketing strategy. By now, you…

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