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.

CPD Needs an Internal Component Too

Monthly Theme • December 10th, 2013 CPD Needs an Internal Component Too by Steve Matthews • • Join the discussion! Most lawyers are used to getting their CLE/CPD credits from external organizations. But have you considered the role your law firm plays in transferring knowledge from one lawyer to the next? This is Small Firm Innovation, of course, and most readers will be lucky to have more than a handful of lawyers within their own firm. Even under these conditions,…

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Delivering a great customer experience is not really a technology challenge any more

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Today’s interview is with Mark Smith, President of Kitewheel, which is the world’s only cloud-based Customer Journey Hub designed for innovative agencies and brands looking to move in step with the modern digital consumer. Mark joins me today to talk about the state of the customer journey, the rising amount of attention being placed on retention and what we can learn from a recent piece of research…

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Wait, do I even have a brand name?

We’re back this week sharing another lesson from Brand Boss that answers a frequently asked question. Your brand is a beautiful, vulnerable thing. All of the (well-spent) time and money that you’ve poured into building up your brand and all of its parts (including, at a minimum, your business name, logo and slogan) could be meaningless unless you protect it. And the way to do so? With a good ‘ol trademark of course. But before you can even begin the…

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10 Twitter Accounts for Late-Blooming Entrepreneurs to Follow

If you’re looking for inspiration, tips or ideas for your next act as a 40-or-older business owner, here are some Twitter accounts to follow: 1) Angela Raspass (@AngelaRaspass) – Helping women 40+ create, launch and expand into Your Next Chapter Business with clarity and confidence. 2) BoomerCafe (@BoomerCafe) – An online magazine for baby boomers with active lifestyles and youthful spirits. 3) Boomers in Business 2.0 (@SmBizBoomers) – Goes by this motto:  “You’ve got The Time. The Wisdom. The Experience. …

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Great Occasions to Give Away Unique Promotional Products

To be effective in utilizing unique promotional products, you have to give them at the right moment. If you think about it, marketing is chiefly about proper timing. So, really, it is best if you give corporate gifts at the right time. Here are some perfect occasions to give your corporate giveaways: New Products—if your company just came up with new items, it is marvelous to market that item through promotional items. What you can do is to convert a logo…

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Ransomware mustn’t be allowed to strangle SMEs

Small businesses are under threat from a persistent menace in the form of ransomware. The ransomware threat is so prevalent it was recently added to Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary. Its ability to creep through the business ecosystem and quickly strangle productivity is causing huge issues for the very enterprises many rely on to put dinner on their table. Of course, ransomware is a tricky beast, but much of the problem seems to lie with SMEs themselves: a lack of education, knowledge…

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Business in 2018 and beyond

  “We’re in a remarkable moment in history – where all the rules for success and failure are about to change.” – Dr Graeme Codrington   As an author, presenter and board advisor Dr Graeme Codrington is an expert on the future world of work and the disruptive forces that are shaping it. He joined O2’s Blue Door event at the Lord’s Cricket Ground in London on October 9, to facilitate a roundtable of business leaders and influencers and lead…

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Tin Whistle Brings Locals Together for Irish Jigs & Fare

Kabbage spoke with Kabbage customer Jacie Dunkle, owner of Tin Whistle Irish Pub. Dunkle and her team bring Irish culture to life for her guests and love doing so. Along with Tin Whistle, Dunkle owns two other restaurants in the Charlottesville area as well – Fellini’s #9 and Salad Maker. To keep up with Tin Whistle, follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! Imagine entering a room and feeling as if you’ve stepped into another country. Lively Celtic music playing…

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5 Ways a Web Host Can Affect Your SEO

SEO requires a lot of hard work and effort. And the devil really is in the details. Rand Fishkin may have said it best. “It’s not the secrecy of the algorithm, it’s the challenge of execution that makes SEO (and all of marketing) hard.” Writing the longest article on a topic or tagging keywords isn’t enough. If you want home-run results, you have to put in the work. But this article is about one specific aspect of SEO. One that is…

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How to Run a Successful Giveaway on Social Media

Social media can greatly increase your small business’s presence in the marketplace if you know how to rock it. One of the best ways to reach more consumers without paying for ads is by running a giveaway on your social channels. There are three types of giveaways you can use on social media. The first […] The post How to Run a Successful Giveaway on Social Media appeared first on Mycorporation Blog. Source link

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Making it in the independent coffee shop industry

Small Business Spotlight on Jill Killen, independent coffee shop owner Fifteen years ago, Jill Killen opened Cloud City Coffee, an independent coffee shop in the Maple Leaf neighborhood of Seattle. At the time, she wasn’t thinking much about craft coffee or coffee culture. She lived in the neighborhood and was motivated to create a space for community gathering. It was a bold choice—opening a coffee shop in the shadow of Starbucks in a city with one Starbucks for every 4,000…

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Business Tip Series: 3 Secrets on Saving on Credit Card Fees (Part 3)

October 1, 2017/ Larry Donahue / Business Tips / 0 comments Introduction: At L4SB, we’re blessed to have many great clients in many industries. Some of our clients serve the business-to-business market, just as L4SB does. When appropriate, we may permit a client to publish a blog article, if we feel the information is relevant and helpful to our website audience and clients. The following article was produced by Electronic Money Company, a L4SB client. L4SB asked Electronic Money Company…

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How to Take Your Business to the Next Level without Completely Imploding

At some point, you are going to notice that your business has leveled out. While that is not necessarily a bad thing, it can be a bit disappointing. Like, “Is this it?” Some business owners make the mistake of thinking that when they hit that barrier, they simply have to push harder to break through. That is not however, what is actually happening. When sales and costs have leveled out, and any increase in work you do leads to no…

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Tesla layoff makes hundreds of employees jobless overnight

In this day and age, it is believed that each company has to keep up with the advancements in technology to ensure progress. Due to the increasing importance of technology, we often fail to notice that the employees are a crucial part of the company. In the case of Tesla, auto enthusiasts from all over the world are always praising its technology. The reason behind its immense popularity is its expertise in the field of electric vehicles.  The automaker has…

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Tax Developments for Farmers – Barbara Weltman

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, there are over 2 million farms in the U.S. The vast majority are small farms, which means they’re small businesses. The tax law has certain special rules for farmers and there have been several recent developments of interest to those engaged in this industry. For small business owners like me who are not engaged in farming, these developments help us understand some of the special challenges that farmers face. Drought-stricken relief When farmers…

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Wellness and Working from Home

What is Wellness? : Wellness is currently one of those buzz words we are all using but what exactly is it? Wellness is a holistic approach to living an healthy lifestyle based on 8 dimensions of wellness; social, physical, intellectual, occupational, emotional, financial, spiritual and environmental.  I’m just going to look at one aspect today taking time out for yourself refreshing and maintaining your emotional wellbeing. We are very good at neglecting ourselves and not seeing the value of taking…

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