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.

What You Can Learn From the Most Successful Virtual Employers

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How to Use Digital Marketing for Your Business

Nowadays people tend to get increasingly aware of the power that the internet has for improving our lives. Well, one of the most significant ways in which we can use the internet to our advantage is for improving our businesses. There will likely be a lot of people among you that own or are going to own a business – so it’s best to educate yourself on what the power of the internet is. So, if you happen to own…

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Plant Fuels Could Power A Jet Someday

Green is the word for the future, widely chanted at the NASA’s GreenLab Research Facility in Ohio, where a future generation dubbed the “green thinkers” is being modeled. This campaign features over 35 students from around the world studying over 26 species of halophytes to modify Salicornia (microalgae) genetically, enhance their growth using waste from freshwater mollies for a sustainable, alternative and renewable energy expected to drive the world. Since the nineteenth century, the black gold – crude oil has…

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Blue Monday Blues: Using Tech to Alleviate Employee Woes

The dreaded Blue Monday is upon us. Supposedly the most depressing day of the year for workers, Blue Monday typically falls on the third Monday of January. A combination of bleak weather, debt, low motivation, the end of the holiday period and the failure of new year’s resolutions cause this particular Monday to be the most miserable day of the year. Whether or not you agree that there can be a universally depressing day, Blue Monday does draw attention to…

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It’s Beneficial for Both Lenders and Borrowers

Peer-to-peer lending platforms issued nearly $2.4 billion worth of loans in the past year alone. Since their inception in 2005, peer-to-peer installment loans, often referred to as p2p loans, have helped a variety of lenders and borrowers in a number of different ways. However, the key to having success with these types of loans is finding the right platform to use. Further, failing to do an adequate amount of research before either lending or borrowing money for a peer-to-peer platform…

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What the ‘Silence Breakers’ Can Teach Us About Healthy Workplaces

By Sabrina Parsons This year’s ‘Silence Breakers’ phenomenon does much more than shed light on the critical issues of sexual harassment, share of voice, and equality facing women in today’s society. The stories shared of the experiences of women serves to inform the way that various aspects of culture operate — and one arena that deserves our attention is the workplace. But rather than discuss what should now be obvious hurdles: the still-present wage gap, the lack of equal opportunity in…

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What Do Longer Google Snippets Mean for Your Business?

To keep you on your toes, Google recently increased its snippet lengths. Okay, we’re sure that wasn’t the reason behind the lengthened descriptions, but sometimes it can feel like it. It seems like every month new guidelines come out for better search engine optimization and we have to scramble to keep up. This time, we’re talking about meta descriptions. All About Those Meta Descriptions Prior to mid-November, 90% of search snippets were 165 characters or less. This required you to…

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The future of customer experience and how digital transformation is as much a human problem as it is a technology problem

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Today’s interview is with Brian Solis, Principal Analyst and Futurist at Altimeter, a Prophet Company. Prophet is a consultancy that helps clients find better ways to grow by creating relevant brands and customer experiences, driving accelerated growth strategies and leveraging digital as a transformative force. Brian joins me today to talk about the state of customer experience, digital maturity, digital transformation, digital Darwinism and the future of…

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The Definitive Testimonial Template and Step-by-Step Guide

Testimonials have been a cornerstone of marketing since… before it was even called marketing! Having an individual or organisation evangelising about your product or service can be the very thing some customers need in order to convert. Think about how you go about your internet shopping – how often do you head straight for the reviews when eyeing up something completely new? A genuine and well-presented testimonial can be the missing piece of the puzzle when it comes to converting.…

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Five Money Moves for Gig Entrepreneurs

As a freelance writer, I like the independence that comes with gig work. I also like interacting with a variety of clients, setting my own schedule and working from home in jeans and a t-shirt. But I’m not so crazy about the administrative, record keeping and money management tasks that are part of the picture. I’d much rather devote time to the actual work I enjoy doing. Sound familiar? The reality is that any entrepreneur – gig or otherwise –…

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Five ways to work well with family members

For many people, the idea of working with family members has a negative stigma. They imagine scenes of siblings squabbling in meetings and partners bickering at the water cooler. But these needn’t be the case! Alison Dearden, who has worked alongside her parents at Alison Handling for over 25 years, knows just how well it can work: ‘As family businesses like Alison Handling have proven all over the world, running a company with relatives can be one of the most…

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Is it Time to Close the Doors on Your Business?

No one opens a business expecting to fail, but sometimes, despite your best efforts, business isn’t heading in the right direction. Whether you are watching your sales drop, expenses soar, or a combination of the two, you might be wondering if you can turn things around or if you are better off throwing in the towel. Before you decide to pull the plug, review your business and set a list of criteria. Here are tips on deciding if your business…

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How This Husband-Wife Team Earned 130K Flipping Flea Market Finds

This past October I attended FinCon in Dallas, and I had the pleasure of meeting Melissa Stephenson, a full-time mom, and flea market flipper. I’ve always been fascinated with flipping items, in fact, it’s something that I would like to do when my husband and I retire. So I asked Melissa if I could pick her brain and here’s what she had to say about becoming a successful flea market flipper. Tell us about how you got started with buying, selling,…

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CO2 from cars used as ink on public health billboard

ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Eco & Sustainability’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true});ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Marketing & Advertising’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true}); Peru is swiftly on its way to becoming South America’s most polluted country, says the World Health Organization’s Global Urban Air Pollution Database. In recognition of the need for cleaner air, Calidda, a leading natural gas provider, worked with the McCann advertising agency to run a public health campaign called Lima Talks. The campaign transformed the carbon dioxide from passing cars into a…

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Problem employee? How to avoid it becoming an even bigger legal problem

When you own a small business, you handle a lot of things that are both in and out of your wheelhouse. The things that are in your area of expertise are, not surprisingly, usually pretty easy to deal with. You know how to do the thing that you are hired to do or how to sell those products that you normally sell. If you have a marketing background, then creating ad campaigns shouldn’t be all that tough (and, just maybe,…

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