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.

The Economics of Plant-based Meat

The plant-based meat is everything you’d expect it to be: juicy, tender, chewy, and sumptuously fatty. Unlike every other burger you’ve eaten, this one is 100 percent meat-free. And it does a shockingly good job at convincing the brain that what you’ve bitten into is, in fact, real meat. In the last couple of years, we’ve seen a fairly good number of lab-grown meat businesses thriving in the market. One is the Impossible Burger, which was developed in a lab…

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SEO tekstai – svarbi internetinės svetainės optimizacijos dalis Neatskiriama SEO paslaugos dalis – tinkamai ir profesionaliai parengti SEO tekstai, kurie Jūsų internetinėje svetainėje turi būti nuolat atnaujinami. Tik reguliariai atnaujindami savo internetinės svetainės tekstų turinį, paieškos sistemose pasieksite aukštesnius reitingus. Kas yra SEO tekstas? Dažnai SEO paslaugas teikiančios įmonės kartu siūlo ir SEO tekstus – specifinius, parengtus pagal konkrečią temą ir akcentuojančius reikiamus raktažodžius tekstus, pasižyminčius unikaliu turiniu ir sandara. Kokios pagrindinės SEO teksto savybės? Labai svarbu, kad SEO tekstas…

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How This Mom Made the Jump From Blogger to Branding Consultant

Martine De Luna was the Author and Editor of the popular blogs Dainty Mom and later on Make it Blissful, where she was known as a home and parenting blogger and influencer. In her time as the Editor of Make it Blissful, she learned many strategies and ideas that were helpful and important to people who were looking to build an online brand. But she reached a point where she wanted to “take a back seat” in the world of influencer marketing, and so in the…

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Marketing Doesn’t Have to Be Sleazy: 5 Real-World Examples

In my youth, a former co-worker once told me, “I’d never date anyone who works in marketing.” When I inquired about his reasoning, he replied: “It’s just so sleazy. Choosing that line of work says a lot about a person.” Since I was young and impressionable, that sentiment stayed with me. So I was naturally conflicted years later when I wanted to make a living as a writer and discovered copywriting and content marketing. At that time, I had two…

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Indoor farm grows produce in outer space

ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Eco & Sustainability’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true});ga(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘Farming’, ‘article’, ‘article-industry-impression’, {nonInteraction: true}); Most people take the ability of walking to the supermarket to buy food for granted, but that simply isn’t a possibility for many who are based – quite literally – in the middle of outer space. Engineers at the German Aerospace Center (GAC) saw this gap in the market and created the EDEN ISS project, which aims to advance controlled environment agriculture technologies beyond the…

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How a Payment Gateway Can Simplify Your Ecommerce WebsiteSmall Biz Daily

Sponsored by Total Merchant Services By Rieva Lesonsky Is paying for purchases on your ecommerce site as simple as it should be — both for you and your customers? If not, a payment gateway might be just the solution you need. Here’s a closer look at what payment gateways are, what benefits they can offer your ecommerce business and how to choose the right one for you. Make the Connection Think of a payment gateway as a hub connecting all…

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Why Two Leading Small Business Advocacy Groups Differ on the House Republican Tax Plan

In their initial public responses to the House Republican tax overhaul plan released last Thursday (Nov. 1, 2017), two major small business advocacy groups issued very different responses. The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) clearly opposed a specific part of the proposal and immediately issued this statement from its President and CEO Juanita Duggan: “The National Federation of Independent Business is unable to support the House tax reform plan in its current form. This bill leaves too many small businesses behind. We…

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Like a home office, but with wheels

Tiny houses took upscale small homes to new places. Where will upscale small offices take you? Photo provided by Brian Mininger   As homes have gotten smaller and sprouted wheels in the tiny house movement, what of the home office? When does it get its wheels? Bear Creek is offering a few design choices as well as custom options. Photo provided by Brian Mininger A couple of years ago, a European company started creating and renting out “wilderness offices” in…

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California’s New Parent Leave Act Could Cause Big Headache for Small Businesses

The New Parent Leave Act (SB 63) just signed into law in California has the potential to cause big headaches for small businesses, not just in the Golden State but nationwide. It’s a big deal because businesses with 20-49 employees will now need to provide up to 12 weeks of unpaid parental leave. It has the potential to create havoc with small businesses that had flown under the radar of previous similar California laws making similar requirements for larger companies.…

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7 Ways to Make a Holiday Sale Actually Work

The holiday shopping season traditionally kicks off with Black Friday, the annual shopping holiday the day after Thanksgiving that brings retailers “into the black” for the year, indicating a profitable period. But Black Friday alone is rarely enough to compete and make a profit in today’s market. Instead, many business owners run holiday sales to boost business during the busiest time of the year. 1. Start With the Math In business, there is a concept of selling some products at…

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Retirement Spending and Joint Life Expectancy: Some Awkward Truths

Last summer, vacationing in the San Juan Islands, I read the hauntingly beautiful book, The Curve of Time. Written by M. Wylie Blanchet, the book tells the story of a young widow spending summers sailing the waters around Vancouver Island with her children in the 1930s and 1940s. I didn’t at first see the connection between the book and retirement spending by married couples and surviving spouses. But now I do. And the connection seems worthy of a short blog…

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Do You Have the Tools to Market Your Business Effectively?

Let’s be honest. Would it be practical for you to hire a marketing firm to take care of this? At some point, maybe you’ll need one, and if you can afford it – job well done. But many entrepreneurs starting out don’t know that there are a range of tools out there that can help them get to that level. Here are a few features you should look for when choosing online marketing tools. 1. Tracking :  You want to…

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Start Your Own Business Fearlessly Today

Don’t let starting your own business from scratch and building it into a success story scare you. The move to entrepreneurship can be overwhelming especially if you’re starting a business for the first time. Yet, you need to start somewhere. Face the Fear A first time entrepreneur or not, starting a business always makes butterflies fly in the stomach. Many people have taken their ideas to their graves due to their fear of failure. Remember, overcoming the fear to start…

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How Social Influencers Can Help Startups

A startup can be as big or as small as it gets, but it can always do with a little help. From budgeting for advertising and marketing, to sourcing warehouse space, every single amount needs to be thought of carefully and spent judiciously. If help can come from some quarter, then a startup would be wise to take it. For a startup, the social influencer holds tremendous advantage. Here’s how. 1. Internet space. The internet is a wonderful space for…

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Apply These 7 Techniques to Improve the Loading Speed of Your Small Business Website

Web users, today, have become increasingly intolerant of slow loading websites. Even Google has shown its intention to reward sites with faster loading speeds compared to the ones without. So if you really want to stay ahead of the curve, you need to take advantage of both the situations highlighted above. Maybe, this article can help. How Fast is Fast Enough? There’s a free online tool called WhichLoadsFaster that you can use to compare your site speed with all major…

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OPINION: How Chatbots Are Being Built Incorrectly By Businesses Today

The following is a guest contributed post from James Ramey, CEO of DeviceBits. Chatbots have been making a stronger appearance in more businesses today. If we go back a few years at the available technology we had, the idea of chatbots would have people wondering what exactly they were and how it can help their brand experience. Now, chatbots have begun to surround our everyday lives with daily used products to help people grab their modern cab (Uber), or send…

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