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.

4 Ways Big Data is Being Used to 10X Email Marketing Results

You know that ever-growing spam folder in Outlook and Gmail? It turns out that a lot of marketing emails survive the spam test and end up in customer’s inboxes. Who knew?!!? We know, thanks to big data. If you thought that email marketing belonged in the same category as sandwich boards and milk carton ads, you couldn’t be more mistaken. Email marketing is more powerful than ever before. Email represents the third most influential information source for reaching business customers…

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7 Marketing Strategies Bloggers Should be Using in 2018

It doesn’t matter what you blog about—you have the capacity to reach a huge audience if you know what you’re doing. Many bloggers begin with a grandiose idea of fame, but they don’t realize the hard work and marketing prowess it takes to get there. Bloggers who get used to growth and success begin with an elegant marketing plan. “Each technique must be evaluated, analyzed, prioritized and then put into action,” says Scott Langdon of the SEO agency Higher Visibility.…

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When Your Business Requires Heavy Machinery or Intricate Designs

Does your company require heavy machinery to do some of its commercial needs, or are there any intricate designs that are part of your product output? If so, you may need to talk to specialists in those fields to get a bulk of your orders completed on time and done to a standard of quality. That means doing some research and homework about who can provide you with those industrial services the most efficiently and on the best budget. Some…

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Should You Invest In Stocks Or Commodities?

Distribution, more commonly referred to as diversification, is a standard investment practice involving choosing investments that aren’t correlated with each other. The goal: by spreading your money out across a range of stocks or multiple different investment forms, you may be able to insulate yourself from excessive risk. As a new investor, though, finding the right combinations can be a real struggle. And the most fundamental choice is between stocks and commodities. Stock Distribution Options If you’re drawn toward stocks…

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The Risks of Being Self-Employed (and How to Mitigate Them)

For many, being self-employed is job security. Not having to rely on anyone else for a paycheck means it’s sometimes a hustle, but the freedom is priceless. Though, being self-employed comes with a unique set of risks. For example, it’s tempting to be casual about where you store your equipment, and who you let into your home. Also, there are laws every self-employed individual must follow to the letter. Ignoring these laws, or being casual about them, is perhaps the…

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How to Say No in the Business World: 4 Tips

No. It’s one of the simplest words in the English language. Two letters, one syllable, incredibly commonplace. In fact, it even transcends language. Whether you’re in the jungles of South America, the city lights of Paris, or the plains of the United States, your audience knows exactly what you mean when you say no. Why, then, is it so difficult to tell someone no – particularly in the business world? Why would we much rather say yes, even when no…

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You Can Never Go Wrong with an Education-related Franchise

If there is one thing in this world that is indispensable, it is education. People will always consider education a treasure. These days, most people even see the value of education beyond a university degree. This is a good business opportunity. Let’s face it. Although running an education-related business is about training people, it is also about money. If you want to harness this opportunity, you might want to consider an education franchise in the UK. There are a lot…

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Don’t be the Doughnut Hole: 5 Steps to Scaling Expertise Based Businesses

“You can’t scale you,” says Nina Kaufman, small business champion, award-winning attorney, podcast host, and trusted thought leader. Knowledge and expertise based businesses are met with unique obstacles when it comes to scalability and sustainability. If you own a business and are the Chief Doer, listen as Nina shares her stories of doughnut holes, whiskey, and scaling. Nina Kaufman: bookworm, 5K race runner, single malt scotch whiskey fan and passionate small business advocate for over 20 years has been named…

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A Restaurant In China Offers An All You Can Eat Deal for only $19

(This post originally appeared on Inc.) Offering free products is a marketing tactic that has been used by businesses big and small ever since there have been businesses big and small. But these tactics certainly have their risks, as the owners of a restaurant in China recently found out. For the equivalent of only 120 yuan ($19) per month, customers at Jiamener restaurant Chengdu, Sichuan province – a city that boasts more than 14 million residents – were able to eat…

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4 Micro-Influencer Outreach Trends for 2018 » Small Business Bonfire

By Michael Quoc Influencer marketing is already in its heyday. Last year, influencer campaigns helped 67 percent of marketing professionals reach targeted audiences. But as more brands adopt and optimize their influencer strategies, the more sophisticated it will become. “Micro-influencer” is the new buzzword this year, and businesses will have to optimize their outreach strategies if they want to stay ahead of the game. Here are the four top micro-influencer outreach trends that brands are following for success in 2018.…

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Why Your Business Can’t Survive without an ERP System

By Simoni Shah Is your business suffering from lack of communication between different departments? Are the manual processes for documentation, record keeping, inventory tracking causing a headache? Are you willing to know what your consumers are looking for? There is competition everywhere; for organizations to survive this race they need to have some really robust system to battle against their competitors. Implementing an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution will be an answer to all your questions. ERP can be definitely…

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Growth & Success Con Gives Insights for the Entrepreneur’s Journey

If you want some sage advice from seasoned entrepreneurs and thought leaders, Growth & Success Con 2018 is the place to get it. The virtual conference for small businesses is taking place September 17 -18, 2018 online. These experts will share creative ideas and workable business solutions with actionable insights to help your business grow and move forward. They will offer advice on how to build your brand, manage and overcome fear, develop a mindset for growth and success, increase…

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10 Tips to Ensure Your Small Business Website Delivers Results

  Creating a website is one of the most important things you’ll do when getting your business up and running. It can help you market your offerings, communicate with customers and complete sales. So you need to be very intentional about how you create it and then constantly work to improve it going forward. Here are some tips from members of the online small business community to help you create the best possible website for your business. Include These Critical…

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6 Crucial Startup Tips You Need to Know

Posted by John Rampton on Jun 23, 2018 When it comes to startup advice you can never get enough. Starting a business is one of the toughest undertakings you can pursue in life. Statistically you’re bound to fail and those who succeed take years to reap the rewards. So if you’re ready to take on the challenge it’s time to get informed.   Here are six crucial startup tips you need to know before starting your business. Choose the right business If…

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Questions to Ask Before You Get an Office Dog » Small Business Bonfire

By Princess Jones Adding an office dog to your business gives off a laid-back, family vibe. But there’s more to making the decision than picking out the cutest pup in the litter. You’ve got to answer some basic questions about how an office dog will affect your business. How Will People React? Before you decide to bring in a company dog, just remember that your business depends on the people who work for it and who buy from it. You…

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6 Ways to Help You Hire the Best Employees—and Prevent Turnover

When you start your business, you might be going at things alone while dealing with everything that’s involved in launching a new business or startup. There’s so much to do, whether it’s small like finding the right credit card for your business, or bigger like budgeting your overhead costs. But once you’ve started making a profit, it’s time to think about giving yourself a new role and finding more people to help you out with every task you’ve been trying to…

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