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By Andrew Gazdecki
You shouldn’t forget to market your amazing small business experience to the outside world. It’s possible to get media coverage if you do these things consistently.
By Stephanie Vozza
When it comes to getting things done, sometimes the simple productivity methods are the best. Before you write your next to-do list, make sure you aren’t making these seven common mistakes.
By Erika Montgomery
Email marketing is one of the best ways to build brand awareness easily and on the cheap. Here are a few tips on how to boost your brand’s visibility through email marketing.
By Elaine Pofeldt
Raising your prices takes courage, but it’s often the only way to grow revenue when you’re a freelancer, solopreneur, or running a small service business. Here are five steps to guide you through the process - without losing your clients.
Two food trucks go head-to-head on everything from burgers to business acumen in this all-new episode.
By Carey Wodehouse
Keeping track of your day-to-day financials is crucial, which is why hiring a good bookkeeper can quickly pay for themselves in their ability to help protect you. But what’s the ROI of hiring a bookkeeper, and how much will it cost?
By Analisa Sande
As with any start-up, an e-commerce venture must be approached in a systematic and prepared manner. Get off on the right foot and you’ll find it easier to grow.
By Angela Hausman and PhD
It’s no secret that loyal customers who identify with their favorite brands are also their most trusted brand advocates. Personal branding for an e-commerce business is essential for standing out in a crowded market.
By Serenity Gibbons
Most businesses don’t have steady revenue all year round. But for all your business cash flow problems, there’s a possible solution.
By Pat Mertz Esswein, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, and Associate Editor
Alan "Bubba" White, former police officer and co-owner/vice president of Cops & Doughnuts, explains why and how he and eight other members of the local police department saved the historic business from closing.