Does you product or service have an end game? Like dating sites similar to Tinder, the actual goal -- in some way -- is to lose customers after you've gained them. So how does your business extend the life of its product like Tinder has done with its new Tinder Social feature?
Twitter's giving everyone a chance to get a Verified Account on the social media site, an icon once reserved for the who's who of the site. Now you may be one of the whos, too. Check out this and other developments in this week's small business news and information roundup.
Do you take a lunch break every day? Or are you afraid to lose valuable time? Taking breaks is important and can actually boost productivity. So why does lunch sometimes feel like a luxury?
Jason Mann of SAS speaks about the current and future state of the Internet of Things and its impact on small business.
Worried people may not believe it's the real you on Twitter? The open door on the Verified Account status applications could help authenticate you as you.
A retail process that's at least in some part automated could help earn you more money, retain customers, and keep you organized.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to win back some of the organic reach your Facebook posts have lost since big changes to the Facebook algorithm. Of course, it won't be easy. Fortunately, there are some tips to follow.