October 30, 2014

Ever Want to Ask My Advice? Here’s Your Chance

Business Advice freeJoin me — and 12 other talented women — for Business Advice Day tomorrow, January 20, 2009. We’ll be offering advice and you don’t have to pay a thing. Just show up at the forum and ask away.

We’ve got dedicated times and topics. My time is 10:30 AM Eastern time (same time as New York). I’ll be talking about business operations and trends. You can ask me anything, including about my own experiences.  But just to get you started, here are some sample questions you might be interested in:

  • What can I do in this economy to keep my business profitable?
  • How are technology and internet trends going to influence my business this year?
  • How can I market my product or service to small business owners?

Or just ask a question of one of the other people there who have agreed to help out.  They include:

Liz Strauss – Building Online Communities

Anita Campbell  – Business Trends and how to take advantage of them

Kelly Phillips Erb – Taxes

Jessica Smith – Building a Personal Brand

Break for Inaugural Celebration

Kelby Carr – Search Engine Optimization

Susan Payton – Press Releases

Char Polanosky – Web Design and Development

Elizabeth Potts Weinstein – Legal & Financial Advice

Kelly McCausey – Podcasting

Lucretia Pruitt – Bloggers Working with Big Brands

Miranda Marquit –  Work at Home Tips & Advice

Barbara Jones – Word of Mouth Marketing

Wendy Piersall  – Blogging and Blog Networks

For full details, go to TotallyHer.com.  Or just go to the forums and join in

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Anita Campbell Anita Campbell is the Founder and Publisher of Small Business Trends and has been following trends in small businesses since 2003. She is the owner of BizSugar, a social media site for small businesses, and also serves as CEO of TweakYourBiz.com.

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  1. Hi Anita,

    I would like to know if it’s possible to legally register a business, provide all government mandated benefits to its employees even if you are a home based business? Is that possible?

    So the situation will now become: A business officially registered, taxes will be paid, employee benefits will be given but the only difference is– you don’t have a physical office because all your staff are home based.

  2. What a great idea…but you forgot one woman who is possibly the nation’s foremost small business expert! Karyn Greenstreet is also nationally known author, lecturer, and small business coach. Her website, passionforbusiness.com, gets almost 1 million hits per month. She might be someone to consider next time around…

  3. Hi Anita,
    My question, after the event now, is about whether you will be posting a link to a podcast or transcript so the slow among your followers can keep up…
    Thanks
    TJ

  4. Anita,

    Have a good one! :) I can’t attend the discussion. I am occupied in the evening (Central European Time). I ask the same question as TJ McCue: Will it be a transcript later on?

  5. Yes, there will be a transcript. But just give me a few days to clean up nearly seven hours of chat logs! :)

    Thanks again for participating Anita – the day was a huge hit!

  6. Anita, what advice would you give to those who are facing financial hurricane which is jolting businesses and people around the world? Many big companies are losing market share to small rivals. So, there are many losers and some winners in the boom and bust cycles. Many people in the business world are concerned about insufficient finance, doom and gloom, ground realities, insolvency and bankruptcy in the turbulent local and global markets. Even top lawyers, accountants, market analysts and auditors are already fired and facing long-term unemployment. There are no short-cuts for sustainable success and prosperity. Businesses need bespoke turnaround survival strategies to reduce losses, improve organic and inorganic efficiency, increase revenue, gain sustainable competitive advantage, improve strategic positions, and outperform market competition. The results add real business values; create new business opportunities and jobs for investors who target niche, captive markets where consumer demand still continues to grow in double-digits annually to 2030. http://www.FixyaExperts.com

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