July 2, 2015

Small Business Operations

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National Small Business Week 2015 Highlight Reel

The U.S. Small Business Administration has completed another successful Small Business Week. Check out what happened during a week's worth of events and what's ahead for next year.


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Travel Hacks for Stress Free, Enjoyable Journeys

Travel, whether for business or fun, can be stressful. But, hey, there are tricks to taking the stress and difficulty out of that experience. Check this cool list of tips and hacks and you won't be the same clueless excursionist. You'll be a traveler in charge.


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Myths and Realities About Incorporating for Freelancers

Freelancers are no longer a small solitary breed set apart from the vast majority of American workers. Today, a third of the workforce is made up of these professionals. So what protections to these modern workers need to consider in this new frontier?


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Celebrating National Business Etiquette Week

The Protocol School of Washington is hosting a week's worth of events to celebrate National Business Etiquette Week this year. And the school is sponsoring video contests, too, one with an eye on business etiquette practices in the future.


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9 Common Mistakes That May Kill Your Business Online

If you're running an online business, please check out this list of 9 reasons that could be dragging down your business right now. Hint: If you don't have a mobile website, get one as soon as possible.


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What is a Dedicated Server?

A full-scale primer on the ins and outs of dedicated servers. Learn what they are and if you need one for your small business's website.


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Pets at the Office are the Cat’s Meow for Employee Morale

If you think letting your employees bring fido or fluffy to the office will end in lower productivity and distraction, there is some data out there that may prove you wrong. See the benefits a pet friendly workplace produce.


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Fraudulent DMCA Takedown Requests: Finally, a Lid on Them?

Unscrupulous parties have abused the DMCA copyright law, trying to force removal of legitimate online content by lodging fraudulent DMCA takedown requests. But a recent court case may make people think twice about that practice.