On social media, knowing when enough is enough is key to not driving away your followers. Certain behaviors, though seemingly harmless, can turn off your audience from you, your company, and your brands.
If there are enough tech geeks on your shopping list this year to fill their own list, check out list of this year's hot tech gadget gifts. It's got everything from printers that fit in your pocket to suitcases that charge your phone.
The owner of nine Papa John's franchises is facing prison time for falsifying employee records to avoid paying workers overtime pay and breaking New York minimum wage laws.
Sustainable Living thrives on getting small businesses to think about their sustainability and act on it. The company also features an eco-friendly marketplace and it's under this week's Small Biz Spotlight.
Your company brand's success hinges on its reputation. Building that reputation online is a great way to boost your brand's standing. Here are some tips on building a good reputation for your brand.
Like Google and Bing before it, Yahoo has debuted new product ads that will be included in Yahoo search results. Here's a guide on how they work and how to get started.
Twitter has eliminated share counts from the site. That means plugin users won't be able to brag about the number of times a particular link has been shared on the social site and the change has caused a commotion.
Google and Twitter have teamed up to help small businesses stand apart from the competition. They're tweeting tips at #SmallBizSquad for small businesses.
Photos are essential to a small business's marketing effort. But getting those photos -- especially good ones -- can be a chore and potentially expensive. Here are tips to ensure you have good photos representing your brand and company.
Tracking time and expenses for a small business used to be a cumbersome mountain of paperwork. These days, it's gotten a lot easier. Here are some of the best time and expense tracking apps available to small businesses now.
The holiday season is a great time for small businesses to boost their annual sales figures by offering deals to shoppers looking for gifts for friends and families. But it's also a great time to target shoppers looking for deals for themselves, too.
One report suggests that a telephone tax scam is afoot. Scammers are calling random individuals using a threatening tone and attempting to get sensitive information from their targets.
Online reviews of products can impact sales drastically but it's important for business owners and consumers to understand some of the motivations behind both positive and negative reviews and what to do about them.
The head of the NFIB says the FCC's new rules on so-called junk faxes are an overreach of regulatory muscle. The rules could create problems for businesses that advertise via fax.