Some say that local news is a dying field. But for Josh Popichak, Publisher of Saucon Source in Saucon Valley, PA, it’s really just getting started.
Monthly Archives: November 2015
"From E-Commerce to Web 3.0: Entrepreneur Journeys" is a look at the rise of the million-dollar Internet business from the perspective of the owners who built it from their garages, their homes, and their coffee tables.
A new service from Point Inside called "StoreBoost" allows merchants with mobile apps to have search terms auto-completed and brands can advertise through the app to get their products to the top of a search list.
Mobile phone maker LG has announced that it's the latest in its field to offer its own mobile payment platform with LG Pay. The company joins others already in the marketplace, including Apple and Samsung.
When small business owners surround themselves with enough good people to keep the company moving forward, it should allow time for the boss to get some much-needed time away from it all.
Using these creative ideas for ways to say thank you will really show your appreciation to those who deserve it, and help them to remember you for a long time to come.
Are you finding it challenging to get customers into your store, not to mention keep them there? These creative retail ideas will boost customer experience - and sales.
Want to know what YOU can do to support small business? Shop small and dine small. There's a good chance that everyone knows at least one small business ... and probably a lot more. Here are dozens of things to do on Small Business Saturday to show your support.
Pinterest is well-known as a tool for online marketers, in no small part because of the amount of retail traffic the site has been found to refer. But what if you knew the most popular products pinned on the site as well?
Can the serene Dojo device keep your networks safe from a cyber attack? The pebble-looking device is purportedly able to control security and privacy permissions for all connected devices in an office or home.
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.