Monthly Archives: November 2015

saving time on social media

26 Tips for Saving Time on Social Media

Social media can be a hugely successful tool for your small business. The trouble is it can also be a time sink. And spending time night and day on your Facebook page and away from other important stuff like running your business is a bad thing.

2015 Holiday Sales

Are Retailers Optimistic About 2015 Holiday Sales?

Are small retailers making merry as the Holiday season approaches. You bet! That's because many are expecting sales this year to outdo last year. But if you hope to make the most of your Holiday sales, here are some things you'll want to think about doing first.

silicon valley venture capital

Go West for Capital Young Man (or Woman)

New startup hubs may be springing up all across the country. But that has done little to dilute the out-sized dominance of Silicon Valley Venture Capital. Check out the numbers and see how, for startups seeking VC fundraising, Silicon Valley may be more important than ever.

the Office Narcissist

Coping with the Office Narcissist

Have you had a run-in with the office narcissist? Whether its a coworker, subordinate or boss, this person is just plain toxic. And you can just forget about any amount of training ever turning him or her around. Sometimes it's necessary to just remove a person from your team and move on.

10 Tips for Standing Out From Competitors in Business

10 Tips for Standing Out From Competitors in Business

There are so many ways to market your small business. It's overwhelming, really. Luckily, other members of the small business community are always ready to help and help they have. Check out their tips in this week's Small Business Community News and Information Roundup.

Tiny House Meets Small Business with This Home Office Twist

Tiny House Meets Small Business with This Home Office Twist

A entrepreneur getting his or her start in a shed in the backyard has a different look these days. In fact, a lot more small businesses are breaking the mold of the old-fashioned backyard shed and using these modern designs as a headquarters.

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