Shawn Thomas talks about selling his company for multiple millions of dollars, becoming an angel investor in startups, and how he's sharing his business experience with others.
Monthly Archives: January 2016
If you want to avoid ever having a court stenographer repeat back what turned out to be an embarrassing tweet you once sent from your business or personal account, it's best to be mindful before hitting the Send button.
5miles is a mobile marketplace that may be out to compete with the likes of Wallapop and even Craigslist in the online classifieds marketplace.
"Small Data" explores the idea that even the tiniest bit of knowledge about customers could provide much larger insights on larger trends.
Infusionsoft's ICON conference is in its 10th year. ICON 16 is just over a month away and there's still time to get registered to join other small business owners for the conference. Check out this and other leading small business events and contents in this week's Small Business Trends Events Calendar.
Your small business website is the online face of your business. But what do you put on your site. Members of the small business community, this week, shared some helpful tips on building a better business website.
An Instagram promotion coordinated by the National Retail Federation is giving all retail businesses an opportunity to be showcased on the social media site. Simply apply #thisisretail to any Instagram post from your small retail business to get some added exposure.
What are the factors that make the most influential people in business that way? This book attempts to break it down for readers.
Trying to attract more attention and traffic to your small business's website? A new study from Backlinko provides some insight on what factors cause your site to be ranked higher on search engines.
Small businesses that focus on making and selling handmade goods are on the rise and so are the services and products geared specifically toward them. Read about these updates and more in this week's Small Business News and Information Roundup.
Eat USA is looking to get back into the swing of things via a crowdfunding campaign. The company lost its entire inventory following the terrorist attacks of 2001 in New York.
Only 1 out of 5 small businesses claim to have fully recovered from the Great Recession. Here are 6 ways to meet this year head-on to become the next business to recover.