Members of our small business community this week shared some great advice on some important steps you can take now to help build your business.
Monthly Archives: February 2016
Small businesses could be letting a lot of business slip away because their online payment forms are confusing, too long, or too intrusive. Cart abandonment can be prevented, though. And Vebology has compiled a list of tips to improve your ecommerce checkout experience.
Author Fauzia Burke discusses the rising trend of eBooks and, more importantly, talks to authors of those books about marketing their work.
New small business web routers from Cisco feature what the company terms web filtering. This prevents anyone connecting to the router from accessing questionable and potentially nefarious data or websites that could threaten the security of your company's network.
Google has removed the ads on the right side of its search pages. Find out what that means for your small business and the other companies making headlines this week in the Small Business News and Information Roundup.
The social media engagement software company Sprout Social says it has raised another $42 million in venture funding. To date, the company has raised $60 million.
Presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz used a stock image for a purpose that he thought would be to his campaign's benefit. The complete opposite happened and the fallout from that continues. Here are 6 tips we learned from this foul-up on how NOT to use stock photos.
Lisa Abbott of Genesys discusses the importance of customer service and how important an "omni-channel" customer engagement center is for small businesses.
How did we get here? Sometimes the best way to find out is to start at the end and work back to the beginning.
Google right side ads have ended. Those ads that used to appear on the right side of its search results have now been removed. Here's what that means for your small business's marketing campaign.
Small businesses that sell beer to consumers are starting to lose out to big box retailers that can offer the same products for cheaper prices. In New York, small businesses are trying to fight back.
Would you like to be a "Trusted Tester" of products coming out for Google My Business and Google Ads? A new program may make it possible. If your business meets Google's list of requirements, you can sign up today.