What will the Brexit mean for small businesses in the U.S. and U.K.? Opinions and reactions to the decision to leave the European Union are as mixed after the vote as they were prior.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Pinterest has just introduced a new conversion tracking tool so that companies using Promoted Pins on the social site can see what action they're receiving on their marketing investment.
Four companies announced two big partnerships this week. Wells Fargo and Xero are teaming up to help small businesses and Shopify and Apple are working together to help ecommerce entrepreneurs, too. Read more headlines in this week's small business news and information roundup.
Atlanta-based sports team pros discuss how their teams are using mobile content to better interact with today's fan bases.
Are you considering a mobile app for your small business? It may be time to get on board with seemingly everyone else, but it's prudent to weigh the pros and cons of adding a mobile app to your company's online arsenal.
Want to write content for your company's website that really sells readers on your company or your products? Follow this one piece of advice.
LG's latest smartphones in its X series each focus on one particular aspect of a great smartphone and devote most of the phone's resources to it.
Looking for a payment solution for your small business? Business Plus has just introduced the latest, along with a swarm of other new tools, too.
Sometimes in business, something gets you frustrated to point of no return. At that point, it's hard to say what your reaction will be.
Google has introduced expanded text ads. How will these changes impact your next digital marketing campaign with Google?
Web.com has announced it first major staffing decisions after acquiring Yodle aerial this year.
Here's another opportunity to get the proverbial leg up on your competition. Start advertising on social media sites. Facebook is a good start and half of all small businesses aren't spending a dime to advertise there.