Posts Tagged ‘business advice’

Small Businesses Can Profit from Social Network Marketing

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

If you own a small business and are looking for new and creative ways to save money on your business marketing costs, you should seriously consider developing a social media marketing campaign. Web 2.0 technologies like social media have created new opportunities for businesses to engage with their public, better understand their customer demographic and… Read more

Crowdsourcing: What Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

When you’re starting up or running your own business, it’s likely you’re wearing a number of hats. While you are Chief Executive Officer and owner of the ‘big idea,’ you may also be secretary, marketing coordinator, controller and mail clerk, among others. Crowdsourcing could be the answer that enables you to get back to being… Read more

Tech Terms Every Small Business Owner Should Know

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

If you’re a small business owner, you of all people know best that you are expected to be a jack of all trades. But you might not have expected to know all kinds of technology terms that IT professionals are experts in. Surprise! You should know a bunch of them if you want to run… Read more

How Did Business Survive Without Cloud Computing?

Friday, February 17th, 2012

It’s fairly clear from most business publications and news reports that the clouds on the economic horizon aren’t going anywhere fast.  One cloud that most businesses can benefit from are the latest innovations in Cloud computing.  If you haven’t yet discovered the sheer joy of this latest technology it’s about time.  If you have, you’ll… Read more

5 Essential Elements of Every Web Design Contract

Friday, February 10th, 2012

When designing a website, the tendency of designers and clients alike is to focus on features, color selection, photos, font choices, etc. However, the first step in any web design project is a web design contract. Working without a contract that includes several key clauses, you’re asking for trouble.
If you’re a web designer, a well-written… Read more