Here’s a number to ponder: 84 percent of small businesses that use mobile marketing techniques report an increase in new business for their efforts.
Small Business Tip of the Day
You might not have a hiring department or recruiters on speed dial, but you can still compete for top talent with a little work.
It’s a phrase that’s been used a little too much in recent years, but a new book offers ways to “do more with less” that might be worth considering.
Nothing can sink your small business faster than an unexpected disaster, so you need to be prepared. And disaster recovery preparation is easier than you think.
As a small business, you don’t have an unlimited marketing and advertising budget, so you’re probably not reaching all the customers or markets you could. That’s where an alliance with a partner can help.
If you want your growing business to be taken seriously, at some point you have to consider incorporating.
If you’re wondering what the biggest productivity-killer is in your small business, consider getting rid of the water cooler.
If you’re like a lot of employers these days, you’d rather leave a job vacant than hire the wrong person for the job. So if you’ve gone to the trouble to hire the right people, the last thing you want is to lose them.
Your logo is often the first impression you make on potential customers, so make sure it’s a good one.
If your startup needs funding to take it to the next level, you might want to consider angel investors.
A good story can offer critical business insights and motivate your employees, but how can you find these telling anecdotes?
As your startup grows, you may find that you begin to take on remote employees or telecommuters.