The tough economy of the last four years has made managing and leading a business a lot harder than it used to be, but a new book has some leadership lessons worth learning.
Your customers may well be your most important asset, and if you’re not listening to them, you’re likely limiting your company’s growth much more than you think.
Small business owners have reported big jumps in website traffic and sales thanks to the Pinterest social networking site, so if your business isn’t on there, it probably should be.
If your idea for a startup meets four key conditions, you might have the makings for sustainable success, according to Randy Garns of Prosper Inc., co-author of the book Prosper: Create the Life You Really Want.
An ecommerce site can be a terrific source of revenue for a small business, but the right design is critical to success. Jay Melone, CEO of DigitalXBridge, offers this advice for choosing an ecommerce site designer.
Social media has unnerved businesses and given consumers unprecedented power by letting them take complaints straight to the internet, where they can be read by anyone before a business can even see and respond.
Data is the lifeblood of any business, so keeping it safe and accessible should be a top priority for even the smallest startup. Keeping your data safe can seem like a daunting process, but this checklist will help you get started.
We’ve all been there. Business projects that start out full of excitement and promise lose focus and energy until it seems like they’re a long way from that goal that once seemed so promising.
Here’s something most small business owners have probably never considered: Customer complaints don’t have to be considered a problem. In fact, they can be a tremendous source of goodwill and business opportunity.