Working from an office is sometimes a luxury when you're running a small business. Thankfully, your mobile device can help you do real work while on the go. Web-based platforms combined with mobile apps bring the office to the palm of your hand.
From media titans to everyday bloggers, social media has become the de facto distribution platform for anyone serious about publishing content.
You’ve probably heard the old adage that you have to spend money to make money, and it’s true. If you want your business to grow, you have to be able to invest in the expenses of growth, like equipment, advertising, and property.
Did you have a lemonade stand when you were a kid? Remember how you felt as you were setting it up? Excited? A little scared, perhaps? I bet you couldn't wait for that very first sale.
If you just started your new business and are trying to get some attention, you are certainly not alone. Statistics show 500,000 people started a new business every single month in 2013. So, how do you break away from the pack?
I’ve discussed local marketing, local citations and mobile marketing here before, but this time I want to look at some powerful location-based advertising tactics that can be very powerful tools for boosting sales.
Whether you're building a freelance graphic design business, selling custom-made jewelry online or creating the next multimillion-dollar mobile app, you need a good space to do your work, fuel your creativity and meet with clients or collaborators. If you're not ready to lease a traditional office or brick and mortar storefront, you can explore alternative workplaces for your business.
The use of cards and tiles is a popular website design trend. This framework is effective because it has a clean and organized look and feel while easily adapting to a variety of device sizes. But you don't want to create a design that looks like Pinterest. A card-style framework should be unique and highlight your brand. Here's how to do it.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, consider this: one minute of video is worth 1.8 million words, according to a report by Forrester Research.
Crowdfunding can seem irresistible to small business owners and entrepreneurs. By taking your products and ideas to a crowdfunding platform, you can liberate yourself from the danger and unreliability of traditional financing. But not every venture is ideal for the crowdfunding sector, which has tripled to more than $5.1 billion over the past three years. The crowd likes some products and industries more than others, while a few important ingredients—including the elusive “cool” factor—aren’t so easy to attain. Before you dive into the digital crowd, consider these important questions.
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