It's a new year and a great time for a new look. For some sites or businesses this could be as simple as creating a new logo, store feature or page design. For others, it could be time for a whole new brand identity. A rebrand involves much more than just a simple name change. It's an opportunity to reposition your business -- including your brand philosophy, messaging, and product offerings -- to adapt to changing markets or competition.
Adopting accounting software for your small business is necessary, but choosing one system can be difficult in a market where many competitors are constantly entering with different solutions.
If talk of New Year’s Resolutions cues a major eye roll, we hear you. Gyms, salads, actually remembering to bring those reusable bags to Trader Joe’s... how about a resolution that delivers (smiles, goals, money) all year long?
Real Estate is a rewarding yet very competitive industry. According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), as of December 2016, they have more than 1.2 million members. Another report from the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO) estimates approximately 2 million active real estate licensees in the United States by the end of 2016. Even if some argue the accuracy of these reports, we can safely assume there are at least more than one million agents competing.
You're finally happy with your new website, your product pages are live, blog is ready and your homepage design looks great. Now you have to bring in customers because they won’t come by themselves. That all begins with an effective marketing program.
As Dec. 31 approaches, moves that you make as a solopreneur or small business owner might work to your advantage when it comes to paying your 2016 income taxes. We checked with tax experts for a few ideas you may be able to use.
Thanks to frequent updates and innovative algorithms, search engines evolve and become more sophisticated everyday. The SEO evolution has made it vital for online marketers to continually adjust their strategies and add new tactics in order to keep up with the requirements, retain visibility and continually improve keyword rankings.
If you’re looking to make a positive impact in your community, starting a nonprofit is a great way to do so. It’s important to keep in mind that a nonprofit functions like a small business and should be planned and executed in a similar fashion.
Starting a new business can be daunting--between drafting a business plan and applying for loans, there’s a lot to check off your list. You would think a home-based business would be simpler, right? No office space to lease, no permits to gain--and you get to stay in your pajamas!
Opening a franchise can be a great journey if you’re looking to start your own business or a career change. You can join an established company with strong branding while still getting to hold the reins and run the location yourself.
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At Weebly, we believe that everyone deserves a chance to build something new and do what they love. The Inspiration Center features experts sharing what they've learned about starting and growing these types of big ideas.