Tax time can be stressful for small business owners—especially if this is your first time filing as a business owner. Even if you've kept immaculate records, there are some tips and tricks to finding deductions and savings.
It's that time of year again—tax season. If you're a new small business, finding the right tools to do your taxes is a must, especially if you don't employ an in-house accountant.
Let’s face it. Building a website is not easy. The layout, the photos, and ugh, the copywriting.
Your email subject line is the very first impression of your email. One third of email recipients decide if they should open an email based on the subject line. For inspiration, take a look at your own inbox and figure out which emails you choose to open. Put yourself in your contacts' shoes to help you write a subject line that will get your email opened, your business noticed, and boost your business as a result. Take a look at these 6 tips to help you write catchy email subject lines.
The world is a very busy place, not that most people realize it. In fact, we're often so focused on staring down at our mobile devices or laptops that we fail to recognize much of anything happening around us. For entrepreneurs, this problem is even more pronounced.
Are you looking to start an online fundraising campaign? You've probably done your research on the best platform for your cause. GoFundMe, one of the top platforms for crowdfunding, is great for creating appealing and attention-grabbing projects.
Every piece of communication you have with a customer tells them a little something about you (or your business). That personality is your online persona, or brand persona. Believe it or not, a brand persona can impact whether a visitor clicks a button, fills out a form or makes a purchase.
If you're a small business owner or aspiring entrepreneur, you probably have a go-to list of blogs and industry leaders you follow. With Twitter and LinkedIn growing as sources of valuable business information, finding the best people in your field to follow can be tough.
Okay, so you've started your own business, and you're prepared to start flourishing. You're prepared to buckle down, set your own costs, and offer your administration.
If you've looked into crowdfunding, you've more than likely come across Kickstarter, which many consider the original crowdfunding platform. Kickstarter is well known for personal projects rather than charity fundraising, and can be a great source of startup capital for a new business or product.
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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.