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Are you a small business owner who is struggling to stay motivated? Trying to stay motivated is a common hurdle that a large number of entrepreneurs face. Many businesses fail as a result of a lack of drive. However, there are strategies for overcoming this problem and eventually building a more successful company.
Most business owners are not writers, yet a website needs content. How do you get around this dilemma? Think **around** the brick wall. Content writing is so much more than writing blog posts. Neil Patel gives an excellent definition of content marketing – it’s all about telling stories. And you can tell stories in 1,007 different ways.
The success or failure of a business depends upon many factors. Such factors include the quality of the product or service; management; pricing; and competition among others. How Personal Finance Mistakes Harm Business Finances A hidden but important factor that could determine the success or failure of a business is the personal finances of the owner.
On Growing Your Business: 3 Key Ways to Learn from Successful Entrepreneurs April 18, 2017 By Dana Davis Leave a Comment People who say they have nothing left to learn are foolish, to say the least. Actually, the most successful businessmen and women understand that every day of their lives is a learning experience.
Personal Branding for Business Owners: Is It Necessary? March 18, 2017 By Dana Davis Leave a Comment Social media has really changed the way we look at personal branding. Professionals can now share their expertise with millions of followers on a regular basis. Readers can interact with their idols directly.
The world gets smaller every day, and we all have to do everything we can to keep up with the ever-changing times. Gone are the days when people would walk in your front door asking you to take on an apprentice. These days, people can do everything online—even teach. Enter the Learning Management Systems, or LMS.
How to Effectively Transition from a Corporate Career to a Freelance Career February 22, 2017 By Dana Davis Leave a Comment More people than ever are making the transition from working at a company to working for themselves in a freelance career. Some of these freelancers set up an LLC, but in actuality they are working for themselves rather than being part of a larger company.
What should you do when your Amazon competitor matches your price? Even worse, when your competitors undercut you? Will your sales plummet? That’s the logical conclusion, especially if they get the “Amazon’s Choice” flag. So should you cut your prices and race your competitors to the bankruptcy court? Customer Buying Behavior Amazon customers choose to buy from the site fo ...
As an entrepreneur, you understand that market research is a must. What many business owners fail to realize is that they probably shouldn’t conduct market research themselves. You shouldn’t even hand the task off to an in-house marketing person or team. Photo by Davide Ragusa If you have the budget for a marketing department, it’s best to utilize that resource for content mark ...
The right project manager can make or break any development project, whether it be small or large. Whether you’re upgrading products you already have or creating a new product, you’ll find that an individual skilled in project management can be the deciding factor in timelines and overall success.
Teaching an online course is far from being all sunshine and rainbows. You have to deal with a lot to set everything up. Your tasks include creating and marketing your content, as well as engaging with your audience. That’s how things were in the past, at least. Setting up a web portal for your courses has become a lot less complicated because of all the tools now available ...
As of December 20, 2016, close to 1.2 billion email messages have been sent with WiseStamp. You might want to know why so many are using it. Now that you’ve seen the number of business owners and professionals giving their vote of confidence to WiseStamp, I hope that at this point, there isn’t a shred of doubt in your mind of how valuable the tool can be for growing your busi ...
Important Factors to Consider When Branding a Business December 18, 2016 By Dana Davis Leave a Comment Does your business have an instantly recognizable brand? If not, you need to consider changing this situation as quickly as possible. People like to associate themselves with certain brands they trust and that they are familiar with, so you need to put your business in this position.
Life insurance is one of the most important investments that you’ll ever make for your family. It’s the best safety net that you can buy. In fact, it’s one of the only ways that you can take care of your loved ones if something tragic were to happen to you or allow your small business to continue to operate.
Data is a company’s biggest asset. Should it ever be compromised, the repercussions can be plentiful. If you don’t protect company data, you could lose hundreds of dollars, your reputation, and, in some instances, your business. As you hear about data breaches from big companies, the news likely alarms you. You wonder how you can protect your company from the same.
Life Insurance Advice from Four Famous Professionals August 4, 2016 By Dana Davis Leave a Comment So you already know you need a policy, but what do the financial experts have to say about why you need one and the types of coverage available? Check out this life insurance advice from leaders in the financial industry.
The best blog sites in the world generate an income of between $15,000 and $30,000 a day. The best blog sites generate huge amounts of income ~ Image Credit: OnlineIncomeTeacher Huffington Post, which is considered the best blog site in the world, was only started in May 2005. So what would you say if I told you that you can also create a blog site that rocks, and generates a ...
There’s a scripture that says, “…And wait for your God continually.” Those who wait on their God, don’t know when He may part the waters so that His people can cross to the other side of the sea. Well, for digital marketers, Google is a lot like “waiting for God continually”. The Google god, that is.
When you run any type of business, ensuring that your books are accurate is an essential part of your day to day operations. Every incoming and outgoing payment will need to be documented for everything from business loans and staff payments to tax outgoings to ensure your business runs smoothly and profitably.
“Go big or go home” is an often-said mantra for growth, but this statement ignores the dangers of premature scaling. While an unbridled spirit is often what fuels startups to pursue their innovative goals, that mentality can also lead to their deaths. Over time, a startup’s vision grows, as does the demand for its product—which means other aspects of the startup need to scale as well.