3 Tasks Every Business Should Outsource
Many small business owners hold themselves back from outsourcing because they have doubts. Can I trust people outside my company? Will they accomplish what I want the way I want to do it?
Small Biz Check Up
It's the first week of April. How are your financials doing? It's time for a small biz check up. By now, all your financials on the first quarter of 2014 should be available to you.
What Your Website Says About You
Your website is a massive part of how people judge your business as a whole. If it looks like something that is still stuck in the 90's-early 00's (think HTML, primitive flash, gradients!), then that's a bad sign.
Adam Bryant: Common Traits of Uncommon CEOs
Adam Bryant is the Corner Office columnist for the New York Times. He has been a journalist for more than 20 years, as a reporter and editor at both Newsweek and the New York Times. He was the lead editor of a...
Sales & Marketing
The Inbound Marketing Circus: Delight and Astound Your Leads
Failure is a fact of business. Especially in the startup world, if you don’t adopt and embrace a culture that says it’s ok to fail, then you’re in trouble. According to TJ Muehleman and Jared Malan of We&Co, if you’re not failing all the time, you’re not trying hard enough. They shared many of their failures—but the key is to learn from those failures. For example, they learned that some customers are not ideal customers—whether it’s due to geography, turnover, average covers, or other factors. At the beginning of the business they would sign up anyone—and that taught them very quickly that some customers are better than others.
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