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10 Tips for a Relaxing Small Business Community

We’ve talked recently to both Laura Petrolino of 365 Days of Startups and Scott Fox of ClickMillionaires about how to create and manage small business communities that create value for your followers. As community manager here at BizSugar.com, I strive, with our global team of moderators, to create a relaxed environment where members, including small Read more about 10 Tips for a Relaxing Small Business Community[More…]


Sweeten Your Small Biz with New BizSugar Resources

There are lots of ways to improve your small business, but taking advantage of additional resources that can give you added information and expertise is often a great place to start. BizSugar already offers great small business resources in the form of helpful business articles and other content on our main site and the opportunity Read more about Sweeten Your Small Biz with New BizSugar Resources[More…]


Scott Fox on Building Small Business Communities

(Editor’s note: For those of you who don’t already know, Scott Fox is the creator of what he likes to call the “friendliest” small business coaching community online, ClickMillionaires.com. Like us here at BizSugar.com, Scott knows the value of small business communities not only as a way to help others but as a small business model in their Read more about Scott Fox on Building Small Business Communities[More…]


How To Deal With Social Media Feedback

Social media is a two way street allowing your small business to communicate with your network of fans and potential customers and allowing them to talk to you resulting in both positive and sometimes negative feedback. Whether it is on BizSugar or on another social media channel where your business might participate, how you deal with and react to this Read more about How To Deal With Social Media Feedback[More…]


Naked Pizza: Creating A Healthier World Through Pizza & Twitter

Welcome! It’s the last Wednesday of the month which means it’s time to take a step back and interview another small business who we think is rocking social media in a pretty cool way. This week we’re excited to share a recent conversation we had with Robbie Vitrano, co-founder and Chief Brand Architect of Naked Pizza.

If you’re not familiar with Naked Pizza, it’s time that you are. Not only are they doing pizza better by encouraging people to make healthier eating decisions, but they’re using tools like Twitter, Facebook and the Naked Pizza Web site to extend that message and to get it in front of more eyes. [More …]


Laura Petrolino: Small Business Community

(Why does your small business need a community or need to be part of one. Here at BizSugar, of course, we’ve got some very definite ideas about how small business community can work for you. Small business communications and strategy consultant Laura Petrolino is a longtime member of our community and helps her clients with Read more about Laura Petrolino: Small Business Community[More…]


BizSugar Hits 175,000 Members: Helps Grow Your Brand

We’re proud to announce that BizSugar.com has hit 175,000 members and counting with 95,000 subscribers to our weekly newsletter. Though this is good news for us (you may hear the pop of a champagne cork in the background :)), it’s also good news for you, the small business owner, since BizSugar is much more than Read more about BizSugar Hits 175,000 Members: Helps Grow Your Brand[More…]


How Social Media Grew Foiled Cupcakes Sales by 90%

Recently we introduced BizSugar readers to a new feature here on the blog – it’s where we talking to small business owners (and even some big brands) to learn about how they’re using social media to build their business and ask them to share some tips, insight and like experiences. So far we’ve spoken to Read more about How Social Media Grew Foiled Cupcakes Sales by 90%[More…]