Press releases can be boring and many claim they are a dinosaur from the past. Have you ever asked yourself, “How Do I Create Press Materials That Aren’t Boring?” And if the traditional press release is dead, what are some alternatives that are available? Well for starters, did you know that you can create a Read more about Alternatives To A Boring Press Release[…]
While recently reading an article online it occurred to me that many resources tend to make assumptions and alienate themselves from new entrepreneurs by being too advanced in their speech, writings, etc. One mistake that I see many guilty of is assuming that your readers are already “in the know.” As hard as it may Read more about Tech Definitions for Newbies[…]
Many businesses have felt, and are still feeling, the effects of the economic recession. But as the old saying goes, “That which does not kill you only makes you stronger.” And that’s just one of the lessons the recession has taught one business owner in particular. Benjamin Sayers of VoIP Supply LLC, a college dropout Read more about The Recession: A Blessing in Disguise[…]
Many articles abound with much advice given to full-time small business owners, but less is written and provided for part-time business owners – those that are attempting to get a business up and running while working a full-time job. I came across this piece titled, “7 Tips for Part-Time Business Owners” that provides some of Read more about Part Time Business Owner Tips[…]
When someone says, “Customer Loyalty Program” to you, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? (Cue the crickets . . .) Many customer loyalty programs become an expenditure that can cut into profit margins without really creating increased loyalty. But there are successful customer loyalty programs that DO increase customer loyalty and WON’T hurt Read more about Tips for Offering Customer Loyalty Programs[…]
In the movie “Field of Dreams,” Kevin Costner is famously told “If you build it. They will come.” We think the same is true of your small business. And to that end, a few weeks ago we asked BizSugar members the simple question “What is your number one small business goal in 2011?” Our hope Read more about What’s in Your Small Business “Field of Dreams”[…]
What is your number one small business goal in 2011? I posed this question yesterday on both our Facebook and Twitter pages. You can see the responses so far on our Facebook fan page. I’m hoping there will be more forthcoming. But why did I post the question and what are we hoping to get Read more about What is your number one small business goal in 2011?[…]
We’d like your help finishing the sentence above.
Every small business person or entrepreneur will likely have a different answer when asked to define small business, an answer that says a bit about what small business means to them, so here’s how you can contribute:
A little social marketing goes a long way, says Matthew Ringer of SmallBizBee, who talks about how you can use a handful of tools to promote your Website to success online in this interview with bizSugar.com.
(How can you take your small business global? In my interview with international marketer Cindy King we discuss the tools, approaches and core concepts that can make your cross-cultural marketing strategy a success.) Hi Cindy. First, thanks so much for agreeing to the interview. Could you tell us a bit more about yourself and what you do?