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Why Aren’t You Using Pinterest?

Pinterest is just for creative souls that want to share their products with the world, right? Not even close. In fact, Pinterest just crossed the 10 million unique visitor mark […]

What You Can Learn from Being a Parent and an Entrepreneur

The New York Times had a very interesting article a few months ago about women who were raising children and running businesses at the same time. Believe it or not, […]

Getting Back to Business after Hurricane Sandy

Since small business is called the backbone to America’s economy, it’s obvious that we’ve taken a good number of direct hits to our spines in the last few weeks. Recovery […]

Grammar Matters: Four Mistakes to Avoid

Everyone makes mistakes, and most of the time they’re completely understandable if not acceptable. However, not knowing the difference between “their” and “they’re” can cost your business customers, especially if […]

Closing deals in a Smooth, Fast Manner is Essential

If you don’t want to take this lesson from us, take it from one of the richest men in the world, Warren Buffet. Buffet recently closed a deal with home […]

Does Your Business REALLY Need a Website?

I know what most of you are thinking: “what are you talking about? This is a silly question.” Yet there are tons of professionals, from wedding photographers to insurance agents, […]

The WORST Market Research in the World

Your own opinion. Many business owners are people, and because they are people, they expect other people to think just like them. Even if they don’t have those exact thoughts, […]

The Key to Career Success: Focus

Any career requires focus, but if you own your own business, focus is more important than ever. The depth and breadth of your mistakes can destroy your business if you […]

Why Windows 8 Matters to You

Windows 8 is definitely the new hot thing, especially since it’s so aggressively different than Windows 7 and versions previous. However, there have been a ton of media reports indicating […]

Good Customer Service Changes Feelings

Good customer service has one purpose, and only one purpose: to change the way a customer feels. Your customer might be angry or upset because of prices, quality of the […]