Managing a Business

Your Small Business News Roundup 8.28.15

Bringing you the latest news on small business and more—this week we’re covering 3D printing, millennials at work, and what you need to know about Black Monday.

By Michael Hiligenstein | Share This

How to Keep Discounts from Killing Your Business [PART 3]

In this article, we'll take a look at what anti-spam legislation applies to your small business, so that you can market without spamming. We'll go into detail on the various anti-spam legislation that exists, so that you can make sure your business is complying with regulations.

By Leah Hamilton | Share This

A Simple Recipe for Startup Marketing Strategy

Marketing for your startup will be a bit different than marketing for an existing business. How can you market your startup more effectively? An effective startup marketing strategy starts with sharp target market focus, then adds in specific identity and business offering, plus regular learning.

By Tim Berry | Share This

Your Small Business News Roundup 8.21.15

Bringing you the latest news on small business and more—this week we’ve got trouble at Amazon, more paid leave for workers, and the benefits of using cloud-based software.

By Michael Hiligenstein | Share This

Cash Flow 101: Growing Your Business

Now that you’ve solved your cash flow problems, it’s time to figure out how exactly you want to approach growing your business.

By Anna Eschenburg | Share This

3 Questions to Help Build Your Business Strategy

If you're serious about becoming an entrepreneur, you need a business strategy that will help you understand the value you bring to the market. To get the ball rolling, ask yourself these three important questions.

By Dave Wakeman | Share This

Are You Marketing, or Spamming?

Are you marketing or spamming? From the inside, it can be hard to tell if your marketing is spammy or responsible. Here's how to do a quick check.

By Margarita Hakobyan | Share This

How to Keep Discounts from Killing Your Business [Part 2]

You'll be collecting customer info on and offline—and there are legal and privacy issues that you should consider so that you can protect your business.

By Leah Hamilton | Share This

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