Managing a Business

4 Steps to Turn Tweets Into Customers

Want to leverage Twitter as part of your social media marketing strategy? Simply setting up a Twitter account isn't enough. Here's how to use Twitter to actually get customers in the door.

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3 Tips on How to Recruit Your First Remote Team

Considering a remote team? You might be unsure of how to proceed with hiring—or even how to find qualified candidates. Here, we'll walk you through the process.

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7 Ways to Grow Your Startup With Video

Video is one of the best tools to accelerate your business growth, and the time to take action is right now. Here are seven practical ways to integrate video into your marketing and growth strategy.

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Sales Forecasting: A Curated List of Our Best Resources

When it comes to starting and managing a business, forecasting your sales is essential. To better understand the forecasting process, check out our must-read sales forecasting resources.

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How to Set up Payroll As a New Employer

Most business owners are experts in their industry—not payroll. This guide will walk you through the process of getting payroll up and running for your business.

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6 Reasons Your Business Fails to Meet Strategic Goals (and What to Do About It)

Do you ever feel like your strategic goals are continuously out of reach, and no matter how hard you try, you’re just not able to meet them? You're not alone—and it doesn't have to be that way.

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The Indirect Cash Flow Method: How to Use It and Why It Matters

By now, you probably know that paying attention to your cash flow is vital to the health of your business. This article looks at an alternative cash flow method, often called the indirect cash flow method.

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How to Use Social Media to Find the Perfect Employee for Your Business

How do you say “we’re hiring” in a cost-effective way that gets the right people through the door? For small businesses, turning to social media can be the answer.

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