Writing a Business Plan

Should You Launch a Writing Business in 2018?

Starting your own writing business is easier than ever, but making it work as a full-time gig is still challenging. Here's how to start a writing business in 2018.

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How to Map Out an Ecommerce Business Plan in 1 Hour

Every successful ecommerce business needs to begin with a plan. But what exactly this plan look like? Here's how to write a great ecommerce business plan that covers everything you need to get started—in under an hour.

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Starting Your Own Business in 2018? 3 Questions to Ask First

While starting your own business has its advantages, it also has its fair share of challenges. Here's what to ask yourself before you take the plunge.

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Industry Research Versus Market Research: What’s the Difference?

Writing a business plan? You'll need to analyze your market and industry. But, what's the difference between industry analysis and market analysis?

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What’s the Best Business Proposal Format?

A business proposal can often make or break your chances of securing a new client. So, how do you write a business proposal, and what’s the proper format? We're here to help.

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An Inside Look at the Best Way to Build a Sales Forecast

Sales forecasting is a great way to kick off your business planning, and it gives you a solid starting point for the rest of your financial forecast. Here's how to forecast your sales, and how we did it for our new project, Outpost.

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Mission Statement Examples

Are you writing a mission statement for your business? Sometimes it helps to look at samples of other companies’ mission statements to get a better idea of how to write your own. In 30 seconds or less, a good mission statement should define: What the company does for its customers What the company does for...

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SWOT Analysis Examples

Conducting a SWOT analysis on your business? One of the best ways to prepare yourself is to turn to SWOT analysis examples, which can provide both help and inspiration.

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