Posts Tagged ‘small business’

Seven Simple Steps For Choosing A Great Web Host

Sunday, July 27th, 2014
There are thousands of web hosts around today with thousands of plans to choose from making what was once a simple procedure seem like a daunting task for both newbie and pro alike. Whether you're looking for your first host or looking to move on to a better one there are 7 simple steps you must follow to succeed in choosing a great host. 1. Platform The Read The Post [...]

Beginners Guide To Creating A Start Up Website That Looks Good For Under $500

Friday, June 28th, 2013
Starting a new business has never been harder, according to the most recent statistics the failure rate for new businesses in the first 5 years is 80%. Think about that for a second. You have 5 people trying to get a small business going and only one of them makes it. One common reason for failure is not keeping control of startup expenses. And where Read The Post [...]

How To Create A Stunning Website For Your Home Business

Saturday, May 5th, 2012
By Winston Takeda Running a home business is one great accomplishment. Plenty of people dream of doing something like this, but you have taken the dreams of many and have made them a reality for yourself. It's people like you who keep this economy going, and who keep producing products and services that everybody needs. One of the essential things Read The Post [...]

Offline Business Owners – Does Your Website Really Welcome Its Visitors?

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012
Many offline local business owners use their online website to present information about their company. Their primary goal is to encourage people to pick up the phone and call them, send an email, or drive down to their store and purchase something. An important question to consider is whether your website is as customer service friendly as your Read The Post [...]

3 Hot Tips To Attract Highly Targeted Prospects

Monday, August 8th, 2011
By Francine Bishop How do you appeal to potential clients to purchase from your small business? It's entirely possible that you have the most effective product or service in your niche. But if nobody has seen your product or great sales letter then you definitely won't make a dollar. For that purpose small business owners spend most of their Read The Post [...]

What IT Equipment Is Necessary For A Start-Up Business?

Thursday, August 4th, 2011
IT equipment is necessary in the normal operation of modern day businesses. The type of equipment that one should get for their start-up will depend on the kind business that they plan to engage in, and the amount of capital that they have, to buy the equipment. It is mandatory to have some of these equipment, irrespective of the kind of business; whereas Read The Post [...]

Small Business Software Advice For A Start-Up Business

Friday, July 22nd, 2011
In today's world, anyone can open a business: whether it's online-based or it's a physical shop selling goods or services. However, it is important to be smart about how any and all resources are used. Every cent counts, especially in the first couple of years that a business is in operation. This is why one needs to stay on top of payroll, understand Read The Post [...]

How To Start A Business

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011
There are a few things during your lifetime that you may do just once, and due to this fact, we may at certain periods in our lives feel a little uncertain in the way we approach this 'thing'. For most people, when they start a business, it does feel a little unfamiliar, and rightly so, after all it is not every day that you start a business, right? Read The Post [...]

A Guide To Business Loans

Monday, June 20th, 2011
Wherever enterprises and commercial ventures need money, business loans will be available. It might make sense, when starting up a new company, to use personal savings for everything from rental of premises to purchase of the office coffee. At some point, the company flourishes, and more cash is needed for the next phase of development. The truth Read The Post [...]

When you SHOULDN’T become an S-Corp

Sunday, June 19th, 2011
By Rebecca Tervo I'm sooo frustrated with the advice some CPA firms are giving out to people who are just getting started in business! Last week, I had an appointment with a fairly "new to me" client to get their QuickBooks file straightened out for year end. The client is a service based business that has office space in town. 2010 was their first Read The Post [...]