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How to Avoid Cloud Computing Mishaps

Please enjoy this guest post by Ryan Galloway The cloud is often touted as the undisputed future of computing, but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect. Cloud computing on an enterprise scale is

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Beat The Recession! How Young Entrepreneurs Can Rise To Success

Please enjoy this guest post from Daniel Smulevich. Starting a business as a student can be a hugely rewarding, fun experience, but it is not without its pitfalls. I started my first business a when I

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4 Places to Find Small Business Grants

Securing traditional small business funding can be a feat for both new and established entrepreneurs, but there are many opportunities to secure “low hanging fruit” in the form of small business grants.

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3 Business Trip Tips for Small Business Owners

As the owner of a small business, you probably don’t feel as though you have time to take business trips. Depending on your line of business, however, not traveling could cost you the acquisition of

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The 4 Step Guide To Easy Credit Card Processing for Small Businesses

As a small business owner it can be difficult to compete with large competitors, especially when it comes to overhead costs. Whether it is office space or shipping fees, the smaller you are the more per

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5 Top Tips When Considering ERP Technology

Allowing a small business to expand, without keeping a close eye on how efficiently it is run, is a common error made by small business owners. As more staff are hired, and departments start getting bigger,

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Tips To Grow Your Small Business Responsibly

As of 2008, there were more 5,294,970 firms in the United States that operated with 20 or fewer employees. Of those firms, more than 3,617,764 employed four people or less. That’s a lot of small

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3 Ways to Increase the Local Online Presence of Your Small Business

When the internet began the available ways to access websites were unstructured and mainly based on guess work, you’d likely have to search long and hard for a specific business website in your community.

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4 Tips For Selling From Your Facebook Page

Social media has become the preferred marketing of many small business owners, and with more than 750 million users on Facebook returning to the site daily, it’s easy to see why! Here are 4 tips

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Go Frugal in Your Small Business with These Three Tips

As the economy continues to limp along, frugality has quickly become the status quo- among consumers and business alike. According to a recent survey by the National Federation of Independent Business

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5 Signs It’s Time Your Home Business Moves Out of the House

Though it may be very convenient and cost-effective to run your business from home, as time goes by you may feel that you have out-grown your home office or that it is no longer a productive setup. But

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Make Your Press Release Count (Part 2)

Here are some more tips from PublicitySpark.com to help you craft press release with greater impact. If you missed part one, you can find it here. Make sure each dollar you spend on advertising goes toward

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Stretching Your Ad Dollars: Make Your Press Release Count! (Part 1)

Hello! We are Ponn Sabra and Janet Thaeler, founders of PublicitySpark.com. Our goal is to help small businesses and entrepreneurs increase their visibility using the online PR techniques we’ve used

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Maximizing Technologies for Your Small Business

Think, for a minute, about the technologies that are vital to your small business. For many of you, Microsoft Outlook and your smartphone are critical to your day to day business communications. These

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3 Ways Points Help You Serve Your Customers Well (And Still Make You Money)

Cash in exchange for goods. Everybody around the globe understands that. It’s a good thing. So why mess with something that’s established and works well? 1. To cater to individual situations When

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