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Communication, Department management

3 Steps to Help Build Trust with Clients & Execs

April 17, 2018

Via: Search Engine Journal

In-house and agency marketing teams who labor to serve their organizations face many struggles and obstacles. There is never enough time, people, or money – and most executive teams don’t have realistic expectations of what marketing can do with the […]


Administration, General organization management, Strategic planning

How 7 Things will Change the Way You Approach Your Family Business

April 16, 2018

Via: Small Business Trends

Family businesses are a huge part of America’s economic landscape. But some 70 percent of family businesses do not outlast the first generation, according to Harvard Business Review. And of the 30 percent that make it to a second generation, […]


Finances, Self-management

Never Enough Money? Here’s Why – And It Has Nothing To Do with The Economy

April 16, 2018

Via: Inc.

What’s one of the top discussions in the startup world? Money. The lack of it, access to it, and the future potential for it. Honestly? Investment money is not difficult to access at all. When a great idea is developed […]


General organization management, Strategic planning

3 Small Mistakes That Can Totally Mess Up Your Business

April 13, 2018

Via: Inc.

In business, as in life, the devil is in the details. You might have a great product, a great team and a great work ethic. You might have enthusiasm and ambition out the wazoo. Even with all that talent, however, […]


Department management, Marketing

Customers Are People, Not Products: Here’s to the End of the Advertising Model

April 13, 2018

Via: Small Biz Club

Imagine you’re reading an online article about what steel tariffs mean for construction and manufacturing industries, and suddenly, you find yourself distracted by a “real” photo of a family eating Thanksgiving dinner with a grizzly bear they allegedly raised from […]


General organization management, Systems management

Do Local Businesses Still Need a Website?

April 12, 2018

Via: Small Biz Club

Does your website still serve a purpose? Google’s primary objective is to answer people’s questions as quickly and as accurately as possible. Years ago, if you searched for a product or service, you would have been required to click a […]


Finances, Self-management, Task management

Want to Know Why your Freelance Business Needs a Rush Fee? Read This

April 11, 2018

Via: Small Business Trends

A freelancer’s passion is to help people in some way whether you’re offering writing, design, or another service. Being a little too helpful can cause us to not set proper boundaries with our clients. Beware — unclear boundaries and doing […]


Accounting, Department management

Why Choosing the Right Accountant Can Be the Best Investment You Make

April 11, 2018

Via: Inc.

Tax time is arguably the best and worst time for business owners. On the one hand, many entrepreneurs don’t want to deal with all the paperwork, and on the other, many realize how behind they got on keeping their accounting […]


Administration, General organization management

Your Business May Be Failing: 20 Reasons Why and What to Do About It

April 10, 2018

Via: Small Business Trends

It’s a reality all entrepreneurs must come to terms with: the potential for failure. Over 51% of businesses will fail in their first five years (U.S. Census data), and even 25–30% of venture-backed businesses fail. If you want to innovate […]


Department management, Marketing

Five Marketing Tactics To Reach Your Target Audience

April 10, 2018

Via: Forbes

Marketing doesn’t work like a magic wand. Its main purpose is to match the value your business is creating with the right customers. There’s no one-size-fits-all marketing strategy that will deliver you the results you’re aiming for. A proper strategy […]