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If you have recently started an ecommerce business, congratulations! You are already on the road to building a successful new chapter in your company. Ecommerce is rapidly expanding, so taking advantage of its growing popularity is a great business move. However, there are a few things you can do to make this venture even better. […]
One of the most important things you will need to do as a business owner and/or consultant is write your bio. It’s not only a culmination of what you’ve done in your life and work to date, however. It’s about taking the reins and crafting the way people will perceive you and your accomplishments, and […]
The rules of etiquette in business are simple, and they come back to the thing we learned first in Kindergarten: The Golden Rule. Treat others how you would want to be treated. That’s true for your employees, your customers, and your business partners.
When you are an entrepreneur or small business trying to gain some traction, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. With so many things to think about, join and contribute to, your plate is completely piled up before you even dig in. It’s a common rookie mistake. People often feel the best strategy starting out is to […]
Did you know that if your business is an S-Corporation, or a regular C Corporation, then you need to hold an annual board meeting and document the meeting minutes? State and federal laws mandate that corporate shareholders meet annually. But what if your business is an LLC? If your business was established as an LLC, […]
As an entrepreneur, you spend a lot of time in your own head. You think of new ideas, rehash old ones and then spend even more time thinking, “Will anyone like my business direction or think my offerings are valuable?” The reality is, not every idea is a good one. That is exactly why you […]
The single biggest mistake small business owners make on Facebook is to create a personal profile for your business as opposed to a fan page. A personal profile is just that – for people. A fan page, or business page, as Facebook calls it, is for businesses and anything that’s not a straight-out person. At […]
I’m a huge advocate for simple technology. Things that make your life easier from the get-go – things that take the emphasis off of the nitty-gritty of “handling” your technology. It may not always be the easiest stuff to set up (which is why I can afford my mortgage, I suppose) – but once it’s […]
You are an entrepreneur ready to hustle and tell the world about your amazing product or service, but your “team” is a comprised of a sister who kind-of knows how to design websites and a friend with a stint as a telemarketer. These folks are wonderful, supportive cheerleaders to have in your corner. However, nepotism […]