Creating A Safety Net For A Small Business

Written by: Ethel Lair Small businesses live and die by their operating cash flow, according to statistics from ForwardAI. Maintaining a stable cash flow is hard – many businesses have narrow profit margins, late-paying customers, high overheads, low cash reserves, and, consequently, cash flow crunches. Needless to say, when there’s no cash, operations may stall … Read more.

Securing Your Small Business Website: Powerful Tips and Tweaks

Written by: Katie Conroy Websites experience an average of 94 attacks a day, reports Expert Insights, and 2,608 bot visits a week. A successful attack wreaks havoc on day-to-day operations, not to mention compromises sensitive company and customer information. In rare cases, the company may go bankrupt, as PrivacySavvy can confirm. It’s a given your … Read more.

5 Innovations Your Developing Business Needs

Written by: Katie Conroy Stagnation is the worst fear of business owners everywhere. Your enterprise should be constantly evolving and innovating. New ways of streamlining work and engaging with customers are born every day. As your business grows and develops, you will find opportunities to invest your resources into innovations that can bring your venture … Read more.

Tax FilingTips

Written by: Alex Bulmer It’s not a secret: Americans don’t like Tax Day. A 2014 survey by Pew Research Center, found 56% of Americans don’t like doing their taxes, while 26% absolutely hate it. Whether you’re running a large corporation or a small business, you’ll want to leave yourself plenty of time to prepare for … Read more.

Reach Your Target Audience And Compel Them To Action

Written by: Laura Hendrickson Isn’t that the dream; to drive so much traffic to our website that our phone is ringing off the hook or products are flying off the shelves? But visitor quantity doesn’t always transition into quality leads if we aren’t focusing our attention on the right set of eyes. Effective marketing is … Read more.

Why Do Small Businesses Fail?

Written by: Roger Scherping No one likes to think about failing. We start our businesses with optimism, enthusiasm, and perhaps a level of confidence that comes from the fact that we don’t really understand just what we’re getting ourselves into. Well, we all know how we learn by making mistakes, but it’s far better … Read more.