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  • Entrepreneur

    If you look at the top 20 U.S. cities for tech venture capital funding, you’ll notice it takes a little while before you find a city that doesn’t have an ocean harbor. (Provo-Orem, Utah checks in at number eight.) The list affirms what most of us in the startup community have believed for some time now: If you are an entrepreneur, it will serve you well to head to the coasts.

  • The Business Journals

    The future of your small business is in the palm of your hand. Literally.

    As of mid-2014, customers now spend more time on their smartphones than their laptops, and the shift signals significant opportunities for small business owners in 2015. Why?

    To start, small businesses can more easily engage customers on a one-on-one basis. Because of this, customers are more likely to respond to messages from someone they know and trust. Also, small businesses are more nimble and therefore able to create...

    The Business Journals
  • VentureFizz

    Last year, Constant Contact introduced an in-house accelerator program designed to support entrepreneurs as they solve problems for small businesses through the development of new products, features, and services.  

    The inaugural class, which was made up of mosaicHUB, Sidewalk, OmniLync, and BoardOnTrack, recently graduated the program with resounding success, including mosaicHUB growing their subscriber base by over 35 percent and BoardOnTrack increasing revenue by 50 percent.

  • MarketingProfs

    Some 85% of marketers say their current email platform meets their needs and 84% are likely to recommend it to others, according to a recent report from G2 Crowd.

    The report was based on data from 720 in-depth reviews written by business and IT professionals on G2 Crowd's software review platform.

    Beyond looking at just overall satisfaction in the report, G2 Crowd also ranked popular dedicated email programs (those with 15 or more reviews) for small business, mid-market, and enterprise market...

  • Business 2 Community
    There’s a lot your business can achieve in 140 characters. These five quick case studies exemplify social media marketing at its most unique and effective, and demonstrate that B2B businesses can leverage Twitter with stunning success.

    Business 2 Community
  • The Business Journals

    For small business owners, marketing can seem expensive and overwhelming. How are you supposed to compete with Mega Company X's dedicated marketing department?

    But even on a shoestring budget, marketing is important: Will your small business ever grow into a household name without new customers? Short answer: Nope.

    The Business Journals

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