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  • The Small Biz Shop

    Some say laughter is the best medicine for what ails you. So as I write this blog, I laugh to myself as I think about all the times I wish I had spoken up. If you know me, you know I enjoy what I do. I’ll go out of my way to help you with your business and I’ll make sure the job gets done effectively and efficiently. I am not; however, ‘salesy’ and don’t push my services. I typically rely on inbound marketing, word of mouth, my blogs, my social media presence, events at my storefront, and...

    The Small Biz Shop
  • Entrepreneur

    When startups begin their tenure in our Small Business Innovation Program, we typically give them a “Sprint Kit.” Included is a set of exercises from the popular Design Sprint framework, which takes a critical look at a company's product or service.

  • The Next Web

    If you’re a small business owner, there’s always too many things to do. Things you should be doing, or things you could be doing.

    There’s probably always a decade’s worth of stuff you could be doing. The question is, what are the best things you should be doing? The most effective things. What deserves top placement on that unbelievably competitive publication known as your to-do list?

    The Next Web
  • Sure Payroll Blog

    Small business owners, entrepreneurs and startup founders are increasingly using technology to be more efficient, cut costs and increase productivity. The tools available today make it relatively easy for them to save and share documents, manage customer relationships, communicate through social media and market through email.

    Sure Payroll Blog
  • Huffington Post

    There are lots of television commercials, blasts of emails, and advertisements in magazines this summer that are tempting small business owners to take a vacation or to enjoy a special getaway, but the reality is that 56% of small businesses are consumed in working in their business and will not be taking any days off. And according to a recent Constant Contact survey, 55% of small businesses cite "not having enough time" as number one reason for not taking a vacation....

    Huffington Post
  • KissMetrics

    As SaaS marketers, we're always on the hunt for something that will boost sales and improve revenue. Who wouldn't? After all, that's kind of the goal of businesses right?

    Many times, the SaaS startup is so focused on creating and shipping a great product that they accidentally neglect the all-critical aspect of marketing those great products. 


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