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How to Find the Best Point of Sale System for Your Small Business

By | May 2nd, 2018|Categories: Accounting|

One of the most frequent questions we get from small business owners is this: How do I know I need a point of sale (POS) system? The answer we give is always a simple one. If you are are ready to or already are accepting credit and debit card payments, you need a POS. Tracking every [...]

How to Develop a Zero Gossip Culture (and Policy)

By | April 25th, 2018|Categories: Human Resources|Tags: |

Have you ever gone to work in a good mood, only to have a conversation with someone in a bad mood? Chances are, you found your own mood deflated. Attitudes are as contagious as the flu, and a few bad apples in your office can quickly bring down the culture of your entire company. It's not [...]

5 Must-Have Pages for Every Small Business Website

By | April 6th, 2018|Categories: Marketing|Tags: |

Whether you’re running a house cleaning business, an accounting practice or a even a fireworks stand, there are some pages that every small business website truly has to have. While some of it comes down to providing the info your customer needs, there are sometimes other reasons for these “gotta have ‘em” pages as well. Let’s [...]

Why Your Brand Story Could Be Holding You Back

By | April 4th, 2018|Categories: Marketing|Tags: |

What's your story? We aren't asking you about your personal narrative, rather your business one. If you don't know what we're asking you, it's time you do a bit of research. Storytelling is big in business and it's what could put you over the edge when it comes to your competition. Take a moment to Google [...]

The Best Website Hosting Companies for Small Businesses

By | April 2nd, 2018|Categories: Marketing|Tags: |

As a small business owner, you need a website. It really is that simple. The days are gone when you could just hand out business cards and flyers and hope to get the word out about your company and the services you offer. Chances are that you have heard of at least one web hosting service, [...]

How Does Net Neutrality Affect Cyber Security?

By | March 29th, 2018|Categories: Cyber Security|Tags: |

It's been over a month since the Federal Communications Commission repealed an Obama-era protection in the technology industry: Net neutrality. Along with the end to net neutrality came a termination of security and data privacy rules. Critics were immensely concerned with the effects this repeal would have on cyber security, but is that concern still there? [...]

Top Ten Tips for Pushing Through the Hard Times in Business

By | March 27th, 2018|Categories: Small Business|

Everything in your business isn't going to be sunshine and roses. You may feel as though giving up is the right thing to do every so often. You may even consider it every single day. When you have time to think straight, you know that you don't want to throw in the towel, and pushing through [...]

Boost Your Productivity by Going AWOL for a Bit

By | March 21st, 2018|Categories: Productivity|

You've found this article because you are looking for ways to boost your productivity. You've already read about how you can organize your time more efficiently. You know that you should delegate some of your daily duties to someone you trust. What you may not have read yet is that you should go AWOL. Wait. What? [...]

The Best Small Business Accounting Software to Prep for Tax Season

By | March 19th, 2018|Categories: Accounting|Tags: |

As a small business owner, you know that tax time is coming up. Maybe you are prepared and maybe you aren't. If you aren't, it's something that should not be overlooked for this year, going into next. A mistake on your taxes isn't going to land you in jail, unless of course your errors are purposeful [...]

How to “Cyber Spy” On Your Local Competition

By | March 19th, 2018|Categories: Cyber Security|

You started your own business with the obvious intent to make it grow. But there really is nothing new under the sun, meaning that most people who start their own business will face some local competition for the same client base. Knowing what your competitors are up to is a great way to gain more customers, [...]