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[ 0 ] Oct. 27, 2014

5 Tips To Market Your Invention

5 tips for turning parenting dilemmas into a lucrative invention. By Kaylee Wickline Inventor of the Potty Wiz We’ve all been there – in the midst of raising your kids, you’ve likely stumbled across a parenting dilemma that made you think, there really needs to be a better way to manage this. Maybe it was […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 27, 2014

Maximize Your Social Media Efforts

Make Social Media Work For You, Not Against You By Kelly Meeneghan Peters Manager 1&1 Internet Inc. (www.1and1.com) The pressure to maintain an engaging and entertaining social media feed can be a challenge for all small business owners. The outlets demand a regular stream of content, regular engagement and engaging posts. While some business owners […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 27, 2014

Lease or Loan? Ten Tips To Help You Decide

Lease or Loan? What you need to know to decide. By William G. Sutton, CAE President and CEO, Equipment Leasing and Finance Association As the economy continues to improve, more businesses are making capital investments to fuel their growth. When business owners and managers consider acquiring equipment, they often think of their payment option as […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 20, 2014

Employer Guide To The Obama “Year of Action”

Employer Reference Guide to Obama’s “Year of Action” By Brett E. Coburn and Kristen W. Fox Alston & Bird LLP Since January of what the White House has dubbed the President’s “Year of Action,” President Obama has issued numerous executive orders and aimed significantly at impacting employment laws.  Most of these actions apply only to […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 20, 2014

Biggest Document Management Software Mistakes

How are you handling your document management software? Here are the biggest mistakes companies make with their document management software. By Matt Peterson President & CEO of eFileCabinet At this point most businesses are aware that making the shift to paperless is necessary, but many are going about it all wrong.  When not executed correctly, […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 13, 2014

Five Tips For Signing Your Lease

Five legal nightmares hiding in your office lease’s fine print. By N. Courtney Hollins Before the ribbon cutting and celebratory speeches ensue, be sure to give your new office’s lease more than a cursory read-over. It’s tempting to shy away from the intimidating language of leases, but a shallow understanding of the fine print could […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 13, 2014

Before You Hire An SEO Company…

What every small business should know before hiring an SEO company. By John Kinskey Founder, President AccessDirect SEO can be a puzzle for small business owners: foreign terminology, an industry defined by debate, cloaked algorithms and best practices that change every time Matt Cutts (head of Google’s web spam team) publishes a blog post. In […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 13, 2014

To Achieve Big Dreams, Let Go Of Excuses

Excuses are holding you back from achieving your big dreams. By Sourena Vasseghi An excuse is a reason—legitimate or not—for why something can or cannot happen. If making excuses takes over, it will kill your big dream. Guaranteed. What happens when you make excuses? You give away your power to control your own destiny. You […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 6, 2014

Five Tips Before You Enter A Partnership

Five things you must do before you go into a partnership. By Holly Nicholas Signorelli CPA   Tips For A Great Partnership 1)      Know Your Partner. Just because you are friends, grew up together, love each other, or go to church together, does not mean you know each other when it comes to a business partnership. […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 6, 2014

Financial Lessons For Small Business Owners

Three financial lessons every small business owner should learn. By Paul Jackson Founder, Worthworm As a small business owner you’ll quickly find that running a company means a lot of financial ups and downs. While it might seem obvious that financial rigor is an absolutely necessity, the truth is many entrepreneurs don’t spend enough time […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 6, 2014

Is Your Website Up-To-Date?

Is your website up-to-date? A pro shares insight. By Kelly Meeneghan Peters, Manager 1&1 Internet Inc., (www.1and1.com) New technological launches, developments, and innovations all have the power to affect consumer behavior and expectations. Businesses need to learn how to identify and react to these changes in order to stay relevant to customers and keep their […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 29, 2014

Avoid Misclassification of Your Employees

Federal and State Regulators Toughen Stance On Employers that Misclassify Workers. By Megan Moran When should an employee be classified as exempt versus non-exempt, and therefore not required to receive overtime pay? Because labor laws that determine classification status are complex, the answer often is not clear cut to business owners, who may prefer to […]

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