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How to Leverage LinkedIn for Personal Branding
By Jared Atchison | October 01, 2020

There are tremendous opportunities on LinkedIn, especially if you know how to build your personal brand and leverage it.

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Best Practices for Implementing Live Chat Support
By Andrew Martins | October 01, 2020

When your customers have questions, they want answers right away. With live chat software, you can make that a reality.

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Pinterest for Business Marketing
By Marisa Sanfilippo | March 11, 2021

When you're deciding on the components of your social media marketing strategy, one platform you might want to consider is Pinterest.

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Should You Use a Business Credit or Debit Card?
By Donna Fuscaldo | March 02, 2021

Should you use a business credit card or debit card? The answer depends on a few factors. Here's what you need to know about both types of payment cards for business owners.

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Should You Consider a Cash-Back Credit Card for Your Business?
By Donna Fuscaldo | September 30, 2020

Small business owners stand to benefit a lot from using a cash-back credit card, granted they use it responsibly.

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19 Essential Tools for Building a Successful Business Plan
By Scott Gerber | September 29, 2020

These resources can reduce the time and effort it takes to write a comprehensive plan.

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How to Make It Easier to Embrace Change
By Jan Bednar | September 29, 2020

Change is a force to embrace rather than weather.

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What Is Data Management?
By Adam Uzialko | September 29, 2020

Every business relies on data, and data management allows businesses to better organize and access the information gathered across a wide range of software solutions.

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15 Instagram Marketing Tips for Business
By Marisa Sanfilippo | January 28, 2021

Check out these tips to drive your Instagram marketing strategy toward better engagement and higher ROI.

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12 Twitter Best Practices for Business
By Kiely Kuligowski | March 03, 2021

Success on Twitter requires more than just keeping your message within the character limit.

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8 Strategies for Managing Your Remote Team
By Dr. Cindy McGovern | September 25, 2020

Managing a remote team requires a different strategy from in-person leadership. Here are eight ways to get the most out of and be there for your remote team.

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Break Writer's Block with These 6 Brainstorming Tips
By Syed Balkhi | September 25, 2020

Brainstorming content ideas for future posts isn't always easy, but it's a necessary step in the creative process.

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How Your Life Experiences Can Inspire Your Business and Help It Grow
By Simone Johnson | September 25, 2020

Learn how Mixed Up Clothing owner Sonia Kang's multicultural background, nursing credentials, and flair for fashion both inspired and saved her business.

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What Are Promoted Tweets, and How Do They Work?
By Kiely Kuligowski | March 04, 2021

Promoted tweets are a great way to increase sales and boost engagement on Twitter. Learn what they are and how they work; then get nine tips to help you run a successful promoted tweet strategy.

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Despite COVID-19 Challenges, Brighter Days Are Ahead for the Middle Market
By Nicole Fallon | September 24, 2020

According to a new report by KeyBank, COVID-19 has shaken middle market businesses, but they're surviving and, in many cases, getting back to a state of normalcy.

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What You Should Know About Noncompete Agreements
By Skye Schooley | March 09, 2021

Learn what a noncompete agreement is and how it is used to protect business assets.

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COVID-19, Lawsuits, a Presidential Election and New Laws: Are Big Changes Coming to Business Liability Insurance?
By Dan Rafter | September 23, 2020

What will 2021 bring when it comes to business liability insurance?

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Guide to Choosing a Business Equipment Loan
By Julie Thompson | March 09, 2021

Need financing for business equipment? Here's what you need to know about choosing a business equipment loan.

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What Big Data Means for Your Small Business
By Andrew Martins | March 04, 2021

In an increasingly digital world, the amount of data a small business must parse gets larger by the year. Learn what big data means for your SMB.

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What Are Cash Flow Statements?
By Simone Johnson | September 23, 2020

Cash flow statements break down the financial status of your company to show the money flowing in and out.

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5 Ways To Bring on New Hires in the Age of COVID-19 Telecommuting
By Alison Gutterman | September 22, 2020

The process of onboarding new employees always needs refining, but that's especially true while working remotely during a pandemic.

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Key User Experience Principles to Boost Your Site Conversion Rate
By Daniel Ndukwu | September 22, 2020

A visitor's user experience on your website goes a long way toward determining whether they buy from you regularly or never return.

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QuickBooks Desktop vs. Online: Which Should You Use?
By Max Freedman | September 22, 2020

Should you use the desktop application or web browser version of QuickBooks? Here's what you should know about each.

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7 Steps to Starting a Business
By Chris Porteous | September 21, 2020

The businesses that stand the best chances of surviving into the future are those that don't risk it all on a single "big score." They play the long game and manage risk frugally.

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Thriving Beyond COVID-19: The New Marketing Model for Small Businesses
By Paxton Gray | September 21, 2020

The effects the pandemic has had on small businesses could be long-lasting. It's crucial to adopt a practical and forward-looking marketing strategy.

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Remote Work Best Practices (Plus Sample Policy)
By Marisa Sanfilippo | January 26, 2021

With so many businesses now having employees work from home, it is vital to have a well-thought-out plan that fosters this new working environment.

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18 Local Marketing Strategies to Promote Your Local Business
By David Gargaro | March 05, 2021

These marketing strategies for small businesses can improve your engagement with potential customers in your local market.

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How to Apply for a Business Credit Card if You Have Bad Credit
By Donna Fuscaldo | February 01, 2021

Qualifying for a business credit card if you have bad credit is difficult but not impossible. You may have to start with a secured card.

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5 Content Ideas to Keep Your Email Subscribers Engaged
By Liviu Tanase | September 17, 2020

Getting new email subscribers is a worthy goal, but keeping them engaged is even more important.

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Scale Your E-Commerce Business Using This Beginner-Friendly Facebook Ads Strategy
By Razvan Romanescu | September 17, 2020

Facebook ads are highly effective but highly complex. Learn how to scale your e-commerce business using Facebook ads.

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Why Your Small Business Needs an Attendance Policy (+ Sample Attendance Policy Template)
By Matt D'Angelo | September 17, 2020

An effective time and attendance policy spells out your expectations for your employees' attendance and the consequences for failing to meet them.

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How a Divorce Can Affect Your Business
By Chris Porteous | September 16, 2020

There are options to ensure the dissolution of your marriage doesn't disrupt your business. You can sell part or all of the business, make a binding agreement to offer other assets in place of the...

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Maintaining the Personal Touch Without In-Person Interaction: How Small Businesses Can Translate Their Business's Spirit Online
By Rich Rao | September 16, 2020

Here are four tips to differentiate your store and appeal to potential shoppers or stay top of mind with current customers.

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What Should Happen in the First 90 Days of New Employee Orientation
By Jamie Johnson | March 03, 2021

To start employees off on the right foot, make sure your orientation helps them feel welcome and answers all of their questions.

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Can (or Should) You Raise Prices During COVID-19?
By Donna Fuscaldo | September 16, 2020

Supply shortages in higher demand and other pandemic-related expenses are causing some companies to raise prices during COVID-19. Should your business follow suit?

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Private Equity vs. Venture Capital: What's the Difference?
By Donna Fuscaldo | February 02, 2021

Private equity and venture capital funding are both considered alternative investments, but there are significant differences between the two.

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7 Questions to Ask Yourself About Transitioning to a Fully Remote Office
By Mike Kappel | September 15, 2020

To reduce expenses, boost productivity and increase employee retention, consider taking your team fully remote.

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Hiring Process Timeline Best Practices
By Alison Grillo | January 29, 2021

The hiring process is an important part of running a successful business. Make sure to develop a process that will lead to fruitful new hires.

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How to Transition to Long-Term Work From Home
By Kiely Kuligowski | September 15, 2020

Working from home has become the reality for many American workers. Here's how to transition into long-term remote work.

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What's the Difference Between a Secured and Unsecured Credit Card?
By Andrew Martins | January 28, 2021

Understanding the difference between a secured credit card and an unsecured credit card is the first step in choosing the right one for your business.

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When to Hire an HR Manager for Your Small Business
By Skye Schooley | September 14, 2020

Learn what an HR manager does and how to tell when your business needs one.

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Sell Your Team on Safety
By Dr. Cindy McGovern | September 11, 2020

​​​​​​​Your top job right now is to convince employees and customers to follow the rules.

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Yes, You Can Make a Digital Transformation Right Now. Here's How.
By Jeff Mazur | September 11, 2020

By reanalyzing your workforce, setting clear goals, encouraging adaptability, and focusing on data accessibility and availability, you can launch and sustain a quick-moving digital transformation.

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How Is a Cash Flow Statement Prepared?
By Simone Johnson | September 11, 2020

Cash flow statements help businesses keep track of their finances. Here's what you need to know.

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How to Write a Job Description (Plus 7 Job Description Templates)
By Kiely Kuligowski | September 11, 2020

A job description is many people's first introduction to your company. Here's what to include to make an impression.

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Everything You Need to Know About the Statement of Shareholder Equity
By Donna Fuscaldo | January 29, 2021

The statement of shareholder equity tells you the value of a business after investors and stockholders are paid out.

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How to Manage Anxiety in the Workplace
By Shawn Singh | September 11, 2020

Work can be stressful, whether you work in a physical environment or remotely. These common stressors are experienced by professionals everywhere, and managing them is essential to work-life balance....

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Workplace Stress and Anxiety After COVID-19
By Shawn Singh | September 11, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has compounded existing workplace stress and anxiety. This article explains the primary causes of that stress and how to manage it in a post-COVID world.

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How B2B Small Businesses Can Customize Their Social Media Marketing Strategies
By Ming-Yi Wu | September 10, 2020

Because business goals, target audiences, and the nature of customer relations are different, B2B and B2C social media marketing strategies cannot be identical.

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Making a Difference: What You Should Know About Nonprofits
By Chris Porteous | September 10, 2020

Should you start your business as a for profit or nonprofit? Learn which business model works best for you.