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We have all heard that the business plan is the foundation for every business, and we may try to do one by going through the motions. But until we truly embrace the business pla
Today, we have tips on how to get a seasonal job and keep it after the holidays, make new things out of old T-shirts, organize your day on a Post-It, and more!
Decoding and minimizing the cost structure of shipping is a challenge for many ecommerce companies and any business that sends more than a handful of packages every year. Each d
Find out what the typical Facebook user is hoping you won’t do, and avoid these common social media mistakes at all costs.
Want to offer big-time benefits on a small budget? Consider the advantages of flexible hours, employee discounts, corporate memberships, and higher education for your employees
When done correctly, forecasting is one of the most value-added activities a business owner can do. Here are four secrets to make this activity meaningful for the future of your
The options for bringing in some help for your business go far beyond hiring a full-time employee. While an employee can be a good choice in many situations, it's worth taking a
In order to run your business from the road, you probably still need a phone number, internet access, and a mailing address. Here are a few strategies for maintaining them in a
Economic, environmental, and continuity of operations demands suggest that telecommuting is more than an HR perk.
Small businesses need to create a persona of their ideal customer — not average, but ideal — so they have an actual living, breathing person in mind to target.
Self-promotion is a crucial step to sustained success. There are simple ways to promote your business without coming across as a self-important egomaniac.
I battled my way through a popular chain clothing store, and all I got was this stupid shirt: One consumer's tongue-in-cheek look at shopping retail.
In-depth profiles of your real customers are valuable promotional materials. Learn how to identify customers to interview and how to best share their stories.
Today we found some great articles on time-saving steps in the kitchen, how to manage family finances when money gets tight, and how to encourage your spouse to save money.
Do you really need those potted plants the first day you open? Learn how creating a realistic budget can help your small business thrive instead of fail.
Paying less in taxes can help take some of the sting out of business losses...as long as you meet the requirements.
A budget is a powerful tool for your business, and you can make it even stronger by basing it off of your annual operating plan. Here's how.
Ethics matter in our personal relationships -- and they matter in our business relationships, too.
Your money is hard earned. Don't waste it on these five easily avoidable tax penalties.
Find out what one factor made workers the happiest and how management and employees can unite to create a better workplace.
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