If you’ve been blogging for some time now, then you know that the actual act of starting the blog was the easy part. Maintaining fresh ideas and content for your business blog is the hard part. You would like to add new articles several times a week but you’re stumped. Coming up with writing ideas [...]
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Even as we’re starting to see the early stages of an economic recovery, businesses and individuals continue to trudge through the ugly legal fallout of deals-gone-bad. Countless lawsuits have resulted from soured joint ventures, alleged breaches of contract, and plain old disputes over who owed what to whom. These lawsuits can be costly, time-consuming, and [...]
We’re nearing the end of 2009 and in looking back, we’ve had a wonderful year. We’ve met some really wonderful people and have had the pleasure of publishing guest articles from some really great authors. Thank you to everyone who has contributed in making this blog great. We’re looking forward to having another great year [...]
We here at Small Business CEO would like to take a moment to wish those of our readers who celebrate Christmas a very merry holiday! We hope you and your families have a safe and joyous day.
The small business world is collectively holding their breathe in anticipation for what could possibly happen with the health care reform bill. Till that time comes to pass, it is all about communications. All business sizes rely on the classic concept of communication. The aim of communicating that a business exists involves television, social media [...]
Sitting in front of a computer all day can be a pain in the neck…literally. There are a few simple changes you can make to your office to give your back, neck, eyes and even wrists a break. • Use a desk or a computer workstation that is ergonomically correct. Look for a non-reflective work [...]
Social media websites grew at exponential rates in 2009. According to a report where Twitter grew at a staggering rate of more than 1000%, Facebook also achieved a growth rate of 228%. 2009 was also a year when most businesses joined social media websites like Twitter and Facebook to promote their brand. It is a [...]
For most small businesses, social media should be one weapon in your arsenal – not your entire marketing strategy. Look for smart ways to integrate social media into your current marketing efforts. Just like any other tactic, it has its own benefits, advantages and shortcomings – you can’t rely on it for everything, so play [...]
When it comes to providing network security for your mid-sized business, one thing is clear: vigilance is not an option, but a necessity. Mid-sized businesses are not immune to security threats. In fact, mid-sized businesses often fall victim to security issues that strike both enterprise organizations and small businesses. Let’s take a closer look at [...]
Yes, it’s officially holiday season. And yes, festivities are all around. But let’s face it — as business owners, we work on our own calendar. While some parts of the business world are winding down for the year, many of us still have a hectic few weeks ahead of us. We know what you’re thinking [...]
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