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What Are KPIs and How to Use Them in Your Small Business?

If you’ve worked in a corporate job, you probably know all about Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). Large companies use them all the time to measure their progress and make sure hey’re on track to hit their targets. But many small businesses are missing a trick: A recent survey by Geckoboard found that nearly half of small and medium-sized business owners have failed to identify any KPIs.
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