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Only 9% of Small Business Owners Expect to Cut Staff Due to Automation

Small business employees can give a sigh of relief, at least for now, as a new report reveals that the near-term impact of automation on small business employment will be low. Get all the numbers after the jump.

Sorry Kids, Mommy is Working

As a successful small business owner with one employee (that’s me!), my work hours often go well beyond the end of the school day. I pick up my kids each day at the end of their day, and we chat about their school day all the way home. I set them up with their homework and […]

48% Who Want to Sell Have No Exit Strategy

A new report reveals that almost half of small business owners who are looking to unload their business have no business exit strategy. Get the rest of the numbers after the jump.

Is Working From Home Better For You?

Recently, I published an interview with Hayley Swindell, the founder of The Refinery (a shared studio space in Austin, Texas), on the potential benefits of co-working. As a former small business owner, Swindell founded the space as a solution to some of the problems she faced as a budding creative entrepreneur, namely a lack of professional amenities and supportive...

Banks vs. Alternative Lenders: Which Is Best for Small Businesses?

The financial crisis of 2008 is a decade behind us. However, the top financial challenge facing small business owners continues to be access to credit. When they do seek funds, they often turn first to those they know: main street banks. Show More Summary

Who Are Today’s American Entrepreneurs? A Snapshot of U.S. Small Business Owners

From Silicon Valley to Main Street U.S.A., who exactly are we talking about when we talk about America's entrepreneurs and small business owners? See if you find yourself described here. The post Who Are Today’s American Entrepreneurs? A Snapshot of U.S. Show More Summary

Connecticut Small Business Owners Rally Against Tolls and Tax Hikes

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Tackle what tasks are most important and clip the rest. You’ve heard the expression ‘time is money’, and nowhere is this more apt than among small business owners. Recent surveys suggest that many entrepreneurs regard time as their most valuable asset, more so than their premises or equipment. If you’re running a small business, the pressures of...

Let’s Make SEO Easy!

Taking the complexity out of SEO Training Today I’ve launched a 7-part series on simplifying SEO at Consider it SEO training for small business owners. If you are interested in learning how to assure that your website shows up… The post Let’s Make SEO Easy! appeared first on Cool Site of the Day.

House Votes to Gut the Americans With Disabilities Act to Nip 'Abusive Lawsuits'

Proponents argue that without the bill, small business owners are open to "drive-by lawsuits."

You Can Thank Us Later – 5 Things You MUST Know About Office Romance After #MeToo

Office romance and the MeToo movement have brought workplace relationships to the forefront of many people's minds. In these incredibly sensitive times, here are 5 things small business owners should know.

Monsanto Sues Citizen-Regulators in Arkansas

In Arkansas, there's a kind of David-versus-Goliath battle underway over a weedkiller. On one side, there's the giant Monsanto Company. On the other, a committee of 18 people, mostly farmers and small business owners, who regulate the use of pesticides in the state. They've banned Monsanto's latest way of killing weeds.

Upbeat outlook: Small business optimism, revenue, hiring up

Small business owners are more upbeat about where their companies and the economy are headed.        

How Trump Tax Cuts Could Impact Your Small Business – For Real

Michael Trabold of Paychex explains how small businesses should handle the new tax act as well as why small business owners should exercise patience.

January Small Business Optimism Index jumped two points to 106.9

The Small Business Optimism Index jumped two points to 106.9 in January and set a record with the number of small business owners saying Now Is a Good Time to Expand.READ MORE

SEO for Dummies: Search Engine Marketing and Why You Need It

by Robert Clough We've created an SEO for dummies guide to help you understand the importance of search engine marketing. Here we will break down how it can help your business. If you're a small business owner, chances are you wear a lot of hats. Show More Summary

Trump's infrastructure plan is gaining support from small businesses

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Business owners want more, starting with a comprehensive package to address the poor state of our nation's infrastructure.        

Finding an AI Vendor: A Small Business Owner’s Guide

Sponsored Post When finding an AI vendor, your decisions will most likely be based on the problem you're looking for the AI system to solve. Check out our guide to get started.

Small Business Optimism Index Increased in January, "Difficulty of finding qualified workers" is Top Problem

From the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB): Record Number of Small Business Owners Say ‘Now is Good Time to Expand’The Index of Small Business Optimism gained 2.0 points in January, rising to 106.9, again one of the strongest readings in the 45-year history of the NFIB surveys. Show More Summary

6 Proven ways to get your business noticed

Small business owners often tell me that they struggle to get noticed by potential clients or customers. So, here are some ideas that can help you attract the attention you need and get people talking about your business, too. Think about each of the ideas below. Show More Summary

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