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Why Isn’t Your Video on LinkedIn?

If you're executing a small business video marketing campaign, the natural inclination is to post to the old standbys: your company website and YouTube. But don't forget about LinkedIn.

10 Brands Changing This Small Country's Business Reality

The small Balkan country of Macedonia is not exactly Silicon Valley. Years of political scandals, conflicts and two decades of name dispute with Greece have cast a dark shadow over some of the positive business developments in this Former Yugoslav Republic. Show More Summary

For Small Firms, Is it Better to Be a Specialist or Generalist?

One of the easiest ways to set yourself apart from the crowd and to gain expertise in a field is to narrow your focus. But pick too narrow of a focus and you might find yourself struggling to stay busy. Have too general a practice and it may be......

Twitter Opens Up Their DIY Ad Platform For SMBs; No Minimum Budget Required!

Twitter finally opened up their advertisement platform for small businesses across the globe, without any minimum budget requirement. This means that the small mom-and-pop store across the street can fairly compete against the global MNC on Twitter, without any major financial gamble. Show More Summary

GoDaddy Expands Small Business eCommerce Options

GoDaddy is following the trend of website companies offering more add-ons to their services available to small businesses. The company has unveiled a trio of services that small businesses can use to boost their Web presence and integrate their sites more into their daily operations.

How to Pick a New Lead Generation Channel

How to Pick a New Lead Generation Channel written by Guest Post read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing To make sure everyone is on the same page, here’s what we define a marketing channel as: A marketing channel is a way of speaking to your customers. Show More Summary

What the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill Means for the Public Sector (Part 1)

Categories: We are pleased to bring you the first guest post on our Hot Topic theme for September: eInvoicing and Supply Chain Finance. It comes from Stephen Carter, Head of UK eInvoicing Centre of Excellence, Basware, a global leader in purchase-to-pay and eInvoicing solutions. Show More Summary

4 Ways to Spot Expense Report Fraud

Small businesses are especially vulnerable to T&E report fraud. Here's what to look out for.

Tens of thousands of companies fear closure in coming months

``Many of the country's very small enterprises believe the returning recession and the capital controls are likely to finally put them out of business, with about 30 percent of them facing the threat of closure in the next six months, a survey by the Small Enterprises' Institute of the Hellenic Confederation of Professionals, Craftsmen and Merchants (IME GSEVEE) has shown.''

Seeing gains in Brooklyn, Google may aid small biz in Queens, Manhattan

Seven months ago, Google joined forces with the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce to help small businesses in immigrant and low-income communities market themselves on the Internet. Emboldened by the... To view the full story, click the title link.

HP's Instant Ink: Printing as a Service?

Hewlett-Packard's new line of personal and small business inkjet printers are IoT-enabled devices that have supplies which are ordered automatically and billed on a per-page basis. Will consumers and SMBs bite on this new pricing mo...

Sprint, AT&T Competition Could Mean Lower Fees

Competition between two big service providers can actually benefit customers. In this case, that includes small businesses in need of inexpensive communications.

Let’s Get Government Out of the Business of Enforcing Government Laws

There is nothing in this world that says “small government” more than the idea that local government officials should be able to enforce law based on whim and personal preference: “There never should have been any limitations on people of the same sex having contracts, but I do object to the state putting its imprimatur […]

Small Firms Slow to Embrace Chip-Card System

Many small businesses aren’t racing to update their checkout systems ahead of an Oct. 1 shift that will put merchants on the hook for some fraudulent card charges.

Nominations Now Open for 2015 Small Business Influencer Awards

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Small Business Influencer Awards. The awards showcase the best people, companies, and products important to small business.

What’s The Most Obvious Tip You’ve Ever Shared With Someone?

Although most of my travel is with my family, I still do a small amount of travel for work. As I suspect is true for most of us, my business travel is rarely glamorous -- recently I wrote about my flight on a United Q400 propeller plane...Show More Summary

Finalists Chosen in Contest for Small-Business Super Bowl Ad

Ten small businesses are finalists in the contest sponsored by software maker Intuit Inc. that will give the winner a 30-second spot during Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7. The public now gets to vote online to choose the winner.

5 Questions to Answer for Your Small Biz Before Summer's End

For many small businesses, summer is slower than the rest of the year. Rather than getting caught up in another game of Words with Friends, use these fleeting long days to take a look at your business operations. Likely you could make a few changes for the better. 1. Show More Summary

SMEs back penalty rates cut plan

Small business backs Productivity Commission call for more flexible workplace arrangements.

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