ATTACKS ON NEW ENERGY DOCUMENTED Report: Attacks on Renewable Energy Policies in 2015 Elsner and Kasper, July 2015 (Energy and policy Institute) “Fossil fuel and utility interests, concerned about the rise of cheap clean energy, continue...Show More Summary
The top 10 places hail from 9 different states on America's report card on the small metros with the best and worst business climates.
Though small businesses aren’t the ones marketing via mobile or trying to figure out how programmatic advertising works, they still need mobile to do business. Small biz owners (SBOs) and their phones are “attached at the hip” — sometimes literally. The latest research from Manta showed that 80.5 percent of U.S. SBOs use their mobile […]
The One Thing Every Entrepreneur Must Have written by John Jantsch read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Mark Winters Most true entrepreneurs are dreamers, hustlers and some might say visionaries. Show More Summary
A new documentary series from Vox Creative highlights the stories of some successful entrepreneurs who were able to start a small business from nothing, essentially. The series explains how they made it from the financial doldrums and how you can emulate that success.
More than 3 million Americans work at least part of their week at home. So your small business is more likely going to be relying on the services of a remote worker, if it hasn't already. So, who is the average work-from-home person...
Product liability claims fall into billions of dollars on an annual basis with over 34 million people being either injured or killed from product-related accidents. One claim could cripple a small business, so what can you do to protect yours? The post 4 Ways to Protect Your Business Against Product Liability Claims appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
What entrepreneur hasn't launched their enterprise with enthusiasm and optimism for the future? Little did you suspect you would one day awake with a groan. After hitting the snooze alarm for the third time, you blubber "I don't want to go to work today." You sound like a snotty-nosed first-grader dreading school. Show More Summary
10 Steps to Building a Repeatable Marketing System written by John Jantsch read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing Marketing is a system, plain and simple. Now, some people take that to mean that you simply create a one size fits all, turn-key set of tactics and call it a day. Show More Summary
Be ware of telemarketing companies claiming they can help you achieve better ranking in the search engines. A flurry of such calls have again gone out to small business owners. But what can such companies really offer?
With more and more small businesses relying on those who work from home
The Traind app allows you to create training exercises and courses to help you bring new people onto your small business team more seamlessly.
A small but busy section of the Houston Ship Channel was closed Tuesday morning after a report of a diesel spill in Greens Bayou. Update: The section of channel was reopened after about 2 hours. The Coast Guard says it received a report at about 7:13 a.m. Show More Summary
So many small businesses have bare roofs, it's a great opportunity to generate a lot of clean electricity.
Google Search got a small, but notable, update today that focuses on helping users determine when it’s the best time to visit a nearby business. After performing a search for a business on Google, then clicking the title to see details like its address, phone number and open hours, for example, Google will also now show you “popular times” for the business in question. Read More
by Kevin Johnson When it comes to the world of Web development, it seems that trends and opinions on the most effective options are constantly in flux. Responsive Web design? Parallax? But at the end of the day, only one hing shouldShow More Summary
When you're doing most of the work for your company, you'll sometimes lose focus of what will really get you growing - here's how to avoid that.
Since inception in 1990, REAP has been known as a lending program that also gives stellar technical assistance/counseling to our clients. We offer the service to startup and existing small businesses at the business site, over the phone,...Show More Summary
Think employee churn is bad? Think again--for small businesses, it might deliver more benefits than costs.
Victoria's Small Business Minister, forced to resign over bullying allegations, wants to take deputy premier with him.