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This French startup is trying to take away one of Amazon's crucial advantages over small businesses (AMZN)

LONDON — Amazon is a juggernaut. It is bigger than Wal-Mart, and tens of millions of people subscribe to its Amazon Prime premium service. And this huge size helps reinforce its dominance, allowing it to offer a huge selection of items at cheap prices. Show More Summary

Google Maps Can Now Help You Park And Other Small Business Tech News This Week

Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?

Top 10 Things That Keep Small Business Owners Up At Night

With nine of the top 10 small business challenges associated with the government, members of all three parties -- Democrats, Republicans and Trumpicans -- now know where to start to help small businesses.

10 Tips for Maintaining Customer Relationships Online

It's hardly a revelation to small business owners that online marketing has become important -- or that maintaining good customer relationships solidifies customer loyalty over the long haul. But put these two ideas together and you have an unbeatable combination, a secret weapon for building your brand.

50 Small Businesses to Start in Your Backyard

If you want to start a business close to home, and maybe spend some time outside too, consider theses 50 backyard business ideas.

8 Success Drivers Define A Lifestyle Entrepreneur

Until the recession a few years ago, market research indicated that as many as 90 percent of the roughly 20 million American small business owners were motivated more by lifestyle than growth and money. More recently, the desire for extra income has become the key driver in new startups, according to a 2015 study. Show More Summary

Small businesses hope to see Obama-backed rules scrapped

Small businesses are hoping to see some high-profile Obama administration regulations scrapped after Donald Trump takes office, with rules affecting overtime, sick leave and the environment among those that may be taken off the books.        

Small Businesses Plan to Cash in--and Help Out--During Inauguration Weekend

Two transportation startups are taking advantage of the massive influx of people to Washington, D.C.

Obamacare Repeal Could Impact Self-Employed, Buying and Selling of Small Businesses Up

How will a repealing of Obamacare by newly sworn-in president Donald Trump impact small businesses and entrepreneurs.

How to Parter With Large Brands as an Entrepreneur

As a small business owner, you might think that your business isn't "important" enough to work with large brands, but that couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, large brands work with individuals and small business owners all the time. Show More Summary

What Is Your Best Incentive — Besides Money — For Keeping Great Employees? [POLL]

For many small businesses, offering more money to retain great employees may not be an option. We want to know - what's your best incentive besides money?

Measuring Technology ROI for Your Small Business

To make technology investments pay off for your small business, you've got to know how to calculate the ROI before you buy. The post Measuring Technology ROI for Your Small Business appeared first on AllBusiness.com The post Measuring Technology ROI for Your Small Business appeared first on AllBusiness.com. Click for more information about Rieva Lesonsky.

Tax Roundup, 1/20/17: Pass-through businesses are a big deal. Also: Inaugurations, polls, tax policy and more!

“S” doesn’t stand for “small.” The tax world is abuzz over corporate tax reform and the House GOP “Destination-based Cash Flow […]

How Fintech is Bridging the Big Bank Gap

Banks have always been risk averse, leading to unfulfilled demand for small business loans. The result? Fintech trends that make it easier to get funded.

What Should A Small Business Website Offer in 2017?

It’s 2017: If your small business doesn’t have a website, it may as well not exist. It’s common knowledge at this point that one of the first steps in establishing yourself in your field is to secure a website. But what comes next? You...Show More Summary

U.S. Small Businesses Party Like It’s 2004

France reported last week that its summer hosting of Euro 2016, Europe’s soccer championships, added $1.26 billion to its economy. This is good news, for sure, and worth celebrating, but here’s the thing: Why doesn’t France put as much effort into supporting its businesses and markets as it does its soccer franchises? After all, the […]

4 Small Things You Can Say to Impress Your Most Loyal Customers

Businesses spend far too much time trying to win new customers. They study their target demographics and create marketing campaigns they hope will convince consumers to buy. But with all of that effort, they tend to overlook the importance of their returning customers. Show More Summary

Making Big Data User Friendly For Small Businesses

Big data isn’t just for big business. There's a lot of value when you combine big data and small business, but it needs to be done the right way.

What’s Your Gut: Are The Oscars Headed For A ‘Hollywood Ending’?

Back in 2000, we self-appointed geniuses at Inside.com built an elaborate statistical tracker for Oscar contenders. We measured factors large and small—hair color, past awards record, relatives in the business, daily publicity breaks, whatever. Show More Summary

What is a One Page Website and How Do I Use it for Business?

There’s nothing worse than a cluttered website. Fortunately, there's a simple solution for this issue: using a one page website for your small business.

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