As a small business owner, you wear many the hats. You’re the boss, the employee, the bookkeeper, the marketing team, and everything else in between. At a certain point, you may want to hire additional employees to help with the work load. The question is, once employees are hired, how do you keep them motivated?
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As a small business owner, you already understand the importance of reaching out and establishing great relationships with as many potential customers as possible. You are likely also learning that in order to do that, you have to establish an online presence. Even the smallest of local businesses needs to be online these days. Gone
You have taken the first steps towards starting your own business. Maybe you’re still in the planning and product creation stages, tinkering with supplies and materials in your home. Perhaps you have been providing a service for a while and you’ve just now begun to call your efforts a “business,” expanding your clientele beyond your
Did you know that 88% of business cards are tossed in the trash within a week? If you want your business cards to buck those odds, you’ll need an advantage. Check out these mistakes to avoid when you design your own set of business cards. Mistake #1: Too Plain Simple and sleek is beautiful, but
It’s the beginning of a new year, and there are a few things that you need to think about within the first few weeks. Most business owners have a huge list of tasks that need to be done, but some of these items need to be bumped to the top of the priority list. With
The highly digitized and competitive business world calls for entrepreneurs and investors to come up with creative ways of giving their companies an upper hand. Apart from hiring qualified staff members and coming up with robust marketing strategies, companies need to have a recognizable logo on their products, official document letterheads, building signage and online
A logo is a must have piece of the marketing puzzle, as it can be used to convey a specific message to your targeted audience. A logo is like a small ad for your company, but it is also expected and a standard for most businesses. If you are unsure of whether your company needs
Sean Ellis didn’t plan on founding a startup. But when he “was hit by an epiphany that [he] was perfectly suited to execute,” he decided he had to start the company that became Qualaroo. Before becoming a founder, Ellis held critical marketing roles at Dropbox, Lookout, LogMeIn and Eventbrite. Not a bad resume for a startup
Every Friday (with a few exceptions) we take a look back at the logo design news from the previous week and share a few thoughts about what’s been going on. This week, we saw a bunch of new logos for small towns. We’ve shared our thoughts about this subject a few times before, but it
Ryan Hoover is the founder of Product Hunt, a website that caters to early adopters who share their product discoveries—everything from their favorite books to business applications. The first iteration was built in just four days near the end of 2013, and has grown incredibly quickly. More than 200,000 people receive their daily email noting