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What Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Can Do for Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday is a holiday tradition when consumers revel in getting fast online deals. The holiday season is a great time to sell products and services. Many consumers try to avoid Thanksgiving traffic, making Cyber Monday a perfect opportunity for entrepreneurs and business owners alike to promote their products and services online. This is an opportunity that you cannot afford ...

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What You Can Do for Small Business Saturday

One of the busiest weekends for shopping would have to be the weekend following Thanksgiving. In the US, small business owners will offer really good deals and discounts for shoppers. This day is commonly known as the Small Business Saturday. As what most people think, it’s a perfect day for each and every individual. Business owners gain sales and give ...

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What Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Can Do on Black Friday

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, business owners and entrepreneurs are preparing for Black Friday. Black Friday kicks off the holiday sale season and is one of the biggest consumer spending days each year. Black Friday makes both consumers and retailers happy. Here are some tips for business owners and entrepreneurs to help stay in competition on this critical money ...

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80+ Marketing Tips for Entrepreneurs & Business Owners [Answers]

Marketing is extremely important to businesses. As good as a product is, it’s important that entrepreneurs and business owners are able to promote their products to potential customers and clients. Rescue a CEO and CEO Blog Nation asked entrepreneurs to provide their 3 best marketing tips and advice. Among the most popular tips are networking, video and content marketing. Maintain ...

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6 Business Struggles Entrepreneurs Face & How to Avoid Them

My first business venture failed, so later in college, I started working with a 2 man business as a bookkeeper. Because their business was so small, I wound up doing a lot of different type of work for them, and I discovered incredible similarities between the challenges they faced and the challenges I had faced in my business: In fact I started to realize that ...

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Making it Big in Business Starts with The Belief You Can

If you want to make it big in small business, you have to believe it.  Regardless how good your product is, or how strong your customer service skills are, a great business success story starts with the belief that you are going to be a success.  Perhaps more entrepreneurs need to realize this because the statistics aren’t promising. According to ...

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A Business Leader's Guide to Investing in Tuition Assistance Programs

While there are many potential benefits of tuition assistance programs (or TAPs), the challenge for business leaders is to manage investments in employee education in a way that maximizes returns–both for the employer and the employee. Not only does a TAP need to encourage the development of specific skills in your workforce, it also needs to empower employees to pursue ...

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6 Different Places Broadband Internet Can Be Of Use

As of now, the growth of Business broadband in San Diego has reached new heights that many customers can now benefit from the use of more responsive internet connection.  Unlike the old times where online connectivity is so slow, right now people find it easier to stay online on a faster and consistent basis than before. This is due in ...

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What Was Your Biggest Hurdle When Starting Your Business? [ANSWERS]

Starting a business can be difficult. Even with an exceptional business plan and all the capital in the world, it is sometimes difficult to create a strong and sustaining business. CEO Blog Nation and Rescue a CEO asked a few entrepreneurs and business owners what their biggest hurdle was when starting their business.   Getting Customers Simplicity Sofas opened its ...

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Getting the Debt-Stress Out of Your New Entrepreneurial Business

Here’s a startling fact:  44% of small business owners use credit card debt to fund their business expenses. And here’s another scary bit of data:  40% of middle-income and lower-middle income families—many of whom run small businesses—use credit cards to fund their daily needs.   (Stats:  creditcards.com.) So what does this kind of debt mean for the start-up entrepreneur? This is what it means:  stress, pressure and ...

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