6 Tips For Networking in Shared Offices and Co-Working Spaces

Traditional workspaces are on their way out. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates 65 million Americans (40% of the workforce) will be freelancers, temps, independent contractors and solopreneurs by 2020. As this independent workforce grows, more and more shared office and co-working spaces are popping up across the nation to accommodate these non-traditional workers. One of the greatest advantages to ...

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Signs That You’ll Be a Successful Startup CEO

The marketing industries are pulsing with new energy and young entrepreneurs. It seems like the solution to all millennial problems is starting a business. Every few days new small sized companies emerge and break into the market. But you know what? A lot of these startups fail and crumble due to a variety of reasons, one of them being an ...

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Why I Hawked $1 Newspapers Outside of a Race Track

I am the 30 year old founder and CEO, of outdoor media company, Spin My Ad, headquartered in Saratoga Springs, NY.  I personally have sold and closed over 115 advertising campaigns from start to finish. As a start up, I closed deals with local businesses all the way up to corporate giants such as Live Nation, State Farm, The Hearst ...

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Blogging Made Easy: 5 Ways to Create Content

As a business owner I know firsthand that blogging is necessary in order to connect with customers, share expertise, increase SEO, etc. However, I’ve also learned just how difficult it can be to come up with unique and interesting content for my business blog month after month. My company, Transcription Outsourcing, LLC, provides transcription services to businesses and professionals in ...

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Do This, Not That: How to Retain Employees

A company is only as good as its employees. When the time comes to find new talent, it is imperative to take the right approach to the recruitment and interview process. Sometimes, though, we forget that it’s after hiring someone that you really have to nurture them. Once a person is “all in,” shift your approach to making sure they ...

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Best FREE Resource According to 12 Entrepreneurs

As an entrepreneur, especially a bootstrapping entrepreneur finding the best use of your resources can sometimes be the difference between success and failure. We decided to ask some entrepreneurs what they thought the best free resources were for fellow entrepreneurs and business owners. #1 – Google   It may seem cliched, but one of the best resources for entrepreneurs is ...

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10 Tips for Creating Better Content for Your Blog

Recent WordPress Statistics reveal, 53.6 billion posts are produced and published each month. That’s roughly 1.8 billion new posts being published on a daily basis. That’s a staggering amount of content you have to compete with on a daily basis as a blogger. So how do you successfully compete with this staggering amount of new content being posted on a ...

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4 Steps to Creating an Innovative Business

Creating an innovative business starts with leadership. The type of leadership that creates a greater difference, generates more possibilities in business, in people’s lives, and in the world. This type of leadership is benevolent leadership. Where you create business for the good of all. To be innovative you must be unconventional, otherwise you will be stuck deep in the limitations ...

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How Will Time Affect the Performance of Your Business?

There are businesses that are growing at a very fast rate all over the world. They have a strong presence across the globe. These multinational corporations will always have a headquarter somewhere – in a far away land. As you probably know by now, there are some great time differences in various parts of the world. For example, the time ...

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9 Entrepreneurs Share How They Prepare for Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is around the corner and for this post we asked some small business owners what they were doing to celebrate the day. Remember when you shop small, you are helping a parent buy their child a musical instrument or helping them hire an employee. Celebrate Small Business Saturday on November 28, 2015. #1 – Positivity In order to ...

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