Your business is not alone.
Many businesses struggle to keep a positive cash flow in place. More than likely, you can make a few simple changes that would improve your cash flow dramatically!
In addition to being necessary for securing funding, a Business Plan is, at its heart, a plan for understanding how your business will be structured and how that structure will function.
It is an undeniably critical document.
So, you’ve put together a substantial email list and you’ve planned a strong email campaign. How do you tell if it’s working?
The CAN-SPAM (Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing) Act, passed in 2003, sets rules for using commercial email and lays out the penalties for violation of these rules - and the penalties are no joke. Each separate email found to be in violation of CAN-SPAM can carry a fine of over $40,000!
Last week we took a look at how keeping a content calendar can help you stay on top of your digital marketing strategy. But building and using that calendar requires a large amount of content.
Does your small business create video content for YouTube to market its products or services? If not, you may want to consider the following:
Are you a Snapchat user? The app has exploded in popularity - from 5 million daily active users in December 2013 to over 150 million today. So, how can Snapchat help you with marketing your small business?
Anyone else here a former Pinterest addict?? When it first appeared on the scene, I couldn’t get enough of all of the craft ideas, cleaning tips, and delicious-looking recipes. While I still occasionally spend time on Pinterest, it’s not hours a day like it once was. That’s why I was surprised to learn that Pinterest is still growing! From September 2015 to September 2016, Pinterest added 50 million monthly active users - up from 100 million to 150 million.