Sat.Aug 22, 2020 - Fri.Aug 28, 2020

10 Tips to Use YouTube to Market Your Business

Dumb Little Man

Since its introduction in 2005, YouTube has become an indispensable marketing tool for every business. With more than one billion users, YouTube is definitely not a platform to ignore if you want to grow your business.

2020 186

The Value in Unplugging

Simple Productivity Blog

Is there any value in unplugging? I have a confession to make: I design software and databases by writing on a window with a dry-erase marker. I also do my podcast outlines and about a quarter of my blogging on paper.

2020 130

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The Census Bureau's Small Business Pulse Survey is Back and Shows the Pandemic is Still Taking A Toll on SMBs

Small Business Labs

The U.S. Census started a COVID-19 impact survey back in April to measure how the pandemic was impacting small businesses.    The weekly surveys ran until the end of June. Unfortunately, the pandemic wasn't over by then. 

2020 75

The Past Tense of “Lead” Is Spelled “Led”

Daily Writing Tips

The past tense of the verb to lead (pronounced / leed /) gives some English-speakers as much trouble as the past tenses of lay and lie. The prevalence of past tense led misspelled as lead on amateur blogs and social media like Reddit is not surprising.

2020 86

The ABC’s of Debt Consolidation – What It Is And How To Do It Properly

Dumb Little Man

People all around the globe are currently struggling to pay numerous loans. If you’ve heard of debt consolidation and would like to know if it’s a viable option for you, then it’s this is the perfect opportunity to learn the ins and outs of this debt refinancing. What is Debt Consolidation?

2020 190

How To Recruit Top Talent

Small Business CEO

The job market has changed a lot in recent years, and studies show that candidates , rather than employers, are now the ones making the big decisions.

2020 81

3D Printer Homebuilder Raises $35 Million

Small Business Labs

Iconn , a developer of advanced construction technologies, recently raised $35 million. They're  They're best known for their giant 3D printer that builds houses and other structures.

2020 58

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10 Must-Have WordPress Plugins for your Student Blog

Dumb Little Man

If you are in the learning industry, you’re probably looking forward to using your website to organize your teaching materials. WordPress offers various plugins to assist you to build, sell subject lessons, or turn your page into an education hub.

2020 173

Simple Steps to Keeping your Employees Safe in The Workplace

Small Business CEO

Whether you own a small business with a handful of employees, you’re a contractor with a huge team of skilled workmen or you run a busy office when you’re an employer, the safety of your employees is your responsibility.

2020 79

Feeling Burned Out? What to Do Right Now

45 Things

While working during the pandemic, 37 percent of American workers report they're putting in longer hours, with 40 percent saying they've experienced burnout during this time. That's not good.

2020 52

The Mistakes Smart Guys Make With Women

Dumb Little Man

There are a lot of smart guys out there. They’re successful with good educations and stable jobs, and they also respect women. They’re just overall good guys. Yet even these men seem to be able to mess up relationships with women repeatedly and with such ease that it makes it almost seem deliberate.

2020 168

7 Ways to Boost Your Financial IQ

Dumb Little Man

Understanding finances can be quite a difficult task. Let’s be honest here – no one teaches you how to calculate taxes in school or how interest rates really work. That’s why so many people are struggling with their debts.

2020 163

How to Save Money as a New Parent

Dumb Little Man

Having a baby can end up being an unexpectedly heavy drain on your finances. If you’re in the US, you’ll likely have to spend between $7,000 to $14,600 annually in your newborn’s first 2 years of life.

2020 157

How Much Screen Time is Enough?

Dumb Little Man

In the 21st century, it’s unlikely you aren’t addicted to technology. Although our reliance on technology serves many benefits, it can also present risks. In the digital era, it’s no secret we need screens, but how much screen time is enough? Are Kids More At Risk?

2020 187

7 Things to Look Out For in a Good Point-Of-Service Software Solution

Small Business CEO

A reliable POS system is crucial for the success of any retail business. However, with several systems competing for first place on the market, settling on a final decision can pose a daunting task for the inexperienced small business owner.

2020 65

Ways to Find Someone Using Phone Number

Small Business CEO

In today’s world of technology, it is straightforward to do everything online with the Internet’s help. The time has evolved this much that you can even find anyone on the Internet by using any information that you know, like their name, phone number, address, or appropriate information.

2020 65

Banking Tips for Small Businesses

Small Business CEO

Money can either make or break your business. However, that doesn’t mean you’re paying attention where you should. By all means, keep track of money coming in, money going out, and strategies that can increase cash flow, but don’t forget about the basics—like your bank account.

2020 65

How to Enhance your Marketing Campaigns with Next-level Technology

Small Business CEO

Today digital marketers are able to wield an unprecedented array of technological tools. More than ever before, they’re able to reach the right audience, and better able to persuade that audience. But what exactly do these tools look like, and what might the future hold for them?

2020 63

Here’s How to Change Your Data Analysis Strategy Post-COVID

Small Business CEO

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the world and changed the way we do business, perhaps irrevocably.

2020 63

Why Most People Fail At Trying To Grow Their Personal Finances

Small Business CEO

Every person must have a good handle on his or her finances to be able to navigate life easily and with a positive outlook. It’s equally important to have a strategy that causes those finances to grow. Unfortunately, many people fail at giving their personal finance growth any momentum.

2020 61

How to Refine Your Business’ SEO Endeavors

Small Business CEO

No business that wishes to remain competitive in the digital age can afford to treat SEO as an afterthought. With search engine optimization playing a large role in nearly every enterprise’s digital marketing efforts, businesses that shrug off SEO do so at their own peril.

2020 60

What to Do When Pandemic Affects Your Finances

Small Business CEO

In the event of a pandemic, such as the Covid-19 global disaster, one has to remain physically fit, but unfortunately, you might juggle some financial challenges. You should, however, know that you are not alone in this since millions of people are affected by the same pandemic.

2020 60

3 Sustainable Ways to Side Hustle and Earn Extra Cash

Small Business CEO

Household expenses tend to increase over time, which means you need to grow your income just to hold steady. And if you want to improve your financial situation, you may need to add some different streams of income. No Such Thing as Easy Money.

2020 60

Everything You Must Know About the Paycheck Protection Program

Small Business CEO

The pandemic has done its best to bring America to its knees. We can see this in the way it has worsened political divides, created a housing crisis and is preventing many schools from functioning normally this fall semester.

2020 60

The 7 Best Things About Building Insurance

Small Business CEO

A home is one of the most significant assets for every homeowner. It has many belongings that need to have a security backing should anything happen. Therefore, it makes sense to get home insurance to protect the investment against unforeseen happenings.

2020 56

6 Reasons Skipping That Concrete or Asphalt Repair Will Cost You More Than Money

Small Business CEO

Concrete has a strong history of being a reliable foundation for construction projects, including bridges, houses, curbs and sidewalks. Reinforced concrete was created in 1849, and the first concrete bridge was built in 1875. While concrete is made to last, it won’t necessarily last forever.

2020 56

Navigating These Trying Times: How Has COVID-19 Impacted the Accounting Profession?

Small Business CEO

When 2020 got started, people in the accounting profession had a lot to be happy about. Many CPAs were looking forward to a busy season, especially considering the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, P.L. 115-97. The financial markets were off to a good start, and everything looked rosy.

2020 56

4 Workplace Must-Haves

Small Business CEO

The COVID-19 health crisis has made it a bit of a challenge for many offices to open up safely. However, with the right precautions, you can still welcome your staff back to your place of business during this pandemic.

2020 52

Does Data Encryption Help in Data Backup?

Small Business CEO

Data encryption is a critical feature in backing up processes that enhances data security among organizations and individuals. Cybercriminals are devising ways to infiltrate systems even with slight vulnerability.

2020 52

7 Easy Ways to Boost Your Company’s Organic Search Rankings

Small Business CEO

Ranking organically on page one or two of search engine results pages (SERPS) is an incredible achievement in the digital marketing world. Research shows that page one of SERPs receives approximately 75 percent of online traffic. Subsequent pages receive the remaining 25 percent.

2020 52

How a Spend Visibility Service can Reveal Savings Opportunities for your Business

Small Business CEO

The battle to secure long term financial stability for your business rages each day. In light of present uncertain economic uncertainty, finding ways to save money and track your business spending is key to your continued success.

2020 52

Take your inventory and logistics management to the next level with an impact recorder

Small Business CEO

A savvy business owner is always looking for ways to save money, cut costs and protect their own inventory while simultaneously ensuring they take care of the customer. One major pain point along that journey is damaged inventory, equipment or supplies.

2020 52