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Technology and Small Business

According to the Small Business Administration 99.7% of US employer firms are small businesses. Inc Magazine said in 2014 that 49.2% of America’s workforce is employed by these small businesses.Small business owners often feel immense loyalty and thankfulness to their employees. Many entrepreneurs worry that implementing new technology will hurt those who work for them […]

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Sharing Positive Feedback

Much like in our personal lives there is a fine line between sharing success and coming across as bragging when we discuss our businesses. Our customers want to hear about how well things are going, and new potential customers need to see successes in order to feel confidence towards our businesses. How we handle sharing […]

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Social Media and Feedback

Imagine you are a restaurant owner. Last night didn’t go great. One of the stoves wasn’t working. Two people called out sick. You ran out of chicken. It was the worst night you have had since you opened. You know it. Unfortunately, so do your customers. You wake up the next morning to see some […]

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Making Decisions

Running a small business is hard, very hard. It seems that oftentimes one success brings twenty new obstacles and decisions. Mostly these are the challenges that come with growth and improvement, but sometimes they are hard things that can make or break a business. These moments define a business even in the most subtle ways. […]

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HTML: The Basics

HTML is the language of the internet. To many it is just an abstract concept that they know of but don’t know how to do. The concept of HTML seems intimidating to most people, but in reality it isn’t quite as scary as people think. It is the basis of every website, and it is […]

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