Small Business Blog

How to Create Small Business Advocates Out of Your Loyal Customers
  • 31 January 2017
  • Elvis Michael

How to Create Small Business Advocates Out of Your Loyal Customers

When your loyal customers naturally transform into small business advocates, you can take advantage of all that word-of-mouth marketing has to offer. Instead of focusing on complicated marketing methods

How to Navigate the Employee/Boss Situation Properly
  • 26 January 2017
  • Eric Michaels

How to Navigate the Employee/Boss Situation Properly

Are you the boss first and an employee second, or vice versa? As a small business owner who puts in long hours and makes a lot of the big company decisions, you can often find yourself in a tricky position

4 Entrepreneurial Presidents of the Past: What Can You Learn From These Major Figures in the Business World?
  • 24 January 2017
  • Eric Michaels

4 Entrepreneurial Presidents of the Past: What Can You Learn From These Major Figures in the Business World?

Many former United States presidents were very successful businessmen. Here are some small business lessons that you can learn from four entrepreneurial presidents of the past

How a Presidential Shift Can Affect Your Small Business in Surprising Ways
  • 19 January 2017
  • Eric Michaels

How a Presidential Shift Can Affect Your Small Business in Surprising Ways

Election season can be a time of great uncertainty. While the different sides duke it out and you do your best to remain neutral in the workplace, you have to keep running your small business

Are You a Small Business Tax Deduction Pro? Apply These 5 Tips and You Will Be
  • 17 January 2017
  • Eric Michaels

Are You a Small Business Tax Deduction Pro? Apply These 5 Tips and You Will Be

Launching a business involves more than just executing your ideas. After all, your business can quickly become a well-oiled machine that involves employees, expenses, vendors, and—last but not least—accountants