Sarah Dunbar runs Pretty Penny, a vintage clothing store in Oakland, California. As the owner, Sarah does it all: the bookkeeping, the social media marketing, the website management, and most of the buying. “It’s a lot to learn,” she admits, “and you teach yourself a lot.”

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Kevin Muldoon explains in this post how he registered back in 2017, created a blog and make it successful to finally sell it later in 2010 for $60,000. Read More

The One Piece of Business Advice No One Ever Seems to Share

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Made Hot by: justretweet on December 20, 2016 4:58 pm
Small business owners are always looking for that one simple tip, that on piece of advice, that one secret that will make their business of an overwhelming success. But it could be that the most important piece of small business advice isn't that simple -- or much of a secret. Here Chris Brogan tel Read More
This holiday season is breaking records for online sales, and nobody is selling more online than But how does your ecommerce site get its share of holiday sales? Kevin Gibbon, co-founder and CEO of Shyp — a provider of parcel pickup, packaging, and shipping for SMBs — says that small b Read More

How to make sexy systems

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From 709 days ago
Made Hot by: Shanna94 on December 7, 2016 4:06 pm
In just a few years, Tony Brown went from working 18 hours a day as a freelance consultant to being able to run his business remotely while travelling round Jamaica for eight weeks with his family.

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Pizza Pizza's "Accidental" Marketing Bonanza

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From 721 days ago
Made Hot by: SimplySmallBiz on November 29, 2016 10:59 pm
Pizza Pizza, a large chain, launched an offer that featured massively discounted tickets to the Grey Cup, the championship game for the Canadian Football League. While the CFL cracked down on the offer, Pizza Pizza scored a huge marketing win. Read More
Not every successful small business is glamorous.

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Life of a Solopreneur - The SiteSell Blog

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Made Hot by: JoshRed on November 6, 2016 8:43 am
What's life like as a "solopreneur?" What's the difference between an entrepreneur and a solopreneur? Let's ask Lilach Bullock​: Read More
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