An oldie but goodie. This is hands down my favorite post of all time on startup, as relevant today as the day it was pecked out on Kawasaki's keyboard. Credit crunch? Lack of investment? No problem! Create a product, find someone who will pay for it and go! Number 3 is the one that resonates with me (and, no, it's not because I like the idea of Read More
Your employees have a direct impact on how customers view your business. They are usually the first ones to come in contact with potential customers and their appearance, attitude and demeanor can easily be a turn off. Maybe your employees aren't even aware of the subtle signals they are giving out. Luckily, there are small changes that employee Read More
We receive calls daily from agents inquiring about the Vantage program. They go something like this recent paraphrased email exchange which offers insight on how to build a successful career in the payment industry. Read More
How should you define corporate values for your startup business? Blogger Ben Yoskovitz asks how to balance opportunities with maintaining a company vision. Read More
This post was originally in YOUmoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of SEOmoz, Inc. We all know by this time about the benefits of converting your parameterized URLs to human- and crawler-friendly URLs, but Read More
How this mom-and-pop business decided to start franchising, while keeping its independent flair. Read More
Many people who read this blog have caught one of our post in our series titled: “Rules for Entrepreneurs”. It is located here at http://blog.networksolutions.com/category/rules-for-entrepreneurs-series/ and has been extremely well received. However with the launch of Grow Smart Business, we have found it is better for the series to continue on ov Read More
Over 20 years ago, I rented an office in downtown Old Greenwich, Connecticut, across the street from the best sandwich shop in town. The first time I went into the shop, I noticed that the menu was a copy of an original created on a typewriter. The thing was barely legible and made worse by scratched out prices with new ones scribbled in. The menu Read More
Though I certainly don't represent any of the companies or individuals in this video, as a professional blogger I agree with the importance of blogging to businesses and organizations today. Enjoy! Read More
His economic team appears to have focused on issues directly related to the crisis rather than on a more ambitious overhaul, says Rep. Melissa Bean (D-Ill.) of the House Financial Services Committee. Obama administration officials appear to have had two key concerns in writing the most significant financial rules since the Great Depression -- mov Read More
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