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Wow, Rachel! That's quite a statistic! Online data will increase 500 percent by 2020? Unreal! Just think of the competition your blog posts and tweets will face by then! What's your personal feeling about the kinds of content we'll need to stand out from the crowd in a future of such dramatically increased volume? "
Hi Illeane, I guess I do agree with all the tips here. And thanks for sharing Ahmed's post. My question -- for you or him -- is when we talk about the best of everything and anything, how wide or narrow should content creators be designing their niches?"
Hi Steve, Great review! There are so many backup and cloud options for businesses today. It's strange how so many of us still seem to consider storage on our own server on our own premises safer, but this just may not be the case anymore. And, of course, cloud storage of just about any kind of data is becoming cheaper and cheaper. Something for all small business owners to seriously consider moving into the future. "
Incredible article, Joel! Doing an interview with mainstream media is a great opportunity to reach out to those outside the entrepreneurial community who may have only thought about starting a business or buying a franchise. Do you get a lot of response from doing this kind of thing? "
Thanks to Chris Reston for the article and Sharon Reid for sharing it here on BizSugar. Yes, cash flow is the key. It doesn't matter what kind of business you run, what products or services you sell or for what price. Success all come down to keeping that money moving. So let's ask the community. Anyone have any other suggestions about how to keep your cash flow -- er -- flowing?"
Hi Kim, This is certainly all stuff we've heard before -- particularly as the Brexit vote loomed. I guess one relevant question might be for tech firms who may use telecommuting freelancers and cloud services from all over the world, how big a deal is this likely to be? Is virtual collaboration of this kind even something the government can realistically regulate? "