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For many, running a business – no matter how small – is a way to gain independence. With your own business you can take control of the reins, set your schedule, make your own decisions, and chart your own path. It’s grueling work, but it can be an exhilarating ride. Business expert and fellow busin Read More
Some small business owners still think social media marketing is just "not for them." We asked 10 young entrepreneurs to chime in on the risks you take by avoiding or ignoring social media in today's business world. Read More
In a lot of ways, the information technology revolution hasn't really begun for many smaller companies as it has for larger companies. But a good multi-disciplinary technology consultant can help you identify opportunities you may never have considered. Read More

Paula Deen: A Lesson in Crisis Communications

Paula Deen: A Lesson in Crisis Communications - http://experts.allbusiness.com Avatar Posted by dhennessy under Public Relations
From http://experts.allbusiness.com 3380 days ago
Made Hot by: xxysystem90 on July 5, 2013 4:02 am
The recent fall of Paula Deen's empire has been a great lesson in crisis communications. Why did things go so wrong and what could she have done differently? PR expert Gini Dietrich weighs in on the celebrity chef's career implosion. Read More

How to Legally Set Up Multiple Businesses

How to Legally Set Up Multiple Businesses - http://experts.allbusiness.com Avatar Posted by dhennessy under Legal
From http://experts.allbusiness.com 3381 days ago
Made Hot by: SJC on July 4, 2013 6:04 am
In general, there are three approaches for legally structuring multiple businesses. Each approach has its own set of advantages and disadvantages to consider. Incorporation expert Nellie Akalp on what you should know. Read More
Proper “worker classification,” as it is often referred to, is a major focus for the IRS. The primary reason the IRS has upped its focus in this area? Payroll taxes! Read More
Those job candidates you write off as "over-qualified" are the smartest, most seasoned and productive workers you will every find. They will accomplish more in a 40-hour work week than a young green-horn will do in a month. And to top it off, they will work for less pay. Read More
Peer-to-peer lending websites can potentially help your small business, but how much so really depends on your credit score, your business, and your other, more traditional options. Jason Bushey explains. Read More

Get Control of Your Business Documents with Evernote

Get Control of Your Business Documents with Evernote - http://experts.allbusiness.com Avatar Posted by dhennessy under Resources
From http://experts.allbusiness.com 3387 days ago
Made Hot by: logistico on June 26, 2013 1:10 pm
Do you need help organizing all those papers, hand-written notes, and creative business ideas scribbled on the back of napkins? Alex Morris explains how the handy app Evernote may be just the solution for disorganized business owners who need a single place to capture and store their documents. Read More
Risk management is often the overlooked part of strategy, particularly for smaller companies who focus on growth but do not consider the effect of “worse case” scenarios such as the loss of their largest client, product liability, or just plain bad decisions. Read More
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