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If you are a small business owner who is always on the lookout for gadgets or technology pieces that can improve your productivity or make your office a better place to work at, check out these gadgets that you should have on your office wishlist. Read More
If Google Voice, Google Wave, and Google Buzz are grouped together with the existing suite of Google Apps, would it become a budget-friendly teleworking platform? Here are some reasons why Google Apps might be your organization’s ideal telework platform: Read More
When your business establishes a presence on Facebook, you make a commitment to be a good neighbor, a trusted Facebook friend. The emphasis is on being a friend, not a store, a business, or even a customer service help desk. Here are some best practices to market on Facebook without getting burned. Read More
From knowing who to hire next, to ethical and legal concerns, to how to interview the best candidates, to how to evaluate them once they're hired - startups have their work cut out for them when it comes to hiring. If you can afford to hire a trained professional, do so. But if not, you need to learn as much as you can about how to hire the right people. Here's a contribution to your endeavor. Read More
If you want to expand your business, you're going to need some cash. Money still isn't falling off trees for small businesses, and the lending seas can be a challenge to navigate. Although you need funding, you want to make sure your deal is better than the one offered by the neighborhood loan shark. Here are a few options for you. Read More
If you don't want to work from home, but can't afford to rent an office space, then perhaps the best alternative for you is a coworking space. Here's a look at 8 reasons why you may choose coworking over another arrangement. Read More
Maintaining an organization structure that facilitates percolation and acceptance of the best ideas from every source possible is crucial to a small business in this fast changing world. We must be open to different thinking and constructive dialogue between ourselves, our customers and our partners on ways to do our job better. Here are a few ways to properly take on new ideas in your business. Read More
If you think we could use a few more jobs in the U.S. right about now, you should know about the Startup Visa, an idea that has been gaining momentum in the blogosphere since last spring. Last month, Senators John Kerry and Richard Lugar introduced a bill that would create a new class of visa for foreign-born entrepreneurs who start companies (and attract funding for them) here. Read More
Many Facebook apps are built for casual use. But there are quite a few apps that are ideal for a business Fan Page. These are useful for customizing your page with greater detail, showcasing your content from other social sites, and getting more information from your customers. Here are five essential Facebook apps that your business may want to take for a spin. Read More
Google is testing a browser-based opt-out solution for Google Analytics. While it’s unlikely that a lot of users would install something like this, what if they did? That could drastically cripple the entire point of Google Analytics. Read More

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