Posts Tagged ‘small business’

Twitter Link Roundup #162 – Small Business, Social Media, Design, Copywriting, Marketing And More

Ross | January 18th, 2013

Every day on the crowdSPRING Twitter account and on my own Twitter account, I post links to posts or videos I enjoyed reading or viewing. These posts and videos are about logo design, web design, startups, entrepreneurship, small business, leadership, social media, marketing, and more! Here are some of the links that I’ve liked and […]

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The Science of Productivity: How To Get More Done In Less Time

Ross | January 17th, 2013

Most successful entrepreneurs and small business owners are highly productive and efficient. Imagine what you can accomplish if you could do more in less time! Did you know there is a science of productivity? Many studies have shown that certain practices substantially increase productivity, while other practices make it more difficult for us to meet […]

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Small business Congress-watch: Two Reasons to Call Your Representative!

Mike | January 14th, 2013

On occasion we take a look at recent legislation coming out of our Federal government in Washington. While the news is often discouraging and the activities of our politicians typically frustrating, there are those times when truly great ideas are put forth and, every so often, these idea become actual laws. Hard to believe, but it is […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #161 – Small Business, Social Media, Design, Copywriting, Marketing And More

Ross | January 11th, 2013

Every day on the crowdSPRING Twitter account and on my own Twitter account, I post links to posts or videos I enjoyed reading or viewing. These posts and videos are about logo design, web design, startups, entrepreneurship, small business, leadership, social media, marketing, and more! Here are some of the links that I’ve liked and […]

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Small Business and Startups: 5 Threats to Your Online Security

Mike | January 7th, 2013

How often do we read about online security breaches, loss of data, or massive credit card theft? While these events typically involve larger companies or even governments, all businesses are vulnerable to fraud, theft, or other forms of malice or  just plain mischief. Most small businesses assume that it is only larger companies are at […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #160 – Small Business, Social Media, Design, Copywriting, Marketing And More

Ross | January 4th, 2013

Every day on the crowdSPRING Twitter account and on my own Twitter account, I post links to posts or videos I enjoyed reading or viewing. These posts and videos are about logo design, web design, startups, entrepreneurship, small business, leadership, social media, marketing, and more! Here are some of the links that I’ve liked and […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #159 – Small Business, Social Media, Design, Copywriting, Marketing And More

Ross | December 21st, 2012

Every day on the crowdSPRING Twitter account and on my own Twitter account, I post links to posts or videos I enjoyed reading or viewing. These posts and videos are about logo design, web design, startups, entrepreneurship, small business, leadership, social media, marketing, and more! Here are some of the links that I’ve liked and […]

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Key Digital Marketing Trends For 2013

Ross | December 20th, 2012

Whether you run an established small business or startup, or plan to start one in 2013, you will need to understand how to leverage digital marketing to find new customers and increase sales. Market firm eMarketer recently put together a helpful slideshow, highlighting digital marketing trends they believe to be most important. The five key […]

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The Power of Thinking Long-Term

Ross | December 19th, 2012

Amazon is an unusual company. It focuses on the long-term (typically 10 to 20 years) instead of short term (typically quarterly earnings). For example, in talking about the Kindle, Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s CEO, offers the following insight: Go back in time when we started working on Kindle almost seven years ago.  There you just have […]

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What Job Are Your Customers Hiring Your Products To Perform?

Ross | December 18th, 2012

If you are an entrepreneur or small business owner developing a new product or service, how can you figure out what jobs people want done that they have difficulty doing? If you have an existing product or service, how can you improve that product or service to increase sales? Clay Christensen suggests an interesting approach: […]

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