Posts Tagged ‘crowdspring’

Keeping designs timeless and offering visual solutions with crowdSPRING creative kokoyangkoo

Nick Bowersox | February 24th, 2017

In our 12 Questions blog series, we feature interviews with someone from the crowdSPRING creative community of 200,000+ designers & writers from 200 countries. Today we feature Natalia, who goes by the username kokoyangkoo. Natalia is a book-loving designer from Indonesia that has been on crowdSPRING for three years. During that time, Natalia has participated […]

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10 Proven Tips for Evaluating Your Competitors When Starting a Business

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 21st, 2017

If you’re working on a start-up or have an established company, there will come a time when you’ll need to evaluate your competitors. There are three components to a good competitive analysis: (1) defining the metrics and identifying the competitors you’re comparing, (2) gathering the data, and (3) the analysis. How do you begin? What […]

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10 Tips to Create a Memorable Tagline for Your Business

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 20th, 2017

As I wrote previously in 10 Tips for Naming Your Startup or Small Business, coming up with a great company name for your new small business or startup can be challenging and time-consuming. Coming up with a memorable tagline can present an even greater challenge. A tagline is supposed to communicate to your customers and potential […]

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10 Proven Negotiation Strategies and Tactics for Small Business

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 17th, 2017

Every small business and startup must negotiate with employees, vendors, customers, and others. If negotiation sends chills down your spine or you want to become a better negotiator, this video is for you. I’ve negotiated with thousands of people over the past few decades (for 13 years as an attorney and for the past ten […]

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Level the Playing Field with These 5 Crowdsourced Designs

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 7th, 2017

Technology has helped close the gap between small businesses and startups and the larger, better-financed competitors they have set out to disrupt. Today, inexpensive and free small business marketing tools, outstanding small business applications from Google, and crowdsourcing have made it possible for startups and small businesses to level the playing field. In some situations, being […]

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