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7 Steps to Take to Save Your Business During a Divorce
Dec27

7 Steps to Take to Save Your Business During a Divorce

Going through a divorce is a stressful and emotional process on its own. If you are also a business owner, you have even more stress from worrying about what could happen to your business. Luckily, there are steps you can take to save your business during a divorce that will also help relieve some of that stress you may be feeling. 1. Hire a Lawyer You may already have a business lawyer, but you also need to find a divorce lawyer....

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The 6 Stages of Blogging for a Living
Dec24

The 6 Stages of Blogging for a Living

No doubt about it, blogging is becoming mainstream, and the more blogging events pop up around town, the more I get asked about how to get to a stage where you’re actually blogging for a living. The truth is there are several stages. Some of them are tough and some of them are a hell of a good time. The “This is just a hobby” Stage The first stage of blogging for a living is the hobby stage. Most people I encounter started...

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A Merchant’s Breakdown of Credit Card Processing Fees
Dec20

A Merchant’s Breakdown of Credit Card Processing Fees

Credit cards are here to stay; the modern customer craves the convenience of paying with credit cards – even for B2B payments. There are many benefits to accepting credit cards, but it also comes with a cost. Understanding credit card processing fees can be a challenge; this post is your guide to breaking down and understanding your credit card processing fees. Types of fees The first thing you need to know is that there are different...

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Live Video Predictions for 2017
Dec17

Live Video Predictions for 2017

2017 is going to be a blockbuster year for innovation in live video. It’s already picking up steam. Between mid-May and mid-June 2016, media firms streamed more than 5,000 live videos on Facebook. By the end of last June, half of the biggest media pages on Facebook had used Facebook Live, and company pages were streaming six times more live videos in the middle of the year than they were publishing at the start. Now that live video...

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How Obama’s New Overtime Rule Could Affect Your Small Business
Dec13

How Obama’s New Overtime Rule Could Affect Your Small Business

Most of us aren’t crazy about working overtime – especially when we’re not being paid for it. President Obama’s new overtime rule will make some changes in the way workers are paid that may correct that problem for at least some workers. However, the changes may be felt by more than just the workforce. If you are a small business owner, for instance, let’s look at how Obama’s new overtime rule could affect you. 1 Pay Scales As a small...

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10 Website Fails Your Business is Making
Dec10

10 Website Fails Your Business is Making

A website for your business is no longer a luxury. It’s a necessity. But, just because you invested in a website doesn’t mean that it’s effective in connecting with your customers and ultimately improving your sales. While there could be numerous reasons why your website isn’t effective, here are 10 of the most common explanations for website fails. 1. It’s not mobile friendly This shouldn’t come as a surprise to most of us, but for...

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