August, 2014 Archive

Weighing the professionals and Cons of Free City WiFi

The buzz on earth of WiFi at the present time is this: A large collection of cities around the globe are already offering free Internet connections through free city WiFi technology. Even more are expected to soon follow suit. The picture that comes to mind is that individuals might be roaming around with mobile devices that connect with the […]

Tech Entrepreneur’s Survival Guide

Tech Entrepreneur’s Survival Guide In today’s business world, tech startups and incubators looks “The Hot Black.” I just came home from celebrating a Chicago incubator’s launch as I write this. But as Small Business Trends reported earlier this year, reports suggests a decline in tech startups during the last decade, despite widespread media coverage and […]

Want Your Content to move Viral? Here’s Easy methods to Increase Your Odds

Viral marketing means free marketing – or no less than that’s what lots of marketers think. However it isn’t always the case so as to get the absolute best results out of your viral marketing efforts. It doesn’t mean it’s good to make an immense investment. But there are paid options available that let you […]

Our Latest Events Listing so as to Inspect

Welcome to our latest curated list of events, contests and awards for small businesses, solo entrepreneurs and growing companies. To peer a whole list or to submit your individual event, contest or award listing, visit the Small Business Events Calendar . Featured Events, Contests and Awards Who Gives a Fund Contest – Caribbean Cruise Online […]

From Our Community: Lessons from Facebook Messenger, Ice Bucket Challenge

Recently, social media was abuzz with such things as the Ice Bucket Challenge and the debate surrounding Facebook Messenger. While this stuff don’t specifically have got to do with small businesses, there are lessons businesses can take from them. These and other lessons are included on this week’s Community News and knowledge Roundup. Lessons from […]

How one can Take Your Brand from Boring to “Brand Famous”

85 Summary Brand Famous is a book that delivers classic marketing advice in a colourful manner with a fresh new solution to building your brand. 85 How’s your brand doing?  I’ll bet you don’t know, or even you don’t think your enterprise doesn’t need some fancy brand.  In either case, this isn’t excellent news for […]

How you can Make a Business Out of Playing Games

What almost all people bring to mind as a hobby or method to unwind can actually become a viable business venture. From YouTube videos including reviews and “let’s plays,” to giant gaming tournaments with six figure prizes, there are a stunning variety of how to develop online game playing right into a viable business. Johnathan […]

Yahoo Expands Ad Network, SlideShare Offers Free Features

This week, Yahoo expanded one among its advertising programs to incorporate more Web publishers. Which means that businesses might be able to reach more online customers through additional outlets. And more publishers can be capable of herald advertising revenue from this program in addition. In addition, SlideShare announced some added features to its free accounts […]

Is Google Authorship Really Gone?

First Google  dropped author photos from appearing in snippets on Google  search engine results, back in June.  Now Google says it is  dropping “authorship”  from Google search results altogether. But is Google authorship really gone? Better yet, do you will have any idea what I’m talking about? What is Google Authorship? First, let me explain what I’m […]

7 Rules to Follow When Working With Freelancers

Freelancers are awesome professionals who may help your small business grow, before you have to hire employees. I’ve used freelancers for years and they’ve helped my business, a lot. Chris Byers, CEO of Formstack has some thoughts on a way to do that and he’s shared his top tips for working with freelancers below. Learn […]