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How to Increase Customer Loyalty

There are five main reasons why increasing customer loyalty is important. We share these tips here.

​4 Lead Nurturing Techniques to Improve Customer Relationships

Customer retention is key to growing your business and creating marketing campaigns that make an impact.

Poll Results: Biggest Challenge Small Businesses Face

We wanted to find out the biggest challenges business owners face. So we took to our Twitter page and asked our followers to weigh in! Here are the results.

Don’t Have Money for Marketing? Drive Traffic to Your Website​

Something many LLC businesses have a problem with is engaging with customers. Follow these tips to drive traffic to your website.

Automate Your Way to More Time as a New Business Owner

Since I cannot find more than 24 hours in a day, and I cannot find several more of me to help run my business, I’ve learned to automate my way to more time.

Finding a way into the media spotlight

Startups can utilize the media to gain free publicity. The trick is knowing how to market the company as a newsworthy topic. Many small businesses manage to tap into a

How to secure email without encryption

As entrepreneurs get ready to file as an LLC and start a corporation, they exchange numerous emails that contain sensitive company information, from tax forms to human resources data. It

Breaks from work can increase productivity

After filing an LLC and doing the legwork to get a new company on its feet, a business owner might need a break to get refreshed and re-energized. Beth Goldstein, president of

Why Your Business Must Use Social Media to Reach Prospects

There are 30% of the world’s inhabitants that are online, and this will double in the next 5 years. 80% of Americans use at least 1 social network, representing 245

Why Multitasking Decreases Productivity

Multitasking is a common part of the workplace however, research shows it makes us less effective, increases mistakes and stress, and costs the global economy an estimated $450 billion annually.