Little things will always come up. In life. In business. On the way to work. That’s life. You never know exactly what will come, but you can plan that things will happen…
In 2010, I became a part-time freelance blog writer. I wasn’t really seeking it out, but it kind of came about after I’d been blogging as a hobby for a little over a year. After that, I started getting more curious about bringing on more clients.
Entrepreneurs, contrary to popular belief, are pretty risk averse. Here are some ways to ease the concerns of your potential franchisees.
Getting new franchisees is excited for a business owner and manager. It means growth. It means success. But there is also risk. One is making sure you bring on the right people. And that requires knowing what the best candidates actually want.
The number of people looking to start and/or own businesses definitely seems to ebb and flow, but the interest remains steady. That includes right now.
Nobody is saying you should give your product away for free. But doing it selectively is usually the best way to discount what you’re selling.
The demand for content managers continues to grow. Here is a little insight into the questions to ask if you’re looking to hire for the role.
Hiring a social media manager wasn’t common 10 years ago. Today, it’s very common. Ten years from now, even more common.
Target audience is a tricky thing. A big pitfall for startups is getting too focused on it.
You’ve got a startup. You have a good product. How are you going to be able to convince companies to buy from you?