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39 of the Best 2014 Business Trend Article Collections
Small Business Resources, women business owners, Women In Business
39 of the Best 2014 Business Trend Article Collections
9 January 2014

It has officially been about a week since the beginning of the New Year. Like it or not, 2014 is in full swing. Some of us hit the ground running with grand plans, new goals, as well as both personal and professional New Year’s resolutions. Read more…

    21 of the Top “Best of 2013″ Articles
    Small Business Resources,Women In Business
    21 of the Top
    1 January 2014

    It wouldn’t be the end of a year without lots of posts about what worked and what didn’t for the year before. As the year comes to a close, it’s a common practice to look back and figure out what went wrong and plan to duplicate our successes. Around this time of year, hundreds of articles are written about what was “the best of” the year we’re leaving. Read more…

      4 Online Accounting Tools for Growing Small Businesses
      Small Business Resources,Women In Business
      4 Online Accounting Tools for Growing Small Businesses
      27 December 2013

      Every small business has to deal with accounting at some point. Small businesses need to track invoicing, outgoing payments, and taxes, among other things. While hiring an accountant is an important step to keep organized, it helps if the records you give them are well organized and detailed. Read more…

        17 Outsourcing And Virtual Assistant Resources for Small Businesses
        Small Business Resources,Women In Business
        17 Outsourcing And Virtual Assistant Resources for Small Businesses
        23 December 2013

        This article is part of a series covering tools that help you run your small business like a large company. You can find the first article in the Scale and Upscale Your Business┬áhere, which will have live links to each installment. Some of these resources may be familiar to you for individual or micro-business purposes. Read more…

          Scale and Upscale Your Business with Outsourcing
          Small Business Resources,Women In Business
          Scale and Upscale Your Business with Outsourcing
          23 December 2013

          This article is part of a series covering tools that help you run your small business like a large company. You can find the first article in the Scale and Upscale Your Business┬áhere, which will have live links to each installment. As your small business grows, you may run into times when you need some extra help, but it’s not cost-effective to bring in a new employee or even temporary staff. Read more…

            5 Tools to Help You Scale and Upscale Your Business Phone System
            Small Business Resources,Women In Business
            5 Tools to Help You Scale and Upscale Your Business Phone System
            17 December 2013

            In our Women Grow Business community discussion last week, Kami Huyse helped us learn how to achieve more small business success by running them like large companies. Toward the end of the chat, we discussed resources and tools that can help your small business be more polished and organized (or upscale), as well as those that can help you manage the demands that come with working with a larger company (i. e. Read more…

              Does Your Company Need a DUNS Number?
              Small Business Resources,Women In Business
              Does Your Company Need a DUNS Number?
              3 December 2013

              If you don’t know what a DUNS Number is, don’t fret. Many business owners have no idea what the number is or what it’s for, until there comes a time when they may need it. A DUNS number is a unique identifier in the Data Universal Numbering System, a unique nine digit number that identifies business and certain organizations by location. Read more…

                How to Get Leads From Small Business Saturday Using Social Media #ShopSmall
                Small Business Resources,Women In Business
                How to Get Leads From Small Business Saturday Using Social Media #ShopSmall
                29 November 2013

                We’ve all heard of Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when the Christmas shopping seasons begins. In contrast to Black Friday, where the focus is on going to the mall to shop at big retail chains, Small Business Saturday encourages consumers to shop in small local businesses. In 2010, it evolved from an small grassroots effort to an organized nationwide event. Read more…

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