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What Are the Best Marketing Tactics for Growing Your Small Business?
by Stacy Karacostas
Lately, it seems most entrepreneurs are looking for a marketing “silver bullet” that’s going to take their sales—and their business—through the roof. And plenty of folks are willing to sell you one. ...
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  • The Mature Stage Of A Small Business
    by Hope Player
    If you're still in business after five years of sweat, tears, triumphs, and mistakes, consider yourself a success. The Small Business Administration reports that only forty-four percent of businesses ...
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  • Small Business Finance Options - Invoice Factoring 101
    by Brandon Cornett
    Invoice factoring is a useful but often misunderstood element of small business finance. So in this article, I'll explain what factoring is and how it can help certain business owners sustain their gr...
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  • Small Business Owners - Listen To Harry Nilsson And Keep Your Business In Profit
    by Tara Roitman
    "One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do", Harry Nilsson wrote and he was right. If you're in business, especially if you're a small business, one of anything is a sign of trouble. You sho...
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  • Small Business Marketing Followup - What is Missing from the Know, Like, Trust Mantra of Marketing?
    by Sherrie St. Cyr
    You have heard over and over that before your prospect buys something from you, they have to know, like, and trust you. And it is true. The first step is they have to be introduced to you. What mo...
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  • The Collective Unconscious in a Small Business
    by Charlotte Fairchild
    The cookie cutter chain stores may have competitive similarities. A fast food chain can suddenly offer coffee, and then in reply, a coffee chain offers fast food breakfast. This is different from goin...
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