Tag Archives: Entrepreneur

When It Comes to B2B Marketing, Should you be Credible or Incredible?

Should you be Credible or Incredible? Lets’ face it, it is a free market where you can say anything you want about your product or service, true or untrue. Making incredible claims can snag you some customers, but today “Trust” is a business’s most valuable commodity. Here are six strategies to build and keep trust and credibility:

Small Business Stories – Pick of the Week September 2nd, 2017

This week’s top stories include information covering the following four topics:

– Want to Run a Successful Business? Start by Investing in Personal Development
– Gary Vaynerchuk and 150 Other Entrepreneurs Agree That These 2 Things Are Crucial for Success
– How to Make Money Blogging: How This Blog Makes $100K per Month
– 3 Reasons Why ‘Remailing’ Is A Best Practice For Email Marketing

Each week we scour all the top business-related magazines and newspapers for articles with the best advice for the small business owner, so you do not have to.

How to Get Paid as a Manager Member of a Multi-Member LLC

A member in an LLC that is a decision-maker (manager) is considered an employee of the business by the IRS and is treated differently than non-manager members. Income for managers is considered earned income and is subject to additional taxes but also to additional potential tax deductions. Moreover, as a manager, you are exposed to additional liabilities.

Small Business Stories – Pick of the Week August 26th, 2017

This week’s top stories include information covering the following four topics:

– No Money, No Problem: 5 Content Marketing Strategies For A Shoestring Budget
– How You Can Use Learning to Improve Your Marketing Content
– The Big, Easy Guide to Keyword Research for Businesses
– Here Are The Exact Words To Use On Social Media To Get More Customers

Each week we scour all the top business-related magazines and newspapers for articles with the best advice for the small business owner, so you do not have to.

The Truth About Why Draws and Distributions Are Non-Taxable

Draws and distributions are simply a mechanism that allows owners to take out excess cash from the business. In pass-through entities, there are no tax consequences for doing either an owner draw, distribution, or a cash infusion in the normal course of business. This concept often creates a level of confusion for founders not versed in a few basic principles of accounting.

Small Business Stories – Pick of the Week August 19th, 2017

This week’s top stories include information covering the following four topics:

– 8 Reasons You’re Not Getting Any Website Traffic (And How To Fix It)
– 4 Reasons ‘Dabbling’ Is Likely Not Enough to Succeed At a Side Business
– How To Network On Instagram DM
– 4 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting a Small Business

Each week we scour all the top business-related magazines and newspapers for articles with the best advice for the small business owner, so you do not have to.

So Why Does a Franchise Cost So Much Anyway?

A franchise investment isn’t as high as most people think, especially when you put the investment cost into context and compare it with starting a business from scratch. There are eight factors that determine a franchise’s investment costs.

Small Business Stories – Pick of the Week August 12th, 2017

This week’s top stories include information covering the following four topics:

– The Psychological Risks of Being a Solopreneur (and How to Deal With Them)
– How to Make a Fortune With $100
– One Person Stands Between You and Your Best Customers: The Receptionist
– 23 Actionable Tips for More Blogging Success

Each week we scour all the top business-related magazines and newspapers for articles with the best advice for the small business owner, so you do not have to.

VIDEO: Business Licensing Demystified

Not all industries and occupations are treated equally in the eyes of government officials. Some industries and occupations require the business to obtain a “Business License” to operate. This video provides the background into why some industries and occupations require oversight from a government entity.