Local SEO (which stands for search engine optimisation) is one of the most effective ways of reaching customers who are looking to buy a product or use a service in your area. In this article, simple tips are given for business owners on how… Read more »
In a recent blog post for Small Business, Owen Gough discusses how Livestreaming your business can boost your social media engagement. Not knowing how to make the most out of this tool can effectively kill your chances of achieving your goals. Click though below for… Read more »
Banners can be important to businesses of all shapes and sizes, they represent you, your business and what makes you different from everyone else. In this post Owen Gough answers all the questions you’ve ever had about banners. Click here to read it.
In a recent article for Small Business, Andy Sheild plans create a new business from scratch in just 90mins. Find out if he manages it and if it’s realistic for others. “It’s easy to procrastinate when you’re creating something new, but taking the first step… Read more »
In a recent post on the Small Business website, Celestine Ekpenyong has gone through the process of writing a successful tender. The article which provides some great insight and advice can be read by clicking here.
Have you recently started a business and are having trouble discovering your niche? If you answered yes, you’re in luck as we’ve recently come across an article that aims to help on the Small Business website. With tips provided by Mark Perera, he gives advice… Read more »
Saul Malpass, head of digital at Agency97 has been discussing the 5 key reasons why he believes investing in new equipment will help your business. You can read his thoughts in an interesting article on the Small Business website by clicking here.
In this article posted on the Small Business website, Ben Lobel has discussed some of the best ways students can make extra income through setting up a business whilst studying. Although aimed at students, this article could easily apply to freelancers and self-employed who are… Read more »
In 2013 a study by auditors KPMG discovered that as much as 50% of European employment is created due to family-owned businesses. This amounts to more than 5 million workers, which goes a long way to demonstrate the economic benefits of family owned and run… Read more »