From the monthly archives:

February 2012

Business blogging is not new, it started over a decade ago. And blogging is important to the marketing efforts of small and medium size businesses. As we revealed in part-1 Blogging for Business, a major important  aspect of business blogging is inbound lead-inquiry generation via organic search.  Regular blogging increases search visibility by a significant measurable metric, and that means […]

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We are hearing a lot of talk these days: “The end of business blogging…,” The death of business blogging…,” yada yada. And truly, blogging stats are going down a bit from previous all time highs. What with the many other channels of reader engagement, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, among others, it might not seem worthwhile to start or maintain a […]

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Cloud Accounting? Maybe you’ve heard, “you could use a QuickBooks hosting solution” and didn’t know what it meant or if it even applied to your business. Or, maybe you have multiple locations and need everyone working in a centralized QuickBooks data environment and doing it as simply as possible? AN EASY WAY TO VISUALIZE QUICKBOOKS […]

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From Roth account conversions to new requirements in  capital gain and loss reporting, there are several tax changes for the 2011 filing coming up. Here is a rundown of  ten changes that can be of possible advantage to you this tax cycle.  If you have any questions about these or other tax changes, call us. We’d be […]

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If you manage an SMB, be prepared to communicate. It’s an important part of what  SMBs do. The same thing goes for those who lead them. Here are some expert tips and tools to help you better marshall the communications of your SMB enterprise – Source:  Small Business News –  Opening Up Why you must spend […]

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