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Think your product idea is crazy? It wouldn’t be the first. But just because a product idea might seem weird or crazy doesn’t mean that it won’t be successful.
From clip-on man buns to protein bars made with crickets, there are actually quite a few seemingly crazy products currently on the market, Read More
If you search Google today on how to find, identify, or define a niche target audience or market for your product, you will encounter 12,500,000 search results. That’s a lot of (probably not so good) advice. If you search Google today on how to create a product for a niche target audience that you Read More
No matter how hard you try to avoid it, you’re going to hear customer complaints about your small business.
This idea is right up there with death and taxes, really. But according to, an overwhelming majority of these complaints can be avoided. New data from the company that’s cre Read More
Ladies and gentlemen. We come together today to once again mourn the loss of Facebook organic reach, to share the grief all of us marketers feel. And perhaps, in that sharing, we can find the strength to look toward the future with some hope. Read More
I grew up in Iowa and I’ve seen my share of silos. They were the tallest structure in my hometown and many of the nearby towns. So when I started hearing about them and their use in business, I have to admit, I was a little confused.
Are businesses stockpiling employees or paperwork somehow? Are t Read More

Don't Have a Verified Twitter Account Yet? Read This

Don\'t Have a Verified Twitter Account Yet? Read This Avatar Posted by lyceum under Social Media
From 7 days ago
Made Hot by: steefen on July 27, 2016 10:01 am
On July 19, Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) announced the creation of an online application process for verified accounts. This process marks the first time that the social media giant has opened the gates to allow any person or business to apply for verified status.

What is a Verified Twitter Account?

I Read More
A New Jersey woman is suing Taco Bell for discrimination. The woman, who is deaf, allegedly visited two separate Taco Bell locations and tried to order by handing employees a piece of paper with her order written on it.
In one situation, the woman said she was berated by the manager and told that Read More
All of us recognize that we have pressure in our lives. There are plenty of resources (to-do lists, productivity apps, Gantt charts, Post-It Notes, etc.) to deal with that. There are certain times, however, when we need a new level of productivity, when we need to perform in a situation where the s Read More
Bubble tea shops have increased wildly in popularity with visits to such businesses jumping by as much as 192 percent in 2015 according to data collected by Foursquare. Franchises for coffee and tea abound. But just like starting your own coffee shop, starting your own bubble tea business is a real Read More
Once you’ve started your business and got all the basics covered, you still need to work to constantly improve. Whether you need a little push when it comes to finances, marketing or time management, there are some unsuspected secrets out there for growing your business to ridiculous success. Check Read More

This Could Be One of the Most Underestimated Employee Benefits

What's more important than salaries at your small business? Small business owners and entrepreneurs sometimes believe they …

Kelvin Cech @FunctionWriting Lives Solopreneur Dream

Sometimes it's easy to forget, but a little over a year ago, Kelvin Cech was stuck grinding out copy for a small sports … More
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