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Entreparenting: How to be An Entrepreneur with Toddlers

It is 5:30 AM on a Thursday morning when I’m writing this. My children are asleep. In two hours my home will be alive with laughs, cries, requests for random parental services. My children are a joy to me. They

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Why Net Neutrality Matters for Your Small Business

If you were paying attention at all over the last week or two then you’ve likely heard the news about the FCC’s decision on Net Neutrality. You may or may not understand what that means though. The Federal Communications Commission

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7 Books for Every Entrepreneur

No matter what type of business you run, you need to be constantly growing. Gaining new knowledge or skills is always a good thing. Of course, what type of knowledge or skills you gain has a direct correlation to the

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Facebook Advertising: Targeting Works

Whatever product or service you are offering, make sure you are displaying it to the proper audience. The more specific the target, the greater your chances of landing an actual customer.

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3 Hacks for Facebook’s Declining Organic Reach

Publishing 17 posts a day will not help your reach. In most cases it will actually decrease your reach as Facebook’s algorithm will likely penalize you for behaving like a spam-bot.

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Facebook Ads Won’t be Cheap Forever

One inevitable reality that I see happening in the next 5 years is the price correction of these ads.

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Why You’re Losing the Social Media Game

Everyone is on some social media platform. If you own a business and want to reach a wide audience, their is no better way to do it than through social media. However, having an account and posting sporadically is not going

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