The following is a guest post from Nate Gilmore of Shipwire. Tell Your Story Don’t hide how you created your product, where the idea came from or your trials and tribulations during the creation process. This is...
The following is a guest post from Chuck Huckaby of our Work at Home blog. I am fascinated by the cooperative movement.  I would love to see work at home businesses emerge which could form larger...
The following is a guest post by Storagepipe. “Did you know that disco record sales were up 400% for the year ending 1976? If these trends continue… AAY!” - Disco Stu Now that most companies rely on...
The following is a guest post by Art Gould. There is nothing more powerful than what you get when you mix a little creativity together with a healthy dose of entrepreneurial spirit. The results can be...
The following is a guest post by Brian Jenkins. A business education doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. You can actually learn about the various aspects of operating a business for free on...
The following is a guest post by Adam Gottlieb. As we march full steam into the new year, maintaining adequate cash flow continues to be one of biggest concerns (read: headache) for small and home-based business...
There are some areas where you can save money. When it comes to technology, you could choose lower specs, go for an older model or buy secondhand. But one area you should definitely not skimp...
The following is by Brenden Sherratt of In The Shark Tank. Shark Tank has begun casting for its second season. If you have a business, which needs funding by the sharks, please e-mail [email protected] You’ll need...
The following is a guest post by Deb Maubach of Homeschool-Entrepreneur.com. I recently read on Momma’s Choice about a family-owned website that consists exclusively of useful items invented by parents. If you have an invention that...
I’ve heard people complaining (or bragging) that they would achieve success easily if only they were provided with the right opportunities. The trouble with opportunities is that they don’t come knocking when you expect them...
The following is a guest post from author and marketing specialist Michael Carney. Social Media is the hottest topic in marketing circles right now and many businesses are feeling pressured to get involved with social outlets...
The following is a guest post from Company.com. If you’re getting your butt kicked, talk to an expert. Sometimes experts don’t look like we expect them to look. Whether it’s the handyman who’s a martial arts expert...
The following is an excerpt from Your Million Dollar Dream: Regain Control and Be Your Own Boss. Create a Winning Business Plan. Turn Your Passion into Profit by Tamara Monosoff. 1. Take a stand for yourself. If...
The following is a guest post by Lloyd Burrell. It can be very difficult to keep a home business running in tip top shape especially when the room in which it is ran becomes unorganized and...
The following is a guest post from John Crickett. Firstly let's clarify what a good business idea is. To me a good business idea is one that is both profitable and sustainable. By profitable, I mean...
The following is a guest post by Lloyd Burrell. Have you been downsized? Are you working at home to save money, or because you have to? Working as a freelancer can be both exhilarating (when...
The following is a guest post by Gail Wallin. WebSafety launched in 2009 after several years of product development. Developed by a group of concerned parents, law enforcement officials and today's top software engineers, the...
The following is a guest post by Brian Davis. Anyone who's tried to sell a piece of real estate in the last three years has likely had a lengthy, dispiriting selling process, filled with compromises and...
photo credit: lirneasia The following is a guest post by Miles Lee. As more and more corporate executives lose their jobs or go into early retirement, business-to-business consulting franchises are becoming more and more popular. All...
photo credit: pingnews The following a guest post from the great people at Company.com. Health insurance -- even with a crazy deductable -- is not an optional expense for a startup. Judith Starkey spent half a lifetime...