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It’s a fact that most new small businesses struggle. It’s part of the process. Still, keeping a business afloat in a rough business climate can be a daunting challenge. Here are six steps you can take to keep your business afloat and financially healthy.
When a customer hangs up on you mid-conversation, it’s easy to tell what you did wrong. In fact, they probably told you exactly what their issue was. But when customers hang up on your phone system before you even get to speak with them, that’s another problem. Here are five mistakes that make customers hang up.
To ensure that you and your business are able to stand up to challenging situations, you have to familiarize yourself with some of the typical problems small business owners face. Here are five common struggles of a small business owner.
Your support team is the primary (and often the only) customer touchpoint. If you've recently moved your business to a virtual setting, here is how to build up your remote customer support team for a seamless customer experience.
Whether you’re the owner of a brick-and-mortar storefront, you’re strictly an online merchant, or you run your business from a food truck, you want to ensure that customers can pay conveniently and that you understand exactly what it costs your business to make that happen.
If your office can’t handle a remote worker, it may already be out of date. And with the rise and spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), individuals and companies around the world are rapidly beginning to question the way they conduct their business. Here's how to effortlessly connect a team of remote workers.
The future of work is becoming more and more remote. Here are some tips on how to build an organized, modern digital Office space that you will fall in love with.
There is a type of lead that companies too often ignore: potential leads. For some reason, they may never became full-blown leads for your company. Why? Find out how to avoid lost leads and how to capture and keep potential leads.
Anyone who runs a business knows that clutter can be more substantial than some piles of paper on your desk. De-cluttering can mean cleaning out an email inbox, reorganizing your schedule, sorting through voicemails and more. Here'a a quick guide to help you de-clutter your business life.
Falling behind on your bookkeeping? Here is a simple step-by-step guide to catching up on your bookkeeping that you can implement now.