These days, most small businesses are trying to figure out how to get millennials in their door or to their website. It’s the coveted audience that already outnumbers baby boomers and does the majority of online shopping. To help you target this segment, this week’s Trending on Thursday has great tips for making your small … Continue reading “Trending on Thursday: Tips for Targeting Millennials”
When it comes down to it, it’s all about the customers. The best small business owners know how to tap into their potential customer base and how to keep them happy. This week’s Trending on Thursday has some advice for maximizing the customer service experience and using great digital tools to make it all easier … Continue reading “Trending on Thursday”
So just about everyone is on LinkedIn. But where is the massively popular business-networking platform headed? This week’s Trending on Thursday explains how LinkedIn plans on getting much more involved in its user’s business lives, and we debunk some classic small business myths, provide tips for staying focused at the office and explain in medical terms … Continue reading “Trending on Thursday”
What keeps you awake at night? For a lot of #smallbiz owners, their daily challenges can make the next day seem so overwhelming that it’s difficult to sleep. But without challenges, we can’t grow stronger. This week’s Trending on Thursday takes you through the biggest challenges facing small business owners (and what can be done … Continue reading “Trending on Thursday”
Not all small business owners are social media pros – and that’s ok. But it’s still important to stay up to date on what’s popular and try to leverage those tools to boost your own business’ standing. This week’s Trending on Thursday has a roundup of the latest developments in social media, including new … Continue reading “Trending on Thursday”
In this week’s edition of Trending on Thursday, we’re featuring pieces that encourage the #smallbiz community to take a summer vacation, incorporate Snapchat into marketing plans and quit multitasking.