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10 Biggest Sales Mistakes and How to Avoid Them Like the Plague

Owning a small business means you’re in the business of selling, whether that’s your product or your services. Luckily, sales skills can be learned much like a sport or a hobby and the more practice you get, the better you’ll be. Qualities in outstanding salesmen include being proactive, friendly and disciplined. Selling is an art and by fine-tuning your skills, you’ll see an immediate increase in sales when it comes to …Read More

Best Places to Find Coupons and Discounts for Your Small Business

You’ve just loaded up your shopping cart with must-haves for your business. And you’re about to complete an online order that you believe is saving your company a bundle if you’d gone to a brick-and-mortar store (or stores) for everything. The total looks good and you’re about to hit the button to send a payment. But wait! That box asking for a coupon or promo code is empty. And there …Read More

Snow, Ice and Frozen Pipes: What Commercial Property Owners Need to Know

With the official start of spring on March 20, many are hoping that the harsh winter of 2015 will fade quickly. Unfortunately, depending on how far north you are, you may be looking at more ice and snow until April. With this in mind, commercial property owners are worried about the effect of winter weather and the spring thaw on their locations, especially when their buildings have flat roofs. Case …Read More

What To Do When You Hit a Wall in Your Business

Everything’s chugging right along in your business. You love getting to the office every day, interacting with clients, and having the freedom to set your own schedule. But then something happens, and you’re less enamored with what you do. You start to feel jaded and frustrated. Maybe your client base has trickled down dangerously low. Or you’re just not excited about your products anymore. You don’t know how to move …Read More

10 Warning Signs of Customer Service Issues in Your Company

Maintaining good customer service is a constant process. While it may never be perfect, it’s important to try and keep as many customers satisfied as possible. To do so, you need to be aware of the warning signs of customer service issues. When you’re aware of the signs, you’ll be better prepared to take action. Your Customers are Complaining If your customers are not happy with your customer service, you’ll likely start receiving …Read More

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