Catskill doing happy dance. Content marketing gives B2B biz a boost. More.
Facebook resources for business users
Learn what Facebook can do to help you use its free and paid services for your small business with these Facebook business resources from the Facebook Help Center.
Cash-only businesses draw IRS scrutiny
Small business operations should use the most sophisticated method of tracking earnings and payments the small business can afford. Cash-only businesses can quickly draw the attention of the IRS.
Content marketing gives B2B marketers an edge
B2B marketers can outsmart their competition—while increasing brand awareness, brand preference and leads—by providing free, non-promotional information customers find valuable, through content vehicles such as blogs
What’s the objective for your website?
Even a small business needs a website that does what the business needs done. If you’re not sure what objective is for your businesses, this short article suggests five generic objectives. One of the probably will give you a good place to start your thinking process.
4 ways to make your business better in 2016
Identify ways to make your rural small business better, more profitable and more rewarding this year using these simple directions to help you analyze each aspect of your business:
- Look at trends.
- Look at your competitors.
- Look at your overhead.
- Drop the dogs.
Learn about marketing from your competition
Look at what your competition is doing in marketing. See what’s working and what’s not working for them. From that, you can decide what is likely to be a waste of time for you, and what is likely to pay off for you.
Catskill doing a happy dance
Any time move to rural New York is announced in the The New York Times, the move is likely to be a big deal for area small businesses.
The American Dance Institute of Rockville, Md., is moving to the former Dunn Builders Supply in Catskill. The facility will be remodeled to provide a performance space and residence for up to 20 artists.