Category Archives: Business

5 Marketing Lessons to Be Learned by Bob Parson from GoDaddy

Evan’s Note: I don’t know much about marketing, but a reader has provided some thoughts on how GoDaddy’s marketing helped change the domain and hosting world. If there is one connection that will go down in history as one of the best marketing campaigns ever for a company, it is the Bob Parsons GoDaddy connection.Continue Reading

How to Make Every Second Count for Employees’ Work Days

Create a Set of Daily Goals Image via Flickr by Corporate Traveller Each day, create a daily set of goals. Make the goals achievable and stress that this is the bare minimum of what needs to happen. Strive to push them a bit beyond the goals. Once they’re constantly meeting the goals you set forth,Continue Reading

Get What You Need to Open a New Business

Opening a new business can be a lot of fun for anyone who has a great concept. You can get investors to line up for days if your concept is good enough. Chances are you will need to borrow money in order to open the new business. There are a few things you will needContinue Reading

First Thing You Need to Understand When You Want to Open ANY Business…

I was talking to a colleague the other day who happened to open up a restaurant when he reminded me of the most important thing to understand and know before you start ANY business.  It wasn’t the point of the conversation, but it came out pretty quickly.  I know it will sound trivial and rudimentary,Continue Reading

Is There Really a Difference Between Opportunity vs Necessity Entrepreneur

I had never heard of the terms Necessity and Opportunity Entrepreneur until a recent CNBC article titled, “US Entrepreneurship Reaches a 14 Year High” by Heesun Wee.  Mr Wee interpreting a Babson Report states, During the depths of the recession following the 2008 financial crisis, Americans who were frustrated with not being able to find workContinue Reading

Thoughts on Business Cards

Business cards are the tools of the trade and can make a massive impact on the recipient.  Never underestimate the power of the business card on a client as it can make or break a business relationship before it’s even got off the ground.  Hand a flimsy card over during a meeting and the prospectiveContinue Reading