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An understanding of SEO for small business – SEO is short for search engine optimisation – and its benefits for small business is imperative to increase sales and focus your digital marketing. With Google by far the most popular search engine, optimising your website for the search engine giant’s organic–or non-paid–search results should be one of your chief priorities. This will increase visitors to your website, which can lead to more sales.
An LLC is a Limited Liability Company. Lots of people say Corporation, but that’s not correct.A corporation is owned by individuals who purchase shares. An LLC has owners who invest money into the company.Here’s why small business owners like the “limited liability” part of LLCs so much. Their personal assets are protected. The liability amount that could be assessed is limited to the amount of money an owner invested in the business.
About 4.3 million new business applications were filed in 2020, almost 1 million more than in 2019, with 51% of these owners citing that they started their business out of an economic need, and 33% said they started a business because they lost their jobs. Another reason we are seeing so many post-pandemic businesses? Corporate burnout. For those fortunate enough to have the means to start a business, this idea of reducing stress in their lives was a blessing in disguise. Many felt they were on the way to escaping the pre-pandemic, high-pressure corporate environment to now taking their passion and interests and converting them into a small business.
Small businesses are the lifeblood of a community, but due to the impact of the coronavirus, they’re shuttering in enormous numbers. While the government launches massive programs to help, it’s a race against the clock for aid to arrive before many businesses run out of cash.Here, two University at Buffalo School of Management experts share their insights to help entrepreneurs and local businesses ride out the storm: Small-business owners must confront the situation and take immediate action to stay afloat, says Thomas Ulbrich, assistant dean for entrepreneurship and social innovation in the UB School of Management. Ulbrich directs the school’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, which is hosting twice-weekly Small Business Strong webinars about everything from cash-flow strategies to working from home.
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