Content Marketing Small Business Checklist

| September 22, 2017

article image
Got big dreams but a small budget? You’re not alone. Most small companies are in the same fix. But this doesn’t have to be a deal killer – it just means you need to be smart. You need to think differently than your larger competitors.

Spotlight

VetCloud

Animal Healthcare SaaS that uses pet medical data to grow veterinary business. As pet owners consider pets part of their family, times are changing for veterinarians. Having competitors like pet shops and online retailers vets are loosing on sales big time, and animal owners are in danger of making ill-informed decisions when buying OTC medicines, supplements and other products. Currently in private beta with clinics in London, California and Eastern Europe, VetCloud is designed to help vets make sense of their data, and use it in completely new ways: to interact with pet owners, recommend products based on pets medical records, and to ultimately help vets grow their business and transform the way pet care works.

OTHER ARTICLES

5 Ways Google Alerts Can Help Build Your Small Business

Article | June 1, 2021

Does your small business use Google Alerts? Do you even know what Google Alerts are? Once you set them up (see below), Google Alerts will notify you anytime the keywords you choose appear online. This is only for newly published content, not content already published on the internet. So, what can you even use Google Alerts for? Here are some ideas and how they can help you build your small business.

Read More

Employee Retention Strategies That Work for Small Businesses

Article | April 15, 2020

Whether you are the boss of one or many, each employee is important to your small business. Would you rather work on retention, or retraining? According to statistics, more than 3 million people quit their jobs every month, with one-third of those quitting during the first month of employment. Millennials, Generation X, Baby Boomer – they all cite the same reasons for leaving a job. What’s the main reason? If you guessed money, you’d be right, but only partly right. “Money can’t buy happiness,” is an often-used quote, but it’s not the actual quote. It was “Money can buy material things, but real happiness must be truly earned,” which appeared in the William & Mary College quarterly publication in 1792.

Read More

29% of Small Businesses Will Start a Website This Year

Article | February 26, 2020

Kudos if you have a website for small your business because many small business owners still don’t have websites for their businesses. According to the latest survey from Visual Objects, about one-third of small businesses (29%) plan to begin using websites for the first time in 2020. Needless to say, a good website can work like a well-oiled machine to generate leads. However, not all small businesses have websites. In fact, around 36% of small businesses are working without websites, states the Small Business Association (SBA).

Read More

The Impact of Technology on Small Businesses | 2020

Article | February 18, 2020

Impact of Technology on Small Businesses: It is absolutely undeniable technology has had a massive impact on our daily lives. It is one of the things that has truly transformed the way we work, think, and even spend our free time. Things aren’t slowing down, now, however – there are still thousands of entrepreneurs and businessmen working tirelessly to make new technological paradigms and tools available for the general public.

Read More

Spotlight

VetCloud

Animal Healthcare SaaS that uses pet medical data to grow veterinary business. As pet owners consider pets part of their family, times are changing for veterinarians. Having competitors like pet shops and online retailers vets are loosing on sales big time, and animal owners are in danger of making ill-informed decisions when buying OTC medicines, supplements and other products. Currently in private beta with clinics in London, California and Eastern Europe, VetCloud is designed to help vets make sense of their data, and use it in completely new ways: to interact with pet owners, recommend products based on pets medical records, and to ultimately help vets grow their business and transform the way pet care works.

Events