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By Andrew Martins | March 26, 2020

FaxBetter is our choice for best free incoming fax service because it allows users to receive 20 pages of faxes for free each month. It is the only company we reviewed with free incoming services.

The Secret to Creating a Culture of Intrapreneurship
By Business News Daily Editor | March 18, 2020

Intrapreneurship occurs when employees apply entrepreneurial thinking to their roles within a company. Here's how to encourage this type of culture in your workplace.

Why Low Prices Can Scare Off Customers
By Business News Daily Editor | March 11, 2020

Retailers beware...for customers, inexpensive often translates

Mind Your Business: Scientology, The Business Plan
By Business News Daily Editor | March 09, 2020

Regardless of your take on Scientology, they know how to run an organization

Adapt or Die: How Cultural Anthropology Can Inform Business Strategy
By Business News Daily Editor | March 06, 2020

Corporate anthropologist Andi Simon explains how the social sciences and business intersect, and how applying anthropological insights to your company can give it a competitive edge

3 Things Most Successful Businesses Do Right
By Business News Daily Editor | February 20, 2020

There are three basic building blocks that most successful businesses have in common.

Surprising Ways Tariffs Impact Small Business (and What to Do About Them)
By Adam Uzialko | February 07, 2020

Here's how you can weather the storm of an international trade war.

What Brexit Could Mean for Your Small Business
By Andrew Martins | January 31, 2020

Great Britain and the European Union parting ways today will have major implications for Europe as it moves forward. As an American small business owner, you should be aware of the changes too.

UPS Announces New Services for Small Businesses
By Andrew Martins | January 29, 2020

The major shipping company is offering new services, ranging from drone deliveries to weekend pickup and delivery.

How Will Impeachment Proceedings Impact Your Workplace?
By Andrew Martins | December 12, 2019

As impeachment proceedings continue in Washington, employees openly share their thoughts.

How Porter's Five Forces Can Help Small Businesses Analyze the Competition
By Marci Martin | December 03, 2019

Porter's Five Forces offer businesses a way to analyze and outmaneuver their competitors in the marketplace.

How to Find Your Business Niche
By Skye Schooley | October 21, 2019

Identify your niche market and follow this niche strategy to dominate your industry.

Copyright Infringement: Are You Stealing Intellectual Property?
By Adam Uzialko | September 16, 2019

Copyright infringement can cost small businesses a fortune, even if it's accidental.

Best Tips for Creating Your Business's Disaster Plan
By Marisa Sanfilippo | September 09, 2019

Learn how to build a disaster plan for your business.

What Is Value Chain Analysis?
By Kayla Harrison | August 28, 2019

Find out how you can improve your business's processes.

CEO Roundtable Meeting Redefines the Role of a Corporation
By Andrew Martins | August 20, 2019

Nearly 200 CEOs of the world's major companies committed to serve all stakeholders.

Techniques and Tools to Help You Make Business Decisions
By Siri Hedreen | August 15, 2019

Tackle your trickiest decisions with purpose.

Small Business Valuation: How to Determine Your Business's Worth
By Bennett Conlin | July 03, 2019

There's not one perfect way to determine a business's value.

Small Business Optimism Exceeds Pre-Shutdown Levels
By Andrew Martins | July 02, 2019

A report says SMBs are reinvesting in their businesses, expecting higher sales and growth.

SWOT Analysis: What It Is and When to Use It
By Skye Schooley | June 23, 2019

Use a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) analysis to grow your business.

SoftActivity Monitor
By Adam Uzialko | June 17, 2019

SoftActivity Monitor is our best pick for employee monitoring software for internet management because of its effective features that track and restrict which websites your employees visit, as well...

ContentProtect Professional
By Adam Uzialko | June 17, 2019

Employee monitoring software is often considered for its activity monitoring features – those aspects which allow administrators to watch and review user behavior and productivity on company time.

Most Consumers Want Sustainable Products and Packaging
By Andrew Martins | June 04, 2019

A new study says consumers in North America, Asia and Europe want eco-friendly packaging.

Survey Shows Republicans and Democrats Both Want to Work for Employee-Owned Businesses
By Andrew Martins | May 28, 2019

A Rutgers poll shows both sides of the political aisle prefer employee-owned companies.

How to Handle a PR Crisis: What Boeing Should Have Done
By Andrew Martins | May 17, 2019

Responding to crises with transparency, empathy and speed helps SMBs avoid PR disasters.

3 Things Small Business Can Learn from From Slack's Rebrand
By Matt D'Angelo | March 26, 2019

There is a right way to rebrand. Learn a few do's and don'ts from Slack's recent decision to change its logo.

Fear of Workplace Violence on the Rise
By Andrew Martins | March 21, 2019

An upswing in workplace violence incidents has HR professionals on their back foot, according to a recent study that found 1 in 5 don't know what to do in those situations.

Outsourcing Frees Small Business Owners to Focus
By Business News Daily Editor | February 27, 2019

Outsourcing isn't just about sending jobs oversees. Many savvy small business owners are letting someone else do their bookkeeping, mailing and even HR functions.

What is a Gantt Chart?
By Business News Daily Editor | February 27, 2019

These essential project management tools provide a timeline for each task and help monitor a project's progress.

You Need to Look at Your Business Through a Wide Lens
By Ned Smith | February 25, 2019

Does your business suffer from the innovator's blind spot?