Let’s say you went to a conference to decide where to buy your business supplies from. You met a lot of people and got their contact information. When you came home, you sorted the materials and decided who to do business with.
Tracking your business expenses year-round can help you save money when it comes time to file business taxes.
But you have to learn all the rules, what you can write-off and the best ways to track expenses.
But we have a few simple suggestions you can start using today to make the job easier.
It’s still a way’s off, but there’s a new change coming for your business’s website in July of 2018.
How quickly your website loads on mobile devices will become a search ranking factor in Google’s search results.
Over 50% of clients now search for your business on a mobile device. Because Google wants to keep its users happy, slow-loading websites might rank lower in search results if they can’t keep up.
Is your business website mobile-friendly? If not, your search ranking might be penalized. And you don’t want to rank below another business in search results.
These days, computer data breaches can occur on a daily basis. Personal and company data can be a valuable commodity for people with less than noble intentions.
How can a coaching business stay secure when data breaches happen so often?
Even if you’re not a technology expert, there are a few basic steps you can take now to protect your business in 2018.
How do you keep your practice safe in an online world?
Our businesses, finances, and many of our social interactions have gone digital.
People with malicious intentions have seen this move to digital. Some of them have used it to gather large amounts of private data.
But there are ways that web hosting companies (like Coaching Websites) use to protect your data while it’s traveling the web.
By: Jim Rogers
A successful business depends on a steady stream of new clients. Attracting new clients can be difficult and not always intuitive.
Growing your business in an area of high-competition is even more difficult.
Here are a few ways you can get the word out and attract a steady stream of new clients. Do these and you’ll be doing more than many other businesses.
No matter how established you are in the offline world, you need an online presence. Despite this, 46% of small businesses report not having a website (Clutch). There were three common reasons for this: