3 Tips for Translating Your Creativity to Your Online Presence

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. A critical piece of my role at Meta is talking to small business owners about their wins and, most importantly, their challenges, so that we can take those learnings to better serve the SMB community. And while all small businesses are unique, in many cases, their challenges … Read more

The 5 Types Of Post-Exit Entrepreneur

Exiting a business is something many business owners aspire to do. And why wouldn’t they? The act of selling and sailing off into the sunset is glamorized in the media. Life-changing exit sums are reported alongside images of clinking champagne glasses and happily shaking hands. But when the paperwork is complete and the company is … Read more

Your Complete Guide to Bookkeeping for Your Business

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Bookkeeping is the foundation for all small business insight. If you’re running a small business, you’ve got to make it habitual. All too often, bookkeeping is put aside by small business owners to tackle the most pressing matter of the moment. If it’s not that, it’s procrastination … Read more

When Is A Side Hustle A Good Idea?

All side hustles are not created equal. Anything that takes away from your main business requires serious consideration before embarking upon. Additional projects have the potential to add or subtract. They can make or break an entrepreneur and their business. When is a side hustle a good idea? getty Depending on who you talk to, … Read more

How Anti-Hustle Culture Is Hurting Early-Stage Entrepreneurs

For most people, starting a business means effort. Even if it all goes to plan, you’re busy finding your concept, defining your messaging, ascertaining your audience and preparing to launch or scale. Even if your products and services are an instant hit and you become oversubscribed, there’s still a whole load of figuring out to … Read more

New Foods To Try This Summer From Thoughtful Brands

Small Town Cultures pickles. Small Town Cultures Small Town Cultures A family-based fermentation company located in upstate New York, bring simple, clean fermented foods to customers. Founder Cori Deans became chronically ill with Crohn’s, and she found respite in wild fermentation to heal her gut and diversify her gut biome. Now healthy and well, Deans … Read more

How to Manage Your Small Business Finances On the Go

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Modern small business owners live on mobile devices to keep connected while traveling between appointments and job sites, or just to check in while on personal time. Because you’re always on the go, it can be difficult to find time to sit at a desk or in … Read more

5 Strategies To Maximize Revenue From Your Email Marketing

Emailing your customer database is free and it’s one of the simplest and most effective ways to increase the lifetime value of your customers. With no additional ad spend or acquisition costs, even small improvements in your email marketing conversion rates can make a huge difference to your bottom line. 5 strategies to maximize revenue … Read more

Entrepreneurs Share The Most Important Traits For A Business Coach

Many entrepreneurs attribute at least some of their success to having a great business coach. Someone that asks the tough questions and can lend their experience and network when required. But finding a business coach isn’t easy. Your business and personal life are tightly interwoven. To find a productive relationship, there are many factors to … Read more