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Small Business Cloud Computing: Is It Really Necessary?

[tweetmeme source=”LilBizBigWorld” only_single=false]Microsoft recently released their study on Global SMB Cloud Adoption. According to this:

39 percent of SMBs expect to be paying for one or more cloud services within three years, an increase of 34 percent from the current 29 percent.

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10 Must-Visit Weblogs for Small Businesses

[tweetmeme source=”LilBizBigWorld” only_single=false] What is your early morning ritual? Most people I know rush off to work without time for even a mug of coffee. Once they do get to the office, they start the day reading messages, checking emails, the works. It’s only in the weekends that most people get to relax for breakfast, sipping a hot mug of coffee while reading the paper. Continue reading “10 Must-Visit Weblogs for Small Businesses”

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Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Now Small Business Saturday

[tweetmeme source=”LilBizBigWorld” only_single=false] American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault, had just announced that his company will start promoting Small Business Saturday. This is for the support of small business owners and will start on November 27, 2010. Continue reading “Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Now Small Business Saturday”

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Enter the Group Buying Trend

[tweetmeme source=”LilBizBigWorld” only_single=false] In recent events, the conclusion of the Small Business Round Table Series brought forth a discussion on different topics relating to small business. One such topic is the growing trend, group buying. Continue reading “Enter the Group Buying Trend”

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How to Leverage Google Analytics to Support Your Small Business Goals!

Google Analytics is a FREE tool that your small business should use to make informed decisions about paid advertising, SEO, PPC and internet marketing campaigns. Google Analytics provides critical data that can help you gain a better understanding of where much of your website traffic is coming from. Also, how well the website content and user experience is serving your visitors, and most importantly, how well the website supports your business goals!

Well, the good news aside from Google Analytics as a free tool is that — there is a free webinar to fully maximize google analytics and help us achieve our small business goals.

To register, please check it here.