William Powell is a writer and educator with a passion for marketing. He enjoys learning about the latest business trends and analyzing how global events impact domestic and international economies.
Online Notarization: Everything You Need to Know
The process to determine the authenticity of individual document signers can be a time-consuming ordeal. Notarization includes the witness, record, and signing of documents all in one place. However in this digital age, companies are determined to find alternative routes to overcoming obstacles, such as the legal notarization process, by utilizing technology that can provide remote solutions for all parties involved.
How to Choose an ERP for Your Small Business
There is a lot of hard work that goes into maintaining a small business. From managing inventory and budgeting to developing marketing strategies, being a small business owner means wearing many different hats and constantly balancing numerous responsibilities to ensure that operations continue to run smoothly.
6 Innovative Ideas to Motivate Your Employees
It’s been said ad nauseam, but it bears repetition — employees are the lifeblood of any organization. Once your company is past the product-market fit stage, your successes and failures can be attributed directly to the performance of your employees.
The Magic of 3D Anaglyph Glasses: How They Work and What You Need to Know
Anaglyph glasses, or what most people call 3D glasses, have been around for generations. You may have worn a pair recently, but have you ever wondered how 3D glasses with colored lenses work? Or, what makes 3D anaglyph technology unique?
The Top 5 Logistics Mistakes SMBs Make and How to Avoid Them
In the modern marketplace, small- and medium-sized businesses have many different things to balance and factors to consider. With increasing demands of businesses, complicated freight systems, and ever-changing infrastructure needs, it is easy for an SMB to let some aspects of their business fall through the cracks. With careful organization and attention to detail, however, these 5 Logistics Mistakes can be avoided or rectified with minimal difficulty.
Ways to Sell on Amazon
Amazon is the leading marketplace for e-commerce, whether you’re a small business that’s just starting out or a medium-large business with an established presence. The “million dollar question” is – which way to sell on Amazon is the best? Which model will boost your eCommerce brand presence and help scale your business? Well, there is no single answer that fits all. It rather depends on the type of your products, your business goals, size, capacities, and preferences on how to operate.
Dual or Dueling Expertise?
The practice of law is tough. Law school, licensure, building expertise in a field…these things take devotion, lots of studying, and, most of all, time. In days gone by, an attorney could take care of all his client’s legal needs whether they related to criminal, family, real estate, business, or some other field of practice. In fact, most lawyers (or, advocates, as they were originally called) practiced law as a second profession.
Emerging Trends and Technologies in Access Control
If you operate an organization with physical locations, physical security is likely a major focus in keeping your assets and property safe. But as it is with most other aspects of your enterprise, physical security is subject to change. New technologies, trends, and laws are emerging all the time, all of which can impact the efficacy of your current security systems. You want to make sure that you’re up-tof-date on all of these developments to ensure that you’re providing your enterprise with the most effective security coverage.
5 Tips for Improving eCommerce Product Photography
Along with a solid product description, your eCommerce product photography is what sells your product. Poor pictures could be severely hurting your sales. They say people eat with their eyes first, and the same is true about online shopping.
7 Ways To Give Back as a Business
Pair With the Perfect Partner Do some research and locate an organization that shares similar values that are important to your business. Reach out to the organization and establish a relationship either by donating your product or a portion of your profits to their cause. Generous Coffee’s for profit, for purpose model does exactly this - all of their profits are donated to humanitarian organizations that are dedicated to improving the living conditions of communities in need around the world. If you want to be more active in your local area, identify an event that your business could volunteer to be a part of. Consider sponsoring a 5K running event and having employees take part, or think about your local library’s summer reading programs and donating free vouchers to participants who complete the reading goal.