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3 Ideas To Expand Your Marketing Strategy

Marketing can be a tough nut to crack. There are so many options out there, some tried and true, some new and unique. It can be difficult to figure out what options work best for you. Many things can influence your marketing strategy: budget, the goods or services you...

Top TV Accessories

TV’s are a staple of the American household. Without a TV, you cant’ stream your favorite shows, keep up on the news, or watch your favorite sports teams. There are many accessories that exist to help you get the most out of your TV viewing. Here are a few of the must-have accessories you need for your TV.

Choosing a Phone System for Your Small Business

When you own a small business, you realize that phone service is an integral portion of client relations. You should carefully consider your options when deciding which telephone system you need. Currently, there are three main systems for business communications....

How to Run a More Efficient Small Retail Business

Running a small retail business is no easy task. Not only do you need to keep your products well branded and up to date with the latest trends, but you must also be able to process and fulfill orders in a timely and efficient manner. Without efficiency, in fact, your...

3 Things to Consider about SEO

SEO is an important part of today's digital marketing world. Before you jump into the seemingly easy but actually complex SEO experience you need to understand it to make it work for you. Here are three things to consider about SEO. 1. Understand the Guidelines The...

How to Choose the Right Tooling

A company's success in the production industry often relies on its ability to generate quality products. Choosing the right tooling can help a manufacturer create reputable goods, increase output, and decrease waste, leading to its success. Experiment With New Parts...

A Quick Guide to Friendly Fraud

In the 1960s, the government passed the Truth in Lending Act. The act, which was meant to protect consumers, allowed them to dispute payments on their credit cards. The goal was to create a way for consumers to protect themselves from unauthorized charges that required them to pay debt that wasn’t theirs. Unfortunately, the act hasn’t aged well. It was created during a time when people kept their credit cards in their wallets and only used them in physical stores. These days, more consumers purchase items online, and the less-than-honest ones exploit loopholes to get both the product and their money back.