I know, you probably have a ton of questions, and I’ll do my best to answer them as soon as I can, but today, let’s celebrate with a Monday roundup.
Now, once you got out of your Turkey Day coma (if you were in the U.S., that is, if you weren’t… carry on!), did you have a chance to participate in Small Business Saturday over the weekend? After all, small businesses (like mine!) are an extremely important part of for the economy.
So in celebration of small businesses everywhere, this week’s roundup features seven posts from around the web that offer small business tips for all those who could use them.
Why: Today, starting a small business is relatively easy for anyone with computer access and the drive to follow through (that’s the hard part). In this post for the Social Media Hat, Calvin Sellers covers how you can make your small business stand out from the crowd.
Why: Is lead generation a daunting task for your business? Michael Nelson aka Cogent Coach shares his simple lead generation system.
With the anniversary of 9-11 coming up, we’ve already started to see related stories. But one of the most important things we can do to stay secure is protecting ourselves, and our information, online. I hope these posts give you a head start.
Why: Eddie Gear shares how he fell victim to a hacker attack on his blog and what you can do to prevent such attacks.