It’s been a tough year to be a business owner. Whether you’re starting a new business, trying to keep an established business afloat, or racing to keep up with pandemic-induced demand, COVID-19 has kept business owners on their toes — and on edge.
"Time can be an ally or an enemy. What it becomes depends entirely upon you, your goals, and your determination to use every available minute." -- Zig Ziglar
It’s an unfortunate truth that most entrepreneurs have to face: not every business idea will work out. Sometimes, no matter how well you plan or how much hard work you put into your dream, it just doesn’t pan out the way you’d imagined.
Many small business owners dream of finding simple and effective opportunities for growth. If that sounds like something that you would enjoy, don’t overlook investing in technology. There are certain options out there that are not only simple and effective, they ultimately can play a key role in taking your small business to the next level.
Does your website still reflect who you were when you first started your business or have a lot of things changed?
“If a link is broken, the entire chain breaks.” – Yiddish Proverb
Once a website is built, contents are added and launched, you will feel like celebrating. All the hard work and long hours put into making the website as beautiful and resourceful for your visitors as much as possible should be recognized. But what happens if some of your links are broken? Wouldn’t your website be perceived as unsuccessful instead?