50 Low-Cost/No-Cost Marketing Ideas: Part 1 – Digital Marketing

By Michael Janowski

50 Low-Cost/No-Cost Wireless Marketing Ideas: Part 1 – Digital MarketingMay 18, 2015 – Your wireless marketing presence should be the heartbeat of your business. It brings customers to the door who put money in the drawer. We all sell wireless products and services. It's imperative that your marketing presence differentiates you from the competition.

That said, we in the wireless business can be all too willing to cut back on marketing to cut costs (signage, digital creativity, etc.). But this doesn't have to be the case. Marketing doesn't have to be detrimental to your bottom line.

In fact, digital marketing can be one of the most cost-effective means of marketing. The skills, talent, and technologies are (for the most part) readily accessible, low-cost, low-risk, and potentially high-reward if you do it right. Find a place to start a conversation, call your audience to take action, and sell! Here are a few low-cost/no-cost digital marketing ideas that can revamp and reinvigorate your wireless store:

Tax Season Is Here - Is Your Small Business Prepared?

By Mark Landiak

Tax Season Is Here - Is Your Small Business Prepared?January 9, 2015 – Tax season can be intimidating. Small business owners can particularly experience a range of emotions, from fear of not being in compliance to frustration with the seemingly burdensome tax structure for small businesses.

As a business grows, so does its tax obligation. With the process becoming increasingly complex, it's no wonder why tax season is so stressful. There is much more than just money on the line. Business owners are staking their livelihoods.

Fortunately, the stress of tax season can be mitigated with the proper preparation. This includes an accounting structures that makes sense for your business and thorough documentation procedures. Putting these structures in place (making sure you have a business plan and understanding the pivotal importance of the balance sheet and profit-and-loss statement) are the keys to avoiding the dreaded call or visit from the IRS. Here are some key points to keep in mind: