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Millions of people search the Web every day for businesses. So how do you get noticed? According to PRWeb, putting out news releases (or press releases) is one of the best ways for your business to get noticed. Here’s why. more...

- - Promoting Your Business

PrintRunner CEO Mike Zaya is more than a successful entrepreneur. At 24, he sold his first company, 123Injets for $17 million. He took the hard road to get there—paved with failures—and built a seasoned, well-thought out strategy for business success: Talk to your customers and let them be your guide.

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- - Success Stories

If you haven’t established your company’s Facebook presence, there’s no time like the present. Facebook is fast becoming the way that companies interact with their customers, build a loyal fan base and grow their business. Here are 5 tips to help get you started on Facebook from social marketing service provider, Web.com. more...

- - Promoting Your Business

Small business owners often use their personal bank accounts, credit cards or even equity in their homes to finance the operations of their business, especially at the beginning. But doing so can actually be detrimental for both business and personal credit. Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp, the leader in business credit management and credibility solutions, discusses the steps that can be taken to protect your business and personal credit, while providing guidance on how to build your business credit and avoid personal guarantees, a common request by lenders and other programs. more...

- - Starting Your Business

Growing over 300% in four years, Skullcandy could barely keep their stylish headphones on store shelves. By implementing strategic business practices from SAP, the company was able to build the infrastructure necessary to keep the music flowing. Read on to find out more about the company, their customers, and how they were able to transform their challenges into success. more...

- - Running Your Business

When John Paul DeJoria started his first business back in 1980, the economic climate was grim—much worse than the last three years of the recession. Nonetheless, he forged ahead and in the 30 years and businesses that followed—he has become one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world. In this exclusive interview, John Paul recounts the story of his success—from humble beginnings sleeping in his car—and shares valuable tips for small business startups to create their own recipe for success. more...

- - Success Stories

When it comes to building a business, business credit and credibility are closely intertwined. Without making both part of your overall business strategy, you risk not being able to expand and attract new customers. Besides having a high-quality website, Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. recommends four essential ways to ensure you are consistently building business credibility—so you turn prospective customers into repeat customers. more...

- - Starting Your Business

Having good business credit is critical for growing your business. Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp., the leader in providing business credit solutions, provides a primer on business credit. Find out more about what business credit is along with the five key steps for building business credit, including the importance of creating a business credit profile, how to build strong business credit, and how to monitor your company’s credit profile. more...

- - Starting Your Business

While the first year of a start-up business can be rocky, it’s also a dynamic and exciting time. For two college friends who started their business through LegalZoom just over a year ago, their success is nothing short of amazing. As they take their first big step of expanding into a bigger space, they share some of their story here—how they came up with their idea, what elements have made them successful, their “green” business strategy, and more. It’s not often you get to hear about a company in the making. more...

- - Starting Your Business

After serving 21 years on the bench as a California Superior Court judge, Rodney Walker retired—then decided to go back into the practice of law with his son, Barry. When they went to start their law firm, they turned to LegalZoom to file for incorporation. Find out why they used LegalZoom, what it is like for this father-son business duo to work together, and some helpful tips for entrepreneurs from the former judge. more...

- - Starting Your Business