Considerations to Prevent Small Business Frauds

Occupational frauds is a big internal business. Every instance of fraud cause small company a loss of $127500 on an average. Fraud probably occurs in every organization, and you may not be able to totally eliminate it. However you can do something to minimize the risk of fraud.

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How to Use Twitter for Your Small Business Marketing

Twitter Tips for Small Businesses

With the popularity of social media on the rise, it is no surprise that more and more small businesses are using social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter to connect with their customers and expand their business. While it is common for most small business owners to have a Facebook page that they use effectively, not all of them have a Twitter account, let alone knowing how to use it to its full potential. Here are some tips to help business owners make the most out of Twitter marketing.

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Why Every Small Business Needs A Website

It’s safe to say that we live in a world where it’s assumed that pretty much anything can be found online. Whether it’s to figure out where you’ve seen a familiar looking actor in a movie, check out the menu of a new restaurant you’re going to or just to find out general information about a company, most of us turn to the web. Let’s face it, many people don’t even a copy of the Yellow Pages anymore and the ones that do aren’t running to find it when they need to find out about a business. These days when someone is looking for something or more like looking for you and your business, they go online.

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