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:: Software Industry Conference Registration Open

02/23/2010
The Software Industry Conference is a three day event, July 15-17, 2010 in Dallas, Texas with educational sessions and networking events.

:: Diversify or Die

02/22/2010
Do you know a business owner who is lamenting the current state of the economy? Are they talking about how their business is on life support and they don’t know what to do?

Are you one of them?

Diversify Your Small Business or Die

:: How to Twitter

02/17/2010
Twitter, the latest social networking craze, is a micro-blogging platform where participants post tweets which are short comments limited to 140 characters or less.

Getting setup on Twitter is not terribly difficult. There is a slight learning curve in regard to Twitters culture and tweeting practices, so it is a good idea to monitor the posts for a few days before you jump in and begin tweeting, just to get a feel for the community. Many Twitter participants monitor the posts (tweets) of other people they find interesting, which is called following. Twitter is interactive, and allows others on Twitter to reply to tweets and engage in a conversation with the original poster or others who add comments to the original posts/tweets.


How to Twitter

:: Small Business and the Recovery

02/15/2010
Could small businesses become the Achilles heel of the U.S. recovery? Companies with fewer than 500 employees helped lead the economy out of the last four recessions as entrepreneurs, sensing opportunity, opened new businesses. And smaller suppliers provided the tools and equipment needed for larger companies to boost production. But this time, almost six months after the U.S. economy began growing again, small businesses continue to cut capital spending and dismiss workers.

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:: Why You Should Recycle Cell Phones?

02/10/2010
Cellular phones and other mobile devices often contain toxic materials that can pollute the environment. The chemicals contained in the cell phones and electronics are harmful to the health of both humans and animals. Cell phones and their accessories contain a large number of hazardous substances known as Persistent, Bioaccumulative, and Toxic Chemicals (PBTs). Some of the chemicals contained in the PBTs have been known to cause damage to nervous systems, reproductive systems, and developmental systems, as well as causing cancer.

Why You Should Recycle Cell Phones?

:: Top 10 Web Design Sins

02/08/2010
Many webmasters repeat the mistakes made by their predecessors. Take a look at these Top 10 most common web design sins. Have you fallen victim to any of these?

Top 10 Web Design Sins

:: Steps to Make Your Business Green

02/03/2010
A business that makes the decision to be environmentally-conscious will often promote goodwill among potential customers, while making the world a better place for future generations. Many businesses hesitate to adopt green practices because they fear it will hurt their bottom line and negatively impact profits. But many eco-conscious businesses discover that they can actually save money and bring in new customers who specifically patronize companies that actively make an effort to be environmentally friendly. Many customers may even be willing to pay a bit more for a product or service from a company that is green.

Steps to Make Your Business Green

:: MicroLoans for Small Businesses

02/02/2010
More small businesses in Northern New York can receive low-interest loans once the U.S. Small Business Administration once again funds a regional microloan program.

The program, through the Adirondack Economic Development Corp., will receive a $750,000 loan from SBA. In turn, the corporation makes loans to small businesses in amounts ranging from $500 to $35,000. Most loans total about $13,000.

:: Mandatory IRAs Not a Plus for Small Businesses

01/27/2010
U.S. President Barack Obamas effort to increase retirement savings by requiring all businesses to offer automatic IRA accounts may face opposition from small companies, says a Washington-based trade group.

Obama said the plan, part of a tax package aimed at middle- income Americans proposed today, would let employees automatically enroll in direct-deposit retirement accounts and expand matching tax credits. The administration has not released a cost estimate.

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