Small Business Helps Online
There is a wealth of great information on the web. Here are just a few of the resources that we have found to be valuable for the small startup business:
This site from the Small Business Administration is a helpful source of information on starting and financing a new venture with additional emphasis on a broad range of Federal taxes, credits and grants as well as health care and intellectual property issues that the Federal Government has a hand in.
Help in finding the right business credit card.
Advertise with Google AdWords ads in the Sponsored Links section next to search results to boost website traffic and sales.
Inbound Marketing and Sales Software. HubSpot tools are easier and more powerful because they’re integrated.
Helps you market your business on Bing, Yahoo!, and Google searches. Easy to set up, monitor, and make changes to your search campaigns. Cost is pay per click. advertising.microsoft.com
Mint brings all your financial accounts together online, automatically categorizes your transactions, lets you set budgets and helps you achieve your saving goals. Focus is more on personal use. mint.com
Find free online legal information at nolo.com.
This is an amazing collection of online business resources from pricing and patents to disaster preparedness and overseas transactions.
A comprehensive money management and frugal living resource with pages on Investing, Banking, Education and Insurance and a great finance issues blog.
Same concept as mint.com, but includes payroll, inventory, and automatic bill pay. Focused for small businesses. Medium package is $29 a month. xero.com
Great tool to help you start your business’ web presence. Includes personal domain names, business emails, website, online selling, online marketing, and has great support. Flat rate fee starts at $9.95 a month. smallbusiness.yahoo.com
Need help setting up a Facebook business page? Try this: Blogspot – How-to-Create-a-Facebook-Business-Page-in-5-Simple-Steps