Well, 2010 has come to a close, and to ring in the New Year, we bring you our top 10 posts. Our readers found these posts useful, and we hope you will too! Anything specific you would like to see us cover in 2011? We’d love to hear about it, so leave a comment below.
Happy New Year!
- Understanding when to charge sales tax can be one of the most difficult parts of starting an e-commerce site. This post gives some easy tips on when sales tax is necessary.
- In this three part series, Monika Jansen helps readers strategize, execute and outsource their social media strategies.
- Small business research expert, Connie Steele, takes readers through the differences between emotional and functional benefits when building a small business brand.
- Understanding how your small business fits in the landscape of social media can feel like a daunting task. Ken Yeung helps break it down with five infographics to help you grasp the direction you should go with your social media strategy.
- Identifying and reaching influencers is great way to find out new information about a new space. In this post, Ken Yeung takes readers through a few easy steps to meet people who can help them take their businesses to the next level.
- 2010 brought us the .CO domain. This extension gives small business owners to more domain names for better branding.
- The Network Solutions Small Business Success Index sheds light on the current state of the U.S. Small Business. From marketing and innovation to capital access, take a look to see how your business is faring in comparison.
- In some ways, SEO for e-commerce is completely different from traditional website SEO. This post walks through a few ways you can optimize your e-commerce website and to better your chances of selling more.
- The opportunities for small businesses with Facebook grew significantly in 2010. In this post, Ken Yeung describes the different ways to use Facebook for your small business.
- WordPress is a very powerful tool—and Steve Fisher takes readers through five capabilities featured by the site WPCandy.
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