Welcome to the Financial Friday Round-Up, where we scour the web for the best things to read, watch, or listen to regarding finance every week. Below you’ll find a small business guide to digital marketing, technology tools for home offices, and a piece on the importance of personal finance when running a small business.
The Small Business Guide to Digital Marketing
Running your own business requires you to be creative with certain solutions because you’re working with a smaller budget. This piece offers a few small steps to making the most out of what you have at hand when it comes to marketing your business, including how to use social media to the max and how to use search engine optimization.
COVID-19 and its Effects on the Self-Employed
Once again, NASE has provided an indispensable resource for small businesses dealing with the present circumstances, offering steps for small business owners like how to establish employee safety protocol and information on taking advantage of tax credits unique to COVID-19.
Tech Tools Technology to Help Home Offices and Small Businesses
In this video, anchorwoman Marlena Mumma interviews technology expert Marc Saltzman on which laptops, tablets, printers, and other tools will help improve the efficiency of your home office, alleviating any headaches that might come from outdated or poorly-designed tech.
To Succeed, Small-Business Owners Need to Put Their Own Finances First
Kiplinger echoes the message of our many of our Focus on YOUR Money webinars this week by highlighting how small business owners should always have a personal finance plan as their top priority when running their business. Too often, entrepreneurs put all of their resources into their businesses while leaving their own finances vulnerable to collapse. This piece stresses the importance of personal finance in uncertain economic times and shows you how you can achieve a balance between yourself and your business.
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