NASE News

    7 Benefits Small Businesses Bring to a Community

  • As an entrepreneur, you recognize you are providing a valuable service to your consumers or customers. In fact, you are passionate about giving high-quality goods or services to each one you interact with. Having your own small business pays the bills, gives you freedom, and allows you a creative outlet. And while being a small business owner or self-employed may be fraught with difficulties, there are reasons your work is vital for more than your family.
    Posted on Nov 25, 2019
  • Tasting Self Employment

  • Kristen Moffatt is the Owner of Wasatch Nectar in Salt Lake City, Utah. Wasatch Nectar is an energy supplement made from Utah raw honey and enhanced with electrolytes. It’s locally sourced honey, and locally packaged. It makes the ideal athletic fuel, but also makes a great addition to any snack!
    Posted on Nov 25, 2019
  • House Formally Initiates Impeachment Proceedings

  • On October 31, 2019, voted to approve the rules governing the next steps in the impeachment inquiry. The resolution authorizes the US House of Representatives to begin public hearings and lays out the rules in which the House Judiciary Committee will follow during this inquiry, the vote passed 232 to 196. Two Democrats voted for the measure. Rep. Justin Amash (MI-I), who until this summer caucused with the Republicans, voted with the Democrats for passage of the resolutions. Three Republicans and one Democrat did not cast a vote.
    Posted on Nov 20, 2019
  • NASE Continues to Advocate for Open Enrollment

  • In an op-ed published on Fox Business, NASE President and CEO Keith Hall, continued to advocate for the self-employed to be informed consumers in their purchase of health insurance.
    Posted on Nov 20, 2019
  • Ready to Shop Small on Small Business Saturday- November 30?

  • This year the “Small Business Saturday” initiative will celebrate 10 years of connecting millions of Americans to the small, local business in their community.
    Posted on Nov 20, 2019
  • Fast and Effective Ways to Attract New Customers

  • When you own and operate a small business, you probably feel like the majority of your time goes toward new customer acquisition. That’s likely not just a feeling and is the reality. Finding new customers is one of the most difficult parts of owning a business, but also one of the most essential.
    Posted on Nov 05, 2019
  • Key Things New Real Estate Agents Should Know

  • Once you’re ready to start your new real estate business, it can be overwhelming. You’re competing with people who have been in the business for a lot longer than you, and you may feel like there’s no way you can possibly stand out. The good news is that you can, but it takes work and strategic thinking.
    Posted on Nov 05, 2019
  • Deadly SEO Mistakes to Avoid in Your Small Business

  • Almost every business, big or small, invests some time and money in search engine optimization. Whether you hire an SEO specialist or do the work yourself, it is important for any website to have proper SEO work done. Maybe you spent hundreds or thousands of dollars along with hours upon hours of time trying to properly optimize your website. You think you have covered all your bases in following best practices, but you aren’t seeing the results you want. Something is wrong and it is your SEO. No one makes mistakes on purpose, but they do happen. It is unfortunate to hear that something is wrong and will take more work to fix, but SEO is not something that can be ignored. However, instead of needing to fix issues after the fact you can avoid issues from the beginning. This article will lay out the most deadly SEO mistakes you can easily avoid to prevent headaches down the road.
    Posted on Nov 01, 2019