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Customer Engagement Online Strategies for Your Business

As a business selling products or services, your aim is to make your endeavors profitable. If only customers knew about your business the second you establish it and would immediately know the value you are giving. Alright, so you set up your website and offer quality. Still, the occasional customer purchasing one item and that too by accident will not do. There has to be a more conscious way of letting yourself be known to gradually more and more people. The good news is there certainly is. It is called customer engagement strategy, which is your strategic driver to business success. So, how does this work exactly:

May 28, 2021

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5 FAQs and Answers for Your Small Business

From perfecting your product, crafting your brand, and keeping up with all the legal and financial requirements, growing a small business is a big challenge. It’s a lot of work before you even get down to work — and it’s a lot to celebrate when you succeed! Here, NASE answers five frequently asked questions about running a small business.

May 20, 2021

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Helping People Through Self-Employment

Austen Lincoln is an Occupational Therapist and Owner of Steps 2 Grow, LLC in Portland, Oregon. Steps 2 Grow offers pediatric occupational therapy to children from birth to five years old. Their goal is to enhance development and minimize the potential for delays through direct treatment and caregiver education and empowerment.

May 20, 2021

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American Families Plan

Following the passage of the American Rescue Plan and the Presiden’s proposal for infrastructure, American Jobs Plan, the Administration announced its American Families Plan, which they argue is “an investment in our kids, our families, and our economic future.”

May 20, 2021

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NASE Voices Serious Concerns on INFORM Act

In a letter to Senate leaders, the NASE, voiced serious concerns related to the Integrity, Notification and Fairness in Online Retail Marketplaces (INFORM) for Consumers Act.

May 19, 2021

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8 Ways to Increase Small Business Sales

Starting a business gives you the opportunity to earn a living by doing something you love. Whether you’re launching a side hustle or giving up your day job to expand your startup, maximizing sales is an important way of increasing your success. When you’re competing against larger businesses or more established brands, however, increasing sales and revenue can be tricky. To optimize your performance and boost profitability, take a look at these eight ways to increase small business sales:

May 13, 2021

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NASE Teams with Dell Technologies to Offer $4,000 May Growth Grant to Help a Small Business

As small businesses look to open back up and recover fully from the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE), the nation’s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-business community, and Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL) announced today a generous sponsorship of the May $4,000 Growth Grant designed to help small businesses grow and expand.

May 04, 2021

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8 Rainy Day Improvements to Your Small Business

If you’ve had some business downtime in the past year, you’re far from alone. But as the saying goes, “April showers bring May flowers,” and it’s vital that small business owners see the silver lining in all that cloud cover. In fact, rainy days can turn out to be the most important planning time for your small business.

Apr 29, 2021

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Self-Employed Wellness

Dr. Sarah Duke is a Doctor of Chiropractic & Massage Therapist and Shane Duke is a Licensed Massage Therapist. Together they own and operate Austin Community Wellness PLLC in Austin, Texas. The goal of Austin Community Wellness is to bring balance back to your body so it can function optimally and help you live your best life.

Apr 29, 2021

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Small Business Administration Launches Restaurant Revitalization Fund

The American Rescue Plan Act established the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) to provide funding to help restaurants and other eligible businesses keep their doors open. This program will provide restaurants with funding equal to their pandemic-related revenue loss up to $10 million per business and no more than $5 million per physical location. Recipients are not required to repay the funding as long as funds are used for eligible uses no later than March 11, 2023.

Apr 29, 2021

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Courtesy of NASE.org
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