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How to Prepare Your Business for a Post-COVID-19 Economy

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Have options in place to keep your business as stable as possible and economically prepared is an essential step to keeping your business running as well as you can even when the future is so uncertain.... Read full article

Are We on the Cusp of a Global Financial Crisis?

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These are just a few thoughts regarding financial issues this world my face. ... Read full article

Should My Landing Page Be SEO-Focused, Conversion-Focused, or Both? - Rand's Whiteboard Friday

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What's more important: drawing in more traffic, or converting the traffic you have? When it comes to your landing pages, that may be a tough question to answer. After watching today's Whiteboard Friday, you'll be better equipped to decide...... Read full article

Why Listing Accuracy is Important - Moz Whiteboard Friday

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Whether you manage a single local listing or hundreds, the consistency of your NAP data across the web can either help grow your business, or serve as a barrier to customer discovery.... Read full article

A Step-by-Step Process for Discovering and Prioritizing the Best Keywords - Whiteboard Friday

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Keyword research, when done right, is a fairly complex process. Uncovering new keywords and appraising their value should involve a robust toolkit, a multitude of different sources, and a great deal of thoughtfulness.... Read full article

8 Old School SEO Practices That Are No Longer Effective - Whiteboard Friday

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Are you guilty of living in the past? Using methods that were once tried-and-true can be alluring, but it can also prove dangerous to your search strategy. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand spells out eight old school SEO practices that you should ... Read full article

Origins of currencies: from jagged edges to flowers

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A recent post on the Oxford Dictionary's OxfordWords blog explained the origins of the names of the world's most common currencies. In the slides below, find out where these everyday words come from.... Read full article

High-street shops facing huge jump in business taxes next April

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The British Retail Consortium has led the charge for an overhaul on business rates... Read full article

Why a big slump in South Korea’s exports matters

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NEW trade figures from South Korea on September 1st surprised even the gloomiest of economic forecasters. The country’s exports shrank by the largest annual amount in six years, down 14.7% last month from a year earlier to under $40 billion, accordin... Read full article

Meet the women changing how and where U.S. companies manufacture goods

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In July, a group of brands based out of Nashville got together to facilitate a conversation around the reshoring of American manufacturing.... Read full article

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