- Category: Expert Column
- Created: 14 December 2015
Many people feel that they just aren’t smart enough to be an entrepreneur, yet there seems to be no convincing evidence that a high IQ is a prerequisite for this lifestyle. We all know of successful businesses started by first-time entrepreneurs who dropped out of school, and according to many sources, “street smarts” (experience) tends to trump “book smarts” (intelligence) every time.
- Category: Technology
- Created: 09 November 2013
One of the most perplexing problems when it comes to starting an e-commerce company is: how do you get people to visit your new site? Even when you have trendy graphics and great content, you suddenly enter a vast megaverse of competing sites. Fight the temptation to start outright paying for the clicks via Web ads. There are low-cost ways to increase views on any site for any business.
- Category: Research & Surveys
- Created: 28 June 2013
When it comes to launching a small business, American entrepreneurs don't go very far. In fact, sixty-nine percent get started at home, according to the latest Global Entrepreneurship Monitor report.