Profile cover photo
Profile photo
MerchantCashFinder.com
83 followers -
The Smarter, Easier Way to Find Small Business Financing
The Smarter, Easier Way to Find Small Business Financing

83 followers
About
MerchantCashFinder.com's posts

Post has attachment
How Good Is Your Company’s Facebook Page? Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Google+ Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Bebo Add this to Google Bookmarks In an article from the web we check in on Inc.com where author Dan Levy discusses Facebook marketing for small businesses.  We hope you enjoy the article, learn, comment and share! By Dan Levy (Inc.) October 29, 2013 How Good Is Your Company s Facebook Page? Your greatest untapped resource for Facebook marketing advice? Other business owners. At Facebook, it s my job to make it easier for small businesses to use Facebook and reach more customers. Earlier this year, in an attempt to learn more about how small businesses use Facebook, I traveled around the world meeting small business owners face to face. The range of expertise and passion was astounding: A tattoo artist in Dublin (DublinInk) An dog-focused ecommerce provider in New York (BarkBox) A children s clothier in

Post has attachment
Local SEO Strategies for Small Businesses Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Google+ Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Bebo Add this to Google Bookmarks In an article from the web we check in on B2C where author Gabriel Stephens goes over a few local search engine strategies small businesses.  We hope you enjoy the article, learn, comment and share! By Gabriel Stephens (Business 2 Community) September 18, 2013 Along with the new Penguin update that hit on May 22, Google has changed the way it treats local search results. For example, if you were to type “pizza” into Google, a carousel of images with a variety’ of store’s locations, ratings, costs, and reviews. While average white-hat SEO tactics can get a company up to the top of the results page, companies are trying to figure out how to get into the carousel. This, of course, is a great advantage for local businesses that can’t compete on a large-scale with

Post has attachment
Local Business Listing for Small Business Marketing Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Google+ Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Bebo Add this to Google Bookmarks In an article from the web we check in on B2C where author Holly Cunningham discusses local internet marketing for small businesses.  We hope you enjoy the article, learn, comment and share! By Holly Cunningham (Business 2 Community) September 16, 2013 You really do not need to keep wondering why local listings are about. Simply put they are the yellow page alternative. A free service by search engine and local listing website directories that allow you to add your business information, products, services, photos, videos, coupons, offers, discounts and promotions. Not only can you update the multiple websites with this information, you can do so 24x7x364 anytime you desire. Certainly not something you will get from the once a year yellow page update. The good news abou

Post has attachment
How to Build an Industry Community on Facebook, Google+, or LinkedIn Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Google+ Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Bebo Add this to Google Bookmarks In an article from the web we check in on SitePtoNews where author Adrienne Erin goes over how to build industry communities on Google Plus, Facebook & LinkedIn.  We hope you enjoy the article, learn, comment and share! By Adrienne Erin (sitepronews) September 16, 2013 Since the advent of the Internet, discussion groups have appeared in various forms, blossoming around a variety of subjects. Nowadays, discussion groups are an even more important component of the Internet than ever before – and there are ways you can use them to stay current with your industry, promote your business and learn a thing or two, all at the same time. LinkedIn, Facebook and Google+ all include support for community-wide discussion groups. Through these groups you can do many things like he

Post has attachment
5 Tools for Online Business Communication Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Google+ Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Bebo Add this to Google Bookmarks In an article from the web we check in on HowStuffWorks where author Dave Roos goes over a few tools to helps businesses communicate online.  We hope you enjoy the article, learn, comment and share! By Dave Roos (HowStuffWorks) Your writer is in New York, your marketing team is in Chicago, your information technology (IT) staff is in India and you re, well, more or less living at the airport. In today s business environment where employees, contractors, consultants and partners are spread across locations it s crucial to have online communications and collaboration tools. They boost worker productivity and save time that s usually spent in tons of meetings. The following five Web tools and services are changing the way we work. 1 Project Management and Collaboration To

Post has attachment
Google Plus SEO: The Business Benefits Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Google+ Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Bebo Add this to Google Bookmarks In an article from the web we check in on B2C where author Pam Dyer goes over a few search engine optimization benefits of using Google Plus for small businesses.  We hope you enjoy the article, learn, comment and share! By Pam Dyer (Business 2 Community) September 8, 2013 Google Plus offers business opportunities available nowhere else. The social network run by Google — the gateway to your business — is a game-changer. It ties together several Google products and delivers many rewards for brands. Vic Gundotra, the head of Google+, has said, “It’s really the unification of all of Google’s services, with a common social layer.” Google+ places a heavy emphasis on search engine optimization (SEO), which differentiates it from other social media networks like 

Post has shared content
great branding info!
What sets your brand apart from others? Why should people choose you over the other guys? These questions are important to answer in order to properly define your brand: http://spr.ly/6261wr31
Photo

Post has attachment
Google+ For Business – The 3 Best Types Of Google+ Content Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Google+ Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Bebo Add this to Google Bookmarks In an article from the web we check in on B2C where author Evan LePage goes over 3 types of content you can use with Google Plus for small businesses.  We hope you enjoy the article, learn, comment and share!  By Evan LePage (Business 2 Community) August 28, 2013 Lumping individual social networks into the category of “social media” doesn’t mean you can also lump them into one content category. Each social network has a unique audience, people who expect and enjoy (and are therefore more likely to share) a specific type of content. Though there is some overlap, knowing the type of content that followers on an individual social network are looking for is a key to being successful on that channel. Google+ is no exception to that rule. In our own efforts to engage 

Post has attachment
Tax Tips for the Small Business Owner Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Google+ Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Bebo Add this to Google Bookmarks In an article from the web we check in on B2C where author Rick Delgado goes over a few tax tips for small businesses.  We hope you enjoy the article, learn, comment and share! By Rick Delgado (Business 2 Community) August 26, 2013 Tax Tips for the Small Business Owner It’s never been easier to start a small business to call your own. From business websites to e signatures for legal documents, and multiple communication options, small businesses have become extremely efficient and inexpensive to operate. Although expenses have decreased, taxes most certainly have not. However, there are some tax benefits for the small business owner that can greatly add to your bottom line. HOME BASE Working out of your home is a great way to launch a small business if you can’t af

Post has attachment
Using YouTube to Boost Your Business Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Google+ Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Bebo Add this to Google Bookmarks In an article from the web we check in on B2C where author Ryan Harris goes over how to get more business by using YouTube to promote your small business.  We hope you enjoy the article, learn, comment and share! By Ryan Harris (Business 2 Community) August 26, 2013 Driving traffic to the website for your small business can be a challenge. Google Adwords tends to be prohibitively expensive in industries dominated by national brands, or large lead generation companies. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is murky and difficult to navigate as Google continues to make changes to how they rank sites in their results. Word of mouth is much easier said than done. Social Media marketing, however, has been getting an increasing amount of attention by small business owners due to 
Wait while more posts are being loaded