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The 3 Best Ways to Create a Productive Desk Space

May 27, 2015 | By: MBurge

With the number of tools, books, and experts out there for sale, it’s no secret that most companies feel that they can always have more productivity. But there are ways to get more work out of every day that don’t cost money. In fact, there’s one sitting right in front of you.Your desk can be optimized for the style and nature of your work so that you can finish more of it every time you visit your office space. All you have to do is follow these tips and you’ll be on your way to creating a wor... Read More

Is Your Small Business in Financial Trouble?

May 22, 2015 | By: MBurge

In the beginning of financing a new business venture, the excitement fuels a desire to make what you’ve built into a stunning success. But unfortunately, you can find yourself in a situation where your small businesses is in financial trouble. And figuring out how to get out of this mess--as well as how you got in it--can leave you wondering where to even begin.If you’re not seeing the money you need, try looking into these common areas to find out how to get your company back on the road to st... Read More

5 Reasons You Must Have a Small Business Blog

May 15, 2015 | By: MBurge

So you’ve heard that content is king and content marketing is the key to growing your business, but what you maybe haven’t figured out is the actual reasoning behind the effort you would have to expend into generating blog posts for your business.Some common excuses from small businesses who don’t blog are:We don’t have the time or manpower.We don’t have a professional writer.We don’t have the budget to hire someone to blog.No one wants to read about our product/service.Blogging wouldn’t make a... Read More

How to Vacation as a Small Business Owner

May 13, 2015 | By:

Whether you’re taking a vacation as a sole proprietor or as the CEO of a company with several team members, getting away is tough. You might wonder if you’ll be able to relax knowing that work will have to get done or emergencies will have to be handled without you.But it is possible to escape the office for a few precious days to wander down white beaches or climb up snowy mountains. Follow these tips to keep the office running smoothly in your absence and still enjoy the moments of your vacat... Read More

The Best Bothell Neighborhoods for Your Business

May 11, 2015 | By:

Bothell, Washington: A town that once served as a sleepy bedroom community has been waking up in the last few decades to an economy fueled by biotechnology, telecommunications, and engineering. And along with these business developments have come residential developments in the form of distinctive neighborhoods. When you’re planning where to shop for Bothell office space, consider locating in one of these unique neighborhoods.Canyon ParkLocated at the junction of Bothell-Everett Highway and I-4... Read More

How to Keep Employees Engaged in Summer

May 06, 2015 | By: MBurge

The days are hot, the nights are breezy, kids are out of school, and the mood of the office is relaxed. With weather so bright and beautiful, it’s hard not to stare out the window and long to be on a bike, at a barbecue, or simply soaking up the sun-anywhere but the office.While it’s easy to empathize, the reality is that work still has to get done in the summer. But you can take some measures like the ones below to let employees enjoy this season and still stay engaged at work.Plan for Vacatio... Read More

Going Green: Weighing Your Business' Options

April 22, 2015 | By: MBurge

Earth Day is here, and with it, a chance to reflect on how we can leave our planet a better place. For most companies this means going green. But many business owners have concerns about what it would take to become more environmentally-friendly and aren’t sure how to decide which initiatives they should participate in.If you’re ready to get eco-friendly, one way to choose which ways to help the environment will be most worth your time are to consider which options for a green office make the m... Read More

The Basics of Small Business SEO

April 15, 2015 | By:

No matter what the size of your business, keeping your pipeline full of promising leads is top priority. But if you’re a smaller organization, getting those leads at a low cost is even better. And that’s where a highly optimized website comes in. Keeping these tips in mind for your own website will ensure good search engine optimization so that it’s easily found and give it a quality user experience that will leave visitors with a positive impression of your company.Keyword ResearchBefore you c... Read More

Seattle's Wage Hike: Your Options as a Small Business

April 08, 2015 | By:

On April 1st, Seattle implemented the biggest pay hike any major U.S. city has taken on. Minimum wage will gradually rise to $15 an hour in the Emerald City over the next decade. For small businesses grappling with the change, this is what you need to know:Small businesses will have to start paying at least $10 with a $1 credit for tips or health insurance.Small businesses will have 7 years to raise their wages to $15. The first five years will include adjustments for tips and healthcare costs.... Read More

Put Your Eggs in More Baskets: How to Diversify Your Client Base

April 01, 2015 | By: MBurge

Every client you connect with is another win when you’re in the risky and exciting venture of owning your own business. But as you grow, it might be time to take a hard look at your list of clients and see if you’re putting all your eggs in one basket. If many of them are from the same industry-or if you notice they are all like you-it could be time to diversify your client base. Branching out into new segments might seem tough, but the effort is worth the benefits: independence from the fluctu... Read More

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