Most people will tell you that one of the biggest challenges in life is starting your own business. Others might argue that getting married and raising kids is the biggest feat of all.Read More
Lately, the idea of the ‘side hustle’, a part-time hobby that can be monetized, has been taking off with enterprising and budding entrepreneurs. Those who enjoy a full-time but perhaps not emotionally or financially fulfilling 9-5 job are turning to online marketplaces like eBay or Etsy to sell their crafts. Similarly, those whose full-time gigs aren’t very challenging are taking on content writing and research in their spare time.
Millennials are making waves. As a generation, they are redefining what a successful career is, with a focus on flexible and fulfilling work, and millennials are not afraid to make financial sacrifices in order to stay true to these values. With this in mind, combined with the fact that many millennial men and women are unable to find desirable jobs upon entering the workforce, it’s no surprise that entrepreneurship appeals to many millennials.Read More
Banks have to be careful about how much they lend and to whom. When you ask for a loan, lenders aren’t just seeing you as a risk for their business: You’re a risk for the economy as a whole.
From my experience, I have seen a lot of agencies bootstrap their businesses – either in fear of accumulating debt or a misunderstanding of options. While bootstrapping is safe, it is not the only option. At FoxRead More
We’ve heard just about every excuse there is explaining why business owners don’t practice content marketing. The worst of them all is when they say they won’t create content because they can’t write well.
Thought leadership plays a bigger role in content marketing than your writing skills. When consumers see your posts on social media, they’re more interested in your content than they are in your writing ability. As long as your thoughts are clear and intelligible, your thought leadership should take over.Read More