Small Business articles published in November 2012
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November 24, 2012
Social Supports Small Business Saturday
Today is Small Business Saturday, and there are small biz benefits galore for those that have a social networking presence.
Freelancer Buys vWorker, Potential Freelancing Domination Looms
In an attempt to dominate outsourcing, Freelancer.com purchases vWorker for an undisclosed amount of cash.
November 21, 2012
Big Business, Organized. Interview with Workzone CEO Rick Mosenkis
Going under the hood of his dynamic project management software platform is CEO Rick Mosenkis of WorkZone
November 18, 2012
Splurgy and Pinterest: the New Hit Marketing Combo for SMBs?
Since its closed beta launch in March 2010, Pinterest has grown like a baby on steroids. From the summer of 2011 to July of 2012, this social media site experienced a 2,183% increase in growth, going from 1.27 million to 29 million in only a year. Of course, small and large businesses alike have been scrambling to figure out how to make a profit on this social media giant, especially those whose target audience is mainly female. Pinterest seems to be by far mostly populated with women.
November 7, 2012
China Manufacturing Gains Rebound
One of the country's biggest shipping companies, China Cosco Holdings Co., reported a smaller loss in the third quarter of this year compared to last year's report.
November 5, 2012
Is Groupon and Its New Services a Safe Investment for Small Businesses?
More and more "daily deals" companies are aggressively taking action to give vendors the tools they need to sell directly. Groupon has been in the process this year of releasing a number of payment processing tools in hopes of turning around its falling stock shares, expanding its base service of finding great deals near and in big cities in the US. While many businesses have found success with rebranding in an attempt to boost sales, not everyone is sure Groupon will survive.