What should your business be doing durning a shutdown? When determining what your business should be working on during slow period or shutdown situations are opportunities to improve. Example many businesses such as bars and restaurants have found opportunities to provide partial employment by offering new and creative ways to continue to provide products and…

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Employee Programs Our friends at BBSI who provide excellent HR services and support for many small businesses across the country would like to get the word out about the impact Coronavirus (COVID-19) and what programs are available during the Covid-19 Pandemic event.   Washington Paid Sick Leave  Washington State Law that mandates employers provide paid sick leave…

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Considering a Shutdown or a Reduction in Force (RIF) Our friends at BBSI who provide excellent HR services and support for many small businesses across the country would like to get the word out about the impact Coronavirus (COVID-19) and what to do for small businesses. Before A layoff Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program. The Small…

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Impressions > Clicks > Leads – We want money! Impressions > Clicks > Leads – We want money! As an analytical person math, metrics, and results are preferred to systematically deliver consistent results. We often hear “we get clicks but how many of those clicks are actual leads”. Well, let’s figure that out This exercise…

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Sign up for Google My Business These instructions came directly from Google. Note: There might be a listing for an old business at the same location where you\’re registering a new business. Do not attempt to claim it. Instead, suggest an edit to have it marked as closed. Then, proceed with creating a new Google My…

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Working problems and issues is an everyday activity with businesses. Knowing the difference can help with approach and when to step-in and or prioritize. From a perspective of a business function: Issues are a single occurrence, occasional, or rare of unwanted results that may be minimal impact. Problems are reoccurring issues or major impact. For…

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 Google has combine your gmail and Google Account Profile images and could be independent of each other. This is currently a popular topic and could be a concern for some as many don’t like change. However, this applies to Personal Google Accounts and not Google My Business Accounts. This primarily applies to Profile Photos. To…

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We’re all employees of business and have a role to play. We impact businesses around our business and the relationship we have is vital for our success. When choosing to do business or work with contractors we look for the same or similar qualities as we do our employees. Work ethics, dynamics, long-term, productivity, and…

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Ken Honda and his book Happy Money was very educational and is a recommended read. His take on how we view money is very interesting. Treating money with respect to its energy and how we feel toward it. He provides examples and perspectives that help explain his theory and the benefits of changing how we…

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We’ve all done some DIY project and there’s a time and a place for DIY. Ever done a DIY project that took significantly longer than anticipated, over budget, poor quality work? Sure, we all have. DIY can be an opportunity to have fun, learn, grow, and in some cases more effective. Every form of business…

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