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  • Micro Enterprise Council Blog

    OUR MISSION: To connect & educate entrepreneurs and micro enterprises to support their pathway to success. This blog is a member-driven blog, and we seek to provide informational articles on a variety of topics that our member businesses will find valuable. Although moderated by the Micro Enterprise Council, the opinions and advice given in these posts may not reflect the opinions of the Micro Enterprise Council or the Fauquier Chamber. Please be sure to vet all information you read in this blog and consult with those you trust on any topic before taking action for your business. If you would like to submit an article for publication to the Micro Enterprise Council blog, please use the form found here: http://bit.ly/submit-blog . Thank you! We hope you will find this resource of benefit as you grow your business.
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    Yvonne Herbst
    Saturday, November 9, 2019
    When was the last time you checked your business’ online reputation to see how it stacks up against the competition? Just as we all should be getting twice-yearly dental checkups and annual physical checkups to maintain our good health, so too should business owners conduct regular “online reputation checkups” to see how their business is — or isn’t — showing up online, and how their online reputation compares with their top competitors in their local marketplace. Read more
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    Michelle Coe
    Wednesday, January 23, 2019
    Do you find yourself dreading the thought of trying to hire a website or design pro? It can be confusing, for sure. Everyone uses similar words to describe the services they provide… but how do you know (REALLY know) whether or not you’ve hired the right person for the job? Here are a few tips, along with a website checklist that you can use as you’re thinking about the features & functionality you want for your website. The checklist is not exhaustive, but it’s intended to be a starting point for a conversation with your web pro when you are ready to undertake a site (re)design. Read more
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    Jennifer E. Goldman
    Tuesday, October 30, 2018
    Who is your customer, and what services are your specialty? If your answer is "everyone" and "everything", you may need to narrow your focus. Read more
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