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Startup Digest

Small Business

December 17, 2016

Welcome to this week’s Startup Digest. We hope you enjoy this week’s digest and feel free to send us any thoughts or suggestions for next week!

We’re kicking off startup digest with a post from Fit Small Business. The title is “How Much Does A Website Cost?” and aims to provide you with different options for getting a website and their cost. Whether you want to hire a professional or do it yourself, there’s more than enough information on there to help you make a decision.

Our next post comes from Media Leaders and focuses on A/B testing practices. It’s a roundup from 11 digital marketers on the best practices. You may know a few of these, but if you’re not familiar with A/B testing or would like to learn more about it, these tips are a good start in the right direction.

Next up are tips to consider while planning business meetings & events. They come from our friends over at Dealslands. From venue selection, deciding the room for the meeting, food arrangement to the sound system, here’s everything you should consider.

Let’s talk about accounting and how to keep on top of it, for your small business. It’s not always easy, and when tax season comes, many people dread it. CorpNet has some helpful tips for you with their 5 ways to handle small business accounting. Take a look for more information.

We move on to a post on Small Biz Technology which focuses on VoIP. Particularly, setting up VoIP on a budget. This will be especially helpful for you small businesses out there that are just getting started but don’t have too much money to spare.

Finally, we end this week’s Startup Digest with a post from College Recruiter. If your business is hiring recent graduates or interns, this may or may not be useful. It focuses on helicopter parents and how to deal with them when interview candidates. If you’re in the HR world, you’ve probably dealt with your fair share of this. If you’re not, then here’s a good resource to help you prepare for when you are in hiring mode. You never know when this situation may come up!

You’ll find some incredible sites to bookmark on this list. Thanks for taking the time to read our Startup Digest. Happy reading (and bookmarking). See you next week!

Small Business Startup Digest is curated by:
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How Much Does A Website Cost?

Maggie Aland - Fit Small Business

Depending on how much work you are willing to do yourself, and how customized you want your website to be, you could spend anywhere from $0 to $10,000+ on a new or revamped website.

In this guide, we’ll walk you through the different options you have to build your website, and how much each of the options will cost.

11 A/B Testing Best Practices for Digital Marketers

Media Leaders

A/B testing is the practice of comparing two variables to see which variable more effective at maximizing a desired outcome. For example, a web designer can A/B test two landing pages to see which page has a higher click-through-rate on an advertisement. Or, an email marketer can compare two email subject lines to determine which one has a higher open rate. Once you have a solid A/B testing strategy in place you can really start to create content that is optimized for engaging your audience and increasing conversions.

We asked 11 digital marketers, what are some must-know digital marketing best practices for A/B testing?

Tips To Consider While Planning Business Meetings & Events


When it comes to planning business meetings and events, it becomes the responsibility of the manager to ensure that everything goes well. To make sure the event becomes successful. It includes a number of tasks like finding the venue as well as arranging other facilities. So first of all you need to choose the right hotel to arrange everything. So let’s see the arrangements that you need to make while choosing the hotel.

5 Ways to Keep On Top of Your Accounting

Jeanne - CorpNet

A small business lives or dies by its cash flow. If you’re not staying on top of your accounting, you could be making significant mistakes that can derail business growth. Failing to reconcile your business bank accounts, not keeping track of income and expenses, or waiting to apply payments to open receivables leads to incomplete or incorrect accounting information.

Business accounting doesn’t have to be an onerous task. With the right mindset, tools, and support, you can stay on top of your accounting and keep accurate track of your business’ income and expenses. These five tips will help you manage your numbers even if you’re not a ‘numbers’ person, and keep careful track of your accounting data.

How to Setup VoIP on a Budget – Internet Telephony

Marc Prosser - Small Biz Technology

There are plenty of expenses to running a business today, however while many of them are necessary, you shouldn’t be spending too much on phone service. In the past, it was common for businesses to spend hundreds of dollars each month for multiple service lines. Today, however, thanks to solutions such as VoIP phone services, the days of spending extravagant amounts of money are finally gone.

How employers should deal with helicopter parents

Anna s - College Recruiter

Parental involvement during the job application process is on the rise, as we are all well aware. For older generations, the ways parents get involved may seem shocking, but it does no good to just scoff. Employers should know how to respond to both candidates and parents when they get that phone call from a mom or dad.

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