Each month we share tons of great legal, business, marketing, and life resources for small business owners & entrepreneurs on Twitter, Facebook, and (now) Periscope. But it’s easy to miss out on some great stuff, even if you follow us on the various social media accounts. So here’s what you might have missed last month. […]
When you form a business with other people, the automatic default is that you are forming a general partnership. This is a very dangerous form of business, because you are personally liable for the debts and obligation of the business (even actions taken without your knowledge or approval). So if you are not ready to […]
Here’s our latest Client Spotlight, where you learn about our interesting small business and entrepreneurial clients. Be sure to check out last month’s feature on Kaneisha Grayson and her futuristic theories on holographic technology & humanoid assistants! — Our client Martha Jo Atkins consults directly with people dealing with death, dying, and grief, and also […]
Most small business owners must manage multiple social media channels, particularly if the company is virtual and does not benefit from traditional storefront marketing. Just like a storefront, however, the most attractive and attention-getting social media accounts rotate their displays frequently, to keep viewers interested and engaged. With this goal in mind, in addition to […]
Some people can get away with no contracts and no corporations for decades of business, while other people implode in litigation. What’s the difference?
This is the fourth post in our Client Spotlight series, where we share interesting stories and answers from our fun entrepreneurial clients. Be sure to check out previous spotlights of Liz Lockard & the Jetsons, and Nathalie Lussier’s coffee with Egyptian royalty. — Kaneisha Grayson is the founder of The Art of Applying, an admissions […]
Hey entrepreneurs, your company is an extension of your person brand. So if something happens — like the company is sold, goes bankrupt, or you leave — can you take your social media accounts with you?
You’re launching a new business or product, but you searched & found that the name is already being used by someone else. Oh no! What do you do? Here’s a guide:
So you think you want to register a copyright over your creative works? First, lets start with the basics—what is a copyright? A copyright is the bundle of rights (to sell, license, reproduce, display, print, publish, perform, or record) over a creative work, including literary, artistic, or musical works. A copyright is NOT a trademark (image, symbol, […]
This is the third post in our Client Spotlight series, where we share fun facts and stories from our wonderful enterpreneur clients. Be sure to check out last month’s Spotlight of Nathalie Lussier, and learn about the smell that makes her productive. — Liz Lockard is a marketing expert, specializing in Google Analytics and SEO […]