30 Best Small Business Apps for 2020

When you’re a small business owner, you’re expected to have all the answers. Such as solving problems, communicating with employees and customers, marketing, managing finances, and the list goes on. There is no doubt you’re constantly searching for ways to increase productivity while competing with bigger companies but with little to no spare manpower. And…

Staying Current: Small and Mid-Size Businesses Moving into 2020.

Small and midsize businesses face many challenges in today’s economy. From engaging customers in new and different ways to attracting and retaining talent to remaining secure amid evolving threats, it’s not easy to stay ahead of the curve. The right tools help you meet those challenges, ensuring employees can be innovative and productive while your…

33 Ways to Get More Clients

“How do I get more clients?” It’s the question every consultant asks. Why? Because clients are the lifeblood of any consulting business. Without clients, you can’t keep the lights on. Without clients, you can’t make payroll. Without clients, you can’t grow. So how do you get more clients? There’s certainly no silver bullet. I wish I could…

Why Professional Grant Writers Won’t Work on Commission

You’re looking for ways to raise money for your new nonprofit or business, and want to hire a pro to help you win grants. Your budget is tight now, but if you’re awarded the grant, you’ll have tens of thousands of dollars. So, why not pay your grant writer a percentage of the grant you…

How do we Eradicate the Stigma of Small Business?

As a society, we seem to draw negative attachments to small business. Where does this come from? Is it possible to encourage a college degree or higher education without devaluing the “house painter” or what it might represent? Further, how do we eradicate the limiting beliefs or stigma attached to small business? If we look…

Ready to Start Your Own Business? 24 New Ideas in 2019.

More than 20.5 million Americans own their own businesses. Another 53 million work freelance full or part time in various fields ranging from computer programming and rideshare driving to, yes, journalism and writing. Most of the rest of us want to. The OECD (the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development) found that 58% of women and 69% of men…

What Has IMF Been Up To?

Wow! Since our new CEO took over in 2016 there’s been a lot of magic being casted onto the world through the company. We try our best, but we can’t always share the amazing things that are happening behind the scenes but today we decided to change that oversight! In 2017, Internet Marketing Footprints leader,…

6 Tips for Doing International Business

Technology has connected our world more than ever before. Now we can enjoy easier international travel and exchange of goods and services overseas. If you run a company in the United States, it may be time to start thinking about expanding your global reach beyond the US and into international territory. That step may seem…

Cryptocurrency and Its Impact on Small Business.

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency or asset that relies on encryption technology to transfer value over the Internet. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin operate independently of a banking system and can be used in many countries as a store or exchange of value like cash. The most common use of cryptocurrency is buying and selling goods and services online….

50% Off Website Development, Digital Marketing, and Grants Management!

The holidays are officially here! This year, we have developed over 50 new websites for clients, boost the brand of over 35 clients through digital marketing services, and secured millions of dollars in grant funding for over 82 clients! Since these services were our most popular throughout the year, we are offering all three for…

Your Employees Determine the FATE of your Company

Two in five CEOs fail within their first 18 months of leading an organization, according to a study published in the Harvard Business Review. One-third of chief executives from Fortune 500 companies don’t make it past three years. Achieving goals requires your teams’ support and commitment. If your team is not on board, this could…

Final quarter of Federal Fiscal Year? Time to make moves that count.

The goal of an organizational selection process is to add people to the organization (fill positions) who will benefit the organization. Likewise, a secondary goal must be to keep out any people who will harm the organization. Another component of this involves assessing and differentiating applicants based on how much they can help (assessing qualifications…