The New Entrepreneur Toolkit: 41 Tools to Get Up and Running

One new business is started every minute in the United States. Some economists predict that more than 40% of Americans will be self-employed by 2020. Eighty-eight percent of the Fortune 500 companies that existed in 1955 no longer exist today. Fifty percent of new businesses close within 4 years. Only a third of those new businesses survive 10 years or more. Forbes contributor Eric Wagner says 8 out of 10 new businesses fail within the first 18 months of initiation.

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3 Reasons CPM is Still a Viable Revenue Stream for Bloggers

In 2015, the Interactive Advertising Bureau reported that 2014’s total ad spending reached a record high of $49.5 billion – a 16% jump over the previous year. Two-thirds of that revenue was attributed to performance based advertisements and 1/3 to the CPM model. With $16.5 billion being spent on CPM advertising, the CPM model is still hanging in there as a viable revenue model for bloggers who wish to monetize a project that probably started out as a hobby launched

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19 Tools to Help Small Business Owners Get Stuff Done

A recent Small Business Trends article addresses the three most common challenges small business owners face. Those challenges are: people, finances and time. The good news is the availability of affordable technology can help business owners address all of these challenges. While the technology may be readily available, entrepreneurs need to sort through a multitude of options to find the tools that best fit their needs. Here’s a list of tools for business owners that will help them accomplish their

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