12 Tips to Always Choose the Best Technology for Your Startup


Whether you’re an Ecommerce store or a SaaS startup, you have to rely on various third-party technologies to build your own business. Whether it’s web hosting provider or collaboration tools or marketing platforms, it’s essential to pick the right technology to grow your business faster. Continue reading

Why It Is Smart to Invest in Cryptocurrency Startups


It’s common these days to hear people talk about investing in Bitcoin or Ethereum, but there are other opportunities to make money from the crypto craze. Instead of investing in tokens themselves, cagey investors have begun investing in the startups that have moved to accept them as a valid form of payment. The overarching reason for this is quite simple: the value of tokens themselves can be volatile, and subject to sudden fluctuations. Continue reading

Finance Hacks for e-Commerce Business Owners in 2018


When it comes to e-commerce, taxation can be tricky. Not only is it integral to understand tax laws across different states and how they might affect your business, the new tax bill will result in a flurry of activity. The tax law, passed in December by the Trump administration, will cut the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent and encourage small business owners to make more investments by allowing them to deduct the costs of depreciable assets every year. Continue reading

How to Make Your Online Products Appeal to the Senses


Some products are all about taste, which can be a tricky business when you’re trying to sell those products online. Unlike customers in a brick-and-mortar shop, online visitors are unable to sample your product, or even smell, touch or see it.

That means you must rely on other methods of enticement to get consumers excited enough to give your products a try. As a manufacturer of tobacco e-juice, Black Note shares three tips geared toward doing exactly that. Continue reading

4 Killer Tips for Using Social Media to Promote Your Brand


No matter what kind of products or services you have to offer, you’ll hardly manage to keep your business afloat if you don’t develop a strong brand. Not so long ago, having a strong brand meant you need a business name and logo everyone are going to remember. Still, things are a bit different now when internet has become one of the most important aspects of our everyday life. Besides a name and a logo, you now need a well-thought social media presence if you want your brand to succeed. Continue reading