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Old 21st November 2017, 07:19 PM   #1
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Did you know that a whopping 8 out of 10 (80%) of businesses fail in the first 18 months? Sadly, most small entrepreneurships fall in the category of businesses which crash and burn. According to Anita Campbell, the mastermind behind smallbiztrends – one of the leading reasons most small businesses fail is lack of an online presence.

A website is arguably the best and most reliable way for a small business to enhance its online presence. Just having a website is however not enough. It needs to be a great website that can attract and retain the attention of the target audience. Two indispensable qualities of a great website for a small business are:

Website must be informational
Website must be easy to navigate

In this brief but nonetheless detailed article we look at why every small business website must be informational and easy to navigate.

Let’s delve in…

Read more - http://www.smallbizviewpoints.com/20...d-information/

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Old 5th February 2018, 01:56 PM   #2
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Most businesses fail because their capital runs out and their owners underestimated how much time, effort and money it would take to get it past the self-sustaining level.

It is not an easy option running a business of your own for sure, you need to be a little of everything, salesman, businessman, accountant, marketers, ICT specialist. Skills that people have but often a lot of one not enough of the others etc.

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