Three Things Small Business Magazines Offer

Written by Small Business Magazine on June 17, 2013. Posted in Homepage

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When you are a small business, there are many things you need to keep in mind about optimizing your company performance. Many experts recommend reading a small business magazine in order to keep yourself informed about the latest trends in the business world, and so that you are aware of how different government tax and employee policies will affect you. What are some things you might find out about if you pick up small business magazines?

First, search engine optimization is one way small businesses are getting in on a larger online market. Search engine optimization, or SEO, involves the creation of quality content usually in the form of blurbs, articles, and blogs, that appear on or off the website and contain a suitable percentage of keywords and phrases. Many companies now invest in SEO as a way to increase their search engine rankings, considering how important rankings are to web visibility. People often use search engines to find local services, and the majority of people never scroll past the first page of results.

Second, many small businesses are concerned with how the new health care laws will affect their business. Businesses with more than 50 employees, less than 50 employees, and less than 25 employees all have different regulation rules to play by. Small business magazines say that it is a good idea to understand the specifics of the laws that will affect your business as a result of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise you risk being found in violation of the law, and you can be fined.

Third, many businesses are learning to cut back on unnecessary expenditures in order to keep overhead low and profits high. Small business magazines report that many companies are outsourcing labor that is traditionally done in office, such as receptionists, office help, and online marketing. This is especially useful for businesses who do not wish to keep set hours, or who do not experience enough desk or phone traffic to make it worthwhile to hire a receptionist who only has a few hours of actual work.

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