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Positive Change for Start-up Investing

September 30, 2013

The Jumpstart Our Jobs Act (JOBS act) is a bill that will help start-ups grow, hire, and fundraise. The act will impact the rules for how start-ups are able to advertise and obtain investments. According to the bill, the SEC will veto an old ban on general solicitation of accredited investors. With the lift of this ban, start-ups are now allowed to advertise everywhere, including billboards and commercials.

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iTunes Radio Launch

September 27, 2013

With the launch of iOS 7 on September 18th came many new features to Apple products, including the new iTunes Radio. iTunes Radio allows users to create custom stations based upon songs and artists. Users can also find music through featured stations. Guest DJs and companies like Katy Perry and Twitter have created their own stations that are displayed on iTunes Radio.

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5 Marketing Lessons From The Dollar Shave Club

September 26, 2013

For your company to become noticed, you need to put it out there. Spending thousand in advertising seems ridiculous when you could make a decent launch video to introduce your product to consumers.

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The Most Tried and Failed Small Businesses

September 25, 2013

50% of small business will fail within their first year, according to recent studies, and a staggering 95% won’t make it to their fifth year of operation. Lots of factors go into keeping a small business afloat.

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How to Keep Outstanding Invoices From Killing Your Business

September 24, 2013

Outstanding invoices can be a serious especially if they become unpaid invoices. It’s just a “cash flow issue waiting to happen.” Here’s a few tips on how to make sure you get paid on time for your hard work.

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