Welcome to this week’s small business news weekly roundup!
In this week’s roundup, we’ll discuss tech solutions for common small biz problems, how to avoid social media pitfalls, and debunking myths about small business insurance.
First, some other great roundups:
- This Week in Small Business: 1,000 New Bankers: The New York Times shares links to articles on the President’s inauguration, Bank of America’s goal of hiring 1,000 small business bankers, how to let employees know they’re appreciated, tips for how employees can be more productive when working from home, how to never give up on becoming an entrepreneur, and much more.
- 3 Things You Should Know About Small Business: Jan. 30: The Street links to articles about Research in Motion’s new Blackberry, SBA Hurricane Sandy loan approvals exceeding $1 billion, and the partnership between Angie’s List and Square for mobile payments.
- Small Business Must-Reads: Thursday, Jan. 31: From The Wall Street Journal, links to articles on what small biz owners think of Twitter (hint: not much), tips from experts on how to use social media to attract and keep customers, a small business hiring increase in January, and more.
And now, the rest!
- 5 Tech Solutions for Common Small Business Problems: Lisa Wirthman at Forbes shares advice on mobile apps, analytics, cloud storage, mobile security, and web teleconferencing.
- How to Protect Your Business from Social Media Pitfalls: Again from Wirthman at Forbes, this article give small biz owners advice on how to make the most of social media without overextending themselves.
- 10 Myths Small Business Owners Believe About Their Insurance: If you’re deciding on your insurance coverage, this is a must-read article before signing anything.
What’s new in your small business world this week?