In the last year, it’s been incredible to see the strides that businesses have made. There’s so much changing for the better for entrepreneurs, and Frontier Business has endeavored to create helpful, actionable advice in the form of our weekly blogs. As we looked back over this year, we found these posts to be our top 10 in terms of visits and shares.
By far the most popular of Frontier’s blogs, this gives you a step-by-step insight into what exactly digital marketing is, with tips on how you can find your audience. It also goes into not only what marketing is, but the skills most likely to succeed. If you haven’t looked at it yet, we highly recommend it.
Anyone who’s had to go through an airport where there isn’t free wi-fi knows it is a harsh pain, which is probably why this is Frontier’s second most popular post.
An affordable way to hire someone, while also giving them the gift of mentorship and experience, is by hiring an intern. Perhaps that’s why this post is #3 in our most popular blogs. Head over to see the other benefits of hiring an intern.
How you treat your employees can affect their productivity, which is why we examined how these seven small businesses address employee wellness. Strategies include paid gym memberships or policies that instruct employees not to send urgent emails to each other between 10pm and 6am. Curious to see how your company measures up? Check out the article.
A co-working space can be a great idea to save money when you’re a solopreneur or small business, but still need to meet with clients or network with other like-minded business owners. Like with any business expense, however, there are some considerations to think about before you sign the dotted line. For instance, who has access to your work area and when? Curious to know more? Just click the link.
At its most basic definition, a PBX system manages not only calls coming in and going out of the organization, but also the internal communication within the company. We go into more detail about how a PBX system could be right for your business. If you are still looking for information, we highly recommend this blog.
Taxes can be complicated, to say the least, so don’t be surprised that you may be eligible for some tax deductions for your home-based business. While you do need to keep some detailed records, you may be eligible for deductions for home office space, utility bills, or office supplies. Find more details, along with forms for the deductions, in the blog post.
As we all know, leadership can make or break a business. But what makes a good leader? We did some research and found 10 traits that can be good indicators of leadership. Did you know Benjamin Franklin found that he became a better leader when he learned to be humble? Or that humor can be an effective tool at leading? Find out more on the post.
Thanks to increasing advances in technology, you can now hire someone from just about anywhere in the world without worrying about relocation fees. However, it can be difficult to help remote employees feel connected to the rest of the organization. We found 5 strategies that could help bridge that gap, including making time for small talk during conference calls and gamifying teamwork. Find out more on the blog.
As discussed in #9, having remote employees comes with both its advantages and disadvantages. While working remotely can be less stressful for the remote employee, building trust between the team and the remote employees can be a challenge. We address some of the most common challenges and advantages that you may not know about.