Want an easy-to-navigate small-business site that gathers together
hundreds of key links, plus information on hot topics like firing
employees, selling your business, marketing and doing taxes? Drop into
BusinessTown.com (http://www.businesstown.com), a site that's doing a
good job of compiling content that appeals to entrepreneurs. The original
information on the site tends to be written in a short, punchy, readable style
and gives the facts in a fast enough form that even a time-harried
entrepreneur will read through to the end.
Running your own business can be a great thing or it can become your
biggest headache. Go in to the game prepared. Businesstown is a very
comprehensive and educational site that will lead you down the right path.
There are, easily, two dozen categories of topics covering a huge assortment of
sub-topics concerning the many different aspects of starting and successfully
running your own business. You will also find a different topic highlighted every
day as well as a bookstore, business forum for sharing ideas, and lots more. If
you are an entrepreneur or aspiring to become one, you owe it to yourself to
check this site out now.
Adams Media, a small business book publisher, surprises us with a well-put
together web resource, that is BusinessTown.com. BusinessTown.com is an
informational site for entrepreneurs, small business owners and operators. It
provides a comprehensive guide for planning, starting, growing and managing a
small business. Use the site for free to gain access to access hundreds of
articles addressing dozens of business topics, participate in forums and connect
to additional resources around the Web.
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A good primer for new entrepreneurs, this site provides a guide for starting and managing a new business through
informative articles and links to other sites. Massachusetts-based Adams Media launched the site in February to
provide information drawing on excerpts from its books and software, which focus on small business and career
topics. The site offers articles on an array of subjects, including finance, office supplies and equipment, taxes, legal
issues, time management and marketing. “Ask Bob” and “Streetwise Tips” offer detailed how-tos on some topics.
Try the site map for easier navigation.
BusinessTown is the newest venture for Adams Media, a
publisher of many popular small business books and software
titles. BusinessTown is just the latest effort by a very busy and
bright fellow named Bob Adams to help small businesses in
planning, starting, growing and managing a small business.
BusinessTown is a Web site that gets its content from the Adams
Media library of publications. It already offers hundreds of articles
covering 25 separate business topics.
So, what makes BusinessTown so good? To start with, the site address a wide
variety of topics, such as advertising and marketing your small business.
Most of these topics are covered by a collection of links to
relevant sites around the Web, some brief "streetwise" tips, and a
number of well written articles from the featured book that goes
along with each topic.
Finally, if you can't endure another minute working on someone else's big ideas, then
start your own company! BusinessTown's Small Business Assistant will get
you well on your way to putting you in the driver's seat of your life and
career. Discussing everything from how to manage people, business planning, legal
issues, getting started, hiring and firing, it's the perfect one-stop shopper
to learning about life as an entrepreneur.
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BusinessTown.com provides quick access to everything you need to know to run your business efficiently.
Whether you're just starting a business or trying to sell one,
Businesstown.com covers the terrain of issues involved. Learn
how to start and run a small business without losing your shirt,
your sleep or your sanity. There's marketing information,
business-expansion tips and links to companies that can help sell
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