In last week’s episode, we talked about the importance of pricing for online businesses. This week, I thought it would be appropriate to ask the question, “should you ever discount your offer?”
I still see a lot of online entrepreneurs feeling unsure about what to consider when deciding the price of their online offers. Many times, their pricing is holding them back from taking their business to the next level.
One of the most common ways we see entrepreneurs make things harder for themselves is by not having centralized software to track every sale they make in their businesses.
December and January are when things really pick up for us at Evolved Finance. That’s why it's the perfect time to talk to Keila Hill-Trawick, the owner of Little Fish Accounting.
You’ve probably heard that Marie Forleo is not going to be working with affiliate partners next year to sell B-School. So why the sudden change of heart around affiliate marketing?
Over the years, I’ve heard a lot of takes from different business experts about what online businesses should do during the holiday season.
Entrepreneurship is inherently risky. Period. That being said, it doesn’t HAVE TO be any riskier than working for someone else.
We talk to hiring expert Megan Baker about how you can get better at hiring the right people for your online business.
Nobody can be good at EVERYTHING in their business. At the same time, it’s not reasonable to only focus on the aspects of your business that you like and completely ignore everything else.
As any business grows, there becomes more cash flow left over each month. But how do you know when the time is right to give yourself a raise?