Kevin Norvell

2013 State Of Online Christmas Shopping

HubSpot has created a terrific (and beautifully designed) slide deck illustrating the State of Online Christmas Shopping for 2013. Have a look… 47 Stats for Remarkable Holiday Marketing from HubSpot All-in-one Marketing SoftwareWhat are some ways that small businesses can compete with the increased popularity of online shopping? Post your thoughts in the comments below.Kevin NorvellWeb Project …

2013 State Of Online Christmas Shopping Read More »

SBA Partners with Microsoft to Deliver Technology e-Learning Series

WASHINGTON – The newest resource to help small business owners more efficiently use technology to run their businesses is being provided to help grow their businesses and create jobs. The Business Technology Simplified online course series teaches the benefits of using modern technology that can take businesses to the next level of success. “We are …

SBA Partners with Microsoft to Deliver Technology e-Learning Series Read More »

Kentucky’s Most Famous Entrepreneur

Happy Birthday to Kentucky’s most famous entrepreneur, Colonel Harland Sanders. According to his 1974 autobiography, before Harland Sanders became a world-famous Colonel, he was a sixth-grade dropout, a farmhand, an army mule-tender, a locomotive fireman, a railroad worker, an aspiring lawyer, an insurance salesman, a ferryboat entrepreneur, a tire salesman, an amateur obstetrician, an (unsuccessful) …

Kentucky’s Most Famous Entrepreneur Read More »

Are Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Right For Your Business?

Kevin Norvell, Web Project Manager In 2012, the use of x86 virtualized servers increased by 13 percent, bringing the total percentage of x86 virtualized servers to 51 percent, according to ServerWatch. It’s no surprise. Businesses rely more on virtual servers because of major dedicated and shared server downsides. Dedicated servers have a reputation for being …

Are Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Right For Your Business? Read More »

Is Your Website Ready For The Holiday Shopping Season?

Getting ready for the holidays can take several months, depending on how much preparation your digital business requires. Yet most Internet professionals don’t have that type of time on their hands, leaving many worried as November approaches and their holiday strategy is still incomplete. Luckily, there is time for Web professionals to wrap up the …

Is Your Website Ready For The Holiday Shopping Season? Read More »

How To Guard Your Small Business From Cyber Attacks

The costs experienced by U.S. businesses from cyberattacks each year has reached $140 billion, Forbes reports. Every business needs to protect their digital assets, but the small business owner may not have the budget or human power for sophisticated cybersecurity. These tips will help any business, including the smallest, prevent computer attacks. Implement Better Passwords One …

How To Guard Your Small Business From Cyber Attacks Read More »

Startup purchases that will save you money over the long haul

Small business owners start their business with an average of $10,000, reports Wells Fargo. This money must support the business’s opening inventory, initial marketing and cover the supplies needed to open. While starting on such a small scale can be good for business as it allows you to make rookie mistakes when you don’t have a lot …

Startup purchases that will save you money over the long haul Read More »

4 Reasons A Point Of Sale System Is The Best Choice For Your Small Business

Decades ago, the “ring ring!” of the cash register signaled robust sales and a happy shopkeeper. Small business owners still love a busy cash register, but our increased reliance on technology may bring more headaches than joy. Sales go unrecorded, recorded inventory doesn’t match what’s actually in stock, and it’s tricky to accurately record cash flow. Switching …

4 Reasons A Point Of Sale System Is The Best Choice For Your Small Business Read More »