Posts tagged The Busy Bee
Why You Should Register Your Business As An LLC

An LLC is a “Limited Liability Company”—pretty much the tax halfway mark between a sole proprietorship and a corporation. It sounds official, but really it means you’re in small business heaven because an LLC gives you the tax benefits of a sole proprietorship with the liability protection of a corporation.

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My 5 favorite ShowIt Web Designers

Showit may not be a name that you hear often but it’s become extremely popular lately in the world of websites. This is a third-party platform that helps you customize your site without moving your blog from the platform you may be used to—Wordpress.

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Why Squarespace May Not Be the Best Platform For Your Site

The three biggest website platforms out there—Squarespace, Wordpress and Shopify—were developed to serve any type of business, but they clearly have their own niches. We’re going to dive deeper into what those niches are and which platform is best for your business.

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4 Types of Emotional Baggage (And How to Pack Them Away For Good)

Emotional baggage is real, it's raw and it's just not talked about enough. I put some serious time (and tears) into laying out 4 different types of emotional baggage that I've personally dealt with (or am still dealing with) and how I've learned to start to pack it away for good.

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4 Different Ways You Can Lay Out Your Blog

Squarespace is a very user-friendly site—it’s easy to learn, painless to teach, and really fun to design. However, it’s also easy to get stuck in the same ‘ol loop of ending up with the same design template you either purchased or were inspired by. Check out these 4 to make your site stand out from the crowd.

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Why Sticking to a Timeline is Key to Your Business’ Success

Here’s why you need to have a timeline: it creates a synergy between you and the client. Not only does it allow you to plan better but you can also deliver your services on time and communicate correctly so the client feels involved and follows through on their side of the deal.

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