Here’s our weekly link roundup of small business buzz, musings and muchness. A curation of the best small business talk around the web.
11 Ways to Profit From Health Care Reform. “The Affordable Care Act is real. It’s law. And it’s moving forward. That’s a fact. And while so many businesses are figuring out how this change in health insurance law will affect them, many others are doing what Americans do best: figuring out how to profit.” (The Huffington Post)
Obama team promotes small-business package. “Obama is calling on Congress to enact legislation “to raise the amount of investment small businesses can expense next year …” (USA Today)
10 SEO Techniques All Startups Should Be Using. “Instead of dismissing the tremendous potential involved with SEO, consider implementing any or all of the following techniques into your startup’s marketing plan.” (Search Engine Journal)
What Obamacare Means for All Entrepreneurs. “This month the Supreme Court handed down its much-awaited decision on President Obama’s health-care policy, and largely upheld the controversial bill.” (Fox Business)
Startups, failure is no excuse for failing to communicate. “It may sound like a pretty obvious thing to say but the single most important people for a startup is its users. While it is true to say that investment can critical, and staff help drive a business, a service or product has to have users in order to attract both of those in the first place – with very few exceptions.” (The Next Web)
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