Peter Daisyme is the co-founder of Palo Alto, California-based Hostt, specializing in helping businesses with hosting their website for free, for life. Previously he was the co-founder of Pixloo, a company that helped people sell their homes online, that was acquired in 2012.

world online security

The overwhelming tide of cyberattacks continues to rise. Even well-funded IT departments are having trouble keeping up with the threats. According to most major reports, hackers are now able to spend more than 200 days snooping about a network unnoticed, allowing them ample time to access all of the information they need. There are many […]

financial habits

According to Gallup, half of employees are ready to leave their jobs. Some of these individuals might even go on to start their own businesses. While statistics indicate that half of those startup attempts will be unsuccessful, right now the small business optimism index is at its highest level since its inception 45 years ago. […]

home mortgage savings

Money, including how we use and borrow it, has changed dramatically in just the past decade. Traditional payment methods are now peer-to-peer, contactless, and mobile versus cash, check, or plastic. We have primarily the internet and technology to thank for the new ways we conduct transactions. Now, imagine what will happen with money in the […]

vacation budget

People tend to go on vacations to indulge, spending money more freely than usual, but if you aren’t careful, those costs can eat into your personal finance health. And if your budget’s already tight, you might think a vacation is impossible because of how expensive even a small trip can be—after all, the average solo […]

fintech-blockchain-purposes

The blockchain is supposed to be a revolutionary technology, changing the way we think about everything from financial transactions to cybersecurity. Yet only something like 3 percent of Fortune 500 companies are currently using the blockchain as a core part of their business. We might be seeing slow and steady progress, with consumers warming up […]

business negotiation

Money skills can often be boiled down to the elements of budgeting: controlling your costs through awareness and management. However, there’s one business skill that’s often underrated in terms of its financial impact: negotiation. Negotiation saves your business money. This action allows you to work toward a lower price for your common expenses, making sure […]

Financial Tasks for Small Business Owners

If you hope to be competitive in the current marketplace, you have no choice but to start accepting credit card payments. However, many small businesses aren’t as prepared as they ought to be in order to manage this function. Is that your situation? Not only do credit card transactions cost you money, but they can […]

productivity maze

No business wants to experience downtime. When you’re in manufacturing, the financial cost of downtime can be significant.  To satisfy your financial goals and keep your bottom line strong, you need to understand how much downtime is costing you as well as how you can reduce it. Calculating the Financial Cost of Downtime Research shows […]

Finance for Business Owners

Your financial health and potential for building wealth are dependent on your habits. Short of winning the lottery or receiving a massive inheritance, the best financial habits involve those little decisions you make every day and every week. Developing these habits all at once is problematic. First, there is a steep learning curve. Second, not […]

We’ve reached a point in conversations around making this time the era of cryptocurrency. It’s beginning to feel natural to think that crypto could one day replace standard currency. But, what if it could overthrow our entire financial system, including banks? The financial industry isn’t seen in a favorable light. Consumers hold very little trust […]

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