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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.

You might find this hard to believe, but taking a step back and relaxing can actually help your business. As an entrepreneur, it’s easy to get caught up in your challenges and feel like you have to be going all the time. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, your business can probably benefit […]

One of the realities of living the freelance lifestyle is a variable income. Every month, you make a slightly different amount of money (and sometimes the difference is more than slight). Even if you aren’t a freelancer, you might run into situations in which you have a variable income. Planning your budget when you have […]

Success in entrepreneurship isn’t just about your idea or your money. Plenty of people have interesting ideas or a lot of cash to throw around — and they never quite manage to find success in their ventures. If you want to be an entrepreneur, take a step back and evaluate whether or not you have […]

One of the realities of running a business is that sometimes you have trouble collecting payments from clients. Not every client pays every invoice on time, and some clients forget to pay. In some cases, you might even run into a client that just refuses to pay. When you have an unpaid invoice, you need […]

At one time, it was easy to differentiate between small businesses and large corporations. Customers and clients could look at a business’s address, business cards and, in later years, website and determine a company’s size and success level. But technology has leveled the playing field for businesses. Using cloud technology, a small business can set […]

Sharing information about your business can be dangerous, especially if you face stiff competition in your field. But in order to turn your idea into a successful venture, you’ll probably have to discuss it with multiple people, including potential clients, freelancers, and prospective investors. You need a guarantee that your concept will remain top secret […]

Small business can sometimes feel swallowed by much larger companies, especially on a local level. How can a local diner compete with a chain restaurant that moves in across the street? How can small boutiques lure customers away from the convenience of purchasing an item online and having it delivered a couple of days later? […]

Small businesses often start as one-man operations. While some businesses may require more than one employee from the start, such as a restaurant or delivery business, many others can be kicked off by one person and remain that way for several years. However, making the leap from a solopreneurship to a multi-person business requires a […]

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