In this week’s edition of the Micro Business Roundup, we’ve got a number of great articles from across the Web that touch on everything from finance to online video. How was your week?
9 Ways To Write Great E-mail Subject Lines – Have you experienced a lack of interaction with your email marketing? One area that often leads to this lack of engagement is the subject line. This post offers nine tips to draft compelling subject lines for your customers.
Still Not Sure If Twitter Is For Your Biz? Here’s 5 Things It’s Great For – It is easy to get overwhelmed with social media nowadays. With limited time and resources businesses have to determine where to best allocate their time. If you are on the fence with Twitter, check out this article from Small Biz Technology that offers five things that Twitter is good for.
A Financial Tracking Tool for Small Business – Do you have trouble tracking your businesses finances and lack the budget for an accountant? If so, you might want to check out this feature from Entrepreneur on inDinero, a Web-based finance tool.
Shhh! Interest Checking Is Now Available to Small Businesses – On the one-year anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act becoming law, many of the provisions in the bill have went into action. One of which is interest checking for small business owners.
Video Marketing: Should It Matter To Small Businesses? – Is video right for your business? Much like the question on Twitter above, there is no standard answer and each business owner needs to make that decision based on their business’ needs. This post offers some good pointers on what doing video requires.