Here are some of our best small business technology articles and tips for your small business.

5 common IT mistakes small business owners make

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Equipping your business with the proper IT tools and solutions right from the get-go can make all the difference to get your business

5 of my best productivity tools (that will also change your life)

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THUNK. THUNK. THUNK. That was the sound of me banging my head against the desk before I started using these tools. Do you ever

What is #ICON14? Day One highlights from Infusionsoft’s small business conference


(Read highlights from Day Two here.) It's hard to find a company that "gets" small business owners. Most big companies create products

Why business owners need to turn off their tech

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Most of us business owners are work-a-holics. We work all the time. And technology has enabled us to do so even more than before. We now can

Parallax websites bring new dimension to website design


When people visit your website, they need to know the basics: who you are, what you do and how to contact you. But if you want to go beyond

How to get more out of your landing pages


Artists like El Greco (pictured) were known for creating art with invisible directional cues that caused the viewer's eye to move through

Our top small business software, apps, tech gadgets, and more to improve productivity

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For all you productivity-hungry business owners, we've compiled our top productivity/tech posts filled with our favorite software, gadgets,

Drafts: The iPhone productivity app you didn’t know you needed


Back before smartphones, my best productivity tool was a “Hipster PDA” (otherwise known as a stack of 3x5 cards held together with a binder

Must-have office tech upgrades


It's amazing how technologically advanced our businesses have become. Who would have thought 10 years ago that the classic desk phone and

Digital etiquette: ‘What is wanted?’


Mobile technology has all but thrown etiquette out the door. Mobile phones have become as common at the family dinner table as salt shakers