Understanding the numbers, knowing your operation inside and out, and being the best at one thing at a minimum are keys to survival
The world we used to know is out of service, and businesses large and small are evolving to meet the new realities.
Web designers and developers are being asked to do more for their clients, bringing new skills into the mix to boost their value and strengthen relationships. To help them deliver, GoDaddy Pro presents a new YouTube series, “301 Permanent Redirect.”
Over four episodes, web professionals and influencers take on a variety of fun, creative challenges that reflect common client asks, showing off cool ways to quickly broaden your skill sets so you can help clients stand out, drive traffic to their sites, and succeed.
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Clients often want to jazz up their site, but they don’t have the budget — or, due to social distancing, the conditions — to safely do … Read more
This article originally published on GoDaddy’s Venture Forward website.
Karen Mossberger worked on creating economic “empowerment zones” for Detroit’s city government in the mid-1990s, to help aspiring entrepreneurs overcome decades of urban decay by starting their own companies.
The results were disappointing, weighed down by several chronic problems: lack of access to capital or suitable physical spaces to set up shop, and lack of local demand in one of the poorest cities in the nation.
Today, and billions of internet connections later, Mossberger sees a world that can sidestep some of those physical and financial limitations.
She now studies a source of economic development that many policymakers never see: the tens of millions of micro-businesses that sell online, many without the overhead of a storefront, or the pressure of an all-or-nothing bet on their financial futures.… Read more