Pricing and profit are extremely important aspects of running a business, and it's often a struggle for small business owners to get them right. One tactic that can help is setting minimum prices for each type of job to ensure you're making money.
Most small service businesses start off with one guy: the boss. You're not technically a boss, because it's on you. So how do you know when to hire your first employee? We'll give you some thoughts and advice to help you figure it out.
If you're running a service business, you should be familiar with recurring work. Regularly recurring jobs are the best way to build up steady, dependable income for your business. Learn how to make it work for you.
If your service business isn't easy to find and review online, it should be. Your customers won't find you or trust you if it isn't. Get the lowdown on how to get online fast.
Today, we're releasing something we're really proud of, and we think it's going to change the way you look at your business. We're calling it the Annual Wrap-up, and here's what it looks like:
You've probably heard a business say it's bonded, licensed, and insured. Find out what that actually means and whether your business needs to be, as well.
Setting goals is a great way to push yourself and your business forward. WorkWeek's new business invoicing goal feature helps you easily set a dead-simple monthly invoice goal—and track your progress towards it.
Buying gifts for service professionals can be tricky. We made a few lists to help you if you're looking to buy a gift for a landscaper, handyman, wildlife controller, electrician, or professional cleaner.
The Better Business Bureau has a long history of helping consumers choose a trusted business to work with. We'll help you determine if becoming accredited is right for your business.
Vehicle wraps are becoming very popular for small businesses these days. Review the pros, cons, and what you should be aware of when considering a vehicle wrap for your business.
Quotes and estimates are often used interchangeably, but have different legal implications in some areas. Learn why your service business should probably be using estimates.
We recently released an updated and improved business section. It gives you more insight how your small business is doing, and it's easier to use and understand.
Business cards can often result in a large amount of calls for a service business. We'll give you some tips on where to drop them off so you can get more jobs.
Setting goals can seem a little silly, but in business, goals are everything. Whether it's sales, customer satisfaction, or efficiency, there are a lot of great ways you can use goals to build, run, and grow a successful service business.
Automated feedback just got better. Now you can view your businesses customer satisfaction rating, and how your customers feel about the work you're doing.