Posts From Tara Miller

Tara Miller
Tara Miller 83 posts

Tara Miller is an experienced writer. She owns and runs a copywriting business.


Create a “Bigger” Business Image with these Tools and Services

The perceived value is one of those core business aspects taught in school that often gets overlooked and forgotten in the real world. Business owners and investors typically find themselves… Read more »

5 Reasons You’re Not Getting New Customers

Has it become difficult to find new business? You’re investing money into marketing and lead generation, but you’re not seeing much of a return. You know you can’t just stop… Read more »

Why Good Customer Service is Crucial to your Business’ Success

Without good customer service your business is basically doomed to fail. You could provide customers with the best products on the planet, but if you don’t have the service to… Read more »

Creating an Invoice that Will Get Paid

Small business owners and entrepreneurs often find it challenging to create an invoice. Even when they do manage to put one together they may find they aren’t being paid as… Read more »

4 Key Differences in B2B and B2C Business Practices

Business to business (B2B) and business to consumer business practices do have many similarities. However, there are some fundamental differences which must be addressed when developing e-commerce, customer service, customer… Read more »

Take Note: 6 Expenses for New Businesses

Businesses have to spend money before their doors even open. Startup expenses can be defined as those expenses that are incurred even before the business is up and running. Many… Read more »

A Quick-Start Guide to Three Strong Forms of Marketing

Marketing is integral to a business because it’s the vehicle by which others discover the products and/or services. A business with a great offer but little to no marketing can… Read more »

Job Highlight: Mortgage Loan Officer, Work for Yourself – Sort of?

When you pause to think about it, being a mortgage loan officer is similar to being an entrepreneur. However, unlike an entrepreneur, you still have a mortgage broker to stand… Read more »

Save Money by Going from Manual to Automated

It’s hard to believe that with the advancements in technology that many companies are still relying on manual paper functions for their accounts receivable and payables departments. Not only does… Read more »

How to Better Prepare for Tax Season as a Small Business Owner

Taxes and other financial business matters can seem very confusing, especially if you’re a new small business owner. You want to make sure that you don’t guess your way through… Read more »