Brian Perry 


End of the Line: Tips on Managing IT Assets

Information security is a big part of business operations today. More than 80% of business-related information and files are now stored digitally, which is why the growing need for better data security is easy to understand. After all, the majority of your business operations depend on how well you protect your data. What many business owners often neglect is the fact that … [Read more...]

Tips for Starting a Handyman Business

If you enjoy working with your hands and prefer to be self-employed, becoming a professional handyman might be the right move. With that said, there are a number of specific areas of expertise that a handyman needs to master, most of which are distinct disciplines. This means those who wish to make a career out of helping others with home improvement projects need to be sure … [Read more...]

Here’s Why Your Content Strategy Should Include Blogging

If you look at your timelines, the most shared posts are video content, which are usually around three minutes at most. This is why it is so easy to think writing blog articles may not be as important anymore as creating vlogs or short clips. However, putting blogging aside may hurt your views and your ranking. Publishing articles on your page is still one of the most … [Read more...]

A Look at the Funding Options for High Risk Businesses

There are several reasons why your business may be classified as a high-risk business. When you, the owner of the business, has a bad credit score, your business will be seen as high-risk. Other reasons include the nature of the business, being in a volatile industry, and the risks faced by the business in its operations. When a business is classified as high-risk, there are … [Read more...]

Getting Out of That Timeshare Property

Whether you’re getting out of a timeshare property that you no longer want or can afford, or cancelling one that you’ve inherited from older parents, you need a water-tight plan that starts with a cancellation letter. Understand the following before your make your plan to cancel: Read the contract carefully and explore your options for renting out, selling, or gifting … [Read more...]

The Need For Professional Tax Planners For Small Business

TaxSlayer performed a Tax IQ survey for tax preparation attitudes and perceived tax preparation abilities by Americans, and some interesting results came out of it. 28% of individuals would rather go without a cell phone or car for a week instead of having to face the task of tax preparation. 53% have no confidence in their ability to complete tax forms without professional … [Read more...]

5 Things That Keep Most Manufacturers Up at Night

Even in the modern digital age, in which virtually every product or service seems to exist in a virtual state, the backbone of society still rests on manufacturing. Without manufacturing, we have no cars, no computers, no washers or dryers, and no machinery to build the countless other machines we depend on for modern life. With so much dependent on manufacturing, you’d … [Read more...]

What is Sales Training and Why is it Important?

When your sales team receive an email inviting them to attend a sales training course, you can bet that they are going to sigh, roll their eyes, and try to do everything they can to get out of it. Why? Because your sales team want to spend their time doing their job – making sales and forming relationships with your prospects. Unfortunately, some sales representatives have … [Read more...]

5 Things You Should Know If You Use Your Car for Business

There are many types of work out there that require people to use their vehicles for part or all of the time. A couple of examples include those who travel regularly to meet with clients, vendors, or other business associates, and people who work for ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft. If you’re someone who uses your car on a regular basis for work, here are 5 … [Read more...]

3 Marketing Tips Businesses Can Learn From Sports

We tend to think of sports on every level as simply existing. Whether professional, collegiate, or international, they’re just there as part of our everyday life, and in the fabric of modern society. The reality, though, is that many of us are constantly aware of sports not because they’re necessarily omnipresent, but because the marketing in the sports world is often some of … [Read more...]