Topics: Small Business
National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day celebrates small business owners, much like the business owners DollarDays serves every day. These individuals spend countless hours nurturing and growing their young enterprises. The workload demands coupled with the lack of a hired staff, often translate into late hours and long days. There are missed family and personal events, but they love what they do because they are their own bosses.Read More
Topics: Small Business
Facebook is an amazing tool to meet new people and help others.Read More
Some of you know that DollarDays' CEO, Marc Joseph, authored the book, The Secrets of Retailing or How to Beat Wal-Mart! to help small businesses compete in the world of big box stores. In fact, DollarDays.com has a wealth of Marc Joseph's business and entrepreneurial articles, focusing on small businesses for you to enjoy.Read More
On Facebook, during March 2014, DollarDays is asking its fans to nominate a local food bank to win in the $5,000 food and merchandise giveaway. DollarDays donates $5,000 each month to charitable organizations that help communities, nominated by their fans.Read More
During February, DollarDays held a Facebook contest where our fans nominated their favorite childrens' charities to receive flip flops in our 1,500 pair giveaway. The response was huge to help the kids! We randomly selected five organizations to each receive 300 pairs of flip flops for boys and girls.Read More
The online store business (e-commerce) has come a long way in the past few years, which is good for those who want to open an e-commerce store to supplement his or her income or to go into business full time. The cost is low, the ease of creating your new store has never been easier and adding products to sell is a breeze!Read More
by Marc Joseph, CEO of DollarDays; reprinted from The Huffington Post
The compromise spending bill for $1.1 trillion keeps the government open through September, according to CNN. It increases funding to Head Start by $1 billion for early childhood education which makes sense after its recent low point with the forced budget cuts last year. It increases the paychecks of federal workers and military personnel by one percent. It reduces funding to the IRS and Environmental Protection Agency. It launches policies at getting more low-risk passengers through security quicker at airports. So it has a little bit in it for just about everyone. But once again, Congress is kicking the can down the road because we are going to have this same contentious conversation next fall when this extension expires.
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