Over the past few years, an interesting transformation has occurred in the business world. Social media has become less of an optional marketing opportunity and more of a priority. In fact, platforms like Facebook and Twitter have become integral parts of brand awareness, content distribution, lead generation, and customer acquisition strategies for businesses.
Though social media can be a huge distraction and often consume hours without any tangible returns, appropriate utilization can help build the targeted branding, recognition, and engagement to establish and grow your venture.
Social computing involves the use of online social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn to reach consumers in innovative ways. Businesses of all types are getting involved in social media in an attempt to reach to a new audience and reinforce their ties with existing customers
BLNC or Business Link North Carolina, a service of the NC Department of Commerce, is your access to an extensive network of experts who can help your business succeed. Everything you need to know from licenses, government contracting, business plans, tax information to marketing and access to capital.
The business law tab is especially helpful for business information. This page also includes a guidance on searching the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for information on patents, trademarks, and intellectual property.
NOLO has a section devoted to businesses, LLCs, and corporations. The articles answer such fundamental new-business questions as "How do I form an LLC?" and "How much should you charge for your services?" Check out the online legal forms section. It's free to register for an account, but there is a charge for many of the legal forms.
In it you’ll find forms for all types of corporate meetings and written consents, including shareholders meetings, hiring, appointment, tax, and business resolutions, employee benefits, stock dividends and issuance resolutions, and more.