USPS Governor Approved 2018 Rate Hikes in 2016

Rates for some key USPS shipping services including Priority Mail and First Class Package...

5 Ways Volunteering Can Help Your Small Business Grow

Customers are the backbone of your business. Customers are more important than consultants,...

These 6 Things Will Improve Your Retail Customer Experience

If you’re looking for repeat business as a retail company, one of the areas you absolutely need to...

Pawning, Selling and Trading Firearms

“Pawn, Sell and Trade” As part of the pawn business model, it goes without saying that a shop can...

3 Habits Every Small Business Owner Should Have

When you’re a small business owner you wear many hats. Maker, promoter, accountant and yes, the...

Gold price edges lower, strong dollar weighs

Gold was in negative territory on Monday December 12 in London, battling pressure from a strengthening dollar ahead of a crucial Federal Reserve meeting this week. The spot gold price was recently quoted at $1,155.65/1,156.05 per oz, down $2.35 on the previous close....

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The Key to Local Marketing: Blending Online and Offline

Any business that believes marketing can be divided into neat little categories is destined for failure. There’s no such thing as an online marketing strategy and an offline marketing strategy. Local marketing requires a unified effort, regardless of the...

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Gun sales boom on Black Friday

The Black Friday weapon sales are not driven by the Christmas spirit since gun laws in many states prohibit buying guns for someone else. The sales are driven by sharp discounts.

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SOCIAL MEDIA STATISTICS 2016

97 percent of online adults aged 16-64 say they have visited or used a social network within the last month. Internet users have average of 7 social accounts, up from 3 in 2012. More than half of online adults 56 percent use more than one of the five social media...

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Gold Rises on Weaker Dollar

Gold prices rose Monday as a weaker dollar lifted the metal from recent lows. Gold for December closed up 0.1% at $1,209.80 a troy ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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Gun dealers prepare to process private sales

ELKO – Local gun store owners are grappling with the impending changes in the background check law that go into effect Jan. 1. According to Ruby Mountain Pawn owner Jeni-Lei Powell, the new law will be a nightmare. “I will have to hire a new person just to handle the...

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