Becoming Your Own Web Host Has Never Been Easier

One of the biggest benefits WebsitePanel brings to the table, in concert with some of our other key services, is that it’s now easier than ever to become your own web host.

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What a Frilled Lizard Can Teach Us About Business (3 Easy Ways to Make your Business Look Bigger & More Credible)

Here’s 3 easy ways your small business can be like the Frilled Lizard.

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Selling ad space getting a little tough? Sell T-Shirts!

For content-driven websites, or even content in print, for that matter, monetization is typically limited to advertising—the selling of ad space. This model, however, leaves businesses at the mercy of a fickle advertising market, which has been in a substantial recession since last spring.

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Introducing Newtek SiteCenter

We did something a little sneaky recently and we’d like to come clean about it, right here on our blog.

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Five Questions to Ask Your Merchant Processing Provider Before Signing On

Whether you’re providing services to your clients, or are yourself a small business owner, selecting the right merchant processing plan will weigh heavily on 2010 growth. In the interest of narrowing your search options efficiently, we’ve identified five questions you need to ask before selecting your merchant services provider.

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Looking to expand your web development business? Outlook on financial backing in 2010

Last week our Chairman and CEO, Barry Sloane, shared his thought on the financial outlook for small business owners in 2010 during an interview on the Bob Coleman Small Business Banker radio show.

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2010: Looking Forward with Bob Cichon

Newtek Technology Services President, Bob Cichon, provides a look ahead at the upcoming year. Tune in to hear him discuss customer upgrades as well as updates on products and programs

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New Year’s Resolutions for the Small Business Owner

I came across this article discussing New Year’s resolutions for the small business owner. The collective list is incredibly insightful given the current economic climate and the rebuilding goals for the New Year.

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Be A Hero To Your Clients: Avoid The Oregon Trail

The Oregon Trail was a learning staple for any child of the 80’s. Perhaps, even in adulthood and the world of ecommerce, there are still lessons to be learned.

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2010: The Rise of the Small Business

If you’re an NPR junky like myself, or have even skimmed any newspaper or online news site, you already know that there’s been a great deal of “soft” urging (and by soft, I mean intense, but in a tough love kind of way) by the White House, prompting financial institutions to take a second look at small business loans.

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