4 Free Tools to Grow Your Online Business!

4 Free Tools to Grow Your Online Business!






By Zack and Rachel Earn a dollar and the skills will last a lifetime Building your own ecommerce business is no easy task. From choosing a product, evaluating viability and sourcing, to building, launching and growing sales. There are a lot of puzzle pieces to put together. So we decided to interview the found of Blu kicks, a shoe company from San Francisco and Mama & Little in Vancouver that has built their business through ecommerce. Specifically, we wanted to know how they made their first sales. Sign up for Shopify today! 14 day trial and no…

The Simple Guide To Building A Business with Shopify

The Simple Guide To Building A Business with Shopify






By Zack Rosenberg Sounds like a nice dream, doesn’t it? Think of how much of a difference an extra $1,000 or $5,000 could make to your life. It could free you up from debt or allow you to quit that job. So, what’s Shopify and how is it going to help? The bigger question is, HOW? If you’ve landed on this article you either have an interest in Shopify OR in making $10,000. Let’s assume for the moment it is the latter. Shopify is the premiere e-commerce platform in a…

5 Ways To Jazz Up That Workspace

5 Ways To Jazz Up That Workspace






By Taryn Rosenberg Picture this: you’re six months into a job, and while you had every intention to make your desk the shining, organized desk of envy, it’s now just a place where your coffee mug, sticky notes and banana peel live. Or maybe you dreamed of jazzing up your home office, but instead, your workstation is covered in mail and looks NOTHING like the images you pinned on Pinterest. We’ve all been there. We envy the days where getting new school supplies was crazy exciting, and we especially pine…

What Does A Social Media Manager Do All Day?

What Does A Social Media Manager Do All Day?






By Taryn Rosenberg “It took thirty-eight years before 50 million people gained access to radios. It took television thirteen years to earn an audience that size. It took Instagram a year and a half.” – Gary Vaynerchuk (Social Media Maven) I’ll never forget the moment my fifth grade teacher told us that most of our future jobs (AKA “what we want to be when we grow up”) hadn’t even been invented yet. My mind was blown. At the time, I daydreamed about working on flying cars and robots that could…

Happy Birthday, Zack!

Happy Birthday, Zack!






By Rachel Herskovitz Almost five years ago, I was introduced to Zack by my best friend Jenna. We didn’t know if we liked each other and we definitely didn’t think our first outing was actually a date. Well, it was and it ended up resulting in what is now two years of marriage. So, what do I know now that I didn’t know then? I know that Zack is the most dedicated person I know, to his family, to his friends, and to his work. Zack is incredibly funny, and…

Is Your Profession and Passion the Same Thing?

Is Your Profession and Passion the Same Thing?






By Zack Rosenberg Here is another good question, have you stopped to think about it? When you reach your freshman year of college almost everyone wants to know what you plan to do with your life. As if at 18 you are fully equipped to answer that questions. Can’t answer it now. What you plan to do after college is usually the thing you are most passionate about, until reality strikes. The job you want doesn’t exist or the job you want doesn’t pay. Even Warren Buffet advises that you…

7 Items More Memorable Than A Business Card

7 Items More Memorable Than A Business Card






By Taryn Rosenberg It’s 2016 and let’s face it: the concept of business cards is totally antiquated. If someone wants to exchange contact information, it would be second nature to pull out your phone and make it happen. Plus, if you know a company name, you can likely find an individual’s email address within a few clicks on Google. It’s just not hard to get in touch anymore. Not to mentioned Linkedin, right? Instead, we use the words, “take my card” at networking events and meetups. It’s an indirect way…