Jamie Johnson

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About Jamie

Jamie Johnson is a Kansas City-based freelance writer who specializes in writing about small business and finance. In additional to writing for CO, she currently writes for clients like Business.com, Quicken Loans, and Business Insider.

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GROW » MARKETING

How to Market Your Business During a Recession

It’s important to continue marketing your business, even during an economic downturn. Learn six strategies for marketing your business during a recession.

GROW » MARKETING

6 Steps to Market Your Business in a Competitive Market

Learn six strategies to market your business and stand out in a crowded market.

RUN » FINANCE

How to Choose a Business Bank Account

If you run a small business, you’ll need a business bank account. Here are seven tips for choosing one.

RUN » TECHNOLOGY

7 Paper Records You Should Keep at Your Business

Most companies are going fully digital, but here are seven items for which you should still keep paper records.

RUN » HUMAN RESOURCES

Health and Wellness Benefits for Part-Time Employees

Wellness benefits can increase employee productivity and improve job satisfaction. Here are seven health and wellness benefits you can offer part-time employees.

RUN » HUMAN RESOURCES

How to Manage Scheduling for Part-Time Employees

Scheduling part-time employees can be challenging, but these seven tips will make it easier.

GROW » MARKETING

Facebook Stats: How to Measure Success With Metrics

You have a Facebook page for your business, but how do you know if it’s helping your bottom line? Here are the top Facebook stats you should be tracking.

RUN » TECHNOLOGY

8 Free Small Business Tech Tools

Save money by trying these eight small business tech tools for free.

RUN » HUMAN RESOURCES

6 Perks to Offer Part-Time Employees

It’s not enough to offer a high salary — job seekers also want attractive benefits and perks. Here are six hiring perks you can provide part-time employees.

RUN » HUMAN RESOURCES

10 Interview Questions to Ask Entry-Level Candidates

These ten interview questions can make it easier to hire entry-level employees.