Top 5 for Entrepreneurs & Business Owners – May 18, 2013

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Let’s cut through the noise and get back to simplicity because you have a business to run!

There’s so many sites and so much news out there it can be hard for a busy entrepreneur to cut through the noise and get the best ways to help out his or her business. The Top 5 presented by CEO Blog Nation distills the best information for entrepreneurs and business owners from across the web to help out your business. We focus on 5 categories: (1) Tips and advice (2) Guest Post/Blogs (3) News (4) Guides and (5) Events.

Business Tip: Creating an Experience Around A Boring Service (via What if Aesop Owned a Business?) – When your business isn’t exciting to your clients and potential clients, create a good customer experience.

Guest Post: Launching a Business? Don’t Leap Before You Leverage (via OPEN Forum) – Instead of just leaping into your own business, leverage your current employer’s credibility and resources to help ensure future success.

News: GOP Governor’s Allies Balk at Sales Tax Hike (via Huffington Post) – A group of conservative Republican freshmen state legislators in Kansas met with Gov. Sam Brownback (R) on Friday and told him that they will not support his attempt to keep in place a 3-year-old sales tax hike.

Guide & Advice: How to Use The Rule of Three As A Blogging Tactic (via Under30 CEO) – According to Wikipedia the principle of “The Rule of 3″ suggests that “anything that comes in a set of three are naturally funnier, more agreeable or more effective than other numbers of things.”

Event: Small Business Mixer presented by CEO Blog Nation (DMV CEO) Entrepreneurs, Startups and Small Business Owners are invited to the Small Business Mixer (SBM) presented by CEO Blog Nation, Party Luv & Blue16 Media on May 30, 2013 from 5-8 P.M. Mix and Mingle with entrepreneurs and small business owners at Selena’s Bar and Grill in Woodbridge, Virginia.

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