Las Vegas: A Fabulous Sign

by , April 3rd

Las Vegas Welcome Sign

This is a post from Signs.com’s co-founder, Kirk Green:

Almost every city or town has some type of welcoming sign.  Many include population, elevation and established date.  It is hard to understand the obsession with altitude, but most city’s include it.  Denver even boasts about it.

A few signs, like the Hollywood standard, become landmarks. Yet there is probably no more iconic city sign than the Welcome to Las Vegas sign.  Actually the sign says, “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada.”  (See Surprising Facts)

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How to Effectively Market Your Salon

by , March 7th

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Starting and maintaining a business is hard work. As the business owner you have to invest your time and money into the business, and then face the daily challenges that come along with owning one.

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The Pros and Cons of Franchise Ownership

by , March 5th

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There are thousands of franchises and even more franchise locations throughout the United States. The total number of franchises is expected to be 770,368 in 2014, rising by 12,915 from the total number in 2013, with quick service restaurants representing the largest subdivision in franchising. Buying a franchise is becoming more popular because the idea of being your own boss is so appealing to many people out there today.

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Temporary Signage Solutions For Your Restaurant

by , February 28th

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When you walk into a restaurant there are typically signs everywhere. This is simply because restaurants have an endless need for signs. Whether it’s a permanent need, like displaying your restaurant name and logo, or a temporary one, like displaying daily specials, restaurants of every type use some kind of signage every day.

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The Ultimate Guide to Grand Openings For Bricks & Mortar Locations

by , February 18th

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A grand opening or re-opening is important for every business. It’s a time to have some fun and get involved with your community, as well as a critical part of your long term success for many small businesses.

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Image Quality – Signage 101

by , February 14th

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In this edition of Signage 101 we discuss all things regarding image quality and graphics. After reading through this you’ll have no problems with pixelation, file types, resizing images and even transferring large files. Give it a read and then jump over to our design tool as a seasoned veteran ready to design your own sign.

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A Quick Guide to Small Business Tax Write-Offs

by , February 11th

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There are numerous tax-related terms and rules that a small business owner needs to know, whether they’re doing their own taxes or hiring out. Knowing what a write-off or tax deduction is and knowing what items a business can and can’t write off are important things on that list to remember.

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Resources to Survive Tax Season as a Small Business

by , February 7th

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Taxes are something we are all used to, but when you’re an entrepreneur or small business owner, taxes are a little different and tend to be more complex. So whether you’re still deciding between doing your own taxes or hiring a professional these resources should help tremendously.

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Window Signage Options – Signage 101

by , February 5th

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Our “Signage 101” series helps you make sense of the world of signage and all of its different options. We’ve previously put together a video on vinyl banners and talked about every last thing you’ll ever need to know about grommets. Today we’ll tackle signage options for windows.

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Small Business Taxes – To Hire or Not To Hire

by , February 3rd

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Tax season isn’t everyone’s (or anyone’s) favorite time, but it comes along every year and since taxes must be paid, there’s nothing we can do but get them done.

In the past, the only option was to hire a tax professional. Today, because of advanced technology, people can do their own taxes through software programs at home or online. But just because you can do something yourself doesn’t always mean that you should.

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