Having business resources will help you run your business with as few bumps as possible. From pitching to clients, showing your work, or securing your business’s future, there's something for everyone below.
A domain name is your website
where Internet users can find and access your website.
If someone asks how to find you online, your domain name is what they need.
An LLC (Limited Liability Company) gives you a structure for operating your business, including making decisions, dividing profits and losses, and dealing with new or departing owners.
An EIN is a unique nine-digit number that identifies your business for tax purposes.
It's similar to a Social Security number but is meant for business related items only.
A trademark typically protects brand names and logos used on goods and services. A copyright protects an original artistic or literary work
A password manager is a computer program that allows users to store, generate, and manage their passwords for local applications and online services.
A service platform that makes your site or web application accessible on the internet. The domain name is your website's address that people type in their browser to go to your website.
Copywrite is engaging, clear text for your websites, print ads and catalogs. This is for someone that needs help with producing interesting written content for your branding needs.
A DUNS number is a unique nine-digit identifier for a business created by credit bureau Dun & Bradstreet. Dun & Bradstreet is one of the three major business credit bureaus.
If the person or company does business under another name, that is a DBA name. DBAs are also referred to as an “assumed name”, “fictitious business name” or “trade name”.
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