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Business Planning Tutorials

By Stephen Morris, SBA Official
Published: April 26, 2010 Updated: November 29, 2012

Have you struggled with mapping out your business's plan? Is it an item on your To Do List that you keep ignoring? Have you even considered writing one?

Tim Berry, one of The Industry Word authors, has contributed a video series in his area of expertise,
Business Planning.

Enjoy!

About the Author:

Stephen Morris

SBA Official

Stephen Morris is online media coordinator for the U.S. Small Business Administration where he manages digital outreach to the small business community.

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Thanks for this planning tutorials, i have one or two other plan somewhere but i thik this one here are the best, i am newbie for planning stuf so i think it will help me alot on the hard way. This message has been edited to remove links to commercial sites. Please vist our Community Best Practices to find out more about the advertising rules.
HI StuartR, Thanks for nice tutorials, i have one query while i was reading one of the post from ' The Indusry Word' I come across to this search enigne ( http://www .google.com/unclesam ) really this is fantastic search engine, i want to know that is there any search engine for specific business search?
Hello,  I've been blogging a good amount on this site and cannot seem to integrate any sort of anchor text at the ending of my submissions.  If possible, I would love to do so.  This is the code which I'm doing.  Any help would be great.   Sincerely,  Ken Sundheim President <a href='www.kasplacement.com'>Sales and Marketing Recruiters</a>
Hi Marthin, Glad you liked the tutorials. I'm afraid I don't understand your question. Yes, the Uncle Sam search is a pretty good search engine. Beyond that I'm afraid I have no other knowledge. Best of luck, Stuart
Hi StuartR, my question is when you open this search engine ( http://www .google.com/unclesam ) and search anything it will show you government results, same way i am interested in such a search engine when i search for any terms it show me only business related search.Hope you got my question?
All, I'm glad to hear that these tutorials have been helpful. Please only post questions for Tim Berry on this forum. All other posts will be removed. Thank you, Stuart
marthin wrote: Hi StuartR, my question is when you open this search engine ( http://www .google.com/unclesam ) and search anything it will show you government results, same way i am interested in such a search engine when i search for any terms it show me only business related search.Hope you got my question? Hi Marthin, Business.gov offers a unique business search engine that quickly and easily finds information from federal, state and local government web sites. You no longer need to visit multiple government websites to find information you need. This should provide you with the search results you're looking for. Hope that helps!Stuart
Thanks StuartR, for giving awareness that this busniness.gov is aslo small busniess search engine. I have read the link which you have provided and i come to know that this busniness.gov search engine win the award in aug 2008 and also this Business.gov is the only the search engines that allows us to search by zip code and get results that are directly relevant to doing business in a local area i.e one of the fantastic feature. Hope this search engine slowyl comes with more advance features which will not be limited to local area but helpful to national and international level. Great to be part of this search engine.  

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