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  1. Open We Stand

    #OpenWeStand is a resource for small business owners, connecting them to other entrepreneurs and inspiring them with creative solutions to keep their businesses open during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Business
  2. 1,000 True Fans? Try 100.

    “I believe that creators need to amass only 100 True Fans—not 1,000—paying them $1,000 a year, not $100.” On the blog of Andreessen Horowitz, Li Jin explains how today’s creators can effectively make more money off of fewer fans.

    Business
    Photo by Lex Photography / Pexels
  3. This female founder is equity crowdfunding her cannabis company

    The team at hey hello high interviews cannabis entrepreneur Jane West: “Venture capital in the cannabis industry is just so predatory. It’s very Caucasian male-dominated, and it’s not a friendly place for new businesses.”

    Business
  4. Kate Pearce Vintage

    On Kate Pearce’s website, the vintage-obsessed interior stylist shares design and social media tips, sells a selection of carefully curated items, and offers generous doses of visual inspiration.

    Business
  5. Planted Table: A Sustainable Way to Deliver Delicious Vegan Meals

    Two sisters wanted to make it easier for busy families to eat tasty plant-based meals. So they launched a zero-waste vegan delivery service called Planted Table.

    Business
    Photo of Planted Table founders Megan Scott and Lauren Mahlke by Drew Bird.
  6. HeyMama: Building a Community of Working Mothers

    Through HeyMama, Amri Kibbler and Katya Libin have created a community of career-driven mothers.

    Business
    Photography courtesy of HeyMama.
  7. Barista Hustle

    The team at Barista Hustle, a leading coffee-education hub, creates resources and shares their extensive knowledge on topics ranging from cutting-edge gear to latte art.

    Business
  8. Alt Oasis 2019 Inspiration List: 10 Entrepreneurs to Follow

    These 10 speakers at the Alt Oasis conference in Palm Springs use their WordPress websites to promote their businesses and brands.

    Business
    Danielle Lucia Schaffer's City Girl Gone Mom and Angela Kim's Mommy Diary, both powered by WordPress.
  9. What We Want to Do Is Have a Table Where Everybody Is Invited

    Hajj Flemings, founder of Rebrand Cities, aims to get thousands of small businesses online. Here, he shares insights he’s collected while talking to business owners across the U.S.

    Business
  10. Monetize Your Site: Options to Make Money on WordPress.com

    No matter your goals, there is a monetization option for you.

    Business
  11. We Knew that We Could Start from the Bottom and Build It Up

    “One early challenge we had is us being young black women: I feel like a lot of people didn’t take us as seriously as they should have.” Melissa Roche talks about her NYC hair salon, NappStar — a business she runs with her sister Annette.

    Business
  12. Build Your Brand and Grow Your Audience: Our Best Advice

    Six ideas to help your build your site and your customer base.

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    Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels
  13. A Recipe for Success: Three Tips for Selling Your Product

    Chef Damon Davis sells his “everything sauce” effectively on his website.

    Business
    The website of Chef Damon's "everything sauce."
  14. Create Value Through Your Content: How to Be a Resource for Your Readers

    These WordPress.com Business websites offer valuable content to their readers.

    Business
  15. Seven Website-Building Tips for Beginners

    Building your business or professional website? Make these six tweaks.

    Business