Work.com (http://www.work.com/), a how-to site for businesses to find and share advice on critical business topics, has achieved a major milestone, surpassing 10,000 how-to guides. The site now offers one of the broadest repositories of original business how-to solutions anywhere on the web.
The guides on Work.com provide practical answers to the business challenges posed by everything from new social media technology (Facebook Basics for Your Business) to tough economic times (Small Business Microloans.) Work.com has built a reputation as a trustworthy online resource for business leaders and entrepreneurs looking for clear, concise business guidance. The site has garnered over 1 million unique visitors by covering hot topics like Learning Search Engine Optimization, Twitter for Business and Green Business Travel.
Work.com also allows members to write and publish their own how-to guides in addition to creating a personal or business profile page. This can be a cost-effective way to build both personal and business visibility online. During times when professional development budgets may not allow for travel to conferences or online marketing budgets may be shrinking, Work.com offers an attractive option for businesses. In fact, over 1,000 Work.com members have contributed guides in their areas of expertise.
Work.com offers a free weekly newsletter from editors with their finger on the pulse of top business trends called WhatWorks. Every week, newsletter subscribers get cost and time saving tips from links to guides like 60 Free Web Development Tools & Resources for Entrepreneurs, Sample Business Plans and Best Payroll Practices. To sign up and receive timely business advice in your inbox, visit http://www.work.com/newsletter.asp