Alyssa Gregory is a small business collaborator and the founder of the Small Business Bonfire, a social, educational and collaborative community for entrepreneurs.

Alyssa's articles

  1. 5 Ways to Make Twitter Less Noisy

    Twitter might be noisy, but the good news is that there are a number of ways available to help you control the noise, find the information that’s most important to you and ignore the rest. Here are five ideas that can help you turn down the volume on Twitter.

  2. 5 Smart Ways to Find Clients

    Finding clients is something almost every small business owner struggles with from time to time. Alyssa shares a few ideas for expanding your reach and your client roster.

  3. Simple Secrets for Success in 2011

    Psst…Alyssa has a secret. Actually, the “secrets” contained here are not earth-shattering or even new, but they’re powerful in their own right and worthy of being a reminder to everyone who has goals, ambitions and dreams.

  4. Four New Apps Cooking in Google Labs

    Google Labs has been known to have some interesting apps cooking from time-to-time. Here are four of the newest apps being developed, tested and reviewed by Google. Do you think any of them have staying power?

  5. Track Your Ego with TwentyFeet

    TwentyFeet is an ‘egotracking’ service that helps you keep track of your social media activities and monitor your results. Alyssa takes a look at what it can do for social media users.

  6. Four Ways to Guarantee Failure in 2011

    It’s good to have a positive outlook and dream the big dreams, but it’s even better to temper it with a touch a fear that things won’t end up exactly as you hope they will. Alyssa gives us a list of possible paths to failure so we can prevent it from happening.

  7. 15 Reasons You (and Your Clients) Need a Mobile Strategy

    Seems like everyone has a smartphone these days, and if you’re not creating a mobile experience for your target audience, you could be missing a huge piece of the puzzle. Alyssa backs up this statement with 15 statistics you’ll want to check out … and a few resources to help you get started.