Using Pokemon Go as a Marketing Tool for Your Business

It’s been one week since the phenomenon of Pokemon Go hit the app stores and people all over hit the streets. People of all ages, even those who have never played a Pokemon game before are walking, biking, and driving around town to “Catch ’Em All.” As a business owner, what does this mean to [...]

By | July 13th, 2016|Advertising, Current Events, Important Business Tools, Marketing, Mobile apps, Social Networking, Tips For Small Business|Comments Off on Using Pokemon Go as a Marketing Tool for Your Business

Small Business Social Media and Marketing Seminar

Wednesday February 11, 2015 Charles Di Bartolo from BetterBizWorks will be holding a FREE Seminar for small business owners with The Small Business Development Center at SCI on Staten Island. Learn  the best online business tools available to help you market your business.  Social media best practices will also be covered. Charles Di Bartolo gives [...]

By | February 9th, 2015|BetterBizWorks, Current Events, Events, Important Business Tools, Marketing, Social Networking, Staten Island, Tips For Small Business, Website Design, Websites|Comments Off on Small Business Social Media and Marketing Seminar

Goodbye 2011 Hello 2012!

We have been posting Google's Zeitgeist year in review. For the United states, our year in review seemed fairly even keeled. While other countries have experienced devastation, adversity, revolution and more our claim to fame is a few pop icons dying, eliminating Osama Bin Laden, occupy wall street, ending our space program and the troops [...]

By | December 26th, 2011|Current Events, Events|Comments Off on Goodbye 2011 Hello 2012!

804 Cafe has Launched It’s New Website

BetterBizWorks, LLC is proud to announce the launching of 804 Cafe's new website. 804 Cafe is an informational website with news and events involving Local 804. It is a sounding board and current event platform for it's Union Members. We wish them luck on their new vwnture of keeping members up to date on the [...]

By | November 11th, 2011|BetterBizWorks, Current Events, Events, Portfolio|Comments Off on 804 Cafe has Launched It’s New Website

SI Businesses Should Patronize Local Office Supply Stores

Here's a thought for all small business owners. Instead of buying from the Big Box Office Supply stores that doesn't purchase from the local businesses. Patronize a small business office supply that is more likely to reciprocate. The search engines flood us with the Staples, Office Max and Office Depot's of the World. We always [...]

By | October 18th, 2011|BetterBizWorks, Current Events, Staten Island, Tips For Small Business|Comments Off on SI Businesses Should Patronize Local Office Supply Stores

Kudos to DiSara’s Restaurant

Welcome DiSara's Restaurant. Check out their new website at www.disarasrestaurant.com Disara's restaurant is the culmination of a dream by two couples, who are long time friends.   DiSara is a Family Style Italian Restaurant housed in a building that has been a part of the neighborhood since 1936. The restaurant is named in honor of the [...]

By | October 7th, 2011|Current Events, Portfolio|Comments Off on Kudos to DiSara’s Restaurant

Congratulations to Kosovych Law Firm, PLLC.

BetterBizWorks, LLC is proud to announce the launch of the Website for Kosovych Law Firm, PLLC. People looking for legal counsel may have concerns about finding the appropriate attorney for their needs.  If they have not been able to obtain recommendations through bar referral services or other sources, their primary concerns often involve questions of [...]

By | October 6th, 2011|Current Events, Portfolio|Comments Off on Congratulations to Kosovych Law Firm, PLLC.

The visionary and founder of Apple dies at age 56: Remembering Steve Jobs

After a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer, Apple founder Steve Jobs was surrounded by family when he peacefully passed away on Wednesday, October 5th in Palo Alto, California.  Jobs has been credited with 338 US patents on technological devices ranging anywhere from electronic staircases to keyboards; however, he is best known for founding Apple Computers [...]

By | October 6th, 2011|Current Events|Comments Off on The visionary and founder of Apple dies at age 56: Remembering Steve Jobs

American Jobs Act – What’s In It?

If you would like to know what's in the American Jobs Act in Plain English. Read This. Every American should put their political opinions aside and look at this act. This act can help small business. It can create jobs for people. We Scraped the information off of http://www.whitehouse.gov/     Here are the Highlights: [...]

By | October 1st, 2011|Current Events, Staten Island, The Economy, Tips For Small Business|Comments Off on American Jobs Act – What’s In It?

Your Direct Line to The White House

The Government has come up with a great site on the Internet. This site gives every American a direct line to the Whitehouse. It gives you the ability to create a petition online. You can sign it and post it on Facebook and Twitter to help other people find out about your cause. Once 5,000 [...]

By | October 1st, 2011|Current Events|Comments Off on Your Direct Line to The White House

Port Authority quarantines Staten Islanders, but staying on shore might not be so bad after all

September 18th, 2011 was the infamous date that marked the highest number of robbery occurrences in the history of Staten Island. Beginning in the early morning hours, thousands of borough residents who commute to neighboring New Jersey were forced to hand over $12 to the Port Authority upon entering the Island (the toll had previously [...]

By | September 23rd, 2011|Current Events, Staten Island|Comments Off on Port Authority quarantines Staten Islanders, but staying on shore might not be so bad after all

What are Staten Islanders Doing About The Toll Hikes?

With the Goethals and Bayonne and Outerbridge tolls rising from $8.00 to $12.00 for commuters paying cash, you would think there would be rioting on the streets, protests and traffic barricades to show our anger towards this unfair additional tax on our borough. I am surprised that commuters haven't come over the bridge in masses [...]

By | September 22nd, 2011|BetterBizWorks, Current Events, Staten Island, Tips For Small Business|Comments Off on What are Staten Islanders Doing About The Toll Hikes?