Does Your Virtual Office Have a Smiling, Professional Receptionist?

By Office Space Toronto In standard9th June, 2014

Yes, you did read the headline correctly! We asked if your virtual office has a smiling, professional receptionist, because some virtual offices do not have receptionists. Instead, your calls are answered by a call centre employee that is working nowhere near the physical reception area of your virtual office. He or she may be working

How choosing the Right Office Space can Make or Break Your Small Business

By Office Space Toronto In standard5th June, 2014

Some business people will tell you that the right office space can make or break a small business. It is not always easy getting the balance between affordability and the perfect office premises, but not taking the time to do your research can be a costly mistake. Here is checklist of basic considerations for your

The #HiddenCash Phenomenon may be Good for Small Business

By Office Space Toronto In standard3rd June, 2014

If you read our previous blog What is #HiddenCash? about the #HiddenCash phenomenon that is taking the Internet by storm, you would have since learned that it was started by a California millionaire from San Francisco who wishes to remain anonymous. The original creator of #hiddencash says that is going give away up to $100,000 over the course

What is #HiddenCash?

By Office Space Toronto In standard1st June, 2014

If you have not already heard about this latest Internet phenomenon #HiddenCash, lets us fill you in. On Friday, one of our office space Toronto tenants told our receptionist about this guy in California that is giving away money in a unique way. He or people who work for him are hiding money and tweeting

What Content are you Creating and What Content are you Sharing?

By Office Space Toronto In standard29th May, 2014

Creating new content for your blog or social media followers is not always easy, but it does not have to be hard either. The more you get to know your target audience, the more you will find out what types of information they are seeking and what they expect from you.

How Following Urban Legends can Harm Your Small Business Reputation

By Office Space Toronto In standard28th May, 2014

Just because someone you trust on the Internet posted it, does not make it true. The Internet is fast becoming a source of false information, rumours and urban legends. Your job as a responsible business owner is not to help spread false information and fake stories. It does not look good on you or your

Getting Funding and Financially Managing Your Small Business

By Office Space Toronto In standard26th May, 2014

One of our Toronto office space for rent tenants was telling one of our office business centre staffers that he recently found funding for a second business he was starting and needed to have a second phone number for that business. Hearing about the new venture and the capital that was acquired for it, was

A Look at Some of the Popular CMS Platforms

By Office Space Toronto In standard22nd May, 2014

Let’s look at some of the popular CMS platforms that some of our office space tenants at our business centre, as well as some of our virtual office clients, use as their CMS website platform. WordPress is currently one of the most popular CMS platforms and it was originally developed as a tool for blogging.

Reasons A Small Business Should Consider A CMS Website

By Office Space Toronto In standard21st May, 2014

While HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) has long been the standard for website design, ever since the www exploded onto the scene in the early 90’s. This powerful programming language not only forms the building blocks of all webpages, but it is also used to code the design, structure and content of websites. Over the past

Google + Webinars for Small Business

By Terry Van Horne In standard20th May, 2014

First off I should tell you I am a huge fan of Google+ Hangouts. The infrastructure for Hangouts provides almost all the services you get with the providers in Conducting Webinars that can Help Your Small Business on hosting Public and Private Webinars. My bias stems from being a co-host and co-producer of two Google+