Daniel Bortz

Daniel Bortz is a freelance writer based in Washington, D.C. He's written about personal finance, careers, small business and entrepreneurs for publications such as Money magazine, CNNMoney.com, TheFiscalTimes.com, USnews.com.

Putting a Face to Your Startup's Website
Starting a Business

Putting a Face to Your Startup's Website

When it comes to reeling in customers, leave no stone unturned. Take better advantage of all of your site's prime real estate, including the oft-overlooked "about us" page.
How to Tweet With Purpose
Marketing

How to Tweet With Purpose

Joining Twitter and amassing followers is just half the battle. You'll need to figure out how to keep them coming back -- and buy something when they do.
The Changing Economics of Student-Loan Debt: How to Pay It Off and Startup
Starting a Business

The Changing Economics of Student-Loan Debt: How to Pay It Off and Startup

The president may soon sign into law a new student loan bill that reduces rates for many new borrowers, but the high-cost of education isn't going away. Here are four loan pay-off strategies.
How Guppy 'Treps Fared After a Swim in the 'Shark Tank'
Growth Strategies

How Guppy 'Treps Fared After a Swim in the 'Shark Tank'

Here's a look at what happened to three companies once their young founders got investors to take the bait.
On Crowdfunding Sites, Age Doesn't Matter
Finance

On Crowdfunding Sites, Age Doesn't Matter

Websites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo can help young entrepreneurs lasso funding when parents and banks can't.
Three Ways to Keep Your Customers Coming Back
Marketing

Three Ways to Keep Your Customers Coming Back

Entrepreneurs share their best strategies for turning existing clients into the most loyal ones.