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AFSB, (Articles for Small Business) contains posts from 59 business categories and sub categories to fit just about any small business.

Ben Baligad Business Profile
Ben Baligad Business Profile

Hello. My name is Ben Baligad. I have a business degree and has worked as a corporate accountant. I am active in church and serve as president of the church men, the choir and other various church activities. I workout several times a week, like gardening, people and travel (especially other countries to learn and understand their culture).

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About Articles for Small Business

Articles for Small Business are articles that describes what small businesses do and promote their growth.

Hello. Thanks for visiting. These articles are guest posts from small businesses. Do you have a small business? Promote your business by writing about a problem your business solves.

The site is called “Articles for Small Business”. Whether you are a business or a consumer, I hope you will find the articles useful.  Businesses create things, provide services, and are a good source of jobs. The videos and articles promote those activities.

You could be a doctor doing screenings for cancer, or a patient. You could be a small business getting Worker’s Comp for the very first time, or a car mechanic or a travel agency. I hope you find an article that will help you as a consumer or help you manage your business as a business owner.

Thanks for visiting.  Please fell free to contact me for guest posts and other issues.

Ben Baligad


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It is easy to submit a business related article on small business. If you would rather rank on merit  and are not out to spam or fool the search engines, simply submit the article. There are no word count requirement, as long as you make your point. Unique, unpublished articles only, please.

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About Articles for Small Business

Articles are written by businessess to be used for practical purposes by the consumer.

Ben Baligad
Ben Baligad

When I first decided to have a website, I decided on a guest posting site with a small business theme. Business is my passion. I have a BSBA in Business Administration and have 17 years experience as a corporate accountant. I was also a medical technician in the Air Force which somewhat gives me some knowledge on proofreading medical articles.  I have also been to civil court several times as a plaintiff and as a defendant. I have rearched the aspects of all my cases and represented myself most of the time, winning a fair number of them.

The articles are written or written with permission by the businesses linked to or described. It covers an aspect of the products or services which maybe useful to the consumer or reader.

Ownership of the articles are Ben Baligad who also owns this site. Since it is submitted to this site, it is owned by this site. If you are the author of any of these articles and would like to get credit on the search engines and in the article, please contact Ben Baligad.

It is the intention of Articles for Small Business (AFSB) to publish up to date and  relevant information, while in strict adherence to the law. Derogatory information is avoided.  However, such information may sometimes appear unintentionally or maybe necessary to make a point incidental to the article.

Readers are encouraged to comment on the relevancy, currency and legality of the information provided.


Published by Articles for Small Business

Article updated on February 5, 2015

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AFSB recognizes that the ownership of images used are sometimes nebulous. Sometimes, they are uploaded by those who do not own the images,  or a “public domain” button was incorrectly pushed when uploading the image to a photo sharing site. AFSB urges owners of images to contact AFSB if their ownership rights of the such images are violated, and it will promptly be removed.

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Otherwise, you can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, without asking permission except for pornographic or other unlawful purposes. In return, you must link back to the image.


Because of impersonation, one search engine problem is authorship. Many of the articles submitted have not included an author.  Some were in the name of the sender who was not necessarily the author. Whatever name was included, they have been labeled them as “author” although this is not necessarily so.

There was a time when Google Panda was apparently targeting guest posts. The “author’s” published name was eliminated. Panda or not, it was decided to publish the authors at a later date. But, in eliminating the author’s name from the published records, some of the records were lost.

If you are an author and feel you have not been properly acknowledged, have submitted an article an no longer want the article published, or a want to change or add links to your site, please contact.