Joshua Johnstun

Josh is a Copywriter at Nav, a free site giving business owners access to their business and personal credit scores, and tools that match them to the best financing and services. Josh has been a professional writer for nearly a decade, and spends his time writing novels, screenplays, and playing the guitar. His dream is to learn how to surf in Australia.

Articles by Joshua Johnstun

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5 Signs Your Business Is Ready for a Credit Card

Your business is your baby, and everyone loves charting their baby’s progress and milestones. Experiencing your first sale, your first …

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4 Credit Cards Perfect for Side Hustlers

Remember that lemonade stand you had as a kid? These days, it seems everyone has a side hustle, and they …

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Grin and Share It: 5 Tips for Business Owners Who Hate Social Media

Ten years ago, few people would have predicted the role that social media plays in our lives today. We get …

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The Retiree’s Guide to Credit Management

Advertiser’s Disclosure Here’s one question that’s frequently asked: “is managing my credit in retirement different, really?” The quick answer is …

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How to Open Your Own Etsy Shop in an Afternoon

Advertiser Disclosure Etsy.com is awesome. Unfamiliar? Think of it this way: if eBay is the online version of a mega-mart, …

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The No-Sweat Guide to Managing Your Credit

Advertiser Disclosure Taking care of your credit score can feel like tending a garden. Lucky for you, most of the …

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5 Things Everyone Hates About Your Meetings (and How to Fix Them)

Collaboration is a keystone in modern business; an indispensable component that helps an organization innovate, grow, and reach new heights. …

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How a YouTuber Turned 50 Million Views Into a Multi-Million-Dollar Beauty Line

It all started with acne. Daisy Jing, a 28-year-old YouTube vlogger, had struggled with skin problems and decided in 2011 to …

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6 Apps to Improve Your Work-Life Balance

Work-life balance means something different for each person, but entrepreneurs typically experience a much more complicated hybrid. For many small …