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To the outside world your website is the equivalent of your storefront, and your customers expect it to be eye-catching, well-maintained, and always offering something new. However, when you’re on the inside and are caught up in the day-to-day operations of your business, finding the time to focus Read More

Freelance Writer Survival Guide – Lesson 1: Budgets

Freelance Writer Survival Guide – Lesson 1: Budgets - Avatar Posted by amabaie under Finance
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Made Hot by: hishaman on December 3, 2010 1:42 pm
There are many benefits when it comes to being a freelance writer, or any type of freelancer for that matter, but there are also a few hardships that come along with the job. Remember, the sweet is never as sweet without the sour. The biggest hardship of all is the unpredictability of income. Read More
It’s that time of year again – annual employee performance review season! And with employee reviews comes the inevitable question of how do you reward high-performing employees, especially in a tough economy? Here are some tips for assessing the best ways to reward your employees based on a strong Read More
Ho, ho, ho! It's holiday season once more. But what if the holiday season is not your big selling season? If this is you, read our four tips for making the most of holiday season – and ensuring your business remains top of mind into the new year, with a healthy bottom line to boot. Read More
If your sales are struggling and revenues are falling, it's essential to conduct a full review of your business to understand where things have gone wrong and where the opportunity lies for turning things around. This is easier said than done when you are living and breathing this stuff each day, b Read More
How do you staff a new or growing business? Do you dive right in and hire full- or part-time employees? What about turning to friends and family or a staffing agency for help? Here are some options that you might wish consider as you review and prepare for your short- and long-term business staffi Read More
Making sure your business gets paid on time and as seamlessly as possible is critical to your success and survival. Here are some pointers about setting up customer payment options, tips for getting paid on time, and what to do if you don’t! Read More
Did you know that all the net new jobs in the U.S. over the past 25 years came from firms less than five years old? This calls for a celebration! And that’s exactly what Global Entrepreneurship Week (Nov 15-21) is all about - a celebration of entrepreneurship – on a global scale. Learn more about h Read More
It’s doubtful that no two words in an entrepreneur’s vocabulary are procrastinated over more than these two: “Business Planning”. But you don't need a 100 page document to steer your business towards its goals. Here are some tips for creating a simple business plan that can help guide you to succes Read More
Everyone from individuals to employers has questions about the Affordable Care Act of 2010 – whether it’s deciphering facts from myths or trying to understand what your options for healthcare coverage are now and in the future. Cognizant of the need to provide the public with more information about Read More

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