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10 Free Tools to Create Infographics

10 Free Tools to Create Infographics   - http://webmarketingtoday.com Avatar Posted by levelanalytics under Online Marketing
From http://webmarketingtoday.com 3510 days ago
Made Hot by: Entrepreneurosaurus on October 18, 2012 4:35 am
Infographics are fun, creative, data-visualization tools that can help businesses express facts and statistics about their products, markets, and services. They can spread quickly if well done — shared across ... Read More

My Stress-Free Approach to Business

My Stress-Free Approach to Business - http://mywifequitherjob.com Avatar Posted by mywifequitherjob under Startups
From http://mywifequitherjob.com 3510 days ago
Made Hot by: tuckerleroy on October 17, 2012 4:48 pm
I don’t know about you, but one of the key reasons I wanted to be self-employed was so that I would be in control of my life.

When you think about it, the notion that someone else dictates what you do with eight (or more) hours of every weekday is quite shocking. I wanted to be in control of wha Read More
This blog post is dedicated to the BizSugar Community. If you haven’t heard, I was recently chosen as BizSugar’s Contributor of the Week. BizSugar is an amazing community for small business owners. This phenomenal community is the site you want to be apart of, especially if you’re starving for t Read More

How to Earn in the Initial days of your Blog?

How to Earn in the Initial days of your Blog? - http://bloggingmatters.net Avatar Posted by hassaankhan under Startups
From http://bloggingmatters.net 3513 days ago
Made Hot by: HonorCorp on October 15, 2012 12:46 am
This article, 'How to Earn in the Initial days of your Blog?' is an informative and useful post for new bloggers. It is always hard to invest your time and money to your new blog. This article will help and motivate you to make your blog successful and earn good money as well. Read More
Think it takes hours to get started in social media? Nope. You just need 15 min a day and a few tips on where to start. Read More
New entrepreneurs who want to survive, and optimize the growth of their startups, need to think globally, and act locally, from day one. This approach, popularly known as “glocalization,” means you have to design and deliver global solutions that have total relevance to every local market in which Read More
An event whether happy, like the birth of a child or tragically sad is often the catalyst for professional women to leave Corporate America. It was years ago that my daughter Serena died in a drowning accident yet the memories of that day are as vivid as if it happened yesterday. Read More
Is the business plan you created before you started your business something you constantly refer to, or like most people, is it something you get a good chuckle from every now and again when you’re cleaning out your filing cabinet. Read More
Since my wife became pregnant with our first child in 2007, I’ve created 3 different lifestyle businesses, an ecommerce store selling wedding linens, a blog about entrepreneurship and a course on how to start an online store. Read More
A spin-off is merely a startup spawned by a mature parent (company), and conventional logic would dictate that it has a survival advantage over the lowly startup. Yet spin-offs seem to most often fail to launch in the real world. I was part of one myself a few years ago, and felt the pain, so the p Read More
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