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Micro Businesses Fly under the Radar

Micro Businesses Fly under the Radar  - http://bestbizpractices.org Avatar Posted by bestbizpractices under Startups
From http://bestbizpractices.org 3816 days ago
Made Hot by: Cathode Ray Dude on August 17, 2010 9:05 am
A recent report funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Office of Advocacy, titled, “The Nonemployer Start-up Puzzle”, published in December, 2009 differentiates Nonemployer firms—businesses without employees—and Employer firms. Nonemployer firms represent a large percentage of businesses; however, little is known about their dynamics (entry and exit). The report seeks to illustrate basic statistics about the prevalence of entry and exit for Nonemployers and the local conditions that led to their entry Read More

The Art & Science Of Spreading Your Online Content

The Art & Science Of Spreading Your Online Content  - http://blog.therisetothetop.com Avatar Posted by therisetothetop under Marketing
From http://blog.therisetothetop.com 3825 days ago
Made Hot by: mssux on August 9, 2010 1:24 am
Interview with Jay Baer, Founder of Convince and Convert, on how to spread and reuse your online content to maximize clicks and engagement. Video interview Read More

Why Is Simple So Hard :: Duct Tape Marketing

Why Is Simple So Hard :: Duct Tape Marketing - http://www.ducttapemarketing.com Avatar Posted by ducttape under Social Media
From http://www.ducttapemarketing.com 3829 days ago
Made Hot by: marciabiz on August 8, 2010 9:07 pm
The other I posed this somewhat trick laden question on Twitter – “Is making something easier to understand dumbing it down or smartening it up?” The answers I got were mixed. Some obviously saw that I was suggesting it’s actually harder to make some easy to understand. Others clearly felt that it somewhat of a disservice to try to make things that were complicated seem simple Read More

4 Reasons Your Home Business Needs a Private Mailbox

4 Reasons Your Home Business Needs a Private Mailbox  - http://www.studiokraft.com Avatar Posted by JanetG under Strategy
From http://www.studiokraft.com 3839 days ago
Made Hot by: jsternal on July 23, 2010 11:18 am
Many small businesses start out being run from home. It's cheaper and smarter than investing in a pricey office, before your business gets off the ground. Also, if you're delivering a service, it may not be necessary to have an office or other facility.

This post outlines 4 (actually 5) reasons that you need a private mailbox service, such as provided by the UPS Store. For security reasons .. Read More

The Klingon Guide to Online Marketing

The Klingon Guide to Online Marketing - http://indiemusic.typepad.com Avatar Posted by ShawnHessinger under Online Marketing
From http://indiemusic.typepad.com 3844 days ago
Made Hot by: BradenM on July 19, 2010 6:20 am
OK. I'll admit it. I'm a huge Star Trek fan, particularly of the vintage 1960's series. And with the growing popularity of a recently launched Star Trek fan site which ranked pretty high on Yahoo! "trending" for Web search earlier last week, I decided to combine my love of pop culture references and online business advice once again. I hope the post is not just entertaining but also informative because it deals with a lot of pretty simple ideas about online marketing I've picked up over the last few years. Enjoy! Read More

7 Deadly Blog Writing Sins

7 Deadly Blog Writing Sins - http://www.techipedia.com Avatar Posted by amabaie under Social Media
From http://www.techipedia.com 3846 days ago
Made Hot by: argentisgroup on July 17, 2010 2:08 pm
These days, many people have started a blog for hobby or business. The trouble is, with so much competition out there, your blog really has to stand out from the crowd. In fact, not only does your blog need to stand out from the average ones that are popping up every day, but you also need to compete with established blogs, with their loyal fan bases, that have been around for years. In short, in order to have any impact whatsoever, good is just not good enough. Your blog has to be excellent Read More

How the Movie Twilight Can Help Your Business

How the Movie Twilight Can Help Your Business  - http://www.smbtrendwire.com Avatar Posted by sannwood under Marketing
From http://www.smbtrendwire.com 3846 days ago
Made Hot by: lyceum on July 19, 2010 2:52 pm
Romance is a number one selling genre for a reason - and that reason isn't Fabio.  Romance taps into human emotions and new product developer Kimber Chin, Founder of Business Romance, uses her career as a romance writer to help clients successfully launch winning products to eager new audiences Read More
Interviews with thirteen unique entrepreneurs who share how they built their brand through online content ranging from Gary Vaynerchuk to Chris Brogan Read More
Are you aware of all the ways your audience's perspective differs from yours? People living in other parts of the world may experience and perceive your business, services, products, and website in some unexpected ways. How do you handle it Read More
The idea of going into business with a spouse can sound perfect, after all what can be better than working with your partner in life. But it can be tricky business, we've seen many couples try to be business partners only to find their finances and their relationship can't survive the shift. So to help couples navigate through a husband and wife venture, we have put together some tips to making a spousal business work Read More
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