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The Host With the Most: Building the Perfect Website for Your Business

Posted by admin on Oct 19, 2012 2:34:51 AM

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Small Business Labor, Marketing & Advertising

Posted by admin on Oct 8, 2012 2:13:27 AM

Small business owners need to be their own primary source of labor. They should learn to work for themselves as it may become costly to hire employees. Hiring cheap labor is impossible if people are unwilling to first of all provide the cheap labor by themselves. The hiring process has to be done effectively with plenty of caution; therefore external help would come in handy. Referrals from friends and family can help come up with trustworthy individuals for the job. There is nothing as frustrating as hiring an employee who consistently thwarts the vision of the business.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

How to Create a Small Business Employee Contract

Posted by admin on Oct 3, 2012 2:12:26 AM

Hiring an extra employee can help your business expand and provide better services to your customers. Many businesses choose to create an employee contract for each new addition to the company’s team. You must generate a small business employee contract even if you are hiring an old colleague or a friend. Small business employee contracts protect your business and your employee. In addition, they let the employee know what his or her job expectations and the terms of employment are. This includes what hours the employee is expected to work and how much he or she will make while working.

Include All Basic Information in Your Employee Contract

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Topics: Small Business Advice

5 Ways for to Maintain Effective Business Communication

Posted by admin on Sep 13, 2012 1:49:35 AM

Most small business owners understand that good communication is vital in being able to run a successful company. Even with this understanding, many businesses still find it difficult to maintain effective forms of communicating with consumers and other businesses. In today's society, some of the most common forms of communication include emails, traditional print advertisements, virtual ads, tweeting, and much more. When companies fail to communicate in proper manners, this causes marketing campaigns to fail, and this leads to decreases in profit levels.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

How to protect your business on the cheap

Posted by admin on Aug 24, 2012 4:11:20 AM

Protecting an office requires unique considerations that are not needed when protecting a home. Sensitive customer data, employee turnover, trade secrets and expensive electronics are all things a small business owner must take into account when designing a security plan. Another challenge when securing an office is that the threat of theft can come from the inside as much as the outside. It would be nice if we could all trust our employees like family but the reality is that an employer must always err on the side of caution. Fortunately, there are many easy and affordable things that can be done to add various levels of safety and protection to your office.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

$5,000 Teacher's Back to School Shopping Spree July 2012

Posted by admin on Aug 13, 2012 7:26:13 AM

Where did the summer go?!?

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Topics: contest

Halloween Party Tips

Posted by admin on Aug 13, 2012 4:19:37 AM

It's that time of year again! Halloween in right around the corner. You don't have to stress or spend a lot of money to have a spooky Halloween Party! Buy wholesale Halloween decorations and order your costumes early to save money.

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Topics: Video, Products

More Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners

Posted by admin on Jul 16, 2012 4:01:47 AM

A small business has to develop and apply the right kind of marketing campaign. The plan increases the chances of getting the right reply from a target audience. It is essential that entrepreneurs should know that there are different types of campaigns. First, they must know the target market. Along the way, they must be ready to make changes, product improvements, package changes and other steps.

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Topics: Small Business Advice, Business Finance

$5,000 Non-Profit Give-a-way Winners! June 2012

Posted by admin on Jul 13, 2012 4:09:54 AM

Our non-profit give-a-way in June was a huge success! We had over 3,700 entries and 1,000's of charities were nominated to win part of the $5,000 prize. Entries came in from across the country. Many people posted the contest on their Facebook page and really helped support the give-way.

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Topics: contest

Getting Targeted Customers With Pay Per Click Marketing

Posted by admin on Jul 12, 2012 1:45:53 AM

Many businesses are always on the lookout for ways to bring in new customers. While there are plenty of traditional mediums available such as TV, radio, and print, there are sometimes more effective ways to get targeted leads. Instead of sending out a mass marketing message to a large group of people, and hoping to find a few, it is sometimes better to tailor a message to a select group of people. This exact strategy can be used by utilizing pay per click marketing. What exactly is pay per click marketing, and why would a business want to use it?

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Topics: Small Business Advice, Business Finance

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