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The Many Parts That Make Up a Successful Small Business

Posted by admin on Dec 2, 2011 2:51:00 AM

Before anyone starts a small business, they must make a list of all goals they have and every way they can reach those goals. Making a long list of goals, concerns, finances, and more is the only way to start on the right track. Starting a business is all about paying attention to detail and researching every aspect of business. Also, many tips that business people should learn are available so they have a better chance at success.

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Topics: Small Business

Saving Money Through Conservation

Posted by admin on Dec 1, 2011 7:16:20 AM

Times are hard for everyone, and people are looking for ways to save money. Many techniques involve doing things yourself or doing without, but there are many things that a home owner can be done that will not feel to be a sacrifice and will result in a noticeable savings, not just now but for years to come.

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Frugal Living in the Holiday Season

Posted by admin on Nov 24, 2011 3:48:27 AM

The holidays can be an expensive time for anyone. With the economy gone so far south, many are wondering if its possible to have as nice a holiday season as in years past. The short answer is that it is possible to be frugal and have a great holiday season, with just some forethought and ingenuity.

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Small Business Tax Tips

Posted by admin on Nov 24, 2011 3:42:00 AM

Keeping track of small business finances can be a daunting task. Come tax time, many small business owners feel overwhelmed by their business taxes. Many business owners enlist the help of certified public accountants to get their taxes done correctly. These professionals can be of immense help. Even if a small business owner selects to hire a CPA, there are still some general points that he or she needs to understand about business taxes.

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Topics: Small Business

Money-Saving Tips for Small Businesses

Posted by admin on Nov 21, 2011 2:41:00 AM

Opening and running a small business is an exciting new venture with many opportunities for those who are entrepreneurial or business-minded. Although it's important for them to invest in the business, small business owners should also be careful how and where they spend. Start-up costs can add up fast and it may take a few months to start turning a profit. The savvy small business owner incorporates money-strategies into every area of the business, whenever possible. Doing so allows them to manage cash flow and cost in order to prevent financial problems from occurring early in the business.

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Topics: Small Business

Bartering In Order to Save Money

Posted by admin on Nov 18, 2011 3:45:12 AM

In these difficult economic times, people are looking to save money in a variety of ways. One of the best ways to live frugally is to barter for goods and services whenever possible. Bartering is the act of exchanging goods and services without using money.

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Videos Compel Attention and Enhance Customer Memory

Posted by admin on Nov 17, 2011 2:38:00 AM

Small Business owners must consider the advantages of including video on their websites and posting them on YouTube and other forums. Videos are more compelling than simple type and draw viewers’ attention. Potential customers are 50 percent more likely to click on a video when perusing search results. If the video is informative or humorous and engages the viewer, they are much more likely to follow through by reading your content or clicking on a link to your website. That point is the first thing to consider when creating a video. The commercial must have a call to action. That action could be accessing a company’s website, filling out an online form for further information, or contacting a company directly. Successful videos always include a call to action on the part of viewers.

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Topics: Small Business

Business Needs to Help Solve Homeless Issue

Posted by admin on Nov 16, 2011 6:43:00 AM

Marc Joseph, founder of DollarDays Int. has a new article out on the International Business Times website.

Below is an excerpt from the article:

What has America gotten itself into? Just about every state and every city is cutting back funding to services needed by those who need it most.

In Chicago, the headline read "Temperatures Dropping. Will the State Restore Funding for Homeless Shelters?" It goes on to report that the 2012 budget was cut 52 percent for homeless prevention services. This cut is on top of the fact that more people were turned away from homeless shelters in Chicago last year than were taken in.

Read the full article HERE and make a comment!

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Topics: News

Getting Your Small Business Off the Ground

Posted by admin on Nov 14, 2011 2:37:00 AM

When you are getting your small business off the ground, there are several avenues that you should consider when doing your initial planning. You need to start out by sitting down and setting out a series of goals for your business, both long and short term. Ask yourself where you would like your business to be, who is interested in your product or service and how you plan to market your business.

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Successful Small Business Tips for New Business Owners

Posted by admin on Nov 2, 2011 2:36:00 AM

Small business owners are often simply people who have left unsatisfying career paths to fulfill their dreams of owning their own business. Owning and running a small business is a challenge that never seems to end, and it places many demands on the business owner. The first five years the business is open often determines whether the business will develop into a successful and stable company, or whether it will join millions of other unsuccessful small businesses and close its doors permanently.

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