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Organization for Small Businesses

Posted by admin on Oct 27, 2011 12:55:09 AM

Organization is an aspect of running a small business that often goes neglected. Some people do not naturally keep things organized; others do not have the proper tools to stay organized. Among entrepreneurs, very few have time devoted specifically to maintaining order.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

Can Your Business Benefit from SEO?

Posted by admin on Oct 26, 2011 12:54:51 AM

As a business owner, you may have heard the term "search engine optimization," or SEO, thrown around, but you may be unsure as to what it is or why it's important. Essentially, SEO is the process of helping your business' web site to rank higher in search engine results. By ranking higher, you have a better chance of being found by potential customers, and thus, receiving more business. If you don't know much about SEO, the process can seem complicated, but in reality, it's fairly simple.

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Topics: Small Business Advice


Posted by admin on Oct 13, 2011 4:26:03 AM

These are five economical household items no mom should be without.

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Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners

Posted by admin on Oct 10, 2011 1:06:02 AM

Running a small business is a challenge no matter the industry or circumstances. Often, as a small business owner, you wear many hats, from Chief Financial Officer to Janitor and everything in between. One of the largest tasks you have is marketing your business. Marketing is different from sales, although they are related. Marketing is getting your company name and product out in front of potential customers and clients. Sales is when you actually close the deal and make the sale.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

Spending Money to Protect Your Small Business

Posted by admin on Oct 6, 2011 1:03:05 AM

There are numerous things that must be considered when creating a small business. At first, it can be very hard to keep track of all of the things that go into running a small business. Some of these can include small details that can be ironed out later one while others can be substantial and impact how the business itself is run. Any business owner wants to be sure that their money is being used in the most effective manner.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

Online Marketing Tips for the New Marketer

Posted by admin on Oct 3, 2011 1:02:44 AM

A lot of people are getting involved in online business for the first time, as they want to take advantage of all of the benefits of working from home. The majority of them will find the whole process is a lot more difficult than they thought it would be. The fact is that Internet business can be tough, especially if you lack experience in marketing. The following are some online marketing tips that each new marketer will benefit from:

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Topics: Small Business Advice

Top 7 Christmas Gifts Kids Need But Don't Want

Posted by admin on Sep 27, 2011 1:22:40 AM

Christmas morning is a time when you see your kids happier than you have seen them since their birthday party. Once the word is given, the living room turns into a cyclone of wrapping paper, shrieking children and family pets that are diving for cover. Every once in a while, parents need to throw in gifts that remind children that winter break will be over at some point and reality will set in. Here are 10 gifts that your kids don’t want on Christmas morning, but will use throughout the year.

1) Socks and Underwear
Ah yes; the old parental Christmas bring-down of socks and underwear. Nothing brings Christmas crashing to the ground faster than those little plastic packages that almost get thrown out with the wrapping paper. But your kids will use these gifts and probably wear them out just in time to get them again next Christmas.

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Topics: Products

Build It and They Will Learn

Posted by admin on Sep 20, 2011 2:39:33 AM

Marc Joseph, Author; CEO/President and Founder, DollarDays International, Inc. has written a new article for The Huffington Post. Head over and check it out.

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Topics: Huffington Post, contest

Cashing in on Halloween Spending

Posted by admin on Sep 19, 2011 5:27:09 AM

The National Retail Foundation conducted a survey last year that found Americans planned to spend almost $6 billion on Halloween. Does your small business have a plan to capture some of that revenue? You may think it is early to be talking about trick-or-treat with the kids barely back in school. However, you should order printed supplies or costumes now if you want to cash in on Halloween spending.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

No Doubt Things Are Unfolding As They Should

Posted by admin on Sep 15, 2011 5:24:59 AM

A five year plan for opening a small business or even a home based business is necessary for measuring growth. Time management and stress management is every bit as important to a business owner. Perhaps what should be discussed, however, is patience. Obtaining licensing, insurance coverage, payroll services, tax services and a myriad of other basic needs for a small business to open will take up quite some time. Buying stock or perfecting the service the small business owner or home based business owner will sell will take still more time. Once that is done, though, marketing the product or service and gaining a website and blog needs to be accomplished. All this takes time, so the small business owner or home based business owner will need patience to see it all through.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

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We are proud of our commitment to:

  • Our 5% Giveback Program, where we donate 5% of your order to a non-profit you choose!
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