Start Something New Every Morning

Posted by admin on Mar 6, 2012 3:52:00 AM

Here's an idea to put to work with your small business, one you can apply to your work no matter what you do whether you're a real estate developer, a baker, an artist, a copy writer or an inventor: Every morning, you probably hop on your computer and check your emails. Tomorrow when you wake up, don't do that. Instead, use those early minutes of the day to create something new.

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Topics: Small Business

Top 5 Most Clever Wholesale Business Ideas

Posted by admin on Mar 4, 2012 4:38:00 AM

Some people visit blogs about saving money so that they can, well, save money. They're looking for great deals on groceries, clothes, you name it. Others are looking for overstocked, wholesale and bargain items because, if you have a nose for retail, it's a great way to run a small business without needing tens of thousands of dollars to buy enormous bulk loads of wholesale products. When trying to build a retail business on chump change, you need to be creative and you need to be clever. Here are 5 of the most interesting ideas people have been using to make a buck in a bad economy:

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Topics: Small Business

Saving Money on Healthy Foods

Posted by admin on Mar 2, 2012 5:07:32 AM

Many frugal grocery shoppers stress the use of coupons. This is a great way for many to save money; but it is necessary to understand what they are really buying.

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Make your Work Available

Posted by admin on Feb 28, 2012 3:37:00 AM

If you run a business in a service or private contracting field, if you're a freelance graphic designer or a broker for article writers, the most important thing you can do to get more work is to make your past accomplishments visible and available.

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Topics: Small Business

Eating on a Budget

Posted by admin on Feb 24, 2012 4:56:10 AM

Eating frugally is a necessary survival skill for the college student. Dad is broke, and Aunt Fanny stopped sending birthday card checks.

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Top Ten At-Home Spa Items

Posted by admin on Feb 23, 2012 3:58:39 AM

Spending a day at the spa can put a major dent in your wallet. You don't have to sacrifice on luxury to get a spa experience at a fraction of the cost. Go ahead, hop in the bathtub and treat yourself to an at-home spa.

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Methods to Save for your Small Business

Posted by admin on Feb 21, 2012 3:11:00 AM

Every penny counts for owners of small businesses. Saving money is a never-ending quest, because any savings can lead to growth by the company and even higher revenue. Owners can get more out of their small businesses by following these four practical-yet-effective tips.

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Topics: Small Business

Living More Frugally By Trimming Your Monthly Expenses

Posted by admin on Feb 15, 2012 4:42:52 AM

Often, when people discuss living frugally, the discussion turns to saving a little extra cash by skipping that daily gourmet coffee or dining out less often. But when circumstances warrant trimming more than a few discretionary purchases, it is time to find ways to save more significantly on the monthly expenses. A close examination of one's budget often reveals that savings, in amounts both both large and small, can be found.

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Sock It to Me Sweepstakes Winners

Posted by admin on Feb 8, 2012 5:28:00 AM

We want to thank everyone that entered a non-profit organization in our January 2012 Sock It to Me Sweepstakes. We received hundreds of nominations. Here are the winners:

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Topics: Giveaways

10 Wholesale Items To Build Easter Baskets

Posted by admin on Feb 6, 2012 4:38:23 AM

The Easter basket is an important tradition for many children. If you have lots of baskets to create, such as for all your nieces and nephews or for a class full of kids, you can save a considerable amount of money by buying the treats for the baskets wholesale. You can even buy the baskets wholesale.

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