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Get the Scoop on DD's Breast Cancer Awareness Products

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Sep 15, 2010 1:10:40 AM

The following is a great list of Breast Cancer awareness products. Buy them for yourself and use them proudly or share them with others and help spread breast cancer awareness during the month of October.

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Topics: Wholesale List

Growing Service, Reducing Costs - Outsourcing Secrets

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Sep 13, 2010 3:35:02 AM

Imagine a situation where a company could increase its service abilities and core competencies, grow its business revenue and reduce its cost structure. Does this sound impossible? Well, it isn’t. In fact, a number of small business owners and entrepreneurs do it every day. They effectively increase their capabilities and grow their business while reducing costs. How is this done and why is it so important for small business owners to know about it? It’s outsourcing and it allows companies to control their day to day operating costs while improving efficiencies and growing sales. Every small business owner must wear multiple hats. Finding the time for all the responsibilities of running a business can often be an exercise in futility. Freeing up that time means more valuable time spent closing on business opportunities. So, what are the best functions to outsource for small business owners?

Outsourced Marketing Increases Business Opportunities
A number of small businesses have excellent products and services, but aren’t able to maximize on their opportunities for sales in a given market. Outsourcing marketing allows companies to control their marketing costs while ensuring they concentrate their sales efforts on qualified leads and opportunities. It allows companies to better control their marketing budgets and expenditures while ensuring they have the time available to close sales.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

Decorate for Halloween Using Wholesale Products

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Sep 8, 2010 4:03:20 AM

It's that time of the year again: zombies, pirates, and ghosts, oh my! Halloween is a great holiday for children and adults alike. Kids love the costumes and candy, whereas adults love it because, well… when else is it considered socially acceptable to have cobwebs, pests, and dead things lying around your home? Time to make the most of it and get to decorating!

1. Spider Webs
Spider webs are one of those must-have things for Halloween. On this here site, you can find spider webs galore. There are webs that stretch across doors and windows, webs that glow in the dark, ones that hang across ceilings… the list is limitless.

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Topics: Wholesale List

Get Ready for Halloween!

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Sep 8, 2010 3:23:35 AM


It may only be September, but the haunting presence of that most creepy holiday can be felt even now.

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Topics: Product of the Week

Leveraging Social Media to Boost your Small Business

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Sep 6, 2010 6:44:58 AM

Want to advertise the services that your small business provides with low cost marketing? Look into Social Media! Social media provides a forum for businesses to create an online presence that extends beyond the walls of your storefront and into the lives of your potential customers. A social media campaign that is executed correctly can build your clientele and spread the word about your business often without negatively impacting your bottom line or taking money out of your pocket. Below are some tips to leverage free social media sites to boost your business.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

Wholesale Week In Review - (September 3)

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Sep 3, 2010 2:14:52 AM

How to Sell Wholesale Jewelry - September 2, 2010

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Topics: Week in Review

DIY Plumbing - Frugal Living

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Sep 2, 2010 6:55:41 AM

Frugal living means making the most of the resources available to you. Some people are frugal because their resources are limited, others because they have a parsimonious character, but being frugal is smart. It saves you money, it can help the envirotnment, and best of all you don’t necessarily have to always meditate on money to be frugal. A little planning and forethought can go a long way to avoid waste and save money.

When the home needs repairs, people call the repair man. Whether it is a plumber, electrician, carpenter or more specialized technician for air conditioning, heating or appliances, it is usually expensive. After all, these technicians have trained and need to be paid for their services. There is another option for someone who can take the time and make the effort. Find a do-it-yourself class, for example in plumbing, and learn how to do the minor repairs yourself. This will save you a lot and, if you want, let you help your friends and family. If you are not in an area where a class is easy to attend, try the internet.

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Topics: Frugal Living Tip

Top 10 Scariest Wholesale Halloween Items

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Sep 1, 2010 1:47:43 AM

There are a whole host of fun and frightening things available wholesale. Whether stocking your shop for the big Halloween sale or trying to snag a discount on the perfect gifts for the prankster in your life, these items are sure to start people screaming.

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Small Businesses and Cash Flow

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Aug 30, 2010 3:02:03 AM

It probably won’t come as a surprise that managing cash flow is perhaps the biggest concern small businesses and entrepreneurs face daily. Regardless of the size of the company, or where it is along its stage of life, every business owner is burdened by the time consuming issue of cash flow management.

Given the state of today’s economy, with customers extending credit terms and taking longer and longer to pay, this is likely the most pressing concern for small business owners everywhere. However, there are solutions to managing cash flow. There are ways to mitigate its impact and free up valuable time so that small business owners can get back to concentrating on what they do best. These approaches are simple, straightforward and can be used in both good and bad times. In fact, they become one of the most important aspects of growing a business and increasing gross profit. Interested in knowing what these approaches are?

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Topics: Small Business Advice

Frugal Doesn't Mean Cheap

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Aug 26, 2010 6:11:09 AM

Our current economy seems to be forcing us to be frugal. Save money where you can and try to curb your impulse buying. A good exercise is to write down every penny you spend for an entire week, you'll be amazed where you can cut back a little.

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Topics: Frugal Living Tip

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