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[ 0 ] Oct. 31, 2013

9 Tips To Avoid Becoming An Email Marketing Zombie This Halloween

Are your email campaigns getting a flat, zombie-like response? Campaigner®, the email marketing and CRM brand of j2 Global, Inc. (NASDAQGS: JCOM), issued a warning that it has detected an increase in flat-lined email marketing campaigns that are similar to those that are executed by email marketing zombies.If the increase holds steady, it’s likely that […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 28, 2013

Need Help Buying Your Building? Let The Government Show You How

By Alexander Cohen, CEO of Liberty SBF While the U.S. economy is beginning to recover, many are worried that job growth – a necessary factor in getting many Americans back on their feet – has stalled.For small business owners, there is a little-known government program that can help create jobs to stimulate the economy, at […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 28, 2013

Postini Users: How To Prevent Spam From Flooding Your Email

By Julie May CEO of bytes knowledge Take yourself back to 1999. Remember when Y2K symbolized the death of the technological world as we knew it? Well, this time the technological threat is real and 26 million people could lose their email security as a result. By the end of the year, Google will retire […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 28, 2013

How Holiday Gift Cards Can Impact Your Bottom Line

By Michael Hursta Vice President of First Data Prepaid Solutions As temperatures drop, shopping season heats up, making now a critical time for small businesses to ensure they leave no stone unturned when planning their business strategy for the holiday season. According to First Data’s 2012 U.S. Gift Card Consumer Insights Study, more than 88 […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 25, 2013

3 Basic Steps To Your Business Plan

Business plans comes in every shape and size from a 2 page document to a PowerPoint presentation with a 55 page printout. Basically, there are three things you need to understand to prepare your business plan: 1. What is the concept? What type of business are you about to start and how will you present […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 24, 2013

5 Businesses You Can Start For $100 Or Less

Looking to start a business quickly with little money? Consider one of these five. You can start right away for $100 or less. 1.Boat/Car Detailing: Car owners are fanatics about their vehicles and so are boat and plane owners. Investigate the products and start your own detailing biz. Check out Bill Rancic’s book, “You’re Hired” […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 24, 2013

10 Businesses That Make $1 Million The First Year Out

The following businesses have the potential to make $1 million the first year of operation. Location and dedication play a part in the success. 1.Cash in Collectibles: The franchised Vintage Stock stores sell new and vintage music, DVDs, comics, game cards and more. Many frnachisees exceed sales of $1 million. See vintagestock.com to learn more. […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 24, 2013

7 Questions To Consider When Starting Your Mail Order Business

You’ve decided to start a mail order business from home. What will you sell? The types of items and services sold by mail order run the gamut–from hand-crafted items to advice-giving newsletters to antiques.But how do you pick something that stands a chance of success?As you look for a product to sell, factor these seven […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 22, 2013

How To Make Extra Money For The Holidays: Sell Online

Want to make extra cash for the holiday season, but aren’t quite ready to launch a fulltime business? Start selling online. According to the National Retail Federation, the average American family spent $752 on holiday gifts in 2012. With no reason to expect that amount to decrease in 2013, many might be wondering how they’ll […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 21, 2013

HolograFit Is Here: Holographic Fitness Instructors

HolograFit – http://www.HolograFit.com – is a new company that designs workout programs featuring life-sized holographic fitness instructors. The HolograFit program offers a state-of-the-art, fully automated holographic fitness package to entrepreneurs seeking to launch a new fitness business, as well as to established fitness businesses looking to find a way to stand head-and-shoulders above the competition. […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 21, 2013

Should You Answer Inquiries About Former Employees? 5 Common Mistakes

By Matthew M. Collins Although there are some industries, such as healthcare, in which an employer may be legally obligated to disclose information regarding former employees, most businesses are under no such obligation. Nevertheless, many businesses respond to inquiries about former employees without giving it a second thought. Responding to such inquiries can result in […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 21, 2013

How To Lower The Anxiety Associated With Change

By Tom Somodi It is likely there have been situations when you have asked yourself, “Why are there times when I experience anxiety relative to a change I am facing in my life?” To answer this question, let’s start by thinking of your replies to the following few simple questions: While the answers seem absurdly […]

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