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Many entrepreneurs think working from a home office will be a dream come true-- until they give it a try. The reality of working from home, however exciting the prospect, can be a shock to the system. A disciplined and focused person can save valuable time and money using a home office. But for others, working from home can be a big time-waster. Read More
It's been 15 years since Craig Newmark started craigslist as an online arts and events list in San Francisco, and 10 years since he named Jim Buckmaster as CEO, stepping aside to work in customer service at the company. Newmark talks about the company's core values, how they've contributed to his success, and what he's doing to uphold them. Read More
If your business has been growing but you've been reluctant to take on a new employee because of economic uncertainty or for any other reason, maybe recently enacted tax incentives will convince you to act. The Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act, which was signed into law on March 18, 2010, offers significant tax savings for adding people to your payroll. Read More
With the WiFi-only Apple iPad about to go on sale tomorrow, and the growing number of other WiFi-only devices that consumers already have, you might be faced with the problem of needing to get online when you’re not sure there’ll be free wireless around. Here are seven options to satisfy your lust for Internet connectivity on the go, when a smartphone isn’t enough to do the job. Read More
If your company is storing more data in the cloud these days, a desktop scanner that reproduces documents in high resolution could come in handy. We tested four new models to see how they stack up. Here are the results. Read More
The mandate to save money may be clear, but which technologies actually pay for themselves is a tougher call to make for many businesses. Here are ten options that many small to midsize businesses are trending towards and reaping significant financial rewards. Read More
It’s amazing to watch a child grow from a completely helpless infant to a teen or young adult with his own opinions and ways of doing things. If you’re self-employed or run your own business, at some point you’re likely to receive the advice to hire your own children as a means of getting a tax break. However, hiring your children has benefits beyond taxes. Read More
Solid business plans don't guarantee success. But for entrepreneurs with decent ideas, they surely boost the odds. The fact is, crafting a meaningful business plan takes thought, time and money. Here are some highlights of an effective business plan. Read More
The credit card reform Congress passed last year ended “over limit” penalties –- typically $35 fees applied when cardholders charge more than their credit lines allow -– unless customers opt in. At least for consumers –- not so for business credit cards, which the CARD Act does not regulate at all. Now, with two sets of rules, confusion abounds. Read More
It’s not a hidden secret that link building is an essential part of SEO, but how you go about building links can make a huge difference in your organic visibility. Instead of having an in-house SEO or marketing department focused on link building, why not leverage the power of the entire company and have everyone contribute. Read More

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