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Selling Your Product at a Community Market

Selling Your Product at a Community Market Avatar Posted by amabaie under Sales
From http://frugalzeitgeist.com 343 days ago
Made Hot by: tiroberts on November 25, 2013 9:38 pm
Many cities have weekend open-air markets at which people can sell all sorts of goods. If you have a product that you make and sell that is conducive to one of these markets, it can be a great opportunity not only to sell some products, but to attract new customers who might buy your product later. Read More

Are you a House Dog or a Wolf?

Are you a House Dog or a Wolf? Avatar Posted by amabaie under Self-Development
From http://www.onemillionwaystomakemoney.com 345 days ago
Made Hot by: zioncampo on November 22, 2013 2:32 am
This fable only shows that each person are free to choose what kind of life they want to live. One good example is choosing between working as a freelancer or as regular employee. Read More
The old notion of lining up at the cash register could be a thing of the past, with mobile POS (point of sale) systems. Could we now be given surprise rewards and impromptu discounts, even as we are trying on clothes in the fitting rooms? Read More

The Best Marketing Advice on a Budget

The Best Marketing Advice on a Budget Avatar Posted by amabaie under Marketing
From http://www.carolroth.com 352 days ago
Made Hot by: fundpr on November 15, 2013 8:57 am
Marketing is essential for a successful business. But, for both new and established businesses, it can be expensive and difficult to determine the proper avenues and strategies that will work best for your business. Read More

GoldieBlox – Toys for Building a Child’s Future!

GoldieBlox – Toys for Building a Child’s Future! Avatar Posted by amabaie under Success Stories
From http://www.wonderoftech.com 358 days ago
Made Hot by: seobromino on November 14, 2013 1:37 pm
GoldieBlox was launched to encourage more girls to explore careers in engineering by providing them with fun toys. GoldieBlox and the Spinning Machine is designed to teach kids how to create a belt drive. While that may not seem like a particularly amusing task, GoldieBlox makes it fun by pairing t Read More

5 Small Workspace Changes That Will Make You More Productive

5 Small Workspace Changes That Will Make You More Productive Avatar Posted by amabaie under Human Resources
From http://www.forbes.com 359 days ago
Made Hot by: centrifugePR on November 8, 2013 4:56 pm
For business owners, however, paying attention to the research on various workplace issues can make a big difference in the daily output of each worker, not to mention overall morale. Whether you’re boss or employee, here are a few major adjustments that can make a big difference. Read More
Have you ever felt lost about how to structure a good blog post for your business blog? People not only struggle with “what to write about” on their blog, but “how to structure the blog post.” Read More

Who's Ready for the Twitter IPO?

Who's Ready for the Twitter IPO? Avatar Posted by amabaie under Raising Capital
From http://plantingmoneyseeds.com 360 days ago
Made Hot by: thelastword on November 7, 2013 4:23 pm
It’s been interesting to see the rise of social media companies as they go from fun ways to keep in tough with your loved ones to serious business ventures. LinkedIn and Facebook are now publicly traded companies. The next Big Thing in social media investing is, of course, Twitter. Read More
The toughest part on your way to mastering any skill is always making the very first step. SEO is no exception to the rule, and there's no better way of getting reliable beginner advice than looking up to some of the top SEO experts and firms on the market. Read More

God-Awful Art and Operational Measurement

God-Awful Art and Operational Measurement Avatar Posted by amabaie under Strategy
From http://www.customerthink.com 362 days ago
Made Hot by: justretweet on November 5, 2013 1:51 pm
I only learnt one thing in three years of art classes

Whilst appraising my woodland still life (sounds better than a stick) my art teacher frowned at my intricate bark pattern, then told me that I would be far better if I “took distance”, taking time to look at the whole thing and getting a sens Read More

Learn How to Build a Firm Benefits Foundation

While health care reform hasn’t gone into full swing mode yet, your business can lay a firm foundation for 2015 by following …
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Rachel Strella: Story of an Accidental Entrepreneur

If you had asked Rachel Strella in June 2010 what she did for a living, she would have told you she worked in … More
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