Sounds nice, right? Unfortunately, it’s not very realistic—neither for the entrepreneur starting a business nor the business owner running an existing business for years.
In all companies, leaders face adversity within their ranks at times. Adversity isn’t usually fun, but it doesn’t have to be debilitating either. Continue reading “Six Tips To Help Business Leaders Gracefully Handle Adversity In The Office”
We are all familiar with the concepts of online marketing. From working social media channels to sending out periodic emails to old and new customers, online marketing is quick, easy, and relatively cheap. There is no denying that social media and other online marketing strategies are successful, but have you considered the effectiveness of offline marketing?
Offline marketing is not for everyone. Continue reading “Simple Ways To Market Your Business In The Local Community”
If you’re looking to make money the easy way, why not do it with something you love? After all, it doesn’t feel like a job if you love doing it!
Some of the best ways to make money actually lie in your hobbies, whether you realize it or not. Love to blog? There are tons of ways to make money with blogging!
Do you like taking photos of all the places you visit? Sell them to stock photo companies or set up a small, local photography business and start earning money.
There are virtually endless ways to turn your favorite hobbies into money-makers, but this article will detail some of the most popular cash-earning hobbies. Continue reading “48 Hobbies That Make Money Online And Offline”
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When someone says that they met their partner on a dating website, it doesn’t garner the same kind of reaction it once did. Before, people thought that if you had to use the internet to meet someone, you were some kind of leper and there was something wrong with you. Continue reading “How To Create A Fantastic And Successful Dating Website”
There’s nothing easy about scaling your B2B sales team for the future. Aim too high too fast, and you could end up like the leaders of the recruiting app WePow: burning through hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and being forced to lay off 80% of the sales department. Continue reading “7 Tips For Scaling Your Sales Operation For The Future”
Ever feel like your days are becoming more hectic yet less productive? You’re probably allowing your list of tasks and to-do’s get the best of you before you even start your day. So what should you really be doing in the morning to get your head in the game?
Nothing is more stressful than fighting your way through busy streets during rush hour or rolling into the office late. Continue reading “5 Ways To Set Yourself Up For A Stress-Free Day”
Wondering how to make money online if you’re a college student?
Don’t worry. There are plenty of ways to score part time work from home so you can keep up with your studies and work around your schedule.
These flexible part-time jobs are some of the best ways for college students to get some extra money without needing special work experience and skills. Continue reading “84 Legit Online Jobs For College Students Online”
As a small business owner, do you ever feel that your local business is at an unfair disadvantage compared to big, national chains? Surprise: You actually have a significant advantage over these competitors, according to a recent survey by Yodle.
The poll of over 6,000 consumers nationwide found customers trust and use local businesses, and even prefer them to national chains. Continue reading “5 Super Simple Ways To Market Your Local Business”
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Back again from the heyday of AOL in the 1990s, chat rooms offer new prospects for businesses.
The Internet has fundamentally altered the way we communicate. Continue reading “Communication For Remote Businesses”
So you finally want to join the blogging community. Well by reading this article you’ll have taken the biggest step to starting a blog that can create an income for you and your family.
I have been blogging as my main source of income for the past 8 years. Continue reading “By: Leila Dorari”