Although there are many perks of running a home business, such as having a flexible schedule and improved work/life balance, one of the most notable is that you can save money. With a home-based business, you can cut costs that you’d otherwise have to afford if you ran a business from an outside location. Plus, you can use that money for other business expenses that could prove to be more advantageous in the long-term. Continue reading “7 Expenses You Can Save On By Working From Home”
The 4G LTE network has been around for many years now, but a lot of businesses and business owners continue to use devices that have slower 3G connections — or they rely on landlines without any wireless connections at all. This is especially true of small businesses that don’t need the internet to get by, like restaurants and fashion boutiques. You may have a website, and it might be pretty nice, but you don’t use 4G LTE because it’s an extra investment that doesn’t seem worth it. Continue reading “4 Business Advantages Of 4G LTE”
Ah, performance appraisals — oh, how we love thee — these nail-biting moments that keep employees on their toes. Poorly structured performance appraisals put unnecessary stress on employees and don’t effectively capture relevant performance indicators.
When was the last time you reviewed your company’s appraisal process? Flaws in the process must be corrected if you want to create a strong team. Continue reading “5 Proven Strategies For Conducting Effective Employee Appraisals”
Personal branding is absolutely essential today. Research has shown repeatedly that the first place potential employers look to learn about you (after reading your resume) is the internet. Your profiles on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and so on all offer a glimpse into who you are as an employee and where you’re heading in your career. Continue reading “3 Steps Of Brand Building And Why Social Media Matters To Your Personal Brand”
Hi, I'm Holly. I help women and moms find remote jobs, careers, and home-based businesses that feed their souls. If you're looking to work from home, this is the blog for you. Continue reading “How To Make Money With Your Smartphone”
Artificial intelligence, or AI for short, has become a real buzzword these last couple of years. No longer restricted to the fanciful realm of science fiction, artificial intelligence is being improved upon each day in very real ways. Continue reading “How To Create Effective Content With The Help Of Artificial Intelligence”
One of the most effective ways for shoppers, including bootstrapping entrepreneurs, to save money online is by using coupon codes. Surprisingly, many coupon codes are overlooked by shoppers despite the fact that they can be the best way to reduce shopping costs, particularly when they’re used frequently. Most retail stores use coupon codes to attract more customers and increase sales, so it’s highly likely that you’ll be able to find them when you need them and save a considerable amount of money. Continue reading “Getting The Best Deals From Coupon Codes”
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I have a confession. I love paper. Continue reading “How To Get Creative, Organized, And Productive Using Paper At Work”
Whatever your vision, making your nonprofit organization a success starts the same way as any other business—by staying in compliance with government regulations. Your nonprofit organization is accountable to state and federal agencies, including the IRS, which is where 501(c)(3) (also referred to as a 501c3) status comes into play.
Section 501(c) of the United States Internal Revenue Code sets forth 27 different types of nonprofit organizations, the most common being a 501(c)(3) designation. Continue reading “What Is A 501c3 And When Do You Need One?”
I know what you’re thinking—trade shows?! How old school. With endless rows of booths, stacks of pamphlets, and thousands of people crowding the aisles, trade shows don’t exactly have a reputation for being trendy. Continue reading “5 Reasons Why Startups Should Never Ignore Trade Shows”