Google AdSense is much easier and absolutely open way to make money using the internet. If you already own a blog or website, you can earn money by applying for a Google AdSense account. This AdSense permits different sizes of website publishers with various experiences for monetization via only targeted Google ads that you have provided on your website.
What is termed by Google AdSense?…
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It’s almost 3pm and your to-do list is still a mile long. Where did the time go? If you often find yourself in this situation at work, it may be time to change your routine and find some creative ways to improve your work productivity.
Effective productivity involves creatively managing your…Continue
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Today, at least 3 websites are born every hour on the web. Website owners are leaving no stones overturned to be the best and stay on the top. The moment a new technology hits the market, every business owner with a website wants to lay hands on it to benefit the business. One such smart move is to optimize your website platform and convert PSD to WordPress Theme or PSD to HTML5. With WordPress being the best…Continue
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It takes a lot of time to find that gem that solves all your life problems. If you are a business or individual finding ways to enhance your social media marketing efforts, then take this post for that gem. Here in this post, we have curated the most effective social media marketing tips &…Continue
Are you planning to start an online shopping store? Don't know much about the technology to be followed?
Below are the top easy ways to set up your eCommerce business…Continue
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Whether you have lost a client or failed to win a new contract, a business setback can be discouraging. However, reacting positively to the setback can be the first step toward propelling your business into an exciting new direction. Here are five ways to view the setback constructively and move forward as quickly as possible.
Realize that Setbacks are Inevitable
Recognize that setbacks are an inevitable part of being in business and all business owners, even the most…Continue
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As a general financially-related definition, a “gold standard” is a type of monetary system in which a country’s fiat currency (paper money) maintains a value that is directly linked to the value of gold. Nations that work on a gold standard set the gold spot price at a fixed amount, and that amount is used to determine the real value of that nation’s paper money.
For example, if the United States were to go back on a gold standard with…Continue
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By Bert Seither, Vice President at 1800Accountant
About the author: Bert Seither is the Vice President at 1800Accountant, the nation’s leading accounting and consulting firm for small businesses and entrepreneurs. For over a decade, Seither has assisted thousands of small business owners by helping them achieve financial freedom.
Small business owners often…
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By Bert Seither, Vice President at 1800Accountant
About the author: Bert Seither is the Vice President at 1800Accountant, the nation’s leading accounting and consulting firm for small businesses. Seither has assisted thousands of entrepreneurs to find prosperous paths over the past 10 years.
Bringing on a business partner to a small business can be a difficult yet extremely…
By Bert Seither, Director of Operations at Corporate Tax Network
About the author: Bert Seither is the Director of Operations at Corporate Tax Network, a national accounting and business development firm. For nearly 10 years, Seither has assisted small business owners to help put their companies on a path to prosperity.
In the small business…
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According to a Dun & Bradstreet* study, ‘businesses with fewer than 20 employees have only a 37% chance of surviving four years (of business) and only a 9% chance of surviving 10 years.’ Restaurants have only a 20% chance of surviving two years. Of these failed businesses, 90% closed because the business was not successful, did not provide the level of income desired, or were…Continue
Added by Laura Humphreys on June 19, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
Over the past two years I have interviewed over forty successful entrepreneurs. My criteria for an interview subject is that they must have built and sold at least one successful business. Many of them have been serial entrepreneurs – having created more than one business and learned many lessons along the way.
As I’ve talked to these people it has become apparent that they all share certain traits that ultimately lead to their success. If you want to succeed at your business (of…Continue
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Here is another extract from Liber8 Your Business, the soon to be released must have hand book for every small business owner. In this chapter I talk about the importance of being a visionary, starting with a concept called ‘The soccer game of life”…
“Earlier in the book I talked about successful people having an ability to see their success ahead of them – and…Continue
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If you are one of those small business people who took advantage of Microsoft's free website tools and hosting, you’ve certainly heard Microsoft is discontinuing these services effective April 30th, 2012. I found the Microsoft Small Business Live free website and hosting irresistible, so I built one for myself as well as several clients; this was before I found WordPress. Now I…Continue
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I'm on the second day of my 12 Ways to Give series over at Suess's Pieces, and today's charity puts the spotlight on helping our fellow entrepreneurs facing poverty -- particularly those in developing countries -- through optional lending. Can you guess which charity I'm talking about?…Continue
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