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Setting Achievable Goals by Marco Richter
... Here is a first draft of the plan, I have made so far: Setup an online business Work on that business and make it profitable Set the business on auto-pilot Go back to step one Step one is already in progress as your are reading this article on my website. This site will be my new online business. Ok, this one was easy to take, step two will be much harder to achieve. I am already working on an article covering the topic of making a website profitable.

3 Easy Ways To Brand Your Small Business Name by Adam K
... Brand your small business online presence. Whatever your company name is, you should also have the .com name. If you run a real-world brick and mortar location named say… Last Drop Coffee Shop, then you should also register lastdrop.com and lastdropcoffeeshop.com. Even if you just put up an informational website rather then selling coffee online, having the extra facet to your brand name can only help. If you are a self-proprietor, or hold a position such as realtor or insurance agent.

Fast Food Calorie Tips: Eat A Healthy Meal At Chain Restaurants by Richard Doble
... Get detailed nutrition information from the restaurant. The business may have handouts, for example, to help you make intelligent choices. Also most major chain restaurants have nutrition facts and calculators online. Most web addresses will be quite simple such as the company name dot com; for example, the address for the Wendy's chain is Most also have printer friendly pages on the web that you can print out and take with you the next time you go.

Home Business Tax And Start Up Tips by James Mack
... The Small Business Administration's web site, is the best place to find more free online home based business training than you ever thought possible. You can find everything here from what forms you need to how to run your books all for free! Take a few hours to completely scour their site, request any information that you might find helpful, and just read, read, read. On the SBAs site, you will find a calculator to show you just how much start up capital you will need, how to create a ...

New Year's Resolutions, The "Word" and a Small Business Retreat by Sandra Martini
... * Profit are the days that I’m working on activities that make money for my business: client coaching, online business management, etc. 3. Bring all those scraps of paper or notebook in which you wrote down ideas for your business and things that you want to do. Record them in one central place; I call mine my “Dream Notebook” – it’s actually a sketching notebook with a gorgeous picture of the beach on the front cover. If you have a laptop, bring it.

A Website for Your Small Business: How to Get One in Nine Steps by Kelly Biedny
... I also encourage you to provide good information about your small business and it's services, but for most traditional (non web-based) small business, starting out with a primary purpose is key. As you discover how potential and current customers are using your site, your purpose and sub-purposes may broaden, but if this is your first website (or your first attempt at an effective website) start with a very focused purpose and build from there. Step Two: Develop an Outline of Site Content ...

Tools for the ‘Sucstressed’ by Roxie Hickman
... Turbo Notes Effective organization is key for any business, even more so for small and micro businesses. We have a ton of things on our to do lists, (personal and business) notes jotted down on scraps of paper, or a running list in our heads. Whatever system you currently work with…pencil and paper, Outlook’s calendar and task lists, or the mental thing, Turbo Notes, would be a great addition. These notes are the electronic version of Post-Its.

What's the Difference Between Individual, Family, Group and Health Insurance? by Kurt Stammberger
... Furthermore, because you represent a bigger chunk of business to the insurance carrier, you can usually negotiate terms and conditions quite a bit as a business owner. Hence it’s advisable to do your homework before you start negotiations. Some of the online insurance websites are quite good; they provide plenty of information for free. There are also a variety of free online calculators you can use that let you play around with various scenarios and see how it impacts your bottom line.

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