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  • Finding Ideas for Your E-commerce Site

    E-commerce is everything today. As online retailers continue to rise, brick and mortar businesses continue to struggle. Large retailers rely on online sales. Websites are necessary for small businesses too. If you're unsure, below are ten reasons why. It's not a question of if e-commerce is a good idea, but the question is how to get your own e-commerce site up and running.

    Blogtrepreneurin EMail- 16 readers -
  • 8 Great Ways to Make Money Online

    A popular Google search is “How can I make money online?” It seems everyone is looking for an easy way to make some extra cash on the Internet. Many of these people are hoping to do it with as little effort as possible. However, like everything else in life, how much money you make usually depends on how much time and effort you are willing to invest.

    Blogtrepreneur- 12 readers -
  • Choosing the Best Office Space for Your Startup

    Finding the ideal office space for your business is important to its growth and success. The design and outlook of your office space give your stakeholders and clients the first impression of your business. Hence, the decision is critical when you intend to borrow funds from investors to grow your business.

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  • Start Getting Paid on Time with Invoice Sherpa

    Is your business struggling with cashflow and late payments? Whether you’re a solo operator, small business or doing bigger business at enterprise level,every day’s hard work can see you and your people stretched and pulled in multiple directions. Just keeping up with the workload can be overwhelming, let alone also keeping a vigilant watch on cashflow, outstanding or ‘lost’ ...

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  • Are You Drinking Too Much? Understanding Alcohol Addiction

    Add Media Alcohol addiction is something you hear about on a regular basis in the United States. The fact is that alcohol is all around you, from backyard barbecues to what is likely a whole aisle of wine, beer and spirits in your neighborhood market. Social drinking or having a glass of wine with dinner might be generally healthy, but for some people, the drinks don’t alwa ...

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  • What to Look For in a Software Vendor

    Today’s software marketplace is more crowded than ever in the past—a seemingly infinite sea of products and services, all claiming to be the best available. Even the most tech-savvy business owners often find themselves overwhelmed when searching for a new software vendor to partner with, especially given the constantly changing nature of the industry.

    Blogtrepreneur- 10 readers -
  • Trading Forex for Dummies

    Trading in forex is exciting. No doubt about it. It’s like a racetrack. It’s fast and requires quick decisions. In a matter of seconds you can either win or you can lose it all. Forex attracts traders who want to jump in and out of the market in a way that results in high profits. That’s all good and fine, but it doesn’t happen over night. Trading forex isn’t really for dummies.

    Blogtrepreneur- 11 readers -
  • 4 Types of Companies You Can Form in the UK

    Knowing the different types of companies that you can form in the UK is the first step towards actually starting one, either on your own or with a partner. Every type of company has its own financial and legal liabilities, and knowing them beforehand is important. Companies like 1st Formations can help you on your path to success by providing all the relevant information and ...

    Blogtrepreneur- 18 readers -
  • Double Your Website Traffic in 30 Days

    Traffic is the lifeblood of every Internet business. Without it, we have no prospects and customers to speak of. So your company will have a difficult time succeeding unless you can start generating more traffic on the web. It takes time, effort, and energy to develop and maintain an online audience. Many websites stagnate because they can’t figure out how to generate new leads.

    Blogtrepreneur- 12 readers -
  • 5 Lessons in Management to Learn from the Security Industry

    For many years, the security industry lagged behind others as digital security for IT became a priority. However, in the last few years, they have really pulled up their socks and become a power to be reckoned with, integrating relevant software solutions for both those on the ground, and those in a more managerial role.

    Blogtrepreneur- 16 readers -
  • 3 Data Security Mistakes that Can Kill Your Startup

    Startups are often fighting an uphill battle for survival – the battle often lasts long until they reach the critical mass needed to breakthrough to the mainstream market. Startup entrepreneurs, founders, and CEOs already know that they can't afford to run out of cash and they always walk around with 30-second pitches and pitch decks in the hopes of attracting investors.

    Blogtrepreneur- 10 readers -
  • Meet the Industry-Leading Affiliate Network, T DOT UK

    The payday industry has been steadily growing over the years, attracting countless Affiliates to this niche in pursuit of digital leads. It’s given way to a number of Affiliate Networks, each one hoping to outdo the last in terms of traffic conversions. Yet, there is one Affiliate Network that has quickly risen to the top of the industry because of its consistency, complianc ...

    Blogtrepreneurin Affiliate EMail- 10 readers -
  • Key Questions to Ask Potential Drop Shipping Partners

    Working with a drop shipper is a great way to get product to your customers without incurring the costs of maintaining inventory on hand. When the shipper is also the manufacturer, you’ll save a lot of money on transportation and storage charges as product can go from factory to customer without visiting your warehouse in between. With that said, different drop shippers have different policies.

    Blogtrepreneur- 13 readers -
  • How Time Tracking Increases Productivity at Work

    The level of productivity of your employees impact your company’s progress. In large businesses, people are more likely to encounter distractions – sometimes due to individual habits or factors in the work environment. As a manager or business owner, your goal is to get the most out of your staff members’ performance given a limited time frame at work.

    Blogtrepreneurin How To's- 15 readers -
  • Dance for Entrepreneurs: Everything You Need to Know

    Dancers don’t necessarily have to be only girls. There are plenty male dancers out there who go on to impact the art form significantly. But the costuming between men, women, boys and girls is necessarily going to differ for obvious reasons. This can be a limiting agent depending on the kind of choreography you’re involved with. Some choreography is going to have certain ideals behind it.

    Blogtrepreneur- 11 readers -
  • Top 5 Budget-Friendly Gifts Entrepreneurs Can Give to Their Loved Ones

    Summer season is here along with celebrations like Easter, Father’s Day and Mother’s Day. You surely want to celebrate these with your loved ones, but we know the life becomes so busy when you start your new business or try to make your business grow. Therefore, you may not have proper time to decide a perfect gift for your loved ones! To help you in this situation, here are ...

    Blogtrepreneur- 11 readers -
  • 6 Important Dates to Remember for a Limited Company

    Add Media You have finally formed your limited company after many hard efforts. From here, you will have to work hard for another set of achievements. In the beginning, it can be as overwhelming as it is exciting to handle your own limited company. To start with, there are a few important dates that you will need to remember.

    Blogtrepreneur- 14 readers -
  • Does Cyber Insurance Cover My Interconnected Home? And Other Questions!

    In mid-2016, a division of the insurance giant, Munich Re, began to offer cyber protection insurance to consumers. As more cyber insurance carriers extend their coverage from companies to consumers, those consumers are putting those policies under a microscope to understand their benefits and how they might protect consumers from typical cyber security risks.

    Blogtrepreneur- 20 readers -
  • Do Metal Detectors Work in the Food Industry?

    Metal detectors are a rather modern invention in the history of science and technology. They emerged out of the late 19th century thanks to the work of inventors like Gustave Trouvé and Alexander Graham Bell, alongside a host of other new scientific marvels including the lightbulb. However, it took another half-century or so for the first metal detectors for food industry use ...

    Blogtrepreneur- 20 readers -