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    • 3 Business Consultants Making It Big Teaching Entrepreneurs How to Succeed

      Starting out in business is tough. If you’ve never been in business before and haven’t run a company as the CEO, then you’re stepping into unfamiliar territory. Rather than hiring a life coach, entrepreneurs are turning to business consultants who have experience starting successful companies or who are at least proficient at marketing to help make one successful.

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    • How to Find the Balance: Writing for Robots and Humans

      If you want to get the most out of your content marketing efforts, you need to optimize your content for search engines, choosing target keywords and producing qualities that search engine crawlers deem authoritative. However, you also need to write content that’s appealing to your target audience, so they think more highly of your brand and are more likely to buy your products.

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    • How Faith-Based Learning Can Drive Ethical Business Practise

      Most MBA students genuinely want to do what’s morally right, but any business leader can be led astray if they haven’t been firmly rooted in ethical principles. Faith-based MBA programs, such as Excelsia College’s online Master of Business Administration, do more than tack on an ethics course to an otherwise win-at-any-cost approach to business.

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  • Sales as a Service: Is It the Right Solution for Your Business?

    … The immensely competitive market and the need to keep overhead costs at a minimum are affecting the way businesses operate on the market today. Business owners are forced to be more creative when it comes to maintaining smooth operations. Some rely on technology to help streamline their operations, while others turn to third-party services…

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  • 3 Preparations That Should Be Part Of Your Damage Plan

    … As a business owner, you understand that the potential for property damage exists. You have an emergency plan for handling natural disasters like an earthquake, but there are other situations you might not be fully prepared for: fire, parking lot damage, or having adequate food storage. Having an umbrella liability insurance policy is smart…

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  • Top Free Things to Do in Orlando

    … A few days ago, when you were desperately surfing through the websites of the major travel agencies, you must have thought that you should book a vacation instantly for enjoying a holiday within your budget to any part of the world. However, when your heart lies in the USA and you crave to set foot in the States to explore the modern yet subtle…

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  • 5 Unique Gifts for the Busy Man in Your Life

    … It’s hard to find the right gift for the bike riding, mustache swaging, muscle blowing manly man in your life. Sure, the appetite of a usual human male specimen can be satisfied with a nice watch, a new trendy gadget, and sometimes with a hoodie or a customized mug. But we are not talking about the everyday joe, these items don’t cut…

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  • What’s In A Home Office In 2017?

    … An increasing number of people are working from home, but home offices are notoriously distracting – unless you engineer them for productivity. There are endless tools, apps, and pieces of technology that can help keep you on task. If you work from home, consider adopting these 4 strategies to improve your work environment. Suddenly you won’t…

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  • Should Your Small Business Borrow Money?

    … At one point or another, you may decide to expand or diversify your business operations. There are many ways to ‘branch out’, including utilizing your human resources more effectively, automating operations, using cloud-computing technology and specialized software, etc. Often, these changes require capital investment. If your business has…

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  • The Line Between Safety and Privacy

    … In the past few years, you likely have heard someone arguing online in favor for more security or in favor of maintaining privacy. It is a debate that is not just among everyday users but can be found in executive board rooms and the halls of congress and parliament. Across political lines, the both security and privacy are enshrined…

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  • 11 Things People Don’t Tell You About Drop Shipping

    … for hosting your own online store instead, so you can spread yourself away from your competitors. You can even sell your products from blogs and social media accounts, or make deals with current website owners. The point is that drop shipping is not tied to selling in a specific space online. There are pros and cons to consider for every option…

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  • 5 Tech Solutions to Save Freelancers Time & Money

    … Let’s face it. Freelancing is not an easy job. Whether you are a part-time contractor trying to earn some extra cash or a full-time freelancer, there always seems to be something else to juggle. Client requests, impromptu meetings, new iterations of a project – it’s enough to make your head spin. Thankfully, there are a plethora of tech…

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  • 5 Business Entities Suitable for Your Blogging Business

    … Successful blogging strategies will often include a business savvy side. It is useful to know how you can set-up a legal entity that will be suitable for the type of business you are developing. Choosing the best legal structure will depend on a number of factors, including your plans for a future expansion or the available budget. Below, our…

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  • 4 Industries Where Blogging is a Must

    … If you aren’t careful, you can become desensitized to the idea of blogging. For more than a decade, marketing experts and business thought leaders have harped on the many benefits of developing a blog for your brand, but is there any value left to be scraped from this traditional strategy? The answer is a resounding yes. Blogging isn’t just…

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  • How To Develop A Continuous Stream Of Fresh Content Ideas

    When you first started your online business, you were probably too preoccupied with the mechanics of launching your business to pause long enough to consider the time-consuming role content would play in building your brand. Initially, you looked for the right idea for your business. If you were diligent, you visited forums in your niche, eavesdropped on a few conversations, ...

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  • What’s the Perfect Business Idea for You?

    … You may be wondering if there is some business idea out there that would be just right for you to start and succeed in. Chances are there is! There is an almost unlimited number of great businesses out there that you could start. There are businesses that you can run part-time, businesses that are fun, businesses that allow you to express your…

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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…

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  • Inventing is Easy When We Refrain from Excessive Criticism

    … A lot of people scratch their heads when they look at a company like Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Google, or Microsoft that seemed to rise out of nowhere. Why is it that some strike it rich, and some do not? Mostly, it has to do with the attitude the founders of a company have toward inventing. Many company founders are extremely cautious. They do…

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