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Q and A: Personalized Birthday Cards from Paul Leonard


Paul Leonard's BirthdayCards2Go.com paid greeting card service offers convenience when you're rushing to send birthday wishes.

Small Business Owners - Form a Relationship with Your Bank Manager


It's just like a marriageTo expect a bank manager or officer to play such close attention to your account that he (or she) knows when you intend to deposit money and to know when to hold back a cheque is a hopeless dream.He has neither the time nor the resources, and you can complain until your blue in the face but, in the end, you have the sole responsibility to manage your bank account.

Get In Touch With Your Competition!


We all know that competition is an ugly word but competitors are a fact of life in business. If your business can't compete with other businesses, don't start it.

Six Essential Skills to Business Success!


The following are six essential skills to business success. You may not have developed all of these skills, but like most things in life, you can by learning, practicing and determination.

Is Your Business Legally Prepared?


It is imperative to have your business legally prepared. How you ask? You need to have a business license, a home occupation license, if running your business from home, a city or county license, (depending on what State you live) plus you need to register your business as fictious if you are not using your name as a business.

How Do I Choose The Right Business Opportunity For Me?


First you have to start with knowing your budget and how much you can afford to spend on a business opportunity. There are ways of starting a business opportunity online for as little as $50 as an affiliate; this figure goes all the way up to $1 Million dollars with a McDonalds restaurant.

Restaurant Operators - What Skills do you Need


A tongue-in-cheek look at the skills required to operate a restaurant but?on he whole they come pretty close to the truth.People Skills, You need to be good with people, because you will have different customers almost every day, you will have repeat customers who have higher expectations, a high-maintenance shift-based staff to manage, suppliers who won't always meet your expectations or time frames and creditors who want their money now.

Your Practice is Only as Valuable as Your Referral Base


Many physical therapists in private practice have the appearance of a very successful business that is built on the backs of about four to five doctors. Now if anything would happen to any of these guys, the value of these practices would drop markedly.

Building Your Business for Success in 2005


It's a strange anomaly.Most people who set out to start their own business, no matter what type, build it for failure, not success.

What is Business Process Automation?


Business Process Automation or BPA for short. This was a buzzword a few years back with anyone and everyone claiming they were experts in this area.

An Example of Business Automation - eCards with pizazz


The last time I spoke and went into a bit of detail on business automation. Today I would like to give you some details of how I actually used it personally so you get to see first-hand what I wanted, how I went about doing it and finally executing it.

Analyzing Customers in Your Business Plan


The Customer Analysis section of the business plan assesses the customer segments that the company serves. In it, the company must 1) identify its target customers, 2) convey the needs of these customers, and 3) show how its products and services satisfy these needs.

How to Effectively Design Your Business Image


In many industries, image is one of the last things business owner looks at. If business is not booming, they assume there is something wrong with the sales method, as opposed to the image.

Where to Find a Cash Windfall of $10,000 to $1,000,000 -- You Never Knew You Had


There is a rather famous true story called "Acres of Diamonds".It is about a successful farmer who risks everything searching the African continent for diamonds.

Find Your Niche & Follow It - Part 1


In this series of articles I'm going to show you how to find out if there's a hungry crowd for your information product BEFORE you write a single word.Mark Twain once said: "Find out where the people are going and get there first".

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