How To Successfully Build A Bootstrapping Software Business

10 Tips for Building Up an Independently-Financed Software Business Every young software business is different. Yet regardless of niche, competitive pressures or economic conditions, all startups face the same key issues. It’s possible to survive those hectic, early years as a bootstrapped business—even thrive during them. All you need is… 1) an idea for a software product that is needed ...

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How to Use The Real Estate Market to Determine the State of the Economy

As CEOs from a variety of industries seek to measure the state of the economy – to evaluate the robustness of the recovery or the persistence of the unemployment rate – they should look to the ultimate predictor of financial strength or weakness: The real estate market. Indeed, many analysts readily (and accurately) concede that the real estate market, both ...

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Have you got what it takes to be an entrepreneur?

It is a question that is regularly on the lips of business start-ups – are you born or made an entrepreneur? What innate skills are required to become one of the leading business owners of the next generation? In essence, successful entrepreneurs have backgrounds from all walks of life, through a variety of social and ethnic upbringings. But while all ...

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How Video Benefits Websites

With so many options out there to increase SEO, it is no surprise that the digital marketing world is so focused on capturing a piece of that online audience pie. Because we are carrying video-enabled tech with us on a daily basis, watching videos “On the Go” has become a very mainstream thing to do. And why wouldn’t it? Put ...

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How to Look Professional Online

“Perception is reality,” the saying goes and if you want people to perceive that your business is professional, you must convey that to them online. Here are three simple steps to make your business looks professional online: 1. Launch your own website. Although Facebook is an effective platform for connecting with leads, prospects, and customers, you should use it in ...

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Who Owns Your Customer’s Experience?

Many businesses like legendary brands such as Nordstrom, Four Seasons, Morton’s Bass Pro Shops and Subway understands that the personal interaction of every team member with customers is a key to success. However the legendary brands take customer interaction beyond the norm; they constantly train their people to “own” each customer’s experience.   They educate and empower team members at ...

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How to Overcome Stress As an Entrepreneur

Stress. Every business owner has a lot of it – it’s almost a prerequisite for being an entrepreneur. However, too much stress takes a toll on your health and can eventually lead to multiple chronic illnesses. Sometimes, to power forward, you need to concentrate on rejuvenating your mind and body. Get More Sleep It sounds counter-intuitive, but sleep helps you ...

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Entrepreneur Advises Business Leaders to Defend & Promote Their Ideas

For CEOs and entrepreneurs, there are universal lessons – about research, innovation, personal conviction and exceptional service – which originate from more unconventional industries. Specifically, I refer to my own work – my daily and lifelong commitment to healing – in which I help people permanently end addiction. The lesson for other business leaders, they key principle connecting my efforts ...

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Small Business Tips: Business vs. Personal Checking Banking

Whether a sole-proprietor or the owner of multiple franchises, small business owners find themselves wearing many hats. In addition to their role as manager, marketer and salesperson, many small business owners are tasked with handling their day-to-day finances. To ease this responsibility, Jay DesMarteau, head of small business at TD Bank, recommends opening a business checking account, rather than relying on ...

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Featured Posts: How Entrepreneurs Can Improve Security Of Financial Cards

Despite the wealth of information that is available from consumer groups, financial institutions and online media, financial cards still face security threats ranging from identity thefts to hacked billing statements. It is therefore unequivocal that the use of personal financial cards to carry out business transactions, finance business operations and reduce the volume of paperwork and transactional expenses is accompanied ...

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