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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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Featured Post: The Importance of Having a Website in the Professional World

Not too long ago, the notion that anyone could have their own website was foreign to most people. When the Internet was in its infancy, websites were typically reserved for only the largest of companies; having one was almost a status symbol in many ways. The speed at which the Internet has matured is no doubt impressive, and it’s changed ...

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Featured Post: Turning Lead Lemons into Lemonade

When life gives you lemons, you figure out how to sell them to someone at a profit. Analogies aside, if you’ve been getting bad leads, converting them to good ones can seem like a whole lot of headache. Anyone can find a group of people willing to get something for free, the key is converting those users to buyers. The ...

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3 Vital Skills You Must Possess As an Entrepreneur to Get Clients

What differentiates you from other entrepreneurs in your field are the skills or qualities you possess that they don’t have or the qualities they have that you do not possess; either way there are some qualities that you, as an entrepreneur, must have to succeed in your business. The following are the 3 vital skills you must possess as an ...

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Featured Post: 4 Things to Consider Before Starting An Export Business

Expanding overseas is an easier process than it used to be, and it’s also a good time for CEOs to tap into emerging markets. According to the International Trade Administration, 70% of the purchasing power of consumers is outside the U.S., and medium and small-sized businesses need to realize their untapped export potential. However, exporting comes with its own set ...

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The Ripple Effect: Current Events’ Impact on Office Climate

Once again, global news is soaked in turmoil, provocation, and apprehension as the world awaits a forthcoming U.S. action regarding the conflict in Syria. The media coverage of rhetorical back and forth has become nothing short of omnipresent, a dull roar in the background of our everyday lives as Democrats argue with Republicans, political pundits throw around their credentialed weight, ...

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How a Box of Fab Detergent Can Change Your Closing Ratios

For years, well-articulated and well-used features and attendant generic benefits of products and services were usually enough to move consumers to a purchase decision. Not any longer! In this new “the consumer rules” era, sales presentations must shift fully to your customers’ perspective. In every presentation only one perspective matters — theirs. Not yours, not the company’s, only the customer’s ...

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Featured Post: 3 Very Important Reasons why even the CEO should contribute to the Blog

The position of the CEO is one of the most important since many major decisions must past approval before a company may move forward with projects. The CEO should be a leader within their marketplace not just through their visions for the business but through their interactions with those with the company and on a consumer level. A direct connection, ...

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3 Website Design Tips for Budding Entrepreneurs

You’re excited about your new business, but you need a website to make things happen. And here’s where things get tricky. There are a lot of ways to screw up a website. You can make the design too complicated – driving users away. You can use the wrong colours, fail to give users the right visual queues for links, and ...

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Three tips on how to hire high achievers to suit your business

Silverstreet mobile messaging aggregator and fast growing telecom group, recently advertised several new positions to meet the needs of our exciting expansion. I believe that great people build great companies and hiring the right people to suit the various, and often very diverse, needs of a fast growing organisation can be tricky. Mistakes are often not only costly financially but also ...

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