Find Answers to Common Interview Questions
When youíre looking for a job, itís wise to find a list of interview questions that an employer may ask so that you have a general idea of how youíre going to answer them. While answering interview questions is never easy, you can become more...
Quick Tip: Write an Interview Thank You Letter
Youíve had your interview and it went well. Now what do you do to make a lasting impression on your interviewer? Send them an interview thank you letter. While writing thank you letters isnít required (most people donít send them), itís very...
FIVE ADVANCED and Essential features of Your Follow up Autoresponder
If you are not using a follow up autoresponder until now, just buy it. Follow up autoresponders are very valuable tool for online business.
You can offer free email courses
Send ezines, ezine articles
Follow up your customer
Site Maps: A Force to be Reckoned With
Another important component of search engine optimization is the use of site maps. If you want visitors -- and search engine spiders -- to find every page on your Web site, a site map can be your biggest ally especially if you have a lot of...
13 Techniques That Boosts The Power Of Your Resource Box!
***What is the Resource box?
'Resource box' is an information box about the author of the article.You will see this resource box at the end of the ezine articles.
***Why it is so important?
Hey...It is giving you free...
Link Exchanges - What they can do for your business (PART 2)
If you haven't read (part 1), please go here: http://www.smartads.info/articles/le/10.html
TO AUTOMATE OR NOT TO?
For those of you who are trying to figure out if you should use an automated link promoter or just simply doing everything...
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Small Business Grants - Tips from the Pros
Every business starts with an idea or a dream. To implement this idea or to turn your dream in to reality you require finance. A grant supports the business ideas and turns the dreams of an entrepreneur in to reality.
There are many types of...
Public Relations Ė Defining Your Organization from the Inside Out
What do your customers say about your company? Would you let your major competitor control your sales strategy? Public relations is an inevitable consequence of being in business. Whether you like it or not, your corporate image evolves...
Warning - This Lease Might Explode Any Minute
Mike Caringi, owner of a small New Jersey business that sells pumps, found himself facing a gut-wrenching dilemma last summer. Should he continue paying $ 1,500 each month for essential telecommunications services he no longer receives and for...
Small Business Tax Deductions for Year End 2004
As a small business owner, it's wise to familiarize yourself with some key deductions that may reduce your tax bill for 2004. Employee Benefit Plans - You may deduct contributions to employee benefit plans (such as health insurance plans and...
How to Meet Quality Standards with ISO 9001
In todayís hectic business environment, it is vital that we are all on the same page, right? But how do we know if we meet those standards? Business owners and executives can avoid the uncertainty, and thatís where ISO 9001 certification comes...
Maximize Your Profits Using Pay Per Click Advertising
You've heard it said a thousand times before... "one of the
most efficient and low cost methods of driving targeted
traffic to your website is with pay per click advertising".
But is advertising on pay per click search engines really...
Three Steps to a Professional Image
One of the biggest reasons home-based business entrepreneurs often fail to attract customers is that they also fail to create a professional image. A professional image is an element of your credibility and without credibility winning customers is...
Just Give Them What They Want!
Just Give Them What They Want!
-By Daegan Smith
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Honesty is the Best Policy -- Especially When It Comes to Dealing with the Press
As a child growing up in Chicago, my friends and I would often yell at each other, "Cheaters never prosper!" if we thought someone was playing unfairly on our Catholic school playground. In the business world over the years, I've learned that...