Your Value Proposition: A Critical Component To Having A Successful Job Search
Your value proposition is a series of statements defining your worth. It is the value you bring to the table – the skills, strengths, core competencies, marketable assets and accomplishments you can declare as your own. Your value proposition...
'The Secrets of Interview Success'
Many well qualified and extremely able candidates fail at job interviews simply because they are unaware of the conventions of the job interview and the expectations of the interviewer. Successful candidates, on the other hand, manage to impress...
Adding the Right Keywords to Your Website Content
You've made your website, added a great title and keywords in the meta tags. That's it, right?
Not quite. There is another simple strategy to get more bang out of the content of your page – knowing what words people are using for their...
How To Turn Freebies Into Sales
You can increase sales and profits by offering freebies to
people who buy your main product or service. They
increase the over all value of your main offer and in return
people feel they're getting more for less.
5 Ways To Get Other Websites To Link To Yours
In-bound links from other web sites to yours provide two avenues to success for your site.
First, the number of quality in-bound links pointing to your web site are a major factor that the search engines (including Google) use to rank web...
4 Simple Secrets for NetMarketing Success
Starting an internet based business when you have zero marketing experience is, to say the least, bewildering. I speak from personal experience as I started out with no specialized knowledge. I gradually weaved my way through what seemed like...
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How You Can Learn to be a Better Manager
When you first take over a department, expectations are usually high but operations are sometimes in disarray. The staff is disorganized, goals aren’t being met, and hours are spent on unproductive tasks. Just when you think the company would...
Time Management Tips for Solo Entrepreneurs
Does it seem like everyone and everything is vying for your attention all at once? It can be hard for solo entrepreneurs to know what to do first, let alone try to find the time to get caught up. Here are some time management tips that will help...
Small Business Tax Tips - Product Review of Tax Reduction Toolkit
Product Review – Introduction Product Review – What I liked Product Review – What I didn’t like Product Review – Best Features Summary Table of Contents – Seven Sections – 29 Tax Tips Final Comments and Pricing (under $40) ...
Refinancing - Best way to measure costs and gains
Refinancing is a term in the finance industry that refers to the process
of paying off a current or present loan with a second loan. If the situation is
right, refinancing can be very beneficial for those who engage in it. So how do
Improve Your Jewelry Sales with a Little Market Research
Would you like to find out which of your jewelry designs are likely to be good sellers before you invest a lot of time and money developing them?
Before going into large-scale production of your newest design (or developing an entire jewelry...
5 Ways to Encourage Impulse Purchases
I just bought six square pieces of spongy fabric for $20 and walked away happy - "victim" of an impulse purchase.
I was at one of those big show events and walked past a demonstration booth. I even knew it was coming. About 50% of the people...
One of the best ways to get your name out in your local community is to become a sponsor. A few hundred dollars gets your company name on little League caps; a little more, perhaps an ad at a roller rink. Donate money or materials to the local...
Top 3 Reasons Why Your Headlines Fail
by George Dodge
Many professional copywriters estimate that the headline contributes 80% or more of the success of any ad, article, or sales letter.
One direct marketing expert goes so far as to credit the headline with 100% of the...
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...