FOUR SIMPLE STEPS TO BETTER RESULTS WITH YOUR RESUME
FOUR SIMPLE STEPS TO BETTER RESULTS WITH YOUR RESUME Is every job description you read the same? No. Is every job you submit your resume to the same? Of course they aren’t. If all these job descriptions are different, why do you submit the same...
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Is it a Real Business or a Hobby?
Do you remember when a home business was typing, ironing, house cleaning or selling crafts? In today’s environment we can do computer drafting, medical transcription, internet marketing and more. When the average person saw a computer for the first...
Submitting Your Site To The Open Web Directory: Some Dos And Don’ts
One of the most important steps in any site’s publicity campaign is the submission to the Open Web Directory (http://www.dmoz.org) as this directory provides search results for many of the most important search engines and online portals....
Link Popularity Explained and How To Build Links
Link popularity is the single most influential factor for determining how well a web site will perform in search engine rankings. A web site's link popularity is computed from the number and more importantly, the quality of links pointing to a...
My Favorite Traffic Generation Technique
Articles get exposure for me and my website. If you want to bring a continuous stream of highly targeted traffic to your website,then you should write articles related to your business. Write about topics you have learned about and are learning...
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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
Real Estate Investors - Don't Close Your Eyes To Closing Costs.
When buying or selling real estate closing costs can come as
a shock. Here's an explanation of the various expenses:
Most lenders require a down payment of from zero to 20% for
a normal home purchase.
What You Need To Know About Credit Cards
What is a credit card? A credit card is a card that allows you to borrow money to pay for things. There will be a limit to how much you can spend called your credit limit. At the end of each month you can either pay off the whole of the...
Understanding Document Management
The term "document management" and "paperless office" is the subject of countless articles and books. Everyone wants to achieve this lofty goal but not everyone understands what the terms really mean. Before you can embark on the journey of ...
How To Realistically Set Your Fees - Part 2
Effect of Expenses The last article examined how to calculate your realistic billable hours. If you remember, we arrived at approximately 1100 hours in a year. To earn our mythical $46,000 per year, you needed to bill at a rate of $42 per...
Getting Looked Over, Without Getting Overlooked: Writing for Scanners and Skimmers
* Scanning and Skimming Practices *
Whether you're writing e-mail messages or Web site sales letters, you need to know how to hold the attention of different types of readers. Even the readers that don't actually "read."
Most readers will...
Catch More Clients Using Strategic Networking
Is networking helping you bring in the new clients you want? If you are like most independent professionals and small business owners, you put hard work into getting your name out there and distribute your business card wherever you go. You may...
Using Photographs and Graphics In Marketing Your Business
More and more businesses are seeing the benefit of
photography in marketing their business. html emails,
websites, business cards, banners. Scanners and
other digital equipment is HOT! What will you need to
know about the area of photography...
OK People - Let's Get Real!
It's all about numbers - or so some ezine publishers would have you believe.
10,000 subscribers and counting!
20,000 subscribers and counting!
30,000 subscribers and counting!
You get the picture...or do you?
Now let me ask...