In the early days of the Internet, services such as eBay and Craigslist revolutionized secondary markets, making it easy for individuals to buy and sell used goods. Among other devastating results, the classified ad went the way of the dodo (and with it much of the revenue that subsidized printed newspapers)…
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Your business may keep you racing like a frantic short order cook, but truly great ideas require a slow simmer, advises the founder of Behance. Save a little time to stir these pots.You’ve no doubt heard of Google’s famous 20 percent time, and here on Inc.com we recentlly offered another bit of advice for long-term sucess that suggests only working to 80 percent of your capacity on a daily basis…
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When you run a small, local business, it’s important to know how well each of your marketing methods is performing. Here’s how you can get that information without blowing your budget.
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Personal finance expert and author Linsey Knerl tells AllBusiness.com about the best ways for home-based businesses to save money while building a fully functional home office.
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When people think about business records often they are referring to the paper files that have been a feature of office management for a long time. Most records are created electronically now and keeping a paper copy simply duplicates what already exists. So where does that leave New Zealand businesses in relation to their record…
Read the full article here: You don’t need to keep paper records any more
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If you have any desire to write a book, start the next big blog, be a speaker, be on stage, etc….the answer is most likely yes.
What is the 20 percent? Let me go to a slightly different industry for an example—show business.
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