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Telecommuting
written on May 19, 2008 by Steve Krisfalusy
Business Technology

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Get your Strategic Plan to Jump off the Shelf
written on May 16, 2008 by Eric Kurjan
Strategic Planning and Execution

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Click to Call Integrate Your Website and Phone System
written on May 15, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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Direct Mail Campaigns
written on May 14, 2008 by Rich Dusky
Marketing Plans

So, you're deciding on whether or not to employ a direct-mail campaign as part of your marketing plan? There are several things you will need to consider to make the direct mail campaign as effective as it can be.

 

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Make Upgrading Easier
written on May 12, 2008 by Steve Krisfalusy
Business Technology

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Its Out There Somewhere
written on May 09, 2008 by Diane Helbig
Relationship Selling Strategies

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How to Set Yourself Up For Failure
written on May 09, 2008 by Joel Libava
Investing in a Franchise

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Social Networking Sites by David Hunt
written on May 08, 2008 by Phil Stella
Networking Strategies

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Retirement Plan Options for Small Businesses
written on May 08, 2008 by William Riccio
Tracking Business Finances

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the U.S. Department of Labor have teamed together to produce an online video that helps small business owners understand the differences in the variety of retirement plans available. The video is titled "Choosing a Retirement Solution for Your Small Business" and can be downloaded for free at http://www.dol.gov/ebsa/compliance_assistance.html#23section7 .

 

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Tried and True or Latest and Greatest
written on May 07, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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What Kind of Estate Plan Makes the Most Sense for You
written on May 05, 2008 by Tom Gilbride
Business Financial Planning

An estate plan consists of a series of legal documents and legal and financial arrangements that are assembled in a particular way. This arrangement is designed to accomplish your objectives with regard to the use and distribution of your assets, including your business, for yourself, in the event of your incapacity, and for your heirs in the event of your death. It also includes provisions for transfer costs, taxes, debts and creditors as well.

 

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Beyond Value How to Become Invaluable to Your Clients
written on May 05, 2008 by Diane Helbig
Relationship Selling Strategies

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Franchise Basics 5 Basic Types Of Franchises
written on May 02, 2008 by Joel Libava
Investing in a Franchise

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Management Magic Chronic Complainers
written on May 01, 2008 by Lee Nielsen
Employee Development

Your employee frequently and openly complains and criticizes most management actions. Criticisms are generally expressed as an opinion that “It won’t work! A waste of time! ” When this is a long term employee, what to do, if anything?

 

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Virtual AssistantsHelp is in the Air
written on April 29, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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Practice Makes Perfect Networking By Ivan Misner 41608
written on April 28, 2008 by Phil Stella
Networking Strategies

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Passion as a Sales Tool
written on April 25, 2008 by Diane Helbig
Relationship Selling Strategies

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IRS Stakeholder Liaison Assistance for Schedule C Filers
written on April 22, 2008 by William Riccio
Tracking Business Finances

On May 21, 2008 the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Stakeholder Liaison section is offering a free National Phone Forum for schedule C filers titled "Calling All First Time Schedule C Filers." The seminar is designed for individuals, small business owners, industry associations and tax professionals.

 

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Technology and Communicating with The Generation Y
written on April 22, 2008 by Steve Krisfalusy
Business Technology

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Translating Technology into English
written on April 21, 2008 by Steve Krisfalusy
Business Technology

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Wake up the Sleep Walkers Management Magic 4
written on April 21, 2008 by Lee Nielsen
Employee Development

In 2006 the Gallup Company surveyed one thousand employees across the nation regarding their level of engagement in their work/company. The results were shocking. The Gallup Company found that only 27% of all workers are actively engaged in their work 59% are sleepwalking through their day and 14% are actually undermining the company's efforts. Wow! Can this be true in your company?

 

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7 Tips for Building Relationships and Guaranteeing Repeat Business
written on April 18, 2008 by Diane Helbig
Relationship Selling Strategies

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A Criminal Records Primer for the Employer
written on April 17, 2008 by Ted L Moss
Recruitment and Safe Hiring Practices

There are many free public records resources available to an employer who conducts pre-employment criminal records searches in-house. A complete listing of free available online public records, by state, is available at http://www.crimcheck.com/freerecords.htm . Below is a description of the various types of criminal records, and further discussion into what types of records cannot be considered for use in pre-employment screening, as well as what to look for when choosing a criminal record resource.

 

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Finding a Reputable Preemployment Screening Provider
written on April 17, 2008 by Ted L Moss
Recruitment and Safe Hiring Practices

The truth is, regardless of what any resume might tell you, you never know who is coming through your door, and it only takes one employee to affect your entire operation. The best way to protect your company from the fallout of a bad hire is through a solid
background check.

 

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A Clear Strategy for the Future
written on April 14, 2008 by Rich Dusky
Marketing Plans

Many companies spend a good deal of their time "fighting fires" in the workplace. - That is, their time is spent realizing and reacting to situations, rather than planning ahead.

 

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