Reversing Risk In Small Business
There are essentially four major pillars to marketing any business. Especially in small business, it is ultimately important to follow these guidelines so that you can keep up with competition. This is the first of four pillars and it is the act of reversing or minimizing any risks that a potential customer may face.Online Home Business Ideas for 2012
It’s a New Year folks, and it’s time for you to get off your duff and start looking at some of the online home-business ideas for 2012. I know that the economy is still soft, and maybe you had to take a pay cut or (heaven forbid) you lost your job.The More You Give Away, the More They Want What You Have to Sell!
There have been a number of recent discussions about the meaning of “value” and how it relates to consumer behaviour. This article uses two behavioural experiments to discuss the correlation between intrinsic (real) value and perceived value, and their impact on consumer behaviour. It also explores the author’s contention that while intrinsic and perceived value are not necessarily the same (although they might be) there is a point at which they coincide and managing that point can mean the difference between securing a lifetime customer and driving them away!Consulting Services Out of Your Home
This paper will discuss some of the steps you can take to start a consulting service practice out of your personal home. This paper will mainly cover possible tax deductions and ways to remain profitable.10 Reasons Your SBA Loan May Be Declined
The Small Business Administration (SBA) has come up with a third party lending program for qualified buyers. There are rules and qualifications for this lending program that are explained in this article. Also, you will find the top 10 reasons why your request for an SBA loan might be declined.