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Making E-Mail Marketing Work
If marketing ROI is measured by the number of qualified leads generated per dollar spent, then making sure your email marketing campaign reaches its intended audience is of paramount impor... More
Negotiating for More Sales
Negotiation and psychology intersect in negotiations. That's what this article is about... ways in which you can win more negotiations by being psychologically att... More
EMPLOYEE CONTRACTS AND AT-WILL EMPLOYEES. PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS!
Employer-employee relations are guided by the terms and conditions of the employment contract. An employment contract is a legal agreement that is agreed upon by both the employer and the employee.   An employment contract usually contains the following: • Name of the employer &... More
GETTING A LOAN FOR YOUR BUSINESS, THE INS AND OUTS
Starting up and running a small business is not something that can be decided on a limb. It takes time to properly draft an effective and practical plan that covers many of the fundamentals such as start-up costs, proposals, and financial exit strategies. However once that is accomplished, the benefits completely outweigh the disadvantages of... More
Fashion Brands Dropping Fur
Animal fur is one of the high-priced raw material used in the production of high-end fashion produ... More
Making People Like Your Brand
Your brand's likeability is an extremely important aspect of your business' overall success. When it comes to how you... More
MANAGING SMALL PROJECTS, NOT AS EASY AS YOU'D THINK!
Some people think that managing small projects is easier than managing big projects. They are right, unless the economies of the scale require you to managing a number of these small projects at the same time. In that case, handling a small project is lot harder than handling a big project. Small projects even though mostly overlooke... More