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Choosing Your Company Name
When forming a limited company the name of the company can be an important decision. Some people may choose the first name that they think of and others may ... More
How Your Small Business Can Manage Debtors to Improve Your Cash Flow
Manage Debtors and Creditors To Improve Liquidity by: Terry Cartwright Sales turnover and net profits may follow a rollercoaster pattern familiar to most business but when the cash flow dries up the game is over. Urgent attention to the management of working capital can provide every business with... More
E-COMMERCE MARKETING NEEDS A PLAN. HERE’S YOURS!
I know how to get a blank stare from just about any e-commerce web site owner. All I have to do is ask them about their web site marketing plan!When I ask them about their web site marketing plan, I get that look. First the eyebrows go up. Then the eyes glaze over for a minute. And then the stammering begins. “Uh, well, you ... More
Top Tips For Closing Sales
Trying to close a sale can often... More
YOUR WEBSITE: THE IMPORTANCE OF BACK LINKS
Anyone who is into Internet Marketing knows that getting other websites to link to yours, commonly known as back-linking, is a crucial aspect of your website development. It is also good for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) a process of improving the volume and quality of natural or organic traffic to your website from search engines. ... More
Prevent Identity Theft
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act, known commonly as FACTA, was put into law in the United States to help to protect consumers from identity theft and to help... More
NEGOTIATING YOUR COMMERCIAL LEASE FOR YOUR BUSINESS
A commercial lease agreement is a legally binding contract between an owner of a property and a tenant who wishes to have temporary possession of the property for a certain period in exchange for money paid. There are two parties involved in a commercial lease agreement: • The lessor or the property owner ... More