When you are starting out in a new home business and no one knows who you are, one of the greatest challenges you will face is how to drum up new business.
Although there’s no sure-fire method for creating a successful career as a freelancer, I can offer you a few strategies that have helped me to build my own little business as a single mom and struggling writer working from home.
Every January, trade publications put out a list of predictions for the coming year.
Although there are advantages to selling your own
proprietary products and services, there are also
drawbacks. For example, the time and investment
required to produce your own book, invention, or other
product could mean a long delay in receiving profits
and cashflow essential to your business survival.
TCO (Total Cost Ownership) is the buzzword in today’s business world. This metric helps enterprise managers assess direct and indirect costs and benefits derived from their investment on IT components and services. A vital component of overall TCO is database management. All information-centric applications need databases for data storage. Also, the storage demands of small and mid-sized companies are growing rapidly, as more emphasis is given on data backup and long-term archival of data disaster recovery.
Creating a mission statement can help you focus your business effort and do a lot of good in bringing your workforce together behind a common theme. The key to success is not just creating a mission statement, it’s living the mission statement.
Have you put a lot of effort, time, and money into your site and are frustrated with lackluster sales? Are you planning to put a new Web site and don’t know where to start?
Many businesses of today are