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Free Lead Generation is a hot topic these days since many pay a pretty penny per portal to generate leads to increase ROI.

Free Lead Generation is part of any markets platform.  It is important to note that this November was 'nutty' for lack of a better word.  The purpose of this blog post...

Small Business Media and tapping into that vein can be a tricky and somewhat slippery slope unless you know some tricks of the trade.  Getting your message in front of the right audience is often the key to success.  So, where are the keys to the kingdom you ask and how can you get your hands on...

Entrepreneurs' Day 2016 on the 15th was outshined by politics, climate change discussions and so much more.  That is a real shame since small business is the backbone of this Country.

Entrepreneurs' Day - In my world it is Entrepreneurs' Day every day! I think, sleep and breath Entreprenuership...

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The Ideal Length of Everything Online, Including Social Media Posts
When one of your busiest marketing channels limits you to 140 characters, you know that the internet sets its own rules.
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Are You a Stressed Out Home-Based Business Owner? You’re NOT Alone!

The start of summer can be a really stressful time of year for a particular group of people―home-based business owners.  Why?  At the risk of stating the obvious―the kids are around, the weather’s nice, everyone’s off their usual routine…  Shall I continue?  All the distractions you’re not used to having...

Today's Hottest Business Opportunities and Franchise Trends

As America and the world make strides to recover from the worst economic downturn in history since the earlier part of the last century, many things are uncertain.  However, one thing remains clear.  There are some important trends that are having and will have a tremendous impact now and in the future...

Mobile Barcode Use Gaining Traction Yet Still in Its Infancy

13 Jun 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Featured Articles
Linear barcodes, which are one-dimensional and the kind we see most frequently on the products we purchase today, became commonplace in the 1980’s, despite the fact that the technology had been patented some thirty years before.  A new...

Entrepreneurship: Another Option for Beating the “Mancession”

10 Jun 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Featured Articles
A recent poll of 250 unemployed, middle-aged men commissioned by Newsweek and featured in the April 25 issue’s article entitled “Dead Suit Walking,” found that 84% of them had been unemployed for six months...

Six Key Things to Think About Before You Go Into Business with Your Spouse

8 Jun 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Start-Up
Mixing business with pleasure, they say, is never a good idea.  But millions of home-based and other small business owners who run successful businesses with their spouses would disagree.  Despite these success stories, the truth of the matter is that it just doesn't make sense for everybody. So before...

The Secret to Success Might Just Lie in Failure

6 Jun 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Featured Articles
Buying a business opportunity, distributorship or small franchise and going into business for yourself is a risky endeavor.  If you’re an entrepreneur at heart, then you’re certainly no stranger to the concept of risk, that's for sure.  But inherent in anything risky is the possibility, in fact the likelihood,...

Saying “No” Can Actually Be Good for You and Your Business

Companies are in business to serve their customers, of that there can be no doubt.  But serving your customers doesn’t always mean acquiescing to their demands or even doing business with them at all for that matter.  The fact is if you’re a home-based or other small business owner―and especially...

What You Should Know About Disclosure Statements

Buying a business opportunity, franchise, licensee opportunity or distributorship is a big decision, one you shouldn’t take lightly.  Thankfully there are some serious regulations in place at the federal level as well as within many states that are designed to protect you from making a bad decision or...

Making the Most of Your Company's About Us Page

30 May 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Marketing & Sales
As a home-based or other small business owner, and especially if you are someone who is selling a business opportunity, distributorship, licensee opportunity or even a small franchise, sometimes the only thing that stands between you and near obscurity in this day and age is your website.  Websites are...

New News on Credit Ratings

27 May 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Start-Up
If you're in the market for a business opportunity or other small business or franchise, your credit standing may very well be a critical part of your ability to get started and stay afloat, especially during the first year.  That’s why it’s so important for you to understand what your personal credit...

Is Your Home Office Making You Sick?

More of us work from home than ever before.  And although most of us spend a considerable amount of time and money keeping our homes looking nice and comfortable, that doesn’t always translate to our home offices.  In fact, it’s a good bet that relatively few of us give much thought to our home office...

Solving the Entrepreneur Equation

23 May 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Start-Up
If you’re an entrepreneur who is marketing a home-based or other small business opportunity or franchise to others, making the investment of time and resources into any prospect is somewhat of a risk.  And let’s face it, your hard work doesn’t always pay off when someone you thought would be a good fit...

eTaxes Much Opposed, But May Be Inevitable

18 May 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Featured Articles
Chances are that if you're a home-based or other small business or franchise owner, especially one who conducts most of your business online, you're all too familiar with "eTaxes" and the impact they currently have and will have on your livelihood in the coming year or so.  For those reading this who...

Microsoft-Skype Deal Boosts New Era of B2B Communication

17 May 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Featured Articles
If you are a home-based or other small business or franchise owner who is already using some type of free, internet-based form of telephony (aka VoIP or voice over IP) to get the job done, consider yourself not only smart, but light years ahead when it comes to business-to-business communications.  For...

National Small Business Week Salutes Small Businesses

16 May 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Featured Articles
National Small Business Week 2011 kicks off today with a week-long vigorous line-up of festivities in Washington, DC that includes guest speaker seminars, national award ceremonies and networking events for entrepreneurs, government officials and members of the press.  Hosted by the U.S. Small Business...

Build Your Wings on the Way Down

13 May 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Entrepreneur Exchange
Maria Caceres is a recruiter with State Farm Insurance and Financial Services Company.  She’s been with the company for ten years, spending seven years as a claims adjuster and the past three as an agent recruiter. Before taking the time to answer BusinessOpportunity.com’s Entrepreneur Exchange’s...

Ten Tips to Keep Your Family Business Running Smoothly

Many home-based and other small- or even medium-sized businesses are family-owned and operated.  And while there are certainly a whole host of perks to working closely with the ones you love the most, the dynamics in the family-owned operation can pose their own unique set of challenges.  Here are...

Guts…Make Sure You’ve Got ‘Em

10 May 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Entrepreneur Exchange
Douglas E. Nevill is the CEO of pajezy.com, inc., a website development and content management system created specifically for small business owners and available only through pajezy.com authorized licensees. An entrepreneur since 1977, Doug was sixteen years old when he began working as a freelance...

Beware Business Owner Burnout!

Home-based and other small business or franchise owners are some of the busiest people on the planet bar none.  While the flexibility to set your own hours and work at your own pace can be a real plus, that degree of freedom comes with a price tag―the buck stops with you on every level.  And when everything...

Recent Studies Hold Lessons for Small Business Social Media Marketing

6 May 11 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Marketing & Sales
If you’re a home-based or other small- or medium-sized business owner, you’ve likely begun to integrate or are at least thinking about integrating the use of social media channels, such as Facebook, Twitter...
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