Easy Ways to Reduce Expenses in Your Business

Often, one of the most difficult things to manage for business owners is money. This may especially be true if you don’t have much experience dealing with significant amounts of money. However, if you want your business to thrive, getting good at managing it is necessary. One of the best …

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I Am Thankful for You, Readers!

For those of us in the U.S., today is Thanksgiving. Whether you’re in charge of the food this year or taking the day off, I hope you have an amazing day. This note is to say thank you, readers. I’m grateful for your continued support of me, my blog and …

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Managing Expectations is the Key to Success

It’s one of those things that your grandmother used to say, ‘never set your sights too high, or you’ll feel disappointed if you don’t make it.’ And you know what, grandma was right. Expecting too much from your business too soon is a recipe for disaster, and regardless of what …

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Expanding Your SME – How Should It Be Done?

Have you ever considered starting up a business of your own? Well you’re not alone; research states that as many as four out of every five 16-21-year-olds in the UK are have an interest in being their own boss. What’s more, there are predictions that 2018 is going to be …

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3 Ways to Delight Customers After the Sale

As a small business owner, what do you think about when I say, “Excellent customer service?” I’m sure many of you would offer advice on being friendly to prospective clients, knowing your product or service well enough to answer presales questions and making sure they feel special. However, not much …

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Digital Marketing For Your Real Estate Business

Running a real estate business means understanding local regulations, speaking to clients, and making sure transactions go through as effectively as possible. All of this has to be done while bringing in new leads, which can be a problem without a robust marketing plan. In such situations, it’s time to …

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