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While traditional advertising has its time and place, you need to get creative and integrate digital marketing strategies into the mix. Below are 7 ways to increase the visibility of your business as well as placing you as an expert in your industry.
Now, in an age of instant communication, cloud-based applications and workplace versatility, the era of the traditional office culture has likely slowed down – maybe even coming to an end. Providers of virtual offices, executive suites and, co-working spaces have effectively added new choices leaving behind the old-school office culture and even to some degree working strictly from home. The new choices can be helpful for freelancers, entrepreneurs (often now called “Solopreneurs”) and employees of startup operations.
Here are 4 non-negotiable tips that will help you along your road to success as an entrepreneur. Your vision and your courage to face challenges are not listed in these 4 tips.Rather – they are a given to the success of any venture.
Many people think the phrase “long term care” refers to services that will somehow be provided. Your long term care plan should include everything from your future medical care and finances, to where you will live, and how you will coordinate the legal, family, and social challenges along the way. LGBT Baby Boomers should be thinking about these issues, for they could soon apply.
The New England Journal of Medicine states that of the medical claims filed each year, 84% have a billing error! It could be an incorrect billing or an overcharge…84%. “One almost needs a “bull-dog” advocate to review, audit, and assure an accurate bill,” says Kathy Ferguson of Medical Debt Resolutions.
Do you clean your wallet out before you travel? This is one simple thing you can do to protect yourself from identity theft on the road. Visit the SmartSpider.net blog for Nanci M. Verna’s (Connect Thru Travel) helpful and simple steps to take to protect your identity while traveling.
Building business credit is a key component to the creation of any business. So when first starting out, entrepreneurs often ask their friends and family to invest in their businesses, and they also will draw heavily on their personal funds. That kind of investment might be the easiest to get, but it’s also usually a limited pool (unless your uncle is Bill Gates or Warren Buffet). Eventually, you’ll need to get banks and other credit companies involved.
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