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SWOT Your Business Idea
SWOT is a method used for analyzing a business idea. To SWOT your business idea, on paper, draw a box and divide it into four sections. label the sections Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. Then in each section write down the related factors that apply to your business idea. More ...

Small Business Success Tips - Promotion
Promotion is not the same as marketing. Promotion of a small business encompasses all methods of getting the word about your small business out into the community. Marketing, public relations, networking, advertising, press releases, and many more actions all are forms of promotion. More ...

Creating Wealth From Nothing
I would like to suggest some simple steps that you can implement starting today, to start you on that road to independence and a life of financial freedom. More ...

Ten Easy Businesses to Start Part-Time or Full-Time
If you've been thinking about starting a business but aren't yet sure what you want to do, here are some ideas to get you started. These business ideas could work for those interested in starting a home business or part-time endeavor, or grown into full-time businesses. More ...

12 Steps To Home Business Success
So, you have decided to venture into a home business where you work for yourself and greatly reap the fruits of your labor. However, there are some bad news and good news that you should be aware of. More ...

How to Make Money Fast Without a Job
Everyone wants more money, but finding a job can be hard and time consuming. Try one of these easy ways to make money fast without a job. More ...

Important Information When Considering an Invention Promotion Firm
Think you have a great idea for a new product or service? You're not alone. Every year, tens of thousands of people try to develop their ideas and commercially market them. Many use the services of an invention promotion firm. More ...

Business Start-up Analysis
Many entrepreneurs plunge into a business venture so blinded by the dream that they fail to thoroughly research the market, the business requirements, and legal matters related to the business idea. Before you invest time, effort, and money, use this checklist to determine the feasibility of your idea, to identify any problems, and to plan your business start-up properly. More ...

How to Save Money with an Online Merchant Account
Merchant account fees can add up. There are three methods you can use for lowering your merchant account fees. They include: using free accounts, purchasing your own terminal and finding companies that offer fixed-rate fees. More ...

Small Business Success Tips - Marketing
For a small business, marketing is crucial. It is also very expensive if done badly. A small business owner just starting out should take two primary marketing steps simultaneously, whether or not he can hire marketing help. More ...

Creating a Product That Will Sell
Most people create a product and then they try to find a market for it, rather than identifying a market opportunity and creating a product to fill it. That is especially true of inventor-entrepreneurs, who tend to create products they personally want giving little thought to who will buy them. More ...

Small Business Success Tips - Finances
A small business owner must have a handle on his finances if his business is going to survive. You don't need a degree in accounting to apply common sense or to take good advice. You do need a little self-discipline. More ...

How to Choose Your Business's Legal Structure
One of the most important decisions you must make when starting a business is the business's legal structure. Each legal structure has advantages and disadvantages. Your choice depends upon how much of the company you want to keep control of, and how much risk you can tolerate. More ...

Your Perfect Home Business May Be Right In Front of You!
Every week I receive email from would-be entrepreneurs, asking, "What kind of home business should I start?" This is a question that each person must answer for himself. There's no reason why you have to limityourself to someone else's prepackaged opportunity. More ...