Home-based business owners have many advantages. Often the schedule is more flexible, you don't have to face a daily commute, and you can be available for your family during the work day when necessary. But it's still work, and your

Smart business owners are always thinking ahead. It's not enough to be satisfied with where you currently are, and the business that you currently have. If you want your business to continue at the same or better levels of productivity,

By Kelsey Owen

Getting ready to go back to school? Join the crowd! In 2012, $83.8 billion dollars were spent on back-to-school shopping in the U.S., according to the National Retail Federation. That breaks down to the average person spending around

By Jason Mcglone
The market for used and refurbished electronics is understandably huge; it’s often a really good way to get a gadget for less than full price.  What’s more, you can still stay up-to-date with the latest and greatest in

During the summer, some business owners experience a drop in sales. People go on vacation, social networking numbers drop, and the usual ways of business don't seem to bring the same results. But it doesn't have to be this way!

By Kelsey Owen
Looking to save a little money? You may want to try “tricking your brain.” According to a new report from Chase Blueprint, a specific section of the human brain lights up when we face a choice, such as, say,

Building a base of loyal customers is essential for any business. These are the people that not only purchase from you regularly, but they also tell their friends about you, spreading the word in both their social circles and online.

A big fear that many who enter the sales field have is that they may be perceived as "pushy" when seeking sales. It's important, of course, to ask for the sale, but at the same time you don't want customers

By Nicole Bradley

According to The Wall Street Journal, online purchases will soon be subject to taxes. The Senate has passed a bill putting an end to tax-free online shopping; however, the final vote is set to occur on May 6. This

Sometimes when a task seems challenging or just a lot of work, it can be tempting to put it off and procrastinate. Even though you know that the task is something you should do, you find reasons and excuses to

When you have a product or service to sell, it's likely that there are competitors that sell a similar type of product. You clearly understand why your product or service is better, but chances are your prospects do not. In

By Katie Burgoyne

Many people associate “Identity Theft” with a major security breach on their credit or debit card which results in the loss of thousands of dollars. Dramatics aside, identity theft is a very serious crime that happens more often

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