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Get Financially Organized – A 20 Something’s Guide to the Real World

  My younger brother just graduated from college this year and is getting settled into a new job, life on his own, and financial independence. Along with his first paycheck, he’s also been bombarded with a lot of new financial choices and a lot of acronyms (IRA, 401k, etc). Everyone knows they should be saving …

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Increase Margins by Carrying Inventory in Your Dropship Business

  In my consulting practice, I often work with entrepreneurs who own dropship e-commerce stores and are struggling to expand. Dropshipping as a business model is getting harder and harder – margins are compressing, niches are getting crowded, and everyone is in a brutal price war with Amazon. As a result, many dropshippers are finding it increasingly …

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5 Ways to Use LinkedIn as a Powerful Marketing Tool for Your Business

  By Aaron Agius When you’re marketing a business, one of the most important decisions you’ll make is determining the best channels for communicating your message. Given that 80% of B2B social media leads come from LinkedIn, you absolutely must be using this platform if you’re selling to other businesses. Most people use LinkedIn to network, …

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Partners in Life and in Business: How Married Business Owners Make It Work

  By Malini Bhatia You do everything with your partner: You work, play, and support your family together. Since your partner is such an integral part of your life, it seems only natural that you’d also want to share your business time. But will the extra burden of running or starting a business together bond …

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Traditional Business Plan vs. Lean Startup Plan: Which Is Best When Starting Your New Business?

  Did you know that business plans come in not one, but two categories? More often than not, when we think of a business plan we think of a traditional format. This means a hefty document, about 30 to 40 pages in length, written three to five years out that outlines every detail that can …

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Business Insurance: The Safety Net Your Small Business Needs

  Do you have insurance for your small business? If not, you’re not alone. A recent survey by Manta and Insureon found that fewer than three in 10 small business owners have a business owner’s policy, the basic business insurance that covers general liability insurance and commercial property insurance to protect you from loss. Even fewer …

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You Can Create an Unforgettable Customer Experience Without Breaking the Bank

  In today’s marketplace, it’s all about creating the most positive experience for your customers. You need to engage with them in a way that is unforgettable and helps them remember your business the next time they are in need of the products and services your company offers. That’s why we asked 12 successful entrepreneurs …

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