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Plan Your Marketing Budget Wisely

By on Aug 5, 2013 in Business | 7 comments

Creating an accurate, thorough advertising budget for your business is important for its success. After all, without one, you’ll be at risk of overspending on certain aspects which places extra financial strain on other key corporate areas. Here are three ways in which you can set down a solid marketing budget for your business, giving you a better chance to connect...

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How to Accept Credit Cards on your Website and Smartphone

By on Jul 24, 2013 in Business | 4 comments

When working as a freelancer, or running a business out of your home, being able to accept credit cards can make receiving a payment from your customers much simpler. You won’t have to worry about waiting on a check to come in the mail or accepting a payment in person. If you have a website or smartphone, you can accept payments on either device. Here are a few...

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Investing in International Markets – What You Should Know

By on Jul 23, 2013 in Business, Investing | 22 comments

In today’s day in age, we live in a much more global economy than ever before. With the rapid growth of the internet, information is accessible even in the most remote parts of the world. I was in Costa Rica once, in the middle of the jungle and I came across a couple who had internet and I was able to check my email. I was blown away, mainly because that was...

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Fundamental Questions to Ask When Going into Business

By on Apr 25, 2013 in Business | 16 comments

Think of philosophy, and no doubt life’s big questions will spring to mind. Why are we here? What’s our purpose in life? Philosophers have tried to answer all this for us, as it is good to understand the answers to these questions. When it comes to starting up your own business, there are also some fundamental questions you should ask yourself, because it’s no easy...

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Officially an Entrepreneur – Who is your Roger Bannister?

By on Mar 7, 2013 in Business | 18 comments

All of my life I have wanted to be an entrepreneur. When I was a kid I remember going to a thrift shop where I would buy books for a nickle and then sell them to a book store in the same plaza for fifty cents. I have always been fascinated with buying products at a discount and then being able to resell them for a profit. In 2009, I opened an Ebay store and sold...

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Coming Up With the Funds: How Litigation Funding Companies Work

By on Jan 30, 2013 in Business, Legal | 3 comments

The rise and rise of litigation funding is well-documented, with many countries seeing an increase in third party funders in the marketplace. However, to some, the option of litigation funding is still a new concept. What is litigation funding? Litigation funding is the act of approaching an investor (in this case, a third party funding company) to apply for funding...

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