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by Brandi C. JohnsonMinimum Viable Marketing teaches business owners, entrepreneurs, and marketers the essential five-piece framework that any business can use to encourage growth without overwhelm. Readers will be able to identify which strategies are working to grow their business (and which aren’t), so they can make the most of their marketing resources.
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The 5 Stages To Entrepreneurial Success: What Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Dominating Your Marketby John NorthIt's a common question but what makes a successful entrepreneur?; Of course, this question starts a whole conversation about the definition of success. It's my belief that success isn't just about making money. Most people start a business for the freedom they expect it to give to them. The cold hard reality is that most entrepreneurs end up working longer hours and for a lot less than a typical wage. Why would any sane person work for less money, work much longer hours and have ... moreby Rebecca Le VineI wrote this book to help readers understand their issues with work, why they have them, and what can be done to resolve them. It’s a general introduction to my system and can help you strengthen your relationship with work. I hope you’ll read it and use it to create a more fulfilling career. Inside you'll find practical examples, exercises and questions that can be put to use immediately.by Flora DelaneyThis book helps every retailer and small business owner focus on what really matters. Learn the 7 principles and how to focus on them to WIN every day. "WIN Today" sections give store owners, managers and employees specific things they can do to re-focus on what really matters. WIN Today actions are like having a retail coach work with you every day to improve your retail business. If you are struggling … If you feel as if you and your team are working hard but you are not getting the re... moreby H. J. ChammasWhen the financial crisis erupted in 2008, thousands of people lost jobs they thought they?d always have to sustain their standard of living. For H. J. Chammas, it was a wakeup call to escape struggling to make ends meet. It was time to take charge of his life and stop acting like a lab rat following a set program. In this detailed guidebook to buying, owning, and managing rental properties, he gives readers a plan that you won?t find in other books. Instead of promoting foolish risks, he helps ... moreby Bethany Mooradian
Mystery shopping is an aspect of market research where you are hired to pretend to be a "real customer" to evaluate products and services you receive. Companies use this information to gauge competition, train new hires, and reward employees. The result is that you get to make extra income just by shopping and giving your opinion!
Mystery shopping can be done anytime and anywhere. Every business gets shopped. Apartment buildings, restaurants, banks, retail stores, movie theatr... more
The Work at Home Training Program: The Ultimate Guide to Working at Home, Making Extra Money, and Avoiding Scamsby Bethany MooradianThere is nothing worse than sitting down with your checkbook at the end of the month and realizing that you don't have enough to meet your basic needs. It's happening a lot right now: unemployment is running rampant, people are getting laid off in massive numbers, savings and investments are drying up quickly, and many people are relying on their credit cards or loans from family to cover basic necessities. Having an extra job, or other random sources of income, could mean the difference between... moreby Michelle CornishAre you leaving tax deductions on the table? Has your search for an accountant left you unimpressed? Do you wish you could know for sure which accountant should be your top choice? Experienced CPA Michelle Cornish knows that the right accountant can increase your profits, save you money, and avoid any nasty surprises with the tax authorities. This book will teach you how to find an accountant who wants nothing more than your success. Keep More Money is a life-changing book that’s per... moreby Tony HarrisFADS Marketing is an inside look at how companies count on your obsession with food, alcohol, drugs and sex to drive behavior modification—permanently. By the time you finish this book, you’ll have new insights about: Food: What marketers know about food-related trigger points; the five senses and stuffing our faces; specialty foods for special consumers. Alcohol: Why booze and the law is a match made in hell; mainstream alcohol marketing featuring weirdos; everyone’s doing it (selling alcohol... moreby ahlam majid
Even though cloud based HR payroll software provides a greater merits, you should make it sure that the technology fits your current requirements and could bring in benefits for your organization before you decide to deploy it. And also should consider whether your business procedures could migrate with the cloud based applications. By centralizing the data with cloud based applications the workflow and operations coul... moreby Christian RodwellHave you reached that point in your job where you’re thinking ‘enough is enough’? Will you look back at your life when you’re old and feel regret for the opportunities you let pass you by….the things you didn’t do? In this book, Christian Rodwell, the Founder of Escape The Rat Race, shows that there is a proven process anyone who is currently employed but looking to start their own business can follow: ‘The choices for someone wishing to exit a corporate 9-5 job and start a new business ar... moreby Nuno ArroteiaThis book is a quick and useful guide to analyse the profitability of any business venture. It establishes a methodology centered on the break-even analysis to examine a business activity. Moreover, it also covers introductory aspects which are related to the break-even analysis such as pricing, budgeting and investment appraisal.by Joshua H. Davidson
The year is 2009. It’s at the height of the recession; back when the app store was still brand new and I was an awkward-but-ambitious 16-year old accidental entrepreneur. News spread fast about the teenager from New Jersey who built his own website business by going door-to-door, and my company Chop Dawg and I became an overnight media sensation. But just three years later, we were on the brink of a breakup. Faced with the threat of going out of business, I had to reverse-engineer my co... more