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  Category: Articles » Articles by Author » Author: Matt McGovern
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1.Your Home Office--Big Fish, Small Pond
Does the Internet have you feeling like a small fish in a big pond? Do you have a great product or service that's being lost within the information overload of the World Wide Web? If so, don't forget your often most-fertile marketing territory--your own backyard! ...
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2.Create a Marketing Routine
Without structure or routine built around your marketing efforts, you're likely to lose focus and get distracted--something that's far too easy for small business owners and the self-employed to do--and your marketing will fizzle. One simple way to ...
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3.Four Marketing Musts
One of your most important jobs as a solo professional or small business owner is to generate interest in and demand for your products or services. But if you're like many entrepreneurs, you discover finding ...
[Added: 17 Nov 2004   Hits: 272   Words: 589]

4.Detangling the Web--Beware Spyware
Did you know that most major Web sites--some of them popular and respected Web sites--download unwanted spyware on your computer when you visit? At its most benign level, spyware is used by Web sites to track your browsing and purchasing ...
[Added: 17 Nov 2004   Hits: 278   Words: 530]

5.My Path to Self-publishing
Last year, I completed my first novel--a 180-page fictional account of one man's personal journey of discovery in which he contemplates the meaning of life and death. Writing this book was both a therapeutic exercise for me--allowing me to explore my own questions and thoughts on the ...
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6.Your Home Office--Lengthen That Commute!
Are you self-employed and working at home? I am. And if you're like me, you wouldn't work anywhere else. The advantages to working at home are great--there's no commuting, you get to spend more time with family, you can tend to household chores when they arise, ...
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7.Your Home Office--Get a Room Already!
So you're finally following your dreams. You're self-employed. You set your own hours. You pick your paychecks up at the mail box. No more long commutes for you. You even get to "wheel-and-deal" in the quiet and solitude of your own home office. You . . . What's ...
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8.Seven Low-cost, No-cost Marketing Ideas
For marketing to be effective--especially for small businesses and professionals--it's something you need to be able to afford, time-wise and resource-wise. You might develop the most effective plan, but if you can't implement it because it's too costly, or because you don't have the time to commit ...
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9.Customer Service Tips for Small Businesses
We hear it all the time about big companies, and most likely we have professed a few of the same sentiments ourselves: "They've gotten too big to care about individual customers," "Personalized service is a ...
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