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The 20 most fun self-employed jobs
Small Business Trends
What are the best jobs in the world? We're not just talking here about the best paying or the most rewarding. We're talking about the most fun as well. Fortunately, in a world where almost any information imaginable can be easily crowdsourced, there's at least a popular consensus.
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7 ways to boost your small business on Facebook
Business 2 Community
Facebook is a notoriously consumer-oriented social media platform. In my experience, customers want to know that they can interact with a real company and real people, not automated message systems. Facebook isn't only great for small business branding and customer engagement; it's also great for customer support. Instead of floundering during peak busy times, get organized and efficient with the right online custom support software and social media strategy.
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5 trends that are shaping mobile commerce
BusinessNewsDaily via Fox Business
With the steady increase in mobile tech developments in recent years, many small businesses have made mobile commerce, or m-commerce, a priority. Whether it's using a tablet in a brick-and-mortar store or enabling sales through a mobile website, businesses across a wide range of industries are seeking solutions to help them adapt to a mobile-obsessed world.
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Work-life balance: Between a clock and a hard pace
Irish Independent
Time and again, study after study has proven that shorter working weeks are more productive working weeks. It is a lesson that each new generation has had to relearn but now, as technology has changed and we are all "on" so much more of the time, it seems this fundamental lesson is becoming unlearnable and unliveable. How can we maintain a good, healthy work-life balance in a world that never switches off?
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How to change careers or become self-employed
Business 2 Community
You wake up after only five hours of sleep and sit in traffic to drive for an hour to get somewhere only 10 miles away where you have to spend 8+ hours of your day being abused by narcissistic management and dealing with whiny customers. You're so exhausted by the time you get home that you barely have the energy to do anything before you have to go to bed and do it all over again.
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The 4 C's of effectively marketing to moms
By Emma Fitzpatrick
Mothers give back so much to their communities and families every day. Businesses of all kinds should also take a timeout to re-evaluate how they're giving back to moms. After all, women make 85 percent of purchasing decisions in households, and there's a good chance some of those women are mothers. Mothers are an influential demographic for businesses.
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Retirement planning for the self-employed
Investopedia
The joys of self-employment are many. You set the focus of your business, the dress code is up to you, the only upper-management breathing down your neck is your own conscience and, most of all, you're independent and responsible for the course of your financial well-being.
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Sources of start-up funding
Small Business Trends
The latest Gallup-Wells Fargo Small Business Index, a representative telephone survey of 600 small business owners conducted at the end of March 2014, provides some interesting statistics on where current small company owners got the money they needed to start their businesses. Some of the data confirms what most of us already know. The most common source of new company financing is the business owners themselves.
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