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Finding and Creating Collaborative Learning Opportunities

ontinual learning experiences are important to any business owner. It doesn’t matter whether you have an online business or an offline business – learning is something that you’ll need to do for the rest of your life if you want to become and stay successful. Thankfully, continuing your business education can be a fun social […]

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How to Start Your Graphic Design Business

much sought out work-from-home contractor is a graphic designer. Graphic designer is really a very generic word for many different niches. A graphic designer can set up shop in several niches like web designer, eBook cover designer, infographic designer, and so forth. Many graphic designers also do work for offline print too. Each of these […]

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Continual Learning Is Part of the Game

o matter how much or how little formal education you have when you start your business, continual learning is part of the game. Without the willingness to keep learning, you’ll get swallowed up by those who are willing and open to keep learning. Change is part of the landscape of business. What was popular yesterday […]

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How to Develop an App for your Business

tarting highly in-demand work-at-home businesses, like app development, calls for very specialized skills. Someone who wants to develop apps needs to know what kind of apps they want to develop, who they want to develop them for, and what they need to learn to do it. If you have programming skills, start out like you […]

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Why You Should Enter a JV

oining together in a joint venture (JV) agreement with another person or business entity is a common way to join forces without changing the structure of either business. When you join with another business temporarily, you can share resources in terms of people, technology and finances. This can make the combination stronger than each individual […]

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What Is Passive Income?

hen people see the term “passive” income, they often think of earning money with no work. However, nothing can be further from the truth. The fact is, it does require work to make passive income. However, the work you do is done once, and then you keep making money later on the work you did […]

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How to Turn Picky Shoppers into Buyers

ost shoppers are picky these days. People are turned off by the hard sale and by many of the tactics used by professional sellers. But, the fact is that some of the tactics work. If they did not work, people wouldn’t do them. Here are a few tried-and-true practices you can use to turn shoppers […]

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Why Product Launches Begin Weeks in Advance

aunching a product doesn’t start on the actual day of the product launch. It starts weeks in advance, building up to the day of the launch – sometimes even before the actual product is actually ready for prime time. Shoot for starting 8 to 12 weeks prior to the date you’ve chosen for your product […]

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12 Things to Include in Course Creation

When it comes to creating online courses, the outline of the course is the key! If you include these 12 things in your outline, it will help you avoid missing any part of what you need to teach to meet the objectives of your course, but it will also be of use to attract your audience to your course.

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Coming Up With a Teachable Topic

Everyone has something they know that they can teach to others. Anyone can create an online course to teach other people what they know. Here the 8 key questions to ask yourself before you create a course…

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