Narrower fonts require less ink, which means you’ll have to replace your pricey ink cartridges less often.
That’s the equivalent of 1.3 million people out of work for a year.
While an owner should seek to understand all aspects of his business early in its development, spending too much time on the aspects he doesn’t excel at can be a massive inefficiency and stunt the business’ growth.
Now, if you think the above is over the top or out of your reach consider that setting up a business as a Virtual Assistant is considerably cheaper than it would be for many industries.
Pay less for your domain name — While you definitely need to have a distinctive domain name and brand, you don’t need to pay top dollar for the privilege.
The single biggest category of Christmas spending is gifts.
Add the Internet to the list of metered services you receive says The Wall Street Journal.
AuctionBytes.com is reporting that Stamps.com has a new free program for eBay sellers who connect their account with Stamps.com to import data.
The Dallas Morning News is reporting that cost-cutting has replaced sales as the path to profit at many recession-battered companies these days.
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One area many business owners struggle with is keeping track of their finances, but it is one of the most important areas given that cash flow is the lifeblood of the business.
Go for cheaper tech.
Be realistic on staffing.
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