Sunday, June 25th, 2017

There are many ways to succeed online as a business owner. There are also many business models to choose from. One such business model that many have found tremendous success with is called Network Marketing.

Setting up a home-based business is risk free, right? Especially if you’re not shipping anything or directly hiring anyone. All you have to worry about is how much money you’re going to make.

Unfortunately, that’s not true. When you operate a business you are responsible for the things you do and say and if you don’t protect yourself, you can lose everything. Here are five tips to help you start your small business and avoid legal trouble.

Selling gift cards can be a great way to increase your online business. This is especially true during the holiday seasons. If you have an effective gift card campaign running, you can really capitalize on the holiday seasons.

Here’s why just about every online business should consider selling gift cards.

This holiday season, many people are looking for frugal ways to decorate their homes and yards. It’s actually not too difficult if you remember that people have been decorating for the holidays for centuries – long before electric lights and color trends! Here are some ideas for frugal holiday decorating.

If you are going to shop in brick-and-mortar stores on Black Friday, it is a good idea to strategize. People actually get hurt or even killed in some of the shopping frenzy! So be safe, have fun, and plan your day.

Writing your own sales pages? Great! No one knows your product, service or audience better than you. And writing a top-notch sales page is really a matter of knowing a few basics and being willing to test and track your results. Once you know the top tips, the rest will come naturally with a little time and elbow grease.

Want to bring a lot of customers to your small business without spending big bucks on marketing? You can, by creating buzz. Instead of using money to create awareness, you use word of mouth to generate awareness. It doesn’t have to cost you a dime.