With business insurance you can protect what you worked hard for

With business insurance you can protect ...

Today if you are a businessman, you must protect your assets. Times are tough and nobody wants to lose everything in one moment. That’s why it is wise to acquire the best type of business insurance that meets your needs and your estimates. Businesses may suffer losses due to unforeseen disasters. These can include all-natural disasters like earthquakes, hurricanes, floods and tornadoes. Other risks are riot or arson. These factors...

6 key factors for business success

6 key factors for business success...

A company owner must coordinate various factors to achieve a particular goal. All aspects are equally important for making the business a success. Various departments should work in coordination with each other and the organization and financial planning should be determined properly. Modern businesses are more complicated and multi-stage. Achievements in technology and different consumer preferences are creating more challenges for the entrepreneur. All aspects of a business such...

A successful business: what you need to consider

A successful business: what you need to ...

A successful business is the purpose and content of all business owners. And the action is the fundamental key to all success. Most people fear failure in business and can not try again after failure. In general, there is no victory without failure, but victory is developed from previous failures. Basically discouragement and failure are two of the main obstacles to success so do not be discouraged by failure,...

The basics of developing your business marketing strategy

The basics of developing your business m...

The business strategy is one of those terms that may sound confusing but it really does not need to be. It can be described as a plan to show you where you're headed and how you will get there. After all, it is useless to have a fantastic product or service and a motivated workforce, if they do not know the direction they go in and what success looks...

Capital Hire – The Ultimate Car & Van Hire Resource

  • admin
  • August 04, 2014

Sometimes, finding transportation can be a bit of a pain, but when you are in London, you can trust Capital Hire to have your back covered. Operating from the very heart of London, they provide a wide range of cars in many different shapes, styles, specifications, and colours, if you happen to have any preference. Unlike many rental or hire agencies, they will be more than happy to deliver the vehicle to the location of your choice, home or work. In addition to that, you can arrange to take a vehicle with unlimited mileage and even 24 hour roadside assistance. They’ll also provide a number of different vans for different needs which include moving, DIY projects, or massive shopping trips if you happen to see one in your future.

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You can rent vehicles from Capital Hire for a number of different time periods, whether you need it overnight, half the day, or even long term. Read full post…

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Live two-way gig streams let any venue book the biggest EDM acts

  • Savannah Selle
  • June 30, 2014

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The thing that makes live performances compelling is their one-off nature and the thrill of securing a ticket. However, its those same aspects of gig-going that make it all the more disappointing when a show is sold out, or an artist never tours in a particular neighborhood. While EVNTLIVE has solved the first problem through online feeds of sold out shows, Mixify is now aiming to help bring top EDM artists to any corner of the world through synchronized streaming events in clubs.

Electronic dance music has become a massive industry in the past few years, with global hits from acts such as Skrillex, Baauer and Deadmau5. However, their success means fans in locations where its not economically viable to tour. Mixify has already provided a platform for artists to stream their shows online, but its new Clubcast service enables them to organize live transmissions in clubs around the world.

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How to manage 2 goals – to become debt free and have sufficient savings

  • Edward Newcomb
  • June 29, 2014

“There are four things every person has more than they know- sins, debt, years and foes.” – Persian Proverb

You may owe different kind of debts/ loans: Credit Card outstanding payment, a loan from a friend/ relative, a car loan, a mortgage loan or a personal loan from a Bank. At the same time, you may have personal financial goals that you wish to attain within a defined timeline like buying a swanky car, planning an exotic holiday etc. But, achieving your personal financial goals may conflict with your existing debt. Until you repay the complete debt or become debt free, you may not start saving comfortably for your goals.

Having a debt acts as a hurdle in your way to meeting your personal financial goals. But at the same time, without a debt/ loan, achieving your financial goals might not be possible, like, you may not be able to afford a home without taking a home loan. Since

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5 Important SEO Takeaways

  • Skye Leist
  • June 28, 2014

If you’re just getting started with SEO you might be realizing that it’s unlike any other form of marketing that you’ve implemented before. There are lots of moving parts and variables that determine SEO success. The nature of SEO can sometimes be frustrating to website owners, but there’s no denying that SEO is a necessary marketing component today. After all, the majority of people that are looking for information or a product or service are conducting their research online and using a search engine.

Here are 5 things about SEO that all website owners must understand:

SEO is long term

Perhaps the most frustrating thing about SEO is that website owners won’t see results overnight. Unlike paid advertising, where you can see the impact in a short period of time in terms of exposure, it takes time to generate organic search exposure. In fact,

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Tips For Women Wanting To Start A Business From Scratch

  • Finn Torode
  • June 28, 2014

Now more than ever, women are seeing the benefits of building their own businesses and are doing just that.  In a world full of complicated and contradicting start up information, consider my eight simple tips for launching a successful business as a woman.  It does after all help to get advice from someone who’s been there.

Don’t quit your day job, at least not at first.  While it may be tempting to jump feet first into building your business, it is wise to map out your financial needs and obligations before giving your two weeks notice. Consider working part-time as a transition into entrepreneurship. I’m a big fan of bootstrapping a business instead of beginning with seed rounds. It allows you to truly

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Woman Sues Boss Over Rush-Hour Traffic

  • Savannah Selle
  • June 24, 2014

Rush-hour traffic is a pain, but can it qualify you for a disability? A New Jersey woman is trying to make her case in court against a former employer, reports the Courier-Post. Andrea DeGerolamo worked for Fulton Financial in 2012 when, according to her lawsuit, she “began to feel great anxiety and depression, which was especially aggravated by crowded roadways experienced during the heavy traffic of rush hour.” The anxiety was so severe that it qualified her as being disabled, says the suit, as per the Star-Ledger.

DeGerolamo took a medical leave for about 3 months, then requested a different schedule when she returned, one that would keep her away from busy traffic. Fulton accommodated, but only temporarily, and also changed her position to a lower-level clerical one, says DeGerolamo. She filed a complaint in May 2013 and was fired the same month, and now shes suing in federal court in Camden for unspecified damages.

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Keep paint fresh for future coats

  • Edward Newcomb
  • June 20, 2014

When we walked into the Bethlehem home of Barry Donchez the other day, we suddenly got that warm and fuzzy feeling.

It wasn’t the hot cup of coffee Barry handed us. It was what we saw on his kitchen table: an old tissue box stuffed with empty plastic bags, which he uses to pick up dog poop. We shared that tip from Barb Sheetz in Zionsville back in February, and it sure felt good to see it put to use.

“That tissue box tip really works,” Barry said, smiling.

Let that be an inspiration for all of you Cheapsters. You can make a difference.

But we didn’t just visit Barry to slurp down his coffee and admire his stash of plastic bags. He had a great tip that will come in handy for anyone whose summer to-do list includes painting. It’s a clever way to store your leftover paint so it will be easily accessible and not dried out the next time you need it.

“This is an old landlord trick I learned,” Barry said.

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