One of the best things about Kona Ice is that the business model is simple and the brand works with you - not the other way around.
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Owning a CruiseOne / Dream Vacations franchise is the perfect opportunity to explore business ownership with tremendous rewards.
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Own your own financial business with literally no risk and virtually no overhead! Earn an unlimited income and...
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Affiliate Marketing is an amazing thing and more and more people seem to want to know how to become involved in it. Here is a guest post from author Patrick Panuncillon where he tells you the 4 Step Process & the importance of selecting your Niche
In today’s world good sense and law makers have made it an absolute necessity to carry adequate insurance. While auto insurance can be costly, business owners should consider it just another cost of doing business along with vehicle payments, tires, oil changes and gasoline. With the high costs, it is only natural for people and business owners to look for policies that provide cost-effective insurance with adequate coverage.
Starting a landscaping business can be quite lucrative - especially if you have a bit of a green thumb. It is easy to find people almost anywhere that don’t like to do yard work themselves or who want to change their yard but don’t have the technical knowledge to do so. The good news is that you can launch an eco-friendly landscaping business that not only makes you money, but looks out for the environment as well. There doesn’t need to be any compromise between owning a business and staying green, so if you are thinking about launching your own landscaping business, here are a few tips on how you can help make people’s lawns look better while watching out for the environment.
The ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu once said, “Know thy self, know thy enemy. A thousand battles, a thousand victories.” Although technologies and battles have changed, these words and their meaning are immortal. The same is true for the ever-evolving cybersecurity challenge. After all, the best way to combat hackers and cybercriminals is to understand your own vulnerabilities. Here are six tips to outmaneuver digital threats and improve your cybersecurity.
Those who think that business writing and creative writing are the same thing, are sorely mistaken. There is a clear difference between business writing (attempting to make an audience aware of and potentially purchase your product), and writing creatively (for the benefit of someone’s imagination or enjoyment). While there are pieces of creative writing that may mimic business styles, rarely will you see an example of business writing that imitates creative styles so it’s important to know the differences. Perhaps a more drastic comparison cannot be made than one between business writing and creative writing.
There’s always a buzz around installing a new piece of equipment at work. Whether it is a $100 coffee maker in the break room or a $100,000 assembly machine on the factory floor, people get excited. And while both should hopefully make a positive difference, it is only the larger piece that can decipher whether your business succeeds or fails.
A website is one of the most powerful marketing tools available to a small business. It increases a small business’ visibility, their ability to discover leads, and to convert those leads into sales. However, the success of a website depends on much more than aesthetic appeal. It also must be functional, accessible, user-friendly, and reliable. There are several essential components that must be included in order to maximize a website’s success.
It is about that time of year again - orange and black in every store window, the fragrant aroma of cinnamon sticks and apple cider in the air, and a Halloween Store in every city - maybe more than one. Have you ever wondered about these great big giant stores that pop up out of nowhere, last for 2 months and then close back up almost over night? Well we did a little research and discovered how they operate. While it may be too late for this year, you might want to think about opening one for next year.
Whether you are a major department store selling designer goods or a local farmer selling your harvest at a local farmers market, accepting credit cards and processing wireless payments has never been easier. Services such as Apple Pay, Android Pay and Google Wallet ensure that this process doesn’t take longer than a couple of seconds. But how does this technology actually work and is it safe for you and your customers?
Social media has been great for businesses—but it can also be a scary place. Nowadays, all it takes is one angry customer to quickly share their displeasure across the social networks to put a hurt on your business. The idea of a customer complaint going viral and spreading around the web is the stuff of nightmares for many businesses. But smart businesses know that they still can control the situation by practicing good reputation management. So how do you go about doing this for your business?