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Yes, Your Startup Needs a Workplace Safety Plan

Millions of workplace accidents occur every year. Recent data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reveals that over 3 million people suffered from non-fatal, work related injuries in 2013. Of the reported injuries, 327,060 involved sprains, strains, and tears, 229,190 cases involving slip …

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Who is Your Lead Order?

No investors want to be the first… it’s very similar to your 7th grade dance. Remember when the boys would stand on one side of the gym and girls on the other? You wanted to ask Sara to dance but then it would just be …

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How to Get Your Product Selling in Major Retail Stores – According to Millionaire Expert

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]I[/dropcap] had a meeting yesterday with a multi-millionaire entrepreneur who made his fortune creating products for retail sale. His new passion, and the reason for our meeting, is a startup nutraceutical company looking to go public, after it raises about $4 …

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How Comcast Won The Seattle Mayoral Election

Super PACs – An Invention from the Left It has never been a secret that money wins elections. The necessity to deliver political viewpoints and name recognition via television commercials, flyers, yard signs, etc. has long been the United States’ campaign culture, the funding an …

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How The Google Hummingbird Update Changed The SEO Landscape For Online Businesses

[Tweet “Google’s Hummingbird update will reward online publishers who put their readers’ experience first”] Do you run an online business that receives a significant amount of traffic from Google? If so, then you need to acquaint yourself with the Google Hummingbird update. The update was …

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Every Entrepreneur’s Journey Starts with a Business Plan

Before you think I am going to give you the usual five steps ‘to a great business plan’ rundown, let me just say, that’s not going to happen here. Cookie cutter business plans are for wannabe entrepreneurs and whenever one comes across my desk, it …

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How I Started My Own Creative Writing Company

Landing the Big Fish on ODesk Many young liberal arts grads, amateur writers, or alumni of the sales and marketing realms have been quickly discovering that by marketing your writing skills on ODesk, you can make a pretty penny handling jobs of all sizes and …

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How to Make Big Bucks as an Online Freelancer

ODesk, Digital Content, and the Rapidly Growing Freelance Writing Market When I graduated from Indiana University in 2008, I was leaving college with a liberal arts degree, a lack of any clear direction of how to make money with said degree, and unwittingly stepping into …

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4 Rules to Starting a Lucrative Freelancing Business

One Freelancer’s Tips and Tricks For Becoming Your Own Venture First, I must make a bit of a confession.  I myself am a wealthy online freelancer.  I’ve been one for five years, and I admit that I have a problem.  That problem is, I’ve found …

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How Pinterest Created its Own Niche Market From Facebook Users

Scrapbooking, 21st Century-style In the few years since its original release as a beta in 2010, photo-sharing and social media community Pinterest has gained incredible traction both here in the United States, as well as in emerging communities around the world.     Designed much …

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