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Much Better Jobs Video on BizCloud

July 29, 2010 |

The Much Better Jobs website was developed to provide a proactive method which shortens the time it takes to gain new employment.  New procedures were researched and completely developed which allow a job seeker to find and apply to hidden job opportunities.  These jobs have much less competition than the hundreds or even thousands of applicants for Monster and Career Builder postings.

Over the 14 years of helping over 8846 professionals find employment, the author of our ebook, John Hoover, has observed the changing options for most effectively finding a job.  From newspaper and professional journals, recruiters, job boards, blogs and now today’s newest methods are all in the ebook.

There are literally hundreds of thousands of pathways to finding acceptable employment.  Only the 12 most productive are covered in detail with hyperlinks in our ebook.  We have explored many thousands of promising ways to find a job – and picked the 12 most productive for today’s job market while discarding the rest. Read More

Hosted Exchange and Advantages of Email Hosting

March 25, 2010 | 3

Email is the main tool for both external and internal communication of any company. When it comes to smaller companies, they often have a lack of financial as well as technical resources to deal with complicated in house e-mail systems which is the main reason why email hosting comes as the most practical solution for them.

Email hosting

With absence of implementation hassles, email hosting is proven to be very attractive option for SMBs. Deciding upon hosted email solution allows businesses to stay focused on their core-operations, taking away all the worries included in running an in-house servers and infrastructure. Read More

The Art of Franchising

March 3, 2010 |

It is a grim reality that more and more people are losing their jobs every day, and that there are no attractive job opportunities waiting for them. The options for those people are either to start their own business or buy a franchise. Franchisers argue that their proven business model offers people a bigger chance to succeed than starting a small business on their own. Read More

Maximizing the Value of Your Business

February 17, 2010 |

There are several strategies to build a better company and increase its value.

The overall value of a business is generally determined as a function of your earning and financial position and the inherent strength of your business. It is a common issue that two businesses with similar financial profiles are for sale on a different value just because of their off balance sheet items. Following are the core principals that separate good business from industry leaders.

  • Build a deep management team

Successful companies have a good senior management team, but some others just hire one person capable of making critical decisions, putting their business in danger. If your company can not function properly without your daily supervision, then you need to hire and develop talent for the future of your business. Read More

Keep Your Employees Motivated During the Recession

February 10, 2010 |

The economy is in a slump, and by the looks of it, it is going to stay that way for some time. Uncertainty can shake even the savviest entrepreneurs; only with patience and well calculated management can they keep their calm and not put their business operation at risk. Read More

Benefits of SaaS for Small Business

February 3, 2010 | 17

Software as a Service, or SaaS, is a software model provided  by the vendor, typically on a subscription basis and is delivered through an online service. For a small business, costs of buying a software they need to perform various tasks can be very overwhelming. With SaaS, vendor makes the required software available to a business on subscription basis, and charges are based on the product usage.

There are numerous benefits of SaaS for small business, and they include:

  • Reduced costs. SaaS applications have low initial costs, there is no need to invest in costly hardware or software which translates to low maintenance costs and no licensing fees. Read More

Summary of Obama's State of the Union Address: New Initiatives to Benefit Small Business

January 28, 2010 | 23

President Obama

During his first State of the Union address, President Obama outlined several key initiatives aimed at supporting the growth of small business in the States. Among the proposals he made that would help small business community were a new jobs bill, and taking $30 billion from the Wall Street bailout to help community banks increase small businesses lending. He proposed legislations to eliminate capital gains taxes on investments in small businesses, tax credits for business owners hiring new employees, and tax breaks for investment in new facilities and equipment. Read More

How Small Businesses Can Turn the Economic Crisis to Their Advantage

January 24, 2010 |

The global market has been affected by the recent financial crisis, especially Big Companies.  But what about Small Businesses?  Have you stopped by your favorite store to see how many customers are shopping there?  Well, most of us are more worried about what we hear in the news than what we have actually seen with our own eyes.

This kind of crisis is a challenge for Small Businesses, but they can survive perfectly well if they take into account these very important issues: Read More

How to Green Your Business Communication

January 22, 2010 | 3

There are many cost-effective ways to make your business more environmentally friendly, you just need to determine what green practices can be easily implemented in your business and choose the right technology. For example, running a paperless office quickly gained popularity among businesses that are looking to reduce their impact on the environment. It is a great way to minimize waste that a company produces by using less or no paper, and it doesen’t include large investment. Excessive use of paper is mostly connected to business communications, both internal and external. If you are searching for the way to reduce the use of paper and therefore the waste that your company produces, changing your business communication habits is the right place to start. Read More

Top 10 Green Business Tips

January 16, 2010 | 3

Making your business operations more environmentally friendly is not such a hard task if you start with making minor changes and than gradually get to the more radical ones. Greening your business step by step will help preserve the environment and show your concern about the health and safety of your workers and a desire to improve the quality of life in your local community.

Green Certification for Retail Establishments

Being a socially responsible and eco-friendly company is not only good for the environment, but it also makes a lot of business sense. Conserving resources and cutting down on waste will help your company save money. By implementing green practices into your small business operations you will help protect the environment, increase your bottomline, and demonstrate a goodwill of your company. Doing business in environmentally responsible way is a great way to feel good about what you do. Read More

Profitable Green Business Ideas

January 14, 2010 | 11

www.GreenCommerceBureau.Com

If you are thinking of starting your own small business, consider making it a green one as it offers great advantages. Growing market for green products and services is a strong indicator that environmentalism is here to stay, so you will be starting a business that targets a market in expansion. On the other hand, starting a green business can bring double satisfaction, you can be your own boss earning a good living, and also contribute to preservation of the environment. Read More

Green Your Small Business and Increase Bottomline

January 2, 2010 | 4

Green Commerce Certification

Going green is currently a hot topic in the business world, and more and more companies are joining  the battle for preserving the environment. Your business can make an impact on the environment through green initiatives, and at the same time benefit from it in various ways. Employing green practices in your company creates interest from your customers, investors, and your employees. Read More

Growing Your Home Based Business

January 1, 2010 | 1

If your home-based business has reached the point where more sales are coming in and profits are increasing, it is probably the best time for you to consider growth options. You can grow your business without moving it from home, and there are few proven formulas that you can apply in order to achieve your goal. Growing a home business takes planning. If you have developed a good business plan when you were starting out, it should outline how your home business would handle future growth in various stages. Read More

Making Your Small Business Newsworthy

December 31, 2009 | 2

It is tough for small businesses to get media coverage, but it is worth an effort because nothing can establish your business name within the public better than the word of a trusted media personality. Read More

Small Business Insurance

December 28, 2009 | 2

You have to be well informed in order to find the right insurance for your small business that meets your particular needs and risk.

Here are a few important tips to consider when looking for insurance that will work for you.

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Importance of Quality Management

December 17, 2009 | 6

Constant changes in today’s market are urging small businesses to work harder on developing various strategies in order to stay in the game and rise above the competition. These changes are happening quicker than ever and are present in every category of services and products, driven in most part by shifting customer needs. Trying to deal with rapid changes, small business owners and managers often have difficulties to keep the quality relationships with their customers, suppliers and distributors. Staying committed to quality and customer satisfaction is crucial for a small company to keep its competitive edge. As a small business owner, you need to make sure that your company is focused both on product and customer management. In a small company, the owner is responsible for implementing quality programs and their successful execution. Read More

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