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Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate Marketing

Can affiliate marketing work for you So you want to start an online business but you don’t have any products to sell? Don’t let that keep you from getting started, affiliate marketing can get your business started and growing. What is affiliate marketing Affiliate marketing is using your website to advertise other peoples products and you get paid […]

Advertising / Home Business / Small business

Email List Can Help Grow Your Business

Email List

Email Lists Can Help Your Business Grow Now that you have a business you frequently hear about your email list and how it is a vital tool to grow your business. But can you answer the following questions? “Do you have an email list?” “How many subscribers do you have in your email list?” “Do […]

Merchant Services / Small business

The Top Benefits of Accepting Cards

accepting credit cards

-Your company is legitimized by accepting credit cards. By displaying the emblems of the credit cards you take at your cash register or in your site, you seize a cardholder’s focus and produce in them an expression of trust in your business. They trust the credit card brands enough to carry them in their pocket […]

Advertising / Home Business Blog / Problem Solving / Small business

Negative Keywords – Why You Should Use Them?

Negative Keywords

In pay-per-click (PPC) advertising keywords are the best way for someone to find your ads online. If you have ever done pay-per-click (PPC) advertising you know that not every click is a sale and you can pay for a lot of useless clicks. Do you know how to prevent your adds from being seen by […]

Business Expenses / Home Business / Small business

What Are Start-up Expenses

Start-up

We have all heard when you start a business you get to deduct all your start-up costs. Some new small business owner spend more then they need to thinking they will get it back when they file their taxes, only to be surprised by what the IRS considers a start-up expense and what you can deduct without getting […]