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Make Extra profits with a little business savvy!

Posted on November 14, 2012 by

Tweet You can make a pile of cash when you sell your old stuff! Maybe you are feeling quite strapped for cash at the moment? Perhaps you have utility and credit bills piling up through the letterbox every morning? You stack them carefully into a neat pile, but don’t feel that you have any way […]

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Should you buy or rent or invest?

Posted on November 5, 2012 by

Tweet You maybe looking to buy a property with the sole purpose of renting so you need to get a good deal on a property investment and a buy to let mortgage, with sufficient rental yield to make a viable profit. Seeking the help of a property consultant like VUE Property to carry out market […]

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How to Start a Business On a Budget

Posted on October 24, 2012 by

Tweet Starting any business will involve a budget. Good businesses are managed with attention paid to the return on investment. If there are little funds available, there are creative ways to maximise any spend and minimise unnecessary costs. Overheads are unavoidable and immediate costs when starting a business. By being realistic about what is needed, […]

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Free Market Research Tools for Startups

Posted on October 8, 2012 by

Tweet When you’re running a small business it’s easy to get bogged down in the everyday details. However, it’s essential to keep an eye on your competitors – some companies even contract professionals to track their rivals and assess how they’re faring in the competitive landscape. Most small businesses don’t have the means to hire […]

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How to Improve Your Credit Score

Posted on September 30, 2012 by

Tweet Improving Your Credit Score Your credit history and credit score can be vital when applying for a mortgage, revolving credit, landing a new job or applying for auto insurance. A credit score is a number assigned to each individual reflecting their credit worthiness and ability to manage money and credit. Higher credit scores may […]

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Driving a High Performance Car: Reducing Your Premium Insurance Rate

Posted on September 24, 2012 by

Tweet Many young people, especially males, tend to overestimate their driving abilities. Nearly a half of all newly qualified drivers under the age of 25 have an accident within six months of passing their test and there are as many male drivers of the 17 to 25 age group killed in motor traffic accidents than […]

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Choosing the Right Conservatory Design Idea for Your Home

Posted on September 6, 2012 by

Tweet Conservatories have been around for a few centuries, and people who choose to have them do so to add value to their homes and increase space. Additionally, they are more cost effective than traditional extensions made of brick and mortar, offer additional space, allows natural light into the home, which helps reduce electricity bills […]

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Reducing the cost of home insurance

Posted on August 30, 2012 by

Tweet Home insurance may seem like just one more cost but it can be one of the most important policies you ever take out – particularly if your house is ever damaged by flooding, fire or severe weather. Luckily, you can often save some money by shopping around. There are plenty of insurance comparisons sites […]

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CSR – sustainability in chemistry business gains popularity

Posted on August 24, 2012 by

Tweet  Over the past years corporate social responsibility (CSR) has gained explicit popularity in the metal, chemistry and oil industry. In addition to various ISO standards which companies have to maintain by law, companies started to follow various pollution and work environment regulations. Professional institutions and organizations are responsible for control and certifications. Besides the […]

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Comparison Sites: Creating a Business Model for Success

Posted on August 13, 2012 by

Tweet I keep an eye out on online trends from time to time and recently I have seen a number of comparison review sites appear on the search results across a number of industries. Is this still a viable business model?   How can these sites compete with the end service providers websites?  Is their […]

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Online Business Courses for Entrepreneurs

Posted on July 31, 2012 by

Tweet It is a misconception to believe that successful entrepreneurs all have business qualifications from top business schools and universities. Many entrepreneurs and business people just had a great idea and a strong motivating drive that allowed them to turn their idea into success. Many such business people stumble at some point along the way; […]

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Bringing People Home: How to Start your Own Estate Agency Business

Posted on June 13, 2012 by

Tweet With the shift in the housing market in the UK and abroad, more and more people are signing on to take advantage of the sellers or buyers markets by deciding to start their own estate agencies. This is one of the most lucrative small businesses in London, and anyone with the right skills and […]

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Local Courier Services And How To Choose One Thats Right For You.

Posted on June 12, 2012 by

Tweet There are different types of Courier Companies.  Some are Same Day meaning they collect your item from its collection point and deliver it, more often than not, straight away to it’s destination. These services are normally provided for by pushbikes, motorcycles, small vans and large vans. Then there is a Next Day or Overnight […]

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Running a Successful Gift Shop Business: no time for the learning curve or mistakes

Posted on April 23, 2012 by

Tweet The rule of the seven P’s!  Ever heard of it.  Prior, Preparation and Planning, Prevents Piss Poor Performance!  This rule of thumb applies in many walks of life, but there’s one sure fire method of  taking a business down – and that’s deviating from your plan or not having one in the first place. […]

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The Business End of the 2012 London Olympics

Posted on March 21, 2012 by

Their diet is of course a major part in ensuring optimum performance on the day. Eating a plate of greasy food will not be in the plans for these Olympians as the July 27th start of the Olympics moves closer. Sports Nutrition suppliers from – one of the leading bodybuilding and nutritional companies based in Australia said “They will be eating lots of fruits and vegetables, consuming whey protein powder formulas or protein shakes to stay in great shape”.

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Catching Domains for Business Affiliate Marketing

Posted on March 15, 2012 by

Tweet How easy is it to make money from online advertising or affiliate marketing?  Well you need a website and good domain that’s for sure, but it’s important that it is unique, is suitable for the purpose and is designed to convert visitors. Many people are earning a decent income from affiliate marketing (monetising sites […]

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