Archive for March, 2010

CurbsideCupcakes.com: Success in Using Social Media

| March 31, 2010 | 7 Comments
CurbsideCupcakes.com: Success in Using Social Media

Some businesses “get” social media, but many still don’t. But for those who understand how to use social media for their marketing, the results can be quite impressive. One home business that gets social media is CurbsideCupcakes.com, a mobile vendor of gourmet cupcakes in the Washington D.C. area. Learn how CurbsideCupcakes.com is growing their business through one tweet and one Facebook friend at a time.

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Working from Home: Setting Up Your Home Office

| March 30, 2010 | 1 Comment
Working from Home: Setting Up Your Home Office

Working from home entails the creation of a space where you can do the work you need for your business. Whatever your space is, you need to make your home office as comfortable and as inspiring for you as possible. However, in order to make your home workspace work, it needs to be equipped with the right equipment to allow you to actually do your work.

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Start-Up Advice for the City Girl Who’s on a Budget

| March 30, 2010 | 10 Comments
Start-Up Advice for the City Girl Who’s on a Budget

What are the first steps you need to take when starting a business? I have outlined some crucial steps that will help guide you in the right direction.

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Billie Dragoo: Overcoming Adversities to Succeed in the Recruiting Business

| March 23, 2010 | 0 Comments
Billie Dragoo: Overcoming Adversities to Succeed in the Recruiting Business

Billie Dragoo, President and CEO of RepuStaff and RepuCare, has experienced both highs and lows, to emerge as one of the most powerful women entrepreneurs today.

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Lisa Price: Success in the Natural Beauty Business

| March 19, 2010 | 9 Comments
Lisa Price: Success in the Natural Beauty Business

Lisa Price has always been fascinated with fragrance. As a child, she has always been attracted to scents and smells in their house – the food being cooked in the kitchen, the roses in her grandmother’s garden, the smell of her mom’s face cream, even her dad’s shaving cologne. This fascination inspired her to create her own line of hair and body care products. Today, Carol’s Daughter is a multimillion-dollar natural skincare beauty business.

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4 Ways to Earn Money from Blogs

| March 16, 2010 | 11 Comments
4 Ways to Earn Money from Blogs

Blogs have become a popular and important medium today. From mostly personal commentaries, blogs are slowly getting accepted into mainstream journalism with some of the top bloggers treating their blogs more like a magazine. If you are looking for a way to earn money from the Web and love to write, then consider starting a blog. Here are other ways you can earn from your blog.

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What Role Does Personality Play in the Attainment of Success?

| March 11, 2010 | 6 Comments
What Role Does Personality Play in the Attainment of Success?

How does personality contribute to a woman’s success? Learn how personality helped 40 visionary women to achieve their personal success and what advice they might offer to up and coming female entrepreneurs about achieving similar success.

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Aileen Siroy: Turning Her Passion into a Business

| March 9, 2010 | 6 Comments
Aileen Siroy: Turning Her Passion into a Business

Aileen is one of the many small business owners who turned their hobbies into profitable ventures. Learn how Aileen turned her love for the camera into a business, and the challenges she met along the way.

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How Prepared Are You to Run a Business?

| March 8, 2010 | 5 Comments
How Prepared Are You to Run a Business?

Are you prepared to run a business? This is the question that Linda J. Lord’s new book “The Pitch: Business Lessons Learned on the Soccer Field” explores. Making the decision to start a business is just the first step; the real test is how well you can run the business. Your level of preparedness – mentally, intellectually and emotionally — can spell the difference between the success and failure of your business.

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Julie Anderson: Aiming for a ReDesign Success

| March 4, 2010 | 0 Comments
Julie Anderson: Aiming for a ReDesign Success

Starting a business is very daunting, more so during tough economic times. But not for Julie Anderson. In January 2010, she left her executive level job to pursue her passion for interior design and start Anderson ReDesign. Read Anderson’s experience in starting her interior redesign business.

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