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Tracey De Leeuw: Online Marketing Tips for Small Businesses

| November 25, 2009 | 6 Comments
Tracey De Leeuw: Online Marketing Tips for Small Businesses

Marketing on the Web has become a fundamental skill that all entrepreneurs must master. The Web has become a powerful and ubiquitous platform, that women entrepreneurs need to know how to use it to reach their target audiences.  Tracey De Leeuw is an Internet marketing expert who has been using the Web as a marketing platform since […]

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Krystle Walsh: Turning Her Passion for Beads and Jewelry into a Thriving Business

| November 12, 2009 | 6 Comments
Krystle Walsh: Turning Her Passion for Beads and Jewelry into a Thriving Business

Even as a kid, Krystle Walsh has always been creative. She enjoys doing craft projects, such as beadwork, jewelries, painting and other artistic creations. However, she never realized that her passion could be turned into a profitable business. It took the prodding and encouragement of her family members for her to realize that her craft products […]

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Johnita Glover and Tracy Jackson: Success in Starting a Virtual Assistant Business

| October 15, 2009 | 3 Comments
Johnita Glover and Tracy Jackson: Success in Starting a Virtual Assistant Business

The virtual assistant business is one of the fastest growing online home-based businesses today. Many businesses need highly skilled professionals to provide administrative support and other specialized services, yet may not have the resources to hire full time staffs or the time to do all the things that needs to be done. Johnita Glover and […]

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Jill Donenfeld: Success In The Personal Chef Business

| September 28, 2009 | 0 Comments
Jill Donenfeld: Success In The Personal Chef Business

For a growing number of families, the question, What’s for dinner? is best answered with a phone call to a personal chef. Personal chefs offer an affordable and great-tasting solution to families with little or no time to cook. Learn about Jill Donenfeld, who is making a name for herself in the personal chef business with her The Dish’s Dishes in Manhattan.

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Learning from Martha: 10 Rules for Starting a Business

| September 23, 2009 | 3 Comments
Learning from Martha: 10 Rules for Starting a Business

What does it take to really need to successfully start a business? Martha Stewart, one of the most successful women in business today, lists down the essential elements to start an entrepreneurial venture in her book “The Martha Rules.”

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Carol Perkins: How Sickness Helped Her Discover a Lucrative New Business

| September 3, 2009 | 0 Comments
Carol Perkins: How Sickness Helped Her Discover a Lucrative New Business

Carol Perkins was leading a glamorous life as a model, until she got sick. Now home-bound, she retreated from the world with dogs as her constant companion. She started to sew and create outfits for the dogs of her friends and neighbors, which launched her Harry Barker line of pet accessories and doggie beds.

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Creating a Web Site for Under $100

| August 21, 2009 | 0 Comments
Creating a Web Site for Under $100

Our editor, Isabel M. Isidro, wrote in the PowerHomeBiz.com Small and Home Business Blog an engaging and informative piece on how she redesigned WomenHomeBusiness.com for under $100. Learn how you, too, can create an effective web site for under $100.

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8 Tips to Stimulate Your Small Business

| August 12, 2009 | 24 Comments
8 Tips to Stimulate Your Small Business

Is your business in the doldrums? Are sales slow? Reinvigorate your small business with these eight tips:

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Julie Dix and Danielle Ayotte: Turning a Child’s Blanket into a Successful Business

| September 25, 2008 | 3 Comments
Julie Dix and Danielle Ayotte: Turning a Child’s Blanket into a Successful Business

Julie Dix and Danielle Ayotte were stay at home moms who stumbled upon a simple idea — put looped tags on babies blankets — and now run a multi-million dollar business. It all started with the worn security blanket of Julie’s toddler. Noticing that her baby was interested in the satin tags on toys and […]

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Sheri Schmelzer: Earning Millions from Crocs Decorations

| July 23, 2008 | 1 Comment
Sheri Schmelzer: Earning Millions from Crocs Decorations

Crocs are the very popular resin clogs dotted with holes and comes in every color, from pinks to blues to yellows to blacks. They are ugly shoes, but both adults and children love them. In fact, the company grew from $1 million in revenue in 2003 to a projected $322 million in 2007. Given the […]

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