Secure Your Home Business Needs

In order to successfully run your home Internet business, you need myriad of things to fall into place. Among the important items you need: • Having a stable of clients; • Giving clients the best customer service available; • Marketing and advertising your home business; • Making sure family separates your home time and your work time; • Securing your home office. When it comes to that last item, just home secure is your home office and your home surroundings for that matter? ...
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Have the Proper Bandwith to Run Your Business?

If you are running a home business, you will most likely need to use the Internet. Having a good Internet connection is essential to the success of your business, because it enables you to perform various online tasks more effectively and efficiently. In order to maximize your business performance, you have to make sure that your connection has a high bandwidth. If you have a business website, you should choose a hosting plan that offers adequate bandwidth. Here is a look at how ...
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Safeguard Your Home Business Network

While running an internet business from home may save you money on work clothes, commutes and outings, there are precautions you still need to take as a business owner who works from home. You need to make sure you're setting aside money for taxes each month, you need to work during your most productive hours, you need to get out and socialize every now and then and, most importantly, you need to make sure your network is protected. Without safeguarding your network, you run the risk...
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Is Your Home Internet Up to Speed?

As a freelancer who works from home, I'll be the first to admit that having an up-to-date computer and a reliable, high-speed internet connection are must-haves. Without either of these, you can't successfully run your at-home business. For example, I spend two hours each Wednesday working on my editing assignments. With two little ones at home, I run a tight schedule and have very little wiggle room. If my internet isn't up to par or fails to consistently stay connected, I fall behi...
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Don’t Let Human Error Sidetrack Your Business

When your computer is your lifeline to earning money, any downtime can have serious consequences. While there can be many causes, one of the most common reasons for network issues are human errors. In fact, IT experts estimate that over 60% of problems happen as a result of a person making configuration changes. Even with a home internet business you can have this problem if you work with others. Anyone that is given access to a portion of your network can make alterations that do...
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5 Ways to Keep Your Small Business Afloat in These Stormy Waters

In these troubling times, it would be easy for a small business owner to give up on their dreams and go back to the workforce as a regular Joe. Although there are plenty of small businesses around the country that have closed up over the past few years, this is not something that needs to happen to every struggling small business. There are plenty of ways to fight against these trouble economic times, and any business can succeed with the right small business leadership. If you need some hel...
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Time to Bring Out The Big Guns: Fix Your Website

At some point, almost every website needs a checkup, because often what happens is what was a cutting edge design and development strategy at one point, will eventually become dated and ineffective. When you bring out all the stops and create a great site, you will take a major step to greatly improving the life of your business as a whole, so here are 5 ways you can make big changes. Use Video on Your Site It is estimated that by 2015, two thirds of internet traffic will go to video, this is ...
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Essential Equipment for Every Home Based Business

We all need to work, but only some of us have the good fortune to be able to do it from home. Few things are nicer than being able to be your own boss -- you have fewer constraints in terms of how and when you work, get you get to set your own hours, and there isn't anything even remotely resembling a uniform. You can work in your pajamas, if you feel so inclined. Many adventurous earners are excited to take the plunge and shrug off a world of bosses and coworkers, instead opting to set up shop ...
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