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  • 8). Milking Your Book Ideas For All They’re Worth  By : chicho
    My latest book “How to Earn Money in Retirement” (How To Books ISBN 1845281128) has just been published and hits the bookstores in early May 2006. As I was writing the mss about nine months ago it occurred to me that there might be another book lurking right there in the text. Accordingly I took notes; mentally deleting a chapter here and adding a few more there, expanding on a topic, sketching out another, and so on.
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  • 13). How Good Is Your Big Idea  By : Tim Knox
    Q: I want to start my own business. I have tons of business ideas that all sound great to me, but my husband is not so sure. He says that we need to figure out a way to test my ideas to pick the one that has the best chance of succeeding. I’m ready to just pick one and go for it. What is the best way to determine if a business idea really is as good as it sounds? -- Hannah C.
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  • 14). Make Sure That Your Advertising Is Working  By : Hans Hasselfors
    As a small business owner, every dollar you spend is a dollar that comes right out of your pocket and affects your profit margin, especially when you're trying to grow your business. If you're going to succeed, you have to pay close attention to your bottom line and look for creative, innovative ways to cut costs while still getting what you need. That old saying that it "takes money to make money" has never been truer than when it comes to promoting your business.
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  • 18). Word Of Mouth Advertising - Steps To Create Awareness  By : Sherry Frewerd
    Word of mouth advertising creates an awareness campaign where your business information travels from person to person, creating a world wind of awareness. For a new business start-up, word of mouth marketing is often the best and most effective advertising method. Newspaper print and classified ads can get very expensive, and have lost much of their effectiveness with the popularity of the internet in the past decade.
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  • 19). The Thick Line Between Buddy And Boss  By : Tim Knox
    Q: One of my key employees is giving me trouble. He has started showing up late for work and has developed a bad attitude in general. The rest of my employees are complaining since they are having to take up his slack. I've tried talking to him, but he doesn't seem to listen. To make matters worse, he has become one of my best friends since I hired him five years ago, so firing him is out of the question.
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