Bidding For Business - Expertisers.com Facilitates the FutureWritten by Mina Baller
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The self-employed and contract individuals historically make up 7% of U.S. labor force, but according to Ed Potter, president of Employment Policy Foundation, that number could grow to 10% over next several years. These may seem small percentages, but an increase to 10 percent equates to millions of workers in a labor force of 146 million, Potter pointed out. In this burgeoning market, it’s difficult to find most qualified individual- someone whose technical skills overpower those of others. Expertisers.com has also addressed this issue, with their bidding format assuring lowest costs, and a growing pool of experts whose profile, resume, and portfolios can be examined before one step is ever taken, has traffic to this site booming. Technology has advanced to point that most workers have full home offices. “Like so many things in life, work is becoming much more idiosyncratic, customized and personalized,” says author Dan Pink, who published “Free Agent Nation” in 2001. So, here goes new wave of this century, and smartest way of performing business. CONTACT INFORMATION: Mina Baller firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.expertisers.com
Why Web Designers & Webmasters Should Promote Themselves as Problem-Written by Bonnie Lowe
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Here are some more advertising tips:
• Tell EVERYONE that you are starting a web site design business and are looking for clients. • Contact your local newspaper and tell them about your new business that offers services to community. Sometimes human-interest stories like this are just what they’re looking for. • Write articles about importance of web sites in promoting business on Internet, and submit them to newspaper, Chamber of Commerce newsletters, and any other sources you can think of.
You must understand importance of promoting yourself and your services; it’s a key element of a successful business. But don’t spend all of your time talking about your business; spend most of it listening to other people. Build rapport. Get people to identify you as someone who understands their business needs. Keep focus on them, find out what they need to make their business better, and then tell them how you can help them get it!
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Bonnie Lowe is a copywriter specializing in Internet/web site marketing.