Careers Online - Starting a Small Business

Written by Austin Culley

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Ref - “The Newbie's Guide to Personal Computer Maintenance” 5) Choose a domain that is short, yet specific to what it is you intend to do with your business. Do not pay for any less than a two-year term. You have to allow yourself more than a year to succeed. Choose a web host that caters to commerce. Never ever choose a free hosting package for a business. 6) If you don’t have any experience with web design, sign up to receive newsletters from any web design source and browse forums for answers to your questions. Ref - “The Newbie’s Guide to Small Business Web Design” 7) Once you have bought your domain and begun building your business, make a point to be thorough with regards torepparttar basics of web design, such as having rich content, and acquiring inbound links to your site. The “backend” of your web site, meaningrepparttar 148005 placement of keywords and tags, will eventually help your inevitable success. Be a perfectionist here, but don’t spend too much of your time trying to be #1 onrepparttar 148006 search engines. Let your future webmaster worry about that.

The key point to remember here is to allow yourself time to succeed without wasting time trying to be a millionaire tomorrow. Plan to be in business for fifty years, and go from there. Save your first home page as a reminder to show downrepparttar 148007 road to your many employees as to where you were. Tell them all how you started out with nothing and maderepparttar 148008 company “what it is today” from this simple beginning.

Don’t runrepparttar 148009 human race, but break free fromrepparttar 148010 rat race, by making your move.

Austin Culley is the Chief Operating Officer for Oil-Net.Com Inc.

Employment and relationships with co workers

Written by Josh Nay

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manipulated with a sexual pretext. Not a very hard-drawn line in my opinion. But, sexual harassment is a problem as well as relationships among co-workers, oftenrepparttar latter magically transforming intorepparttar 148004 former. Keeping a respectable distance fromrepparttar 148005 lives of your peers at work is repparttar 148006 key. How you present yourself to them will directly influence how they respond towards you. If you show interest in their life away from work, and start developing a relationship, emotions and insecurities will soon start influencing your interactions, andrepparttar 148007 main problem will be repparttar 148008 fact that neither of you will be aware of it. Our thoughts are modified by our feelings allrepparttar 148009 time and when that happens it seems everybody sees it but us. Be friendly but not overtly open, avoid pet names and personal e-mails with co-workers. Always keep in mindrepparttar 148010 fact that they will respond to how you associate with them. I’m not saying having friends at work will get you fired, im just demonstrating how sometimes over-friendliness can be Detrimental to your success.

Josh Nay Employment 4u

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