I Know It Said Free But A Business Has Cost.

Written by Anthony Russell


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You should always rememberrepparttar reasons why you started your own business and stay focused. Success usually comes after continued effort but be smart in your efforts. Planning is a very big part of anyones success so think out what it is you want to accomplish on a regular basis (Time Management). Do a calendar to plan you time out so that you see what has to be done daily, weekly, and so on. You need to make a plan and stick to it even throughrepparttar 116982 times that when you ask yourself Why did I Start This? Now that I got that of my chest I guess I need to do an article on time management. That will come out later inrepparttar 116983 year.

When setting goals keep this in mind they should be ones that are realistic, attainable and measurable. one ofrepparttar 116984 best way to do this is to always write down your goals. Yes write them down then map a plan of action using these guidelines in setting goals. Trust me I used it for many years in business and with others to help them understand how to accomplish a certain goal. The better you get to knowrepparttar 116985 hows and whys in reaching your goalsrepparttar 116986 easier it is to reach them. Rememberrepparttar 116987 goals you set are what you want to accomplish whether they are business related or personal. I have said this to many people and will say it again here Always Keep You Goals Real.

Hopefully this shorten version of my lesson will help you either in getting started or just in setting goals.

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Anthony Russell isrepparttar 116988 editor of Self Employment Internet Style. Anthony has over twenty-five years of experience inrepparttar 116989 management field. For more on Home Business related articles and information. Visited his web site at: Self Employment Internet Style at: http:// www.2interbiz.com

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Anthony Russell is the editor of Self Employment Internet Style. Anthony has over twenty-five years of experience in the management field. For more on Home Business related articles and information. Visited his web site at: Self Employment Internet Style at: http:// www.2interbiz.com


Now That You Have Subscribers, How Do You Keep Them?

Written by Dan J. Fry


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Another excellent source for articles is newsgroups. I use this method of promotion for my own articles at least weekly. Go to Yahoo! and create an account for Yahoo! Groups. Once logged in simply go torepparttar group category of your choosing. There are hundreds to thousands of submitted articles which you can reprint. Make sure to abide byrepparttar 116981 authors guidelines and resource box.

As long as you offer valid content most of your subscribers will stick with you. If you are just starting out I recommend you focus only on content in your newsletter for at least a few months. After this initial period you can begin advertising withinrepparttar 116982 content. Take it slow at first. Above all else, do not allow your newsletter become a sales pitch. Trust me when I say that your subscribers have a keen sense of smell for this. So, what are you waiting for?! Get torepparttar 116983 content!

Dan J. Fry is an independent researcher and owner of e-Kinetic.com, a site devoted to providing resources for small budget home businesses. He has a PhD in Physics and is married with two daughters and two cats. Subscribe to his free E-Zine on home business resources at mailto:e-kinetic@GetResponse.com or by visiting his site at http://www.e-kinetic.com. He can be reached at mailto:comp@e-kinetic.com.


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