Guidelines for Writing for the Media

Does writing for the media have you chewing on the end of your pencil? The following guidelines are good to follow in any kind of writing you do. However, they become particularly pertinent when writing for the media. They should […]Continue reading «Guidelines for Writing for the Media»

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How to Sell Yourself in a Job Interview

OK! I stole this from www.dummies.com but I thought every point was valid. So I decided to share it with you. I guess that not all entrepreneurs are out looking for work but some are and others should be looking for […]Continue reading «How to Sell Yourself in a Job Interview»

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Ten Ways to Close the Sale

1)      Ask for the order…70% of salespeople do not. 2)    Always give the customer/client a choice of two different product/services, either one of which is fine with you. Otherwise their decision is between yes and no. 3)      Always be closing […]Continue reading «Ten Ways to Close the Sale»

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Eight Inexpensive Marketing Strategies

From: www.robertsontraininggroup.com In a recent marketing workshop I attended, I discovered that most business owners rely on just two or three marketing strategies to attract new business. However, there is a multitude of ways to drive new business to your […]Continue reading «Eight Inexpensive Marketing Strategies»

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Key Elements of a Sales Agreement

It is vital that a written agreement be established spelling out specific services to be provided, when, at what price and other pertinent terms. This written document initially can be the Sales Proposal and then be modified to be the […]Continue reading «Key Elements of a Sales Agreement»

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Improve Your Chances For a Loan

Getting a small business loan is not easy. Here are some tips from Robert Seiwert that offer a glimpse into how bankers think. 1. Get to know bankers at several institutions. Find out which banks in your area make loans […]Continue reading «Improve Your Chances For a Loan»

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Tips for an Effective Home-Based Business

You cannot operate a business at home successfully if you try to do it in a casual, ill-planned way. First, find out if you are suited for a business in a domestic environment. To be successful, you must treat your […]Continue reading «Tips for an Effective Home-Based Business»

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Three Quick Steps to Finding New Customers

Step1: Determine unique characteristics, approximate size and location of your trading area. How far will your average customer travel? The Statistics Family Expenditure Survey can identify what the average household spends on goods and services. Population forecasts for your area […]Continue reading «Three Quick Steps to Finding New Customers»

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Cash Flow

What is cash flow, and why is it important? Simply, cash flow shows how cash comes into and goes out of a business. Cash flow statements report where money comes from, where it goes and when the cash flows occur. […]Continue reading «Cash Flow»

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Four Businesses Named SCORE Greater Cincinnati Clients of the Year

Contact: Melinda Zemper Sept. 24, 2014 Phone: (513) 706-3737| Email: mzemper@fuse.net Four Businesses Named SCORE Greater Cincinnati Clients of the Year Cincinnati and national SCORE celebrate 50th birthday A nonprofit that builds self-esteem in girls through art, video production studio, […]Continue reading «Four Businesses Named SCORE Greater Cincinnati Clients of the Year»

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