If you’re running your first home business, you’ve likely put a website on the internet to promote your products and services. This is a great first step, but your job as your own webmaster isn’t quite done yet
Customers respond well to newsletters because they can trust that information sent via email is not spam but rather comes from someone they trust and have faith in.
As an entrepreneur running a home-based business, you may have cause to regularly host meetings with your clients. Consultants, designers, and many other types of business owners can benefit from speaking directly to the customer. Whether you invite clients into your home office or conduct conversations through virtual meetings, it is important to prepare a professional and welcoming atmosphere.
Guest post by Ethel Lair A Beginner's Guide to Building and Managing a Remote Freelance Team As a business owner, you want to have the best possible people on your team so that your business has the best chance for success and continued growth. Taking advantage of the growing remote freelancer market makes good business … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Building and Managing a Remote Freelance Team
If you’re a parent with a disability, you likely spend a lot of time at home. Between managing your parenting responsibilities and navigating the daily challenges posed by your disability, it can be tough to find paying work that offers the flexibility you need.
Guest blog by Emma Grace Brown If you are between ages 40 and 65, you may be experiencing a mid-life crisis if you question your life's purpose, feel apathetic, or think that your most significant achievements are behind you. This phenomenon usually accompanies a significant life event such as a loved one's death, divorce, or … Continue reading How to Make It Through a Mid-Life Crisis
Do you have an amazing idea for a new business but don't know where to start? These five steps will help you bring your startup ideas to life.
they don’t think that they have the space to set up a suitable office. However, if you own your home, then you might have a chance to transform your garage into a great workspace.
We all love craft fairs. They are a fun way to spend an afternoon and an even better way to earn an income if you’ve got a side hustle producing goods to sell.
A home office should be quiet and distraction free. Unfortunately, that’s difficult to achieve when your family is home while you work. If your home lacks a dedicated office or spare bedroom, look to out-of-the-way spaces like attics, basements, and garages.