Tracking Expenses The Old Fashioned Way

teThe best hint anyone ever gave me for keeping track of my business expenses was decidedly low-tech. A writing buddy, complaining about how disorganized she was with her records, mentioned that she just threw all of her receipts into a …

 

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Registering Users Can Mean Solid Profits

nurBefore you start registering users of your company’s Web site, experts say you should ask two questions: What do you want to know, and how can you help your prospects by knowing it?

The result of the Web registration process …

 

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Marketers Take The Baton

mttbAs the era of cost-cutting to raise profits draws to an inevitable end, companies are starting to cast about for new ways to boost the bottom line.

The result: A renewed focus on marketing-driven top-line revenue growth, say executives at …

 

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Saving $23 Billion Isn’t Easy

fotnComputers haven’t given us a paperless office yet–but maybe telecommunications will help to take some cars and trucks off the highways. After all, America’s transportation infrastructure is facing a crisis, with demand far exceeding supply. What it we–the people using …

 

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Get Yourself Telecommuting!

gytImagine that your employer has just said you can work from home two days a week, or two weeks a month. That is, you can try such a work arrangement and later make it permanent if there aren’t any problems. …

 

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