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Jobs come and go, but your need for a good income will never go away. So what can you do if you get fired, made redundant, or simply don’t have a paying job right now? Believe it or not, more and more people are earning a good living by setting up for themselves. And yes, they can do it with little more than their home laptop. Here’s how to get started: view full post »Read More →

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Being self-employed is a dream come true for a lot of us. It gives you a chance to run your own business, your way, make money for yourself and work flexible hours that suit you. People work for themselves in a variety of different careers. Some start their own ecommerce or brick and mortar stores; others work for themselves in graphic design and photography, or they carve careers as bloggers or freelance writers. Some people even make successful careers as consultants or tutors. view full post »Read More →

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One of the hardest parts of running a company at the start is learning to factor in the human equation of it all. The right product and the right brand are the basis of a profitable company, but it’s very much the team that’s going to dictate whether or not you can really make a real attempt at it. To that end, managing a team can be truly difficult, but amongst all the other benefits, the right software can simplify the process a great deal. view full post »Read More →

Just because you have a small business, it doesn’t mean it’s small fry. In fact, it’s probably one of the most important things in the world to you. Combine that with the fact that most businesses, even the smallest ones rely heavily on IT now, and you start to see the importance of getting all things computers and online, spot on. So with this mind, read on for some epic advice on getting your small business IT to be the best it can be. view full post »Read More →