It takes a lot of work to start a successful business from scratch. Your business strategy is the foundation that you’ll build on. The more thought and planning you put into that strategy, the higher the chances for your business to become successful and grow steadily. In this guest post, by Heather Redding, you will learn the best way to formulate a strategy for your business.
Imagine for a second that you and your best friend have decided to go on a road trip together. Now, you might do one of two things. You could just get in a car and start driving without a map, supplies, or any sense of direction. The odds of you guys getting anywhere are slim to none.
On the other hand, you could plan the whole thing out from the beginning. You could plot the best route, prepare necessary supplies, and take precautionary measures in case something unforeseen happens, such as the car breaking down in the middle of nowhere.
If you wish to build your own e-commerce business, as an extra source of income or as an alternative to your 9-5 job, and aren’t sure how or where to start, in this guest post, by Michelle Laurey, you will learn the important things you need to start and run your own successful home-based e-commerce business.
Thanks to the internet, it is easier than ever to launch and build a business from the ground up, from the comfort of your home, and expand your earning potential with lower startup costs.
Not everyone is suited to the 9-5 lifestyle. With eCommerce, you can work wherever you are, whenever you want. All you need is a phone, laptop, and a strong network connection.
If you are a freelancer or a small business owner, handling your finances and properly setting up a financial plan will save you a lot of time and money, and will save you from possible financial troubles as well. In this guest post, by Rachel Marcelle, you will learn how to properly organize your finances through the 6 most important financial services.
2019 is winding down, and the gig economy is still a hot topic.
People are questioning whether the freedom of not being employed full-time is an advantage to gig workers who crave work-life balance, or whether they are being taken advantage of by companies that want to avoid paying consistent wages and employee benefits.