Clueless? 10 Things Your Business Simply Can’t Miss!

May 4th, 2013 by issa

invoicingEvery dollar counts. This is more than a mere fact in any business, big or small. There are days when everything was inked ledger. With modern technology comes innovative ways of making invoices and estimates. It’s always about the fastest solution that gets you paid in a fraction of a second. In other words, it’s all about CONVENIENCE. Read the rest of this entry »

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Hate Billing?

April 27th, 2013 by issa

Hate BillingAdmit It! You don’t like reading bills, so much more on making a bill yourself.  All those numbers and details can give you so much headache as if you just had a bad hangover.  Doing your invoices can be a very messy affair.  No wonder many still dread getting into the number game with their calculators, papers, and pens.  When getting paid or paying someone is a major part of doing business, big or small, is there a more simple process for you to work on?

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Online Invoicing for the Savvy Freelancer

April 20th, 2013 by issa

Invoicing for FreelancersYou may be a seasoned freelance expert, but that doesn’t mean you have already mastered the art of invoicing.  Who loves Math, anyway? Making your invoice on paper or on the Web is not a fun task to do.  If you want to get paid for all those long weekends of work without play, you need to reinforce the habit of doing your billing right.  It’s high time to get that paycheck and grab yourself some rewards for your hard work. Read the rest of this entry »

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Online Invoicing: Myths Busted

April 6th, 2013 by issa

MythsIf you were to be asked to do your entire invoices online, would you do it?  Perhaps, there’s a tiny voice of doubt inside your head telling you not to.  Going paperless and doing your bills purely online is something that many are not yet prepared to do.  For this reason, we see the failure of having a 100% paperless office, even after a decade of having positive thoughts about it.  The answer is simple:  We are humans.  We love to hold tangible things and we don’t trust something we can’t physically touch or see. Read the rest of this entry »

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Simplicity: The New Mantra on the World Wide Web

September 14th, 2010 by issa

"effective web site"Less is More… Don’t we love hearing these words? Imagine yourself going to a restaurant, where the waiter handed you the menu – only it is 520 pages thick. Your confusion will overpower your need to eat as you try to make a choice. In any business, making your customers confused is a great way to push them away… for good. So, what will make things better? If in doubt, it’s always best to keep things SIMPLE. Read the rest of this entry »

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Are You Ready to Unplug?

August 19th, 2010 by issa

"save energy"Last July, we wrote a small note on our Facebook page about ” What You Don’t Know About Papers. ” The stats written there left me utterly… disgusted. How can we still turn a blind eye on what’s happening to our environment today? For example, did you know that if all our newspapers were recycled, we could save about 250,000,000 trees each year? And who needs newspaper these days? There are plenty of paperless ways of getting the scoop without cutting down all those trees.
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What’s in a Word?

August 12th, 2010 by issa

"copywriting"From Abracadabra to J.K. Rowling’s Avada Kedavra, the power of words can bring in $3.5 billion dollars worth of box office tickets worldwide. That’s a Fact! How many times do we hear people say, ‘never underestimate the power of words.’ Techie startups and nimble firms have been harnessing the same power to control the Web unlike anything we’ve seen before. We see a simple sales copy page converting into millions of dollars in revenues. Is that even possible? YES. If you know how to write a copy that sells like pancakes. Read the rest of this entry »

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Greenovation at Work

August 4th, 2010 by issa

"green office"Last time, we talked about 30 ways you can go green even on a tight budget. Green is not an over-hyped buzzword these days. It is not even a fancy option for the elite. To go green means to take a shot to make our planet a better place. It may sound cliché, but your actions can really make a difference, not to mention that it save you money. Whether you run your enterprise at home or at the office, it’s never too late to wipe off your carbon footprint – for good.
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Which Brand Are You?

July 27th, 2010 by issa

"branding"In today’s competitive world, your business brand is more than just a pretty logo and unique name. A few years back when social media was born, many believed that crafting words into print and digital media would work. As consumers begin to demand more transparency on the Web, it’s simply not enough to talk the ‘talk.’ You have to engage people and have meaningful conversations. In the age of social media, creating a buzz is like sharing a 14″ pizza with your audience; You can’t eat it all. Read the rest of this entry »

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Going Green on a Budget?

July 20th, 2010 by issa

"Green Living"Great things start from small beginnings. If you want to make a difference in this world, start with yourself and your home. Who says that green living is only for the rich? Anyone who has the common sense can go green, even on a tight budget. It’s all about perceptions! Here are 30 of my all-time favorite tips on living green while penny-pinching: Read the rest of this entry »

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