May 26, 2020
  • May 26, 2020

How Much Damage Has the Internet Caused to Local Businesses?

by on May 19, 2020 0 In Blog

Back in the spring of 2010, I was paying my Verizon bill online when I noticed an advertisement for new cell phones offered by Verizon Wireless. I am very satisfied with my current cell phone (Samsung Glyde), but I have had this model for over two years now, and I thought that perhaps I...

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The Glue that Holds the Internet Together is Trust

by on May 15, 2020 0 In Blog

Trust is the only virtue that keeps business as usual on the net. Interesting phenomena in an unseen realm of business that, in the end, make the invisible world of the Internet a success must never be violated. Starting with the economics of the daily aspect of doing business, merchants must be reliable and...

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How to Manage Money Better Tips

by on May 12, 2020 0 In Blog

To know how to manage money, you will first have to determine how much you make each month from your own income or as collected income with a spouse. To save or keep track of the money that is coming in and out of the bank account you are going to have to be...

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Treat Your Online Writing as a Business

by on May 11, 2020 0 In Blog

In recent months I started writing articles online. I had no previous writing experience, and did not see much coming from it. I was wrong. Writing at home is a business. You should do everything to treat it as such. Use your computer area as an office. This should be your main area to...

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Grants Available for Small Business Owners

by on May 8, 2020 0 In Business

Whether you want to start a small business or are already an established business owner, you may be enticed with government grants. These grants do exist, but they are often advertised online and on television as free money for all. As previously stated, government grants do exist and many are designed for small businesses,...

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How to Deal with Plantar Fasciitis

by on May 5, 2020 0 In Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis, or policeman’s heel, occurs when the plantar fascia, the tissue which connects the heel bone to the toes, is inflamed.  This common cause of heel pain is often felt when standing for a long period of time, getting up from a seated or reclined position, climbing stairs and intense activity that puts...

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