How To Price An Ebook

Amazon Vs. Kobo: Which Is Better For Price And Value?

By Kim Staflund

Last year, a major milestone was reached in the ebook industry: self-published authors began taking home the bulk of all author earnings generated on Amazon.com, eclipsing those represented by major traditional publishers.

There has never been more opportunity in human history to publish a book. However, many questions linger for how to maximize a book project. What’s an appropriate price point for an ebook?

Find Your Zen during Tax Season

By Jennifer Hutchison, Expert Content Specialist

Running a small or home-based business can be extremely rewarding, but it’s about more than just making sure that deadlines are met and that enough products are sold. Sometimes the little things, like staying organized and up-to-date for the tax season, can get overlooked.

The Key to Successful Selling in a Home-Based Business

Become A Priority!

By Sales Coach Nathan Jamail

Why is it that a sales professional’s number one priority is to close the sale and yet buying the product is the prospective customer’s last priority? Your product or service cannot become a customer’s number 1 priority until you understand the customer's priorities.

Selecting the Right Business Partner

Partners need to be responsible for the consequences of their behavior…
By Marvin Snider, Ph.D., Organizational Consultant

A successful partnership depends on each partner’s ability to follow through on commitments in a timely way.

Slash Your Home Office Bills

It’s the Monthly Bills that Really Add Up
By Carla Firey Shives

The one-time cost of your desk and computer may seem pricey, but it's those monthly bills that really add up. In fact, services like long distance, Internet, and a fax line can total $100 or more each month—and that doesn't include other regular expenses like toner and paper.

 

Shift Change

Balancing Work and Home for Whole-Life Success
By Ellen Schack

Create and commit to boundaries that keep work and home life separate.

Today’s driven success-minded professional strives to "have it all" — and do it all — with respect to his personal and professional life. However, all too often, this shotgun effort leads to disappointing results on many, if not all, fronts. The complexity lies in creating abundance in your professional life while still being able to relax and enjoy your personal life to its fullest.

 

Low Cost Advertising Plan

Get Your New Business "Out There" and Known at Minimal Advertising Cost

By Christopher J. Bachler

You can’t expect business to come to you. You must go after it. And the most effective way is through advertising. Of course that costs money. But that shouldn’t be a deterrent, because there are lots of simple strategies for getting your message out without breaking your bank.

Eight Must-Know Tips to Grow Your Business

The following are eight essential tips for shaping a good idea into a great business:

1. “You can’t build a business like a hobby project.”
 

Success Story: Cancer Survivor to Thriving Cause-Conscious CEO

From cancer survivor to thriving cause-conscious CEO, Scott Petinga’s “what’s possible?” attitude makes him one of the top skyrocketing social-preneurs to watch. 

Petinga has whole- heartedly adopted a socially conscious business model for his various business endeavors, living up to his philosophy--born during his time in the Marines--that “nobody ever drowned in sweat!”

Employed Yet Looking: Eight Tips for Keeping Your Job Search Confidential

By Peter K. Studner, Expert Career Counselor

Now that the job market is improving, more and more workers are hoping to make a career change. Here, Peter K. Studner shares advice about how to conduct a job search campaign while keeping your efforts confidential from your current employer.

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Management

Determine the Best Legal Business Structure for Your Business
By Kurt English, Esq.

As the owner of a sole proprietorship, you will have unlimited personal liability When you start a business, you should consider what type of structure you want.

Business Start-Up

Follow these Seven Guidelines

1. Research: For products you love, relate to, and wish to sell; Competition – what your chances are of succeeding in that market; Suppliers – who you can find that product for a good price from

Home Office Set-Up

10 Ways to Set Up Yours for Under $100

By Kristina Wyatt

Whether you have an entire room to dedicate as your office, or just a small corner of your bedroom to call your own, the home office is an integral piece of any home-based business. Setting up this space doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg; follow these steps below to create the gorgeous, functional office you dream of, on a budget.

Success Stories

It's not often that the story behind a great product begins with nomadic warriors on the plains of Africa, but for Cooper and Kid's founder, Nichole Smaglick, that is exactly where the story began.

Marketing

Get Your New Business "Out There" and Known at Minimal Advertising Cost

By Christopher J. Bachler

You can’t expect business to come to you. You must go after it. And the most effective way is through advertising. Of course that costs money. But that shouldn’t be a deterrent, because there are lots of simple strategies for getting your message out without breaking your bank.

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