April 27th, 2008
By Thursday Bram
Many of us choose to work from home because we want to run our own businesses, avoid the stress of the office or create a more flexible schedule. Very few of us work at home to entirely avoid people. If we aren’t careful, that’s just what we end up doing, though. But most […]
April 25th, 2008
Eliza Ferree at Baby Lune writes about two blogs with similar names - Momologue vs Mamalogues.
Mamalogues trademarked her name in 2004. A trademark is different to registering a business name.
The trademark give the owner of Mamalogues the right to use the name in the same way as Coca Cola owns the trademark to that […]
April 13th, 2008
Productivity in one’s home business, the April theme at Home Biz Notes, seems to be a topic on other blogs as well. I found a very useful tip at Slacker Manager by guest blogger, Sandy Renshaw, Know When You’re In The Red.
It’s one of those simple measures that makes one wonder, “Why didn’t I think of that?” I […]
April 11th, 2008
I’ve been exploring how Twitter could be used as a business tool. It’s been interesting learning from others and observing how they use it too. Laura Spencer of Business and Blogging and Work From Home Momma has been using Twitter as a research tool.
She posed questions (tweets) in the Twitter conversation thread about co-working, the […]
April 11th, 2008
Press releases “shout” the news about your business and provide free promotion. However, there are various techniques for writing press releases that catch attention and gain you recognition.
So…how do you produce press releases for various occasions that will be most effective?
Joan Stewart, at The Publicity Hound web site, provides a series of tutorials and tips for writing […]
March 27th, 2008
When discussing various types of home based businesses and writing about them, I’d never thought to include non-profits. Tom Durso, at 501 (c) Files made me aware of this in his post, A Great Resource for Home-Based Nonprofiteers.
How many nonprofits, I wonder, start at someone’s kitchen table, with a couple of committed people hatching an […]
March 22nd, 2008
Are we facing a recession? Are we in the midst of one? Or is it simply media generated based on a few facts?
Whatever else you think, you’ll find that oil has reached a new high on the world market. Thus, with this increasing price of fuel, whether for transportation or heating, and translating into higher costs […]
March 13th, 2008
Take One Step Forward Every Day
Sometimes we get so caught up in extraneous activities and commitments that we struggle to find time to do more than maintain our home business. We scurry through the routine, but wonder if we aren’t simply treading in place.
Yvonne Russell, co-blogger here and blogger at Small Biz Mentor, has a […]
March 1st, 2008
One of our readers mentioned she wanted to start a typing business at home and wondered how to begin. With students learning typing in schools, often beginning in third grade and doing much of their written work on the computer, there aren’t the number of people unable to type nowadays that there once were.You may […]
February 28th, 2008
I imagine most business people have their lists, and an important one notes their tasks or items to get done TODAY. Some people prioritize and put the urgent tasks at the top; others arrange alphabetically; or you may designate them with times (like appointments) during the day.
You might have a notebook and jot down your list daily […]