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How to Sell on Walmart Marketplace

Walmart is one of the world’s largest retailers. And with more and more consumers shopping online these days, getting your products on can be a major benefit. The process for selling on Walmart Marketplace differs from selling your products in physical Walmart stores. But this gives sellers the option to reach tons of online buyers. You can sell a huge variety of products on Walmart sellers also enjoy the freedom to manage their own shop policies, products, and fulfillm...
Tags: Amazon, Sales, Startup, Walmart, Customer, UPC, DepositPhotos, Walmart Stores, GTIN, eBay Etsy, Walmart Marketplace, Walmart Marketplace Items, Walmart Seller Center, Walmart API, Seller Center, Walmart Connect Center

Factors to Consider before Purchasing a Cloud-Based Accounting Software

Whether a small business or a big one, managing finances can turn out to be quite frustrating. With the introduction of cloud accounting applications, accounting has become quite easy. Such financial solutions help you manage multiple accounting functionalities, including invoicing, billing, bookkeeping, payroll, inventory management, and many more.  However, before purchasing the best cloud-based accounting software for your business, several factors need to be considered. Here, we would ...
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What you should know about Nifty Share Prices. 

Nifty50 is India’s top stock market index and is the official benchmark of the National Stock Exchange. India has two major stock exchanges, the National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange which have Sensex as its official index.  Nifty50 comprises the country’s 50 most actively traded stocks that reflect upon 13 different sectors of the economy including I.T, Energy, Minerals, Metals, Pharmaceutical, Media, Entertainment, and other consumer goods.  SGX Nifty SGX Nifty or the Singapore S...
Tags: India, Sales, More, Index, NSE Nifty, Nifty, Sensex, National Stock Exchange, Bombay Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange India, Singapore Stock Exchange Nifty, Singapore Stock Exchange SGX Nifty, SGX Nifty, Nifty Nifty

6 ways to protect your data when travelling abroad

Let’s face it, traveling isn’t as easy as it used to be. It’s not just about packing a suitcase full of vacation clothes, a new book or magazines. Today, most of us can barely leave our homes without a laptop, a tablet, a smartphone, or two and a camera. While smart devices have become an important part of our lives and vital for getting by, there is a problem. Your safety and privacy are even more at risk when you travel. Safety has to become just as crucial as your personal safety and prote...
Tags: London, Sales, More, Taiwan, Netflix, Vpn, Starbucks, Pandora YouTube

The Qualities to Look for When Hiring a Sales Manager

Hiring is never a simple process, and it becomes even more intensive when hiring managerial positions. These are the leaders of your team — the people who inspire and motivate.  The procedure of hiring a sales manager is multi-layered because it’s a position that involves many different hats. Depending on the size of your organization, a sales manager may have several people under them. They must exhibit impeccable organizational and leadership skills.  With so many people applying for jobs t...
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How to Scale Your Traffic with Content Marketing

Marketers across all industries are tasked with a similar challenge: find and acquire customers at the lowest cost possible. Most businesses are prepared to throw the kitchen sink at their marketing strategy, trying everything from digital ads , email, social media, billboards, direct mailings, and more. After testing these tactics, content marketing often emerges as a viable tactic to drive leads and increase sales over time. Content marketing involves the production of engaging blog posts...
Tags: Google, Sales, Google Docs, Howto

10 Techniques for Establishing Work-Life Balance During Rapid Business Growth

As a small to medium-sized business owner, it can be challenging to find time for anything. Even in your supposed downtime, you invest time into ensuring the company runs smoothly. Work-life balance as an always-busy professional can be hard, if not impossible, to find. When you don’t focus on your well-being, however, both your health as well as your relationships can suffer. Being busy is essential for success, but so is knowing when to stake a step back. Work-Life Balance for a Growing Busi...
Tags: Time, Sales, Management, Young Entrepreneur Council YEC, Blair Williams, John Turner, Brian David Crane, Caller Smart Inc, James Simpson GoldFire Studios, Matthew Capala Alphametic, Ismael Wrixen, Dave Nevogt Hubstaff, Kristin Kimberly Marquet, James Guldan Vision Tech Team, Marquet Media LLC, Ibrahim Alkurd

Close Look at the Ways VoIP Technology Can Boost Your Marketing Strategy

When you think of the benefits that a VoIP can offer your business, you may not be considering that this is a great tool that can help you boost your marketing strategy. People across the globe use VoIP technology as a way to improve their communications with their customers worldwide. It’s easy to install and incredibly easy to use. It can be scaled as needed for your business. But, this can also be a highly effective tool for boosting your marketing strategies. Read on to learn the ways that t...
Tags: Sales, Tech, Improves Customer Service

Uber's Third Way for Independent Contractors

Uber's 18-page report, A First Step Toward A New Model For Independent Platform Work, outlines their proposal for improving the financial security of independent contractors, especially Uber drivers.  Uber's CEO also has an op-ed in the New York Times that provides highlights of the report and the reasons they issued it.  The report has a series of nine proposals from Uber.  The report chart below (click to enlarge) summarizes these. from the drivers' point of view.  Because it...
Tags: Uber, Sales, New York Times, Government Policy, Gig Economy, Independent workers, Third Way

Kanojo Okarishimasu Manga Sales Top 5 Million

The quickly elevating renown of romcom series Kanojo Okarishimasu has reached a new height as the manga has managed to sell five million copies come the arrival of August, a milestone that will doubtlessly ensure a second anime season. The series, which is serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine, was popular even before the advent of […]
Tags: Business, Sales, Anime, Announcements, Manga, Adaptations, Kanojo Okarishimasu

Make a Great First Impression in Business With These Four Techniques

Creating a professional, reputable, and trustworthy first impression is vital to the success of your small business. Here are 4 techniques that can help your business make a great first impression.
Tags: Small Business, Sales, Content Marketing, Email Marketing, Small business marketing, Startup Marketing, Marketing Design

Guest Post: Top Five Mistakes Small Business Owners are Making During Pandemic

These challenging times are a stress test for all companies.  As the owner of a debt mitigation company, I have never seen such a wide variety of issues plaguing the fiscal health of small business owners. Some businesses are open, while others are closed but trying to reopen while the remainder are waiting for the government to allow them to reopen. My company has helped almost 2,000 businesses and we have seen every issue a struggling business might face.  Patterns emerge, and the top five mis...
Tags: Business, Sales, Washington Dc, Guest Post, Irs, Southern California, Trump, Internal Revenue Service, SBA, Digital Tools, Tech Co, COVID, Access Small Business Administration SBA, Newport Beach California Joseph Meuse


Forecasting trends has to be the ultimate poison chalice in these uncertain times, but we’ve highlighted three major trends to weaponise your marketing strategy for the rest of 2020.It’s Christmas – but not as we know it According to the latest research Santa (ahem) will be buying his gifts differently this year. So, if your business relies on the gifting market or you just need a really good festive season to fill your bank balance, then this is one major trend it’s good to know. Pundits are pr...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Digital, Sales, Santa, Tik Tok

Franchise Direct Enhances Webpage Focused On Home-Based Franchises For Sale

New Post From The Franchise King® Franchise Direct, a strategic partner of mine since…I don’t know off-hand, years, just enhanced the home-based franchises for sale webpage on their franchise opportunity website. Check this out.  Why Did Franchise Direct Enhance Their Home-Based Franchises For Sale Webpage? Since the pandemic began rearing it’s ugly head, interest in franchise opportunities in the home-based franchise opportunity space has increased-a lot.As I noted here, “Location, Locati...
Tags: Sales, Google Alert, Franchise Purchasing, Franchise Direct, Home-based Franchises For Sale

Buick Crowns Tweener CUV Its Sales Stud

The Buick Encore GX, a larger, unrelated Encore with fewer cylinders than you’re used to, quietly appeared in the brand’s stable just as “pandemic” became every newscast’s favorite word. Like its Chevrolet Trailblazer fraternal twin, the Encore GX boasts a more spacious body than its subcompact stablemate and a brace of three-pot engines designer for […] The post Buick Crowns Tweener CUV Its Sales Stud appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Sales, General Motors, Gm, Autos, Crossovers, Buick, Buick Encore, News Blog, Encore Gx, Buick Encore GX, Tweeners

What’s the Qualified Business Income Deduction and Can You Claim It?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December of 2017. It drastically cut the corporate tax rate, but it also introduced the Qualified Business Income (QBI) deduction. The QBI deduction offers a way to lower the effective tax rate on the profits of owners of pass-through entities — trade or business where the income “passes through” to the owner’s individual tax return. These include the sole proprietorship (including independent contractors), partnerships, limited liability companies, and S cor...
Tags: Taxes, Congress, Sales, Jack, Irs, Jill, PTP, QBI, UBIA, U S Commodities

Women are Leading the Fight Against COVID-19

“Our findings show that COVID-19 outcomes are systematically and significantly better in countries led by women and, to some extent, this may be explained by the proactive policy responses they adopted. Even accounting for institutional context and other controls, being female-led has provided countries with an advantage in the current crisis.” -Supriya Garikipati, Uma Kambhampati, “Women leaders are better at fighting the pandemic“ A recent study by two economists in the United Kingdom explor...
Tags: Featured, Leadership, Germany, Angela Merkel, Women, Inspiration, Global, Sales, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Brazil, Women in Leadership, Carolyn, Lynda, Fillion, Global News

Slack for Dummies Gives Readers a Quick How-to on This Popular Collaboration Tool

Even before the pandemic forced the masses to work from home, there has been a cadre of freelancers, road warriors and digital nomads who have been working remotely.  And the one thing they all had in common was the need to collaborate with people virtually – WITHOUT using email. And this is where the Slack story begins. Slack was launched in 2013 to make collaborating easier and eliminate the dreaded, frustrating but necessary need to “deal with email.” Seven years later, Slack is so much more ...
Tags: Google, Sales, Business Books, Skype, Simon, Phil Simon, Technology Books, Phil Simon Simon, Slack for Dummies

How, Why, and When Buyers Buy

I recently heard yet another excuse as to why a buyer didn’t buy. This one was a hoot – seller/buyer misalignment. Seriously? Because the seller didn’t close a sale (That was expected by the seller? In the mythical pipeline?) there was a relationship problem? Because the buyer didn’t buy (according to the expectation of the seller?) there was a bonding problem? No. The problem stems from sellers not understanding what a buyer is. In this case, there was no buyer to be ‘misaligned’ with. FROM PE...
Tags: Sales, Buying Decision Team, Sharon Drew Morgen, Sharon Drew, Change Facilitation, IBM Kaiser Wachovia KPMG, Buyer’s Journey

How to Manage Non- Exempt (Hourly) Employees Remotely

One of the hottest topics in small business now is what are the specific regulations around managing hourly employees remotely. While some of your team may have been working from home for years, there has never been a situation where your entire hourly workforce are outside the office until COVID 19 pandemic. Jaime Lizotte of ComplyRight on Managing Remote Employees On the Small Business Radio Show this week, Jaime Lizotte, the HR and Tax Compliance Solutions Manager at ComplyRight talks abou...
Tags: Sales, Management, Jamie, Jaime, Jaime Lizotte, Small Business Radio Show, COVID, Tax Compliance Solutions

16 Things You Should Never Say When You’re Negotiating

When you’re negotiating a deal, a misinterpreted tone or poorly chosen words could ruin an otherwise successful conversation. Sometimes you may not know even which phrases might turn a deal sour. That’s why we asked 16 members of Young Entrepreneur Council the following question: Business is all about making the right deals, but it’s not always easy. What’s one thing you should never say while negotiating if you want to be successful? Why? 1. Your profit margin One thing to be aware of when...
Tags: Florida, Sales, Sales & Marketing, Negotiation, Young Entrepreneur Council, Don, Stephanie Wells, Blair Williams, YEC, Leila Lewis, Andrew Schrage, Blair Thomas, Patrick Barnhill, Duran Inci, Eric Mathews Start Co, Jared Atchison

Armchair Digital Nomads Hitting the Road

"Armchair digital nomads" is the term we use to describe the millions of Americans who aren’t currently but tell us in surveys they plan on becoming one.   We call them armchair digital nomads because in the past the vast majority who say this have not followed through.  Instead, they've mostly treated digital nomadism as a spectator sport, following the exploits of real digital nomads via Facebook, Instagram, blogs, and other forms of social media. For example, in 2019,  . These number...
Tags: Sales, Road, Digital Nomads, Facebook Instagram, Armchair Digital

How to Acquire the Prospecting Mindset

I started making cold calls when I was fifteen years old. I left my job washing dishes at a large banquet center and started calling community leaders to ask them to host a bike-a-thon for a popular charity. On my first job, I learned that it was very easy to outwork the other dishwashers, especially those who were afraid of getting wet, which prevented them from working in front of the station. The dishwashers that didn’t like to handle the hot dishes coming out of the machine weren’t hard t...
Tags: Sales, Los Angeles, Prospecting

What I’ve Been Reading (August 2020)

Lots of books. 1. Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland by Patrick Keefe I was expecting a true crime story, and it is, but it’s much more. It’s a rather in depth exploration of the history of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, where 4,000 people died amidst the violence between the Catholics who wanted to unify Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland battling against the Protestants and British allies who sought to remain within the United Kingdom. It’s a tremen...
Tags: Apple, Books, London, Singapore, Sales, San Francisco, Cisco, Ireland, United Kingdom, Republic Of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Ibm, Ben Horowitz, Andreessen Horowitz, Vmware, Madoff

4 Reasons To Outsource Your Call Center Operations

Outsourcing call center operations has become a rather popular option used by many successful businesses. It’s so widespread that it has a large impact on the overall economy of the USA. If you want to find out more about how this impacts the economy, you should click here and get some more useful information. In short, the reason for the impact lies in the fact that many business owners are turning towards these services.This must get you thinking. Should you be one of those who use these servi...
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71% of Consumers More Likely to Shop at Stores Requiring Face Masks

According to research by GatherUp, 71% of customers are more likely to do business in stores that require face masks. The latest research points to a growing health concern among patrons over possibly contracting COVID-19 as businesses open up. The research analyzed by some 40,000 reviews by shoppers points to the need for businesses to heed customers’ health concerns. Because more than half (54.4%) of shoppers say they are more likely to shop at a business with strict mask policies. GatherUp ...
Tags: Home Depot, US, Sales, Dominos, Midwest, Walmart Costco, Small Business News, COVID, United States The Northeast

Small Businesses Add 63,000 Jobs in July

The ADP Report has released numbers that small businesses have hired 63,000 new staff in July 2020. In June small businesses alone had absorbed a combined 937,000 new hires showing a slowdown in new hires. The ADP Small Business Report for July, reports businesses employing between 1-19  employees hired 45,000 people in July. Those who employ between 20-49 employees have also added 18,000 new hires. The ADP classifies businesses employing up to 19 employees as ‘very small businesses.’ While tho...
Tags: US, Sales, ADP, Bureau, Small Business News, Bureau for Labor

Ensuring Black Women Entrepreneurs Come Out On the Other Side of COVID-19

Everyone needs to be thinking about how do we make sure that black women entrepreneurs come out on the other side of the COVID-19 crisis – not just survive but thrive afterwards.  They need critical information and resources to sustain themselves.  The Black Women’s Roundtable is investing in these women entrepreneurs with the launch of its Take It to The TOP Entrepreneurship Challenge.The three-month program will provide resources—and cash prizes—to promote social innovation and develop busin...
Tags: Sales, Midwest, Laurel Delaney, Women Entrepreneurs, Black Women Entrepreneurs, COVID-19, navigate COVID-19, Southeast Learn

How to Overcome the Fear of Telling Your Client No

There are two kinds of fear. One of these fears prevents you from taking action, while the other fear compels you to take action. Most people fear the wrong danger, the first danger being more detrimental than the second. Here, we will look at two different fears in sales, consultative sales, and especially complex sales. Fear of Losing the Client Much of what stops salespeople from taking the actions they should is the fear of doing something that might cause them to lose their client’s busin...
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Learn to Give Your Brand a Voice at Upcoming Zoho Event

The second Zoho Educational Webinar is titled, Establishing Your Brand Story and Voice. This is part of a series of free webinars designed to provide users with some key tools for today’s digital ecosystem. The first one, which will take place on August 26 starting from 1-1:45 p.m. EST, is about Domain and Web Hosting. The follow up will teach you how to find, incorporate, and use your brand’s voice throughout your website. According to Zoho, the goal is to increase website traffic, improve cus...
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