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What to Sell for Your Mail Order Business

This article has been excerpted fromStart Your Own Mail Order Businessby Rich Mintzer, available from SmallBizBooks. com. To be successful in any business, you must define your own special market, one where a genuine need or desire for your products or services exists and one where the competition isn't overwhelming. To do so, you will want to conduct your own due diligence--or do your homework so to speak, to determine how full the market is and where you can make a dent. You want to carve a niche, but not one that is so small that your family is your only buying market.

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Celebrating Canadian work at home moms since 2004!

May 28, 2016By Britt Raposo We are on the hunt for Canadian work at home moms that are open to become a WAHM Canada contributor. Do you have the writing bug want to get your name out there? Do you wish to expand your network, build a portfolio, and create followers? We are looking for volunteer wahm contributors (bloggers & {Read More…} May 8, 2016By Britt Raposo The Work at Home Mom’s Mother’s Day Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and for those of us who work from home it might seem like it will be just another day. Another day of juggling clients and naptime, cleaning and invoices.

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Thank-You Card Wording Ideas

Other than hearing “I love you,” there are probably no more appreciated words than a meaningful “thank you. ” No matter the situation, you can never go wrong with a simple “thank you,” so sending thank-you cards is a great way to bolster relationships and express your appreciation for those who have been there for you, supported you, and helped you get to where you are today. Sometimes, however, saying “thank you” is easy but coming up with the rest of your thank-you card wording is difficult. To help you say “thank you” with meaning, you can glean inspiration from the following examples of meaningful thank-you card wording.

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How a Stay-at-Home Mom Built a Million-Dollar Business (from Her Living Room) through Passionate Online Marketing

 Kelly Lester’s business is hugely successful (she’s on track to make $1. 5 million in 2013) and it came straight from the kitchen. She’s built her brand by working closely with bento bloggers and other diehard fans of her product. And, at the center of her business strategy is a surprising secret — Pinterest. Kelly needed a solution to one her most pressing problems — she was looking for a quick, easy ways to create healthy, interesting lunches for her three kids. So she developed EasyLunchboxes, a slick, easily washable lunchbox set. She also managed to introduce her product into a very (ahem) hungry market.

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5 Business Ideas for Fashion Fanatics

Credit: joyfull/Shutterstock If fashion is your passion, then there are plenty of ways to turn it into a career. You don't have to be a model or a well-established designer to make fashion pay; the possibility of turning your fashion sense into entrepreneurship is far more real than you might think. Only a select few will ever make it to the runway, but plenty of fashionable startup opportunities await. They all take hard work and a great eye for fashion, but most have very small startup budgets. Here are five startup ideas for the entrepreneurial fashionista.

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Letter Topics

Accept an honor Accept and express appreciation for a suggestion Thank a doctor or health care facility Thank a religious leader Give personal compliments or praise Appeal to higher authorities when complaint letters don't work Complain about a faulty delivery or a shipping error Complain about receiving damaged goods Complain about poor facilities or equipment Complain about harassment Complain to a neighbor or a landlord Complain about an unfair insurance payment or settlement Complain about community problems Complain about a billing error Complain about overdue work or poor workmanship Complain about laws, policies, or inefficiencies Complain about poor service or a faulty product Complain about a delay in an order Complain about a radio or television broadcast Complain about an employee who has given poor or offensive service Complain to a club or organization Correct an official's mistake on your taxes Delegate follow-up on a complaint from a customer Demand satisfaction on a mail order transaction gone bad (suspected mail fraud) Disagree about benefits (social security, retirement, insurance, etc.

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Internet/eBay Headline | Business Idea Center

Business Idea Center Feed your collecting soul with a store that buys, sells and trades collectible coins and stamps. Category: Recreation Startup Costs: $10,000 - $50,000 Home Based: Can be operated from home. Part Time: Can be operated part-time. Franchises Available? No Online Operation? Yes As technology advances at record speed, providing the occasional update may be the right niche for you. Category: Computers Startup Costs: $10,000 - $50,000 Home Based: Can be operated from home. Franchises Available? Yes Online Operation? No Use your design skills to lay out a business in publishing.

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10 Small Business Ideas for the Philippines in 2015

photo credit: Incase. As a Filipino, it can be hard to find a regular job. According to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), the unemployment rate is slowly rising, with 7. 5% or an estimated of 2. 9 million individuals without a place of work compared to 7. 1% in January 2013. The Philippines has few industries and graduates have a hard time finding a job they like. Most of them end up stacking shelves at local supermarkets or working as cashiers, jobs that could hardly be seen as suitable for someone who has just graduated from university.

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10 Small Business Ideas for Pinoys With Small Capital - RachFeed

Many Pinoys decide to give up their regular jobs just to get a taste of what’s it’s like to be their own boss. Being an entrepreneur is something many Filipinos aspire to be as they have the opportunity to be fully compensated for what they work for, get to control their own work schedule, and make the most important decisions for their business. However, the number one consideration in setting up a small business in the country is the capital. Several Pinoys are daunted by their belief that businesses need large capital in order to be successful.

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What are some business ideas in the education sector?

There will always be a demand for new knowledge and information. What is it that you are an expert at?  What are you qualified, experienced or absolutely passionate about?  Creating online courses is an extremely lucrative business and it also gives back to the world. It opens up access to education that might not otherwise be available to students due to geographical location; it increases your profits as there are no overheads such as venue hire and it makes your business super scalable as you can train thousands of people from all over the world all at once whilst you’re sipping a pina colada on the Gili Islands (I do this a lot!).

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