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[2001-11-16] Creating An Online Communtiy
If you are in an online business with your own web site, it would help greatly to build an online community with your visitors. The pathway to a good online community is to build trust in your visitors, your future customers. Here's a simple formula to get you started.

[2001-11-12] The Value of SelfTeaching in Home-Based Marketing
When I became a music teacher, I thought I had learned enough in college to be an expert in my profession. Was I in for a rude awakening. After a short stint I realized what's more valuable in teaching is what they fail to teach you in college - what you learn on your own on the job.

[2001-11-12] The Value of Self-Teaching in Home-Based Marketing
When I became a music teacher, I thought I had learned enough in college to be an expert in my profession. Was I in for a rude awakening. After a short stint I realized what's more valuable in teaching is what they fail to teach you in college - what you learn on your own on the job.

[2001-11-11] Seeing From Your Customer's Point of View: Six Ways to Increase Sales
The better you can describe your best customers, the more products and services you can sell. How do you do that? Know Your Customer What newspapers, magazines, and e-zines do they read? What topics interest them most? What groups or associations do they belong to?

[2001-11-10] The Single Least Expensive Yet Most Valuable Way to Upgrade Your Computer's Performance
Is your computer not what it used to be? I bet when you bought it, it was top of the line, wasn't it? Well, I can almost guarantee it's not anymore! At the current rate of development, it probably lacked the most modern advances by the time you got it out of box.

[2001-11-05] Switching from MS Office to Star Office - Should You?
It's no wonder that interest is increasing in alternatives to Microsoft. Many of Microsoft’s loyal customers are scratching their heads over the new licensing plan that requires an annual fee from product users. In return for additional fees, customers have the opportunity to purchase support agreements at reduced rates. Not only are "purchasers" suddenly transformed into "subscribers," but they must also commit to purchasing upgrades far in advance. Does that seem fair? Quite a few Microsoft customers don’t think so. And it’s pretty clear why they don’t – not only do they need to purchase software, but now they have to pay to use it every year, and as a reward they get a discount on a service they more than likely don’t use anyway.

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