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Management Tips

McAfee TrustedSource Reputation Analysis

A visitor to Innovative Passive Income advised that they got this message about the site: “McAfee TrustedSource web reputation analysis found potential security risks with this site. Use with extreme caution.” Since I don’t have the coding skills to introduce anything sinister and I would never do anything sinister even if I could, this puzzled […]

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Remote Access Software – a Tool For Offshoring

I’ve posted quite a bit about using oDesk as a place to find freelance work and to hire freelancers because  I use oDesk very successfully in my real estate business.  I am amazed at the continued growth of the oDesk marketplace. Today I discovered another great and inexpensive tool to use as an oDesk contractor, […]

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Online Reputation Management

Online reputation management is a complex field involving putting out positive information about your client (or yourself) and suppressing bad information.  In a world where people check Google,  Facebook and Linked In from their smart phone before doing a deal or making a friend, online reputation management is becoming vitally important for success in business, […]

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What Businesses Should Know Before Getting a Credit Card

A guest post by Ally on establishing business credit.  Enjoy. The decision to separate personal and business spending is a big step for entrepreneurs. For many, it’s when they finally accept that they’re making serious money and are running a full-blown business. It also makes accounting simpler and steers you clear of trouble with the […]

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What is Cashflow Factoring?

Cashflow factoring is a general term for a range of closely related financing option for businesses offered by finance companies.  An alternative to bank financing or equity injections, factoring of receivables or purchase orders can offer much needed cash injections to a growing business. The company offering cashflow factoring may be called a factor. Different […]

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Remove Your Own Visits from Google Analytics

Ever notice when you work on your blog that the views go  up?  Checking pages, grabbing links, and replying to comments all add visits and page views to your Google Analytics reports, basically misleading you as to your true traffic.  This is especially true in smaller blogs and websites where the owner’s visits are noticeable.  On […]

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Is the Internet Destroying Traditional Business?

In industry after industry the internet continues to be a game changer.  How can you get ahead of the curve and be a hame changer rather than be a victim of a game changer?  Here are some examples to ponder. Eyeglasses:  The supply chain for eyeglasses is being shaken up by online retailers like Zenni Optical who […]

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BP Oil Spill – BP Spills Coffee

What if BP had spilled coffee instead? Here is one take on the situation. The BP Oil Spill is a huge lesson on damage control to watch. When bad stuff happens to your business how will you deal with it?

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Organize Passwords or Go Nuts!

If you are trying to earn residual income online you better diversify your income streams. The rough times at eHow have taught us that even the best programs sometimes stumble. With effort diversification comes more and more online accounts with logins and passwords that must be remembered. Even when I try to use the same […]

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