Welcome to the THIRD edition of Birth of Your Home Office Carnival.
There has been an overwhelming response to this edition of 27 submissions. I would like thank everyone who has contributed and supported this carnival. Go on and be inspired by these articles…
Millennium Mommy presents Six Reasons Why Most Home Based Businesses Fail posted at Priscilla Ortiz – Journal to Prosperity, Path to Freedom Inc..
Barbra Sundquist presents Top Five Places for Small Business Networking (HomeBusinessWiz.com) and Incorporate or Not? What You Need to Know About Business Structures posted at HomeBusinessWiz.
James Archer presents Attention Mapping: The 10-Point Exercise posted at Forty Media, saying, “A customerâ€™s attention: itâ€™s exceedingly difficult to acquire, experts measure its in milliseconds, it vaporizes if mistreated, and itâ€™s worth far more than gold or diamonds. Scared? Donâ€™t beâ€”itâ€™s putty if you know how to handle it.”
Jack Yoest presents Mothers Working At Home posted at Reasoned Audacity, saying, “More and more women are turning to home-based businesses as a way to find emotional balance with their work and with their children. But the IRS isn’t making it easy. Reforms are needed; Charmaine Yoest is co-author of Mother in the Middle: Searching for Peace in the Mommy Wars. This article was adapted from her article in Policy Review: The Journal of American Citizenship of The Heritage Foundation. Wendelyn Martz has lived on both sides of the mommy wars.”
Alvaro Fernandez presents Stress Management Workshop for International Women’s Day posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, “Information based on a Stress Management Workshop delivered in honor of International Women’s Day”
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Christopher J. Brunner presents Is Your Business Online Yet? posted at The Small Business Buzz, saying, “A post regarding the misconceptions and facts about having and maintaining a website for your business.” He also talks about Business Card Etiquette for Entrepreneurs posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, “Outlines the proper way to hand out business cards and get results.”
Matt Inglot presents 5 Tips for Staying on Top of Your Books for Small Business Owners posted at Matt Inglot.
Wanda Grindstaff presents To Have Something You Have Never Had posted at Creating Abundant Lifestyles Begin With Abundance Mindset, saying, “Once your make your desires known, it takes faith and action to make them happen.”
Vahid Chaychi presents Why Your Google Adsense Revenue Is Dropped? posted at Internet and Search Engine Marketing, saying, “My Adsense revenue dropped dramatically after few months whereas my websites traffic didn’t have any decrease. I researched and came to this conclusion that users didn’t like to click on the ads like they were used to do it before.”
Read also his post on Get Inspired by the Success Stories and Interviews posted at Internet and Search Engine Marketing, saying, “You may get disappointed while you have started a new business and it has not given any good result yet. Most people give up at this point and stop working. One of the best things that prevents you to give up, is reading the success stories and interviews of successful people in your niche. Learn how to find and read them every week.”
Christopher J. Brunner presents Which Internet Browser Should You Choose? posted at The Small Business Buzz, saying, “The benefits of Mozillaâ€™s Firefox Internet Browser, explored by a recent convert from IE.”
Praveen presents Rich Schefren posted at My Simple Trading System.Christopher J. Brunner presents Avoiding the Courtroom: Tips for Deterring Litigation posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, “What to double check your contracts and insurance coverage for in order to help avoid long battles in the court room.”
Christopher J. Brunner presents The Adverse Effects of Poor Communication posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, “Some of the common communication mistakes that may adversely affect the success of your business.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of birth of your home office using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.