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3 Ultimate Sales Machine Tips for Productive Meetings

business management,entrepreneurs,Productivitiy 20 July 2013 0 Comments

I’ve been reading “The Ultimate Sales Machine: Turbocharge Your Business with Relentless Focus on 12 Key Strategies” by Chet Holmes, and have come across a very interesting chapter about meetings.

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The 3-Step Process to Sell Anything by Noah Kagan of App Sumo

business management,entrepreneurs 28 June 2013 0 Comments

Selling anything online is difficult. Some would get a business idea and market it, then try to find a new product to sell if it fails. Others would simply improve the product further, as is the principle of the Lean Startup and the concept of idea extraction. If you do not understand either of those, [...]

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Getting Dane Maxwell for an Interview

business management,entrepreneurs 4 June 2013 0 Comments

Honestly I forgot how I got to know Nathan Barry, or how I stumbled upon his website, http://www.nathanbarry.com, but it has initially changed my direction in my work. I was impressed with his e-book – The Web App Handbook – and how he sold it by offering 3 different packages.

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How to Increase Productivity at Work

business management,entrepreneurs,Productivitiy 21 May 2013 1 Comment

We have good days and bad days. Sometimes, our bad days at home translates to bad days at the office. Besides, emotional factors, there are others that impair our workplace productivity. Emotional factors are obvious and can be controlled if you put your mind to it. Other factors may not be as apparent; they leave [...]

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What is Idea Extraction?

business management,entrepreneurs 8 May 2013 6 Comments

Since last year, a buzz phrase has, well, been buzzing around but hasn’t really gotten noticed that much. The buzz phrase: idea extraction.

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Free Email Reminder Service FollowUp CC

business management,entrepreneurs 5 January 2013 4 Comments

If you’ve been following the blog for a while now, then you should know that we not only review various invoicing apps like our own BeachCandy but we also feature a lot of things that could be helpful to some readers out there – mostly about business. This post is no exception. I bring you [...]

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Business Startup Advice from Basecamp/37Signals’ Jason Fried

business management,entrepreneurs 19 December 2012 0 Comments

As you all know, we’re big fans of inspirational stories. Two of the best inspirations we have are Freshbooks, with its message to users a few months ago, and Basecamp/37Signals pricing principles. I recently read

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Rolling, rolling, rolling…. how to grow your business.

business management,entrepreneurs 15 November 2012 0 Comments

While fiddling around with the absolute amazing mailchimp software (just looking at it in the backend i felt quite kinda overwhelmed),  I stumbled across this article Mailchimp-launches-1-million-integration-fund where Ben, the founder of mailchimp, announced the above fund.

The Inspiring Story of FreshBooks

business management,entrepreneurs 29 August 2012 2 Comments

As you may already know, this blog is that of BeachCandy. However, instead of focusing on our own products, we mix things up a bit and try to write about other invoicing applications, SEO, and whatnot. Pretty much, this is how I feel what a blog is. Content should be varied, but not too different [...]

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Finding a Ping.fm Alternative – A Few Choices

business management,entrepreneurs 25 July 2012 29 Comments

Roughly two months ago, I wrote something about posting to multiple social networks. It was through the use of Ping.fm, a very nice tool that allows you to post to all social sites of your choice with a single click. We here at Beach Candy used Ping.fm. However, a couple of weeks ago, I wrote [...]

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