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Book Title: The Pocket Small Business Owner's Guide to Starting Your Business on a Shoestring|
The author of the book: Carol Tice
Edition: Allworth Press
Date of issue: July 1st 2013
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 620 KB
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ISBN 13: 9781621532903
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Thinking about starting a business? Read this book before you spend a dime. Most businesses that close their doors have one thing in common: They ran out of money. Don't let this happen to you. This indispensable book, part of Allworth's popular Pocket Small Business Owner's Guide series, will help you to save money on every aspect of your business, from advertising to overhead. With invaluable cost-cutting tips for all types of businesses, from e-commerce and home-based operations to services and retail, this guide will help you create a blueprint that will allow your business to survive and thrive. You'll save on: Advertising Marketing Purchasing Transportation and shipping Labor Financing Facilities Operations Taxes And more! In today's economy, small business owners must seize every opportunity to keep costs down, and every penny saved goes to your bottom line. Follow this street-smart advice to lay the foundation for a business that will be profitable for years to come.
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Read information about the authorHi GoodReaders!
I'm a longtime business writer -- my new book is The Pocket Small Business Owner's Guide to Starting on a Shoestring (learn more about it at http://shoestringstartupguide.com). Purchasers receive a free workbook/checklist for working through all the money-saving tips in the book (see the back page of book or ebook for the workbook link!)
My previous book is How They Started: How 25 Good Ideas Became Great Businesses.
When I'm not writing business books, I help other writers earn more at my Make a Living Writing blog (http://www.makealivingwriting.com) and in my Freelance Writers Den community (http://freelancewritersden.com).
Got a question about how to earn a living as a freelance writer? You can always ask me here: http://bit.ly/122ohqb
What am I up to now? Looking for opportunities to ghost business books for others, as well as self-publishing my own how-to freelance writing books. If you're interested in the latter, check out my co-authored ebook 13 Ways to Get the Writing Done Faster (with The Renegade Writer's Linda Formichelli): http://amzn.to/ZGhp3j
I've been earning a living from writing myself for a long time. I'm so not boring you with a resume on here. But my work has appeared in Forbes.com, Entrepreneur, Alaska Airlines magazine, Seattle Magazine, to name a few.
My corporate clients have included Costco, American Express, and Dun & Bradstreet.