Monthly Archives: December 2013

Buy This, Not That: 10 Things You Are Wasting Money On

For a lot of people, generic equals inferior. In the past, generic brand products were packaged in white wrapping with black lettering which was a stark contrast to the bright, colorful packaging that sheathed most name brand products. Perhaps this is why generic brands are often still thought of as inferior. The thing is, generic products of today aren’t what they were 20 years ago. While in some cases the name brand really is better, going generic can save you … Continue reading

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Knowing the Basics of Investing in Shares

Shares are one of the most rewarding long-term investment tools in the financial market. When you buy a share of a company, you’re buying a small portion of the ownership of the company. Along with other shareholders, you have voting rights, as well as accessing the potential financial gains of the company over time. However, before you get started with share investing, there are some essential things you need to know in order to successfully balance risk with reward… What … Continue reading

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Travel with Your Customers: The Many Benefits of eCommerce

The business model that utilizes online methods of reaching out to customers and completing transactions is called eCommerce. By using eCommerce, you can make customer satisfaction, integration, and reviews much more achievable. And by using personalized methods of reaching out to customers, such as social media articles, promotions for special members, and long-standing clients, sellers can establish a strong following that has more attachment to the general product or services. Websites can serve as an emotional facet of the company’s … Continue reading

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