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Give Customers These Reasons To Come Back

By Editor, published on Mar 29, 2017

Is your business always scrambling to look for leads? Does it feel like things are going to collapse if you can’t get enough new customers in? Always welcoming new customers in a business is important, but if it’s the only way you’re securing revenue, you might be doing it wrong. Studies show it’s a lot easier to retain customers and urge them to repeat business than it is to find totally new ones. With the methods below, you can give them plenty of reasons to keep coming back, too.

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Bring them back for themselves

If customers don’t seem as willing to come... (more)

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The Types of Insurance a Business Needs to Be Fully Protected

By Editor, published on Mar 28, 2017

Infographic by coverhound.com. Used with permission.

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Andrew Argue LinkedIn Review

By Editor, published on Mar 28, 2017

Do you need help growing your accounting firm client list? Are you having problems obtaining and keeping life long clients? Does your tax firm need a kick in the pants? Andrew Argue might be the solutions to your company’s short falls.

Since starting the Argue Company, Andrew Argue has helped over 200 people to grow and develop their accounting firms into hyper-profitable businesses. This kind of growth is amazing and is for the most part chronicled on his LinkedIn page. Andrew Argue’s reviews are generally great, and because of the kind of platform that LinkedIn is, there is a lot of... (more)

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Understanding The Law About Bicycle Accidents

By Editor, published on Mar 28, 2017

The first step towards a better understanding of bicycle accidents is not calling them “accidents.”

Officials at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration first started considering the difference in 1997, and NHTSA employees no longer talk about car “accidents” in speeches and literature. Instead, they use terms like “collision,” “crash,” and “wreck” to convey the idea that traffic collisions in general, and bicycle collisions in particular, are “predictable results of the laws of physics” as opposed to “an unavoidable part of life.”

Several other entities within the... (more)

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The best games to exercise your brain

By Editor, published on Mar 27, 2017

Regularly challenging your mind with brain games and mental exercises is a great way to reduce your chances of mental illness and other problems such as memory retention. Whether you are training for your MBA and you want to keep your mind sharp, or you simply want to keep on top of your brain health, games are a fantastic and fun way to keep your brain stimulated. In fact, people who regularly play games that stimulate the mind are often less likely to develop mental conditions such as dementia. What are the best games to exercise your brain?

1. Sudoku

Sudoku is a wonderful game... (more)

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Dealing With Business IT Downtime

By Editor, published on Mar 27, 2017

If your business has more than a handful of employees and more than a handful using computers to do their work, it’s clear you’re one of the many businesses heavily dependent on the use of their IT. Yet many don’t consider that said dependence can also be a vulnerability to the business. Where downtime is concerned, losing your tools, your data and your very means of doing can be more than a temporary dilemma. It can put your business in existential danger. So, here’s how you deal with that downtime.

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Always have a backup

Prevention is obviously the best method... (more)

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What Can We Learn From The Airport Business Model?

By Editor, published on Mar 24, 2017

The majority of people see airports as a transportation venue, like a train or bus station, but for commercial planes. What we don’t tend to think about is that airports are actually businesses looking to make money. There are big business fat cats behind the scenes constantly look at different ways in which they can make their airports profitable.

So, how do they do it? This is what we will concern ourselves with in the following article. We want to show you how most airports make their money. Why? Because it’s actually extremely interesting as not a lot of people think about this topic... (more)

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Volkswagen Keep Their Cards Close To Their Chest On Fuel Eco

By Editor, published on Mar 23, 2017

The Volkswagen Group has had a very bumpy ride over the past two years to say the least, but things are finally starting to look up for the European auto giant. As it reported in its annual press conference last week, record-breaking sales of 10.3million vehicles in 2016 show that it’s made a pretty healthy recovery following the Dieselgate scandal. However, many who are following the global auto industry say that the company shouldn’t relax just yet.

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At the conference, representatives and board members of Volkswagen Group congratulated themselves on their... (more)

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4 Of The Most Unusual Sports On The Planet

By Editor, published on Mar 23, 2017

All most people hear at this time of the year is soccer this or cricket that; it’s like only two sports exist. Well, we are here to tell you that more than two exist, and some of them are weird! Yes, some of them are downright strange, and that’s what makes them so appealing. So, if you’re bored of the traditional, tried and tested sports, it's time you took a look at the following. These could revolutionise the way you watch and participate. If they don’t, well then, at least it’s a good read!

Scooter Racing

Everyone has seen Formula One cars are Moto GP bikes race across the... (more)

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Healthcare Companies Breaking New Markets

By Editor, published on Mar 23, 2017

It’s no secret that the healthcare industry is about to undergo a significant transformation. For years healthcare has been done on a kind of “trial and error” basis where drugs were discovered by process of elimination. Although that process has led to some powerful treatments that have extended life, it’s been clear for a while that a better approach - one that actually tries to understand disease processes - is needed.

Now, with the rise of information technology, that better approach may be upon us. Companies from all over the tech and medical sectors are hiring and investing in... (more)

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