Top Business Ideas for Work at Home Mums

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The Money’s in Your Newsletter List

The Money’s in Your Newsletter List

"The money is in the list" is a really common saying among marketers, both on the internet and in bricks and mortar businesses. Having a newsletter list, be it email or paper, is a really important factor in marketing for a Work At Home Mum business.  Your newsletter...

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Liz’s Buying Websites 2012 Market Update

httpv://youtu.be/igr7ioMMi1A   Liz Raad shares her 2012 buying websites market trends In this video Liz and her husband Matt cover whats happening in the world of buying and selling websites and how you can profit from it, especially if you are a work at home mom....

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A Pity Party and Bad News about Blogging

A Pity Party and Bad News about Blogging

Hubby brought this cartoon home from work several weeks ago.  I had intended to post it earlier with quite a few LOL and HA HA HA’s  and ROFL, but never quite got around to it. Lately though, I’ve been feeling both sides of this.  The Darling Daughter, 12yo, has been...

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FaceBook changes – Privacy issues and Fanpages

FaceBook changes – Privacy issues and Fanpages

There’s a lot of vitriol and angst flying around the blogosphere and social networking sites lately over FaceBook’s recent changes.  Lets have a look at the two major changes: Community Pages – there goes your privacy Have a read of this first: FaceBook Further...

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Two Fantastic Tools

Two Fantastic Tools

Well, it’s been school holidays here. We spent a week at the in-laws down in Victoria and the rest of the holidays staying at home. The kidlet and I spent a lot of our time doing ‘girl stuff’, cooking, sewing and really enjoying each others company. In the middle of...

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Time Can’t Be Managed

Time Can’t Be Managed

Following on from Friday’s post on dealing with overwhelm, today we’re going to look at how you use your time. You see, Time cannot be managed, it can only be used. Time is not alive, it does not act or react, feel emotions or breathe. Time simply is. It continues at...

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Knowledge vs Action – Getting the Balance Right

Knowledge vs Action – Getting the Balance Right

Knowledge is a great thing. So is taking Action. When you’re running a business, the two should be carefully balanced. Quite a lot of people spend all their time getting knowledge, yet they never seem to put that knowledge into action. They buy every e-book and...

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Why your customers don’t pay – and what to do about it

Why your customers don’t pay – and what to do about it

I was in a recent discussion on FaceBook about how to get customers to pay for items.  The majority of people in the discussion had experienced customers buying goods from them, and months later still hadn’t been paid.  The discussion was around how many invoices you...

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How to Think About Business Expenditure

How to Think About Business Expenditure

A client recently asked me the following question about business expenditure, and I’m reprinting it (expanded a little from my original email answer) here with her permission. This is an issue that we ALL have to deal with – “How much should I invest into different...

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How not to receive feedback

As I mentioned in yesterday's post I’d sent the business owner a message to say that I hadn’t appreciated the hard sell etc, and by the way, where had she gotten my contact details from? (my phone number isn’t on the website).  I was polite, just very clear that I...

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How to screw up a cold call and lose customers

We all need to market and sell our stuff, right? That’s the whole point of being in business. But there’s a right way and a wrong way to sell. Sell something the right way and the person is happy they dealt with you and everyone is pleased by the whole transaction....

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So What Do I Do With My Newsletter/Autoresponder Now?

Yesterday we looked at why you need a Newsletter list and where to get one set up. Today we’re looking at how to use it. Ok, I have an autoresponder, now what do I do with it? That’s easy: 1. You get subscribers to sign up to your list; and 2. You email them. Finding...

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Identifying Top Business Ideas for Stay At Home Moms

More and more stay at home mothers are looking for hobbies and social groups to help them break out of the domestic routine, thus turning to the search for some of the top business ideas the internet has to offer. Others are searching for top business ideas to get...

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Top 5 Work From Home Business Ideas

Not just another spun article about working from home, this Top 5 Work From Home Business Ideas List is created from real world experience and may surprise you! I know that there are lots of articles supposedly ranking the best work from home business ideas, but in...

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Passive income – is it all it’s cracked up to be?

Passive income – is it all it’s cracked up to be?

I’ve received some emails lately and had a couple of discussions with clients on setting up passive income so they only have to work a couple of hours a week.  This is a topic that seems to keep rearing it’s head, and there’s a lot of myths, rumours and some truths...

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Are you working in Isolation?

I feel so alone At some point, pretty much every single one of my coaching client says “I feel so alone”. This aloneness, this isolation, takes a few different forms but comes down to two different causes: You’re trying to run your business all by yourself; You alone....

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Goals – Chunking Them Down and Keeping Them Strong

Goals – Chunking Them Down and Keeping Them Strong

“If you don’t know where you want to go, any road will get you there” The other day you worked out what it is that you want to achieve and you picked the five goals that will have the biggest effect on your business in the next year. Today we’re going to chunk them...

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Hitting the Wall

Hitting the Wall

I hit a wall last week. Figuratively speaking that is, not an actual wall. You may have noticed there was only one post last week? That wall was one that I’d been warned about, that I’d been told to look for around the six month mark of having the site going and...

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