Small and Home Business Blog Carnival – February 2009

Welcome to the February 9, 2009 edition of small and home business carnival. With the recession really starting to kick in, I’m sure that you will all agree that any and all business advice is more than welcome. The way people work in the future is definitely changing with many predicting an increase in small businesses and home based workers. I hope you learn something from this months carnival and it helps you weather the upcoming economic upheaval. Thank you all for submitting.


Jack S. Keifer presents Being Proactive is Hard posted at Jack S. Keifer.

DebbieDragon presents 11 Tips for a Successful Home-Based Business posted at Empowering Mom.

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Small and Home Business Carnival – January 2009

Well it’s a new year and, hopefully, 2009 will be a profitable one for everyone. With the way the economy is going right now, coupled with job losses from many of the big corporations, small and home businesses seem to be the way forward.

As with our previous editions, there are a number of submissions for this month. Each is very informative and carries great advice. Enjoy looking through them and see you next month ….


Brian Terry presents 3 Ways To Make Money With Product Creation posted at Big Marketing Secrets Blog, saying, “The popularity of online shopping has brought so many opportunities for entrepreneurs. Today, they don’t even need to build a brick and mortar business as they can serve their customers better through online transactions.”

Stephanie Chandler presents Take Your Website to the Next Level with Shopping Carts, Credit Cards and Affliate Programs posted at Business Info Guide.

Emmanuel presents 10 Steps to Achieving Your Business Goals posted at Emmanuel Oluwatosin: Inspiring Excellence, Realising Ambitions.


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Small and Home Business Carnival – December 2008

We have a large and varied number of articles in this edition of the blog carnival. Hopefully, you’ll find some welcome advice amongst these excellent submissions … Happy reading.

  • Steve Holder presents Guide to Non-Disclosure Agreements posted at Intellectual Property Advisor – Before discussing sensitive business matters with employees or business associates, you should know whether you need a Non-Disclosure Agreement to protect your business. Learn what an NDA is for and how to use it appropriately.


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Small and Home Business Carnival – First Edition

Welcome to the first edition of the small and home business carnival.

  • Steve Holder presents Service Marks vs. Trademarks posted at Intellectual Property Advisor – Every business starts with a logo — which often becomes a service mark or trademark by default. Learn the difference in these marks and how to protect these valuable symbols of your business.
  • John presents Maintaining Life Balance posted at Successful Freelancing Advisor – Being off on your own is a departure for many people that is radically different from the “9 to 5″ work life they are so accustomed to, so they have trouble distinguishing between their work and personal lives.


Published in: on November 10, 2008 at 1:30 pm  Leave a Comment