Make Your Business Survive and Thrive!: 100+ Proven Marketing Methods to Help You Beat the Odds and Build a Successful Small or Home-Based Enterprise
If you’re an entrepreneur, or you’re just thinking of starting a business, start with this smart, practical guide to small business success. It shows you how to maintain healthy growth and profits—no matter what kind of business you own—and helps you get the most out of your limited resources. Grow your business and get on the fast track to success.
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Chapter 2 Grow with a Unique Idea Defining Your Venture
Chapter 3 Grow with Effective Organization and the Right Tools Time Is Money
Chapter 4 Grow with Planning You Need to Know How and Where Your Business Is Growing
Chapter 5 Grow with Financing and Money Management
Chapter 6 Grow with A Little Help from Your Friends The Best People to Help Your Business Succeed
Chapter 7 Grow with Innovative and LowCost Marketing Methods Original and Fun Ways to Promote Your Business
Chapter 8 Grow through the Media and Your Contacts Leveraging Positive Press Coverage for Your Business
Chapter 11 Grow with the Internet Its the Wild Wild Web You Can Survive and Thrive Online
Chapter 12 Grow with SpinOffs and New Product or Service Developments How Many Ways to Diversify?
Chapter 13 Grow into the Future How Far and Which Way Do You Want to Go?
Chapter 14 Grow with the Internet Its14 Ongoing Growth Additional Practical Tips for Maintaining and Sustaining Your Business
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Make Your Business Survive and Thrive!: 100+ Proven Marketing Methods to ...
Priscilla Y. Huff
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