How to increase profits in your business (part 1)
If you are an entrepreneur, then you simply have to constantly ask yourself the same question - how to increase profits? Profit - this is business. The whole point of…

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Copying a business, or how to capitalize on other people's ideas (part 1)
Copying a business is a really powerful tool for creating a truly solid business. And let them say that it’s bad, that originality and creativity are valued higher, that copying…

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How to sell goods well - learn from Amazon
How does Amazon sell products? As I said, we’ll just go point by point along the route that is offered to the visitor on the site. And we will, of…

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How to establish a business (part 1)

On the topic of how to establish a business, I already wrote in an article on how to organize your business. But since setting up a business is not the easiest thing, let us return to this topic again. In the future, we will probably come back again. In today’s article I will share my opinion on how to establish a business from the point of view of its systematization, i.e. division of business processes into several subsystems and their integration, and organization.

I would like to note (although for you this, the reader, from the point of view of running your own business it may turn out to be insignificant), that this article was placed under the heading “Starting a business” and not “Doing business”, although, probably, the second would be more correct. Continue reading

Learning business by watching others succeed (part 1)

6 business lessons from the Barack Obama campaign
Barack Obama is not the first presidential candidate to use the Internet in his campaign. But Barack Obama is the only one who managed to really teach business lessons through his campaign, i.e. turn online donors into real ground supporters and voices. How did his online advertising campaign work?

Barack Obama had an email list of 13 million people. He had five million friends on 15 different social networks such as Facebook (3,000,000), MySpace, covering several Asian communities, African-Americans and Spaniards. He had a website with over 8.5 million visitors per month, over 400,000 blog posts. Continue reading

How to do a SWOT analysis (part 3)
Step 3. SWOT matrix Having calculated all the factors influencing the business and grouping them into four squares, we get the SWOT analysis matrix, as in the photo below. Thus,…

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Kennedy marketing or tough business management
Real and real customer needs for every aspect of the business). This is your “customer agreement”. Finding a point is already good for every aspect of the business is priceless.…

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How to increase profits in your business (part 2)
How much will profit increase? Above, we have listed five methods for increasing profits. How much profit will increase depends on how effectively we implement all the changes in the…

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