Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at 2:53pm by Site Administrator
Greetings! Welcome to the 7th edition of the Carnival of Business and Entrepreneurship. We have selected 33 posts for this edition. Here you go:
Cameron Schaefer presents Create a Personal Board of Directors Part II posted at Schaefer’s Blog. You can bring together the most diverse group of talented, creative and wise people in the world, but if there is no clear purpose or system to organize them you will have nothing but a few interesting conversations.
Vishal Gupta presents Ken Lay- What IS the truth? posted at A Business Professor’s Weblog. Enron and Ken Lay have had a tremendous impact on many aspects of business. Their legacy is mostly negative. New research suggests that Ken Lay may not have been as responsible about the events that transpired at Enron. In fact, it suggests Ken Lay may have been doing what just anybody else would have done in the same situation.
Phil for Humanity presents A Few Humble Suggestions to Get Out of this Recession << Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity. The harsh truth is that the United States of America is probably in a recession… maybe even a depression.
Matthew Paulson presents Zimbra 5.0 – Better than Outlook & Thunderbird For Your Small Business posted at DataSync Business News.
Frederic Patenaude presents Make a Living With eBooks posted at Frederic Patenaude Talks. With a growing e-book market, who would not like to make a living writing e-books? I am giving you some invaluable hints about writing your own!
Steve Faber presents - How Your Business Can Make Money From Nothing posted at Debt Free. Your business could be sitting on a goldmine and you don’t even know it. Many business have gone from being money losers to being highly profitable and many profitable businesses have opened the floodgates on revenue by making these kinds of changes.
David B. Bohl presents What’s the Worst That Could Happen? posted at Slow Down Fast Today!. Sometimes, when we’re overloaded with work or dealing with a difficult client or otherwise in an uncomfortable situation, we can get really stressed thinking about the consequences we might face, and how horrible they would be.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents What The Silicon Valley Startups In My Life Taught Me posted at The Digerati Life. Here are some lessons I’ve learned about working in a few startups in Silicon Valley.
Susan Tatum presents 3 Essential Marketing Strategies for Increasing Sales. posted at TechnoBuzz. Revenue is a function of three aspects of marketing: 1) traffic generation, 2) conversion rates, 3) number of product and services. Any of these can be improved to increase revenue.
Karl Goldfield presents Coaching sales champions: Building a plan Part 2: Finding Talent – Unearthing potential and making stars posted at Coaching sales champions.
Anita Campbell presents Top Experts Dish with their Best Kept Marketing Secrets posted at Small Business Trends. Readers are invited to submit their own marketing tip. At the end of February, 100 of the best tips will be included in a free downloadable PDF with a link back to their webite. It’s a way for bloggers to get added visibility for their blogs or websites.
Vahid presents 5 Small Business Opportunities for 2008 posted at Weboma.com. Think about 5 small business opportunities to start for 2008: Home protection, At-home Services, Outsourcing Services, Videoconferencing and Teeny Luxuries.
C. Worrall presents Raising Venture Capital – The Alternative Golden Rule posted at CFO Yourself. Don’t raise money from either an angel or a venture capitalist without understanding what you are getting into. You built your company, don’t give it away.
Sarah Paine presents Discover Niche Markets to Earn Extra Money Working Online posted at Sarah Paine.
Alex M presents Dropship businesses: finding buzz products to dropship posted at We talk on making money on the Internet. Alex says, "I would like to talk about spotting buzz products. Buzz products are relatively new products on the market that get much coverage and publicity and as a result are in high demand with early adopters and other types of consumers".
Jason Voiovich presents "A pacemaker for the eye" – A triumph for clear messaging posted at State of the Brand from Ecra Creative Group :: by Jason Voiovich. Analysis of the success and risks associated with clear messaging for a med-tech startup.
Marcus Hochstadt presents 5 Key Steps To Internet Business Success posted at Internet Business Guide. So you want to be a successful Internet business entrepreneur? Do you know the steps to take in order to achieve your goals and success? Marcus Hochstadt has listed 5 key steps everyone should take when wanting to achieve Internet business success.
That concludes this edition. Next edition of this carnival will be hosted here on February 11, 2008. Submit your blog articles using our Blog Carnival Submission Form.
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