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How Do Millennial Entrepreneurs Run a Business

Millennial entrepreneurs are gradually dominating the world of business today, with more and more of them becoming notable and appearing in global rich lists. With the fast and furious pace that they run their businesses, which range from traditional ones to high-technology, young entrepreneurs are slowly becoming the new frontrunners of their industries.   Technology has greatly paved a way for budding young entrepreneurs, enabling them to create... [Continue Reading]

Elements of Good User Experience Many Online Businesses Still Neglect

The term ‘user experience’ may seem like overused jargon, but it is an important element to focus on in today’s market. If your business relies on a digital interface in any way, whether it is an app for accessing information, an online store that sells products and services, or a website that acts as an anchor for your online presence, then good user experience is a must. Royalty Free Photo UK customers are more sensitive to UX,... [Continue Reading]

The Importance of Writing a Will as A Business Owner

A will has always been a job that you think you’ll only have to tend to when you reach a specific age, certainly when you’re much older anyway. Planning on what will happen if you pass is hardly the most cheerful of subjects but if you do run your own business that it is something you definitely need to be thinking about getting draw up. The reason for this is because without one, all of your assets may not be distributed in the way you would... [Continue Reading]

Looking the Part, But Spending Less Money

If you are loving the fact that estate sales bring you amazing deals, you probably are also loving the feel of being on a big estate. Moving in the circles of society’s upper elite is a wonderful feeling that few of us ever get to experience. If you want to continue moving in those circles, beyond just heading over to estate sales, you definitely need to make sure that you look the part. While not all of us can afford fancy cars and clothes, you can... [Continue Reading]

When is the Best time to sell your House on the Property Market?

What is the best time to sell your house on the property market? This is a common question that comes to mind when you want to put your house up for sale. The truth is that is can be really confusing especially in the wake of contradictory headlines on the fluctuating prices and times in the property market. How then do you make an informed decision on when to sell without regretting? According to expert sell house fast agency Ready Steady Sell o begin... [Continue Reading]

Local prime central London economy supported by wealthy residents

Currently the number one address in prime central London, Mayfair has always been a popular choice for wealthy residents and tourists around the globe. However, there has never been a typical dweller in the area, since the resident profile has always been evolving and changing. The past few decades have seen inhabitants of the town getting younger with 43 percent of homes in the area currently housing young, wealthy, educated couples and singles. This... [Continue Reading]

EU Data Collection Law Goes Against UK Government

The UK government has said that they are “disappointed” after the European Court of Justice has classed their collection of data was against the law set by the EU. The court’s reasoning behind this was down to the fact communications data can only be retained if it was being used to fight serious crime. The act in question is the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act, which would require all communications companies to retain the... [Continue Reading]

Facebook Messenger – Always Active Location Sharing To Go

Personally, I have been into social media networking and particularly Facebook. Being the largest social networking platform, Facebook boasts of it ingenuity in App development as a major contributor to its success. Times without number, we have always spent hours on end chatting and sharing with friends, unaware of Facebook unwittingly sharing our locations. Well, this is definitely creepy; right? The always-on- Facebook Messenger location sharing... [Continue Reading]

How to Keep Your Employees Motivated

Low morale is often a problem in many businesses and this can lead to a wide range of problems for a business and the people who manage it. However, if employees are treated in the proper way and feel part of an organisation, they will be less likely to leave your company or underperform. Below are some effective ways you can motivate your employees. Reward Employees When They Hit Certain Targets Unfortunately, motivational words don't pay the bills, so... [Continue Reading]

How a Good Returns Policy Can Be a Marketing Tool

Regardless of whether you’re marketing products online or in a brick and mortar store it is crucial that you have a good returns policy. To many it may seem counterintuitive to have a returns policy in the first place as it will eat into your bottom line – however that isn’t true, and at the end of the day a good returns policy can be an extremely effective marketing tool. Inspire Confidence and Increase Conversions Essentially a good... [Continue Reading]

Can’t Get a Business Loan? How to Rebuild Your Credit Rating

Most of the time, new startups need some type of funding in order to be successful. Although in a few instances and certain industries it may be possible to start a business without a great deal of money, for the most part it’s important to have enough to cover most of your startup’s initial expenses as well as cover expenses for the coming few weeks or months. Because of this, many entrepreneurs tend to borrow funding, whether from an... [Continue Reading]

Three Reasons Why a Business Website is So Vital

In today’s digital age, having a website for your business is no longer simply an option. Today’s customers expect the companies that they shop with to be available online, whether for contacting and customer services purposes or for online shopping. If you own a small business or are in the process of setting one up, a website should never be an afterthought but rather something that is right at the top of your priority list. Failing to have a... [Continue Reading]

Online Security Tips for Small Businesses

Online security is very important these days, especially for small businesses, as small businesses usually don’t have special technical staff to handle computer security issues. Most of the times the business owners or the technical leads have to take care of online security themselves, which could be often times tedious and time-consuming. However, if small business use the correct tools and set up right routines, computer security can be handled... [Continue Reading]

The Necessary Good of Small Business Marketing

Marketing is to business as a hammer is to a nail. It is a tool, a necessary function to make the other functions work. Just as a nail won't go anywhere without a hammer to drive it, so a small business won't progress without small business marketing to drive it. Marketing cannot be ignored. More specifically, EFFECTIVE marketing cannot be ignored. Some businesses market regularly but they market incorrectly, and not only is it ineffective, it is a... [Continue Reading]

Converting Manual Bookkeeping to a Computerized System

If converting a manual bookkeeping system to a computerized system, the conversion will take a bit more time than just starting fresh because it needs to be sure the new system starts with information that matches the current books. The process for entering the initial data varies depending on the software chosen. To ensure that properly convert bookkeeping system, use the information that comes with the software; read through the manual, review the... [Continue Reading]

How You Can Make a Business Social Media Network Easier to Use

The first way to make a business social media campaign easier to use is to have daily goals. Daily goals keep a business owner or a social media manager focused on what they need to do to build the business and the network of the business. Daily goals are the secret to not feeling overwhelmed by some massive amount of information and possible actions that a business can take while on the social systems. Therefore, these daily goals are almost... [Continue Reading]

London - A City With a Colourful Past

London is really two cities in one. The City of London pretty much retains its mediaeval square mile boundary, but London is also the name given to the greater metropolitan area that surrounds the City of London. The bulk of this wider area is governed by the elected Mayor of London and the London Assembly. London has a lot of history and it can be traced back at least a couple of thousand years to the time when the Romans called it Londinium and... [Continue Reading]

An Overview of the City of London

This article is a quick overview of the City of London. It's also a glimpse at the population, a small portion of recent history, and how that has affected the views of its citizens. Lastly, it's a quick overview of some landmarks and activities available to London's residents and visitors. All which will be covered in greater detail in this series of articles. Any conversation of the five or so greatest cities in the world automatically includes... [Continue Reading]