1. So What’s So Good About That?
Ask this question about your business’ or another business’ products, services, features and benefits. Then keep asking that question to drill down to the most salient points.
2. Totally FREE to very inexpensive phone calls with a $20 headset and Skype(.com), and so many more cool features.
3. Add Quotes (“) before and after a search for a keyword on to streamline your searching on Google.
4. Submit your website for FREE directly to Google.
5. Amazingly competitive host of web hosting services through
6. Buy a $350 Xerox DocuMate 510 scanner to shrink 99% of your office paperwork to the size of your thumb.
7. Backup your office’s most sensitive paperwork OFFsite with Back Blaze, starting at about $15 per month.
8. Offload the paperwork: Managing your QuickBooks or similar computer checking software account in using a professional third-party liable service such as AccounTemps can be convenient, cheap, and is (mostly) guaranteed.
9. Protect your new ideas with a trademark and/or patent attorney. Research them carefully but one recommendation is Gonzalez & Oberlander LLP. Ask for Carol Desmond, mention David Riss.
10. Direct mail suggestion not for the faint-at-heart – Mail out only about 1,000 at a time. Minimum five different message per recipient, and spaced every several weeks (it will give your telemarketing time to follow up.
12. Consider switching your browser to Mozilla’s Firefox (if you have not already) as it is probably far less susceptible to hacker and spyware “intrusion”. In fact, Netscape’s founder (at one point in time) used Firefox as its browser.