A Beginner’s Guide to Content Curation...

Dec 30, 2013 by

Most website owners want their sites to be easily accessible and visible on search engine result pages, such as those for Google. Content curation is one of the many tools in the arsenals of website owners who are looking to market their sites and garner viewers/customers. Content curation is characterized by exactly what its name suggests – locating, selecting, and sharing relevant information. Whether you’re the owner of an educational website, or are trying to further your online business, content curation can help you construct attention-grabbing content and improve your SEO rankings. Easily Accessible Content The benefits of using content curation tools are numerous, as users have the ability to find, gather, and deliver information their website viewers will appreciate. We live in the age of information sharing, and any website that provides organized,...

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Is it OK to use third party printer ink?...

Dec 27, 2013 by

When you first buy a new inkjet printer it includes two cartridges, one for black ink and one for colored. It seems they are made special for shipment with their new machines because they don’t seem to last very long. Before you know it you receive a low ink warning on your monitor and sure enough, the print quality drops very quickly. When you take time to read the documents that come packed with the printer, you cannot help but notice rather glaring statements that using any ink other than that supplied by the printer manufacturer will not work well in your new printer and in some cases the company is bold enough to suggest that you are violating the terms of purchase and you are going to void your printer warranty. Well, this...

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Web Based Contract Management Systems Can Facilitate Navigation through Contract Portfolios...

Dec 20, 2013 by

Contract management is important planning tool in building and maintaining a business. Agreements on deliverables and resources are the building blocks of relationships between a company and its customers or partnering organizations. A contract is a written agreement between two parties to be carried out over a period defined in the terms and in keeping with a budget stated ahead of time. Indispensable elements of a contract include the type of results to be achieved (described in concrete terms), the financial resources available for use, the disclosure of key bits of information to assess the eventual result, the manner and frequency of reporting on fulfillment of contract terms, and the various intervention options for clients and contractors. All this must be communicated in clear, unambiguous language and every subsequent communication related to the contract’s...

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Top Reasons Why CPA Self Study Courses Are Beneficial...

Dec 16, 2013 by

Online CPA self-study courses are great for those who want to gain knowledge on specific subjects that will improve their level of knowledge. They can meet their CPE requirements, while taking courses that they find interesting at the same time. There are tons of courses available, and most of them are quite affordable. They offer total convenience, so accounting professionals will not feel bogged down while they are trying to get through their coursework. The reasons why these courses are beneficial are as follows: 1. Step By Step Modules to Steadily Increase Your Knowledge. Online courses come in many shapes and forms. You can find tax courses, enrolled agent courses, and even finance based training courses. One main benefit about taking a CPA self-study course online is that you can start from anywhere you...

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The Benefits of an Inventory Management System...

Dec 10, 2013 by

Regardless of what type of business you run, if you manage an inventory you need an inventory management system. An inventory management system will allow you to maintain your inventory both on site and remotely so you always know what you have available to sell, when replenishments are required and even keep track of items that might spoil. Time Sensitive Items Whether it is food that can spoil or technology that can become obsolete you want to be certain your inventory is always ordered in the most logical fashion. An inventory management system allows you to consider dates, how much you will need based on past sales and how long it will last. You can then decide how much you can afford to purchase in advance and stand to lose the least amount by...

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