Welcome to the September 10, 2010 edition of working at home blog carnival. This weeks Carnival has, as always, some really good articles. So, Sit Back and Enjoy.
And Here We Go…
Thursday Bram presents Investing in Your Community Will Boost Your Sales posted at OPEN Forum, saying, “No matter where you are based, your company is part of the local community — and it can easily be part of other communities, both online and off. It’s tempting not to worry too much about the community, of course. The most important focus should be your business’s success, rather than trying to integrate with your neighbors. But the two aren’t mutually exclusive.”
Christina Crowe presents Finding Motivation: How to Adapt a Routine posted at Cash Campfire, saying, “Summary: As there’s no one to tell you what to do and when to do it when you work from home, sometimes it’s hard to stay motivated. This article discusses key methods to find motivation so that you can get more work done and maintain a productive lifestyle.”
Aja Trinidad presents Create a Smart Passive Income – Interview with Pat Flynn posted at The Art of Wise Living.
GreatManagement presents 24 Blog Optimizing Tips to Attract Search Engines and Readers posted at We Build Your Blog, saying, “Applying the following optimizing tips can be very useful in pleasing both the search engines and your users.”
Ken presents Forms of Business: Sole Proprietorship posted at Spruce Up Your Finances, saying, “Understand the advantage and disadvantage to see if Is a sole proprietorship right for you. Also, discusses the most common tax forms use.”
Richard Adams presents The Ultimate Guide To WordPress Plugins For User Generated Content posted at Lifestyle Design Unleashed, saying, “This article discusses ways in which WordPress bloggers can increase their traffic by allowing their visitors to add content that will be found in the search engines. A chunky 4000+ word article that offers a lot of value to readers.”
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Chase Blueprint Card Program Review posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Here’s something interesting — a credit card issuer offers their customers a free way to manage their credit and balance better via free tools. It may good to partake of this, if you are a customer of Chase.”
nissim ziv presents What are your Strengths? Interview Questions and Answers posted at Job Interview Guide, saying, “Talking about your strengths is a tricky one. You do not want to come across as an ego driven personality when answering about your strengths. You also don’t want to sound boastful and give a wrong impression about yourself.”
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