Archive for February, 2007

Tips on Using Blogs in Your Home Business Website

F.Y.I. Some websites need to be ‘fun’ because that’s what their target audience is looking for. But every business website needs to be professional�even fun or crafty ones. A trend that has been growing on the web is the use of blogs. These may be quite useful in your home business since e-mail applications including […]

Wednesday, February 28th, 2007

The Telephone – A Brief History

History 1876 � Alexander Graham Bell invents the telephone, beating Elisha Gray by a matter of hours. During the 1870’s, two well known inventors both independently designed devices that could transmit sound along electrical cables. Those inventors were Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray. Both devices were registered at the patent office within hours of […]

Monday, February 26th, 2007

Choosing an Answering Service: Part I

Tip! An answering service can be used to process applications and schedule appointments. These tasks can also lead to more sales. What does it take to create an amazing call center? Many businesses have tried answering services and been turned off for reasons ranging from they don’t understand my business to pricing issues to rude […]

Monday, February 26th, 2007

Do You Need An Answering Service?

Tip! Ira Spere is a writer for EFLS . com where you will discover a wealth of resources on an answering service and other related information. It is nothing short of annoying when a person does not have an answering service. Let’s face it. In this day and age, everyone should be able to manage […]

Sunday, February 25th, 2007

Listening to Audible Books with MP3 Audio

By 12buyonline.com Tip! After iPod innovated and converted millions of people worldwide into early adopters of the mp3 player concept, dozens of companies got onto the band wagon to come out with their own versions of mp3 players. At Audible, you can purchase high-quality MP3 audio files of your favorite books, which you can then […]

Friday, February 23rd, 2007

VegaStream – Connecting VoIP to Existing Telephone Systems

History 1888 � Common battery system developed by Hammond V. Hayes, allows one central battery to power all telephones on an exchange, rather than relying on each units own battery. A misconception because after all, VoIP and Internet Telephony use a completely different signalling system to traditional telephony. Therefore a different device must be required […]

Wednesday, February 21st, 2007

Telephone Tips, Techniques and Etiquette

History 1888 – Common battery system developed by Hammond V. Hayes, allows one central battery to power all telephones on an exchange, rather than relying on each units own battery. Whether using the telephone for business or personal use, using this communication tool effectively means being timely, communicating clearly and having the other person’s interest […]

Sunday, February 18th, 2007

Domain Names For Sale

Tip! ) Use Keyword rich domain names – Assemble a list of action keywords that can serve as a dmain name or use a combination of keywords (example: killbugsfast.com). A domain name is a distinctive group of characters or numbers that is assigned to an Internet website. If you want to expand your business on […]

Saturday, February 17th, 2007

Meridian Phone Madness: How to Identify Your Meridian Telephone

By Bob Mrozinski History 1876 � Alexander Graham Bell invents the telephone, beating Elisha Gray by a matter of hours. Meridian means many things to many people. When people tell me they have a Meridian phone, they feel like they have fully identified their product and that our discussion can spring forward from there. Not […]

Saturday, February 17th, 2007

Why Your Business Need a Website

F.Y.I. Wishing you success in advertising your Internet Business Website. Web Presence gives your business a distince edge over your competitors, especially when you want to expand your current customer base. For exmaple, if Jane wants to find a real estate agent but she does not know who is the best in her area. Then […]

Wednesday, February 14th, 2007