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Book Review – Small Business for Dummies by Eric Tyson and Jim Schell

In Non-Fiction Writing on May 15, 2011 at 21:20

Small Business For Dummies

There are many people who start a small business every year, all around the world. 2011 will be no exception, and it is a key theme of the UK Government that small business has their role in supporting the re-energising of a stagnant economy. The problems that all entrepreneurs face are similar – what is my idea? Where will I get money to grow my business? How will I cope in the meantime?

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Book Review – Small Business Financial Management Kit for Dummies by Tracy & Tracy

In Non-Fiction Writing on May 15, 2011 at 14:57

Small Business Financial Management Kit For Dummies

The key to a successful business is how much money it makes. If a business doesn’t make money, then there isn’t a business there. The key to understanding this all is to ensure that you maintain control over what is coming in and what is coming out.

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Book Review – WordPress for Dummies by Lisa Sabin-Wilson

In Non-Fiction Writing on May 14, 2011 at 12:15

WordPress For Dummies (For Dummies (Computers))

There are many books in the marketplace that talk about blogging and putting content onto the Web for various reasons. Maybe you want to become an internet millionaire and decide that the first steps you will take is to create a blog about the subject you’re interested in. Or do you want to set a blog up to allow you and your friends to communicate and pool your stories and experiences.

Either way, blogging books are freely available to help you in your quest. From the very successful “…for Dummies” series of books comes “WordPress for Dummies” by Lisa Sabin-Wilson. The difference between this book and the other blogging books, is that it is concerns itself in the software that you will need to put your thoughts on the Net. There are sections on the content side of the coin, but the value in this book is using as a manual to understand WordPress.

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