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About Vishal P. Rao

Vishal P. Rao is the owner of http://www.home-based-business-opportunities.com - One of Internet's leading website dedicated to starting, managing and marketing a home based business.
How To Avoid Work-at-Home Scams and What To Do When You’re A Victim

As more and more people opt-out of conventional jobs and instead choose to work from their homes, the number of work-at-home scams has also increased. Each year thousands of people find out the hard way that opportunities which are too good to be true usually are but not before they invest and waste millions of dollars a year.

You are Being Lied to About Reciprocal Links!

Exchanging links has been an important part of generating traffic since the concept of Internet marketing was first established, but at least 90% of people looking to trade links don’t understand the real benefits and, therefore, fail to make the most of them.

Working at Home Doesn’t Have to Mean Feeling Alone

Operating a home-based business may let you set your own schedule, spend more time with your children, and earn more money but it does have its own set of challenges. One of those challenges can be a feeling of loneliness.

Dealing with Disgruntled Customers

No matter how hard you try, in business you simply can’t please everyone. You could have a highly trained customer service squadron and an award-winning product, but still you’d have some buyers who just weren’t happy. The bad news is that unhappy customers are more eager to share their experiences than happy ones which could spell disaster for your business.

Benefits of Ebooks for Your Business

No matter what type of home-based business you operate, chances are ebooks are already or should be part of it. Most of us are familiar with the term and probably have seen at least one ebook, but you may not have realized how beneficial they could be for your business.

Ideal Marketing Methods for Home-Based Businessess

What is the difference between a small business that makes it and one that does not? Most likely, the one that was successful engaged in some effective marketing. Wise marketing is critical for owners of home-based businesses for a number of reasons:

How to Protect Yourself & Your Business

As a business owner, you already know how important it is for your customers to feel safe about doing business with you. After all, if a customer even suspects he may not receive everything he was promised, then chances are he’s taking his business elsewhere. So to prevent that you offer guarantees, secure payment methods, prompt customer service, and more. You do whatever it takes to show each customer that you are sincere and trustworthy.

How Becoming an Expert Can Boost Your Success

As a home-based business owner, part of your focus is always on securing new customers. While it is true that your repeat clients are the backbone of your success, you need to add to those returning numbers if you want your business to grow.

Writing Effective Sales Copy

Whether you run a home-based business or Microsoft, one thing is always true: products do not sell themselves. So what makes customers buy? Words.

Dealing With Business Slow Downs

When times are slow for your home-based business, chances are you won’t have the luxury of waiting and seeing if things improve. You’ll need to take steps quickly to get back on track.

Five Hints for Surviving a Business Slump

Starting and running a home-based business has plenty of benefits and can generate a decent living quite easily, but the ride isn’t always simple. When sales are slow or new customers are sparse, you don’t need to throw in the towel and call it quits.

Technology & Your Business: A Beneficial Relationship

As a home-based business owner, you probably don’t have a high-priced IT manager on staff to fill you in on which technologies could help boost your efficiency and success. You may also lack the confidence to incorporate new technology into your home office, particularly if that technology is unfamiliar.

Knowing Your Customers; Closing the Sale

Just because your business is based in your home that doesn’t mean you can afford to ignore the most important element of your success: sales. The bottom line is that your sales ability will make or break your business’s future. Chances are, however, that unless you have a background in sales, you lack the helpful training which will give you a competitive advantage.

Keeping Your Business’s Finances on Track
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One of the biggest benefits of operating a home-based business is that it doesn’t require any formal training or experience. After all, some of the most successful individuals never attended a single business-related class or workshop.

Do-It-Yourself Web Design for Home-Based Businesses

Home-based businesses need a strong web presence to combat the inflated advertising and marketing budgets of their larger competitors, but establishing that presence through a professionally designed and developed web site may not be an affordable option. In many cases, the only cost-effective way to get the web site you want for your business is to do it yourself.

Establishing Your Web Presence

Part of the success of most home-based businesses is their web presence. After all, you want to benefit from the global exposure, reduced marketing expenses, and low entry costs. But to receive those benefits, you must first get your web site off the ground which means you need to select an effective domain name and find reliable web hosting.

Three Steps to a Professional Image

One of the biggest reasons home-based business entrepreneurs often fail to attract customers is that they also fail to create a professional image. A professional image is an element of your credibility and without credibility winning customers is an uphill battle.

Five Ideas for Unique (and Cheap) Marketing

Home-based businesses generally lack the large marketing budgets of bigger companies, but a smaller budget doesn’t have to stop you from engaging in clever and effective campaigns.

Five Foolproof Ways to Improve Your Web Site Sales

When you run an online home-based business, your web site is more than simply a company location. It’s also your primary source of advertising and marketing. If you’ve noticed that sales are lagging or if you’re simply looking for ideas for a site you’re building, the following five tips can help you boost revenue and develop an even more successful web presence.

Tax Tips for Home-Based Business Owners
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As tax time approaches, many home-based business owners begin completing their forms or paying their accountants with trepidation. This nervousness comes from two sources: a fear of being audited and a fear of having to pay a lot. For the most part, both of these fears are unfounded.

Ideal Marketing Methods for Home-Based Businesses

What is the difference between a small business that makes it and one that does not? Most likely, the one that was successful engaged in some effective marketing. Wise marketing is critical for owners of home-based businesses for a number of reasons:

Picking the Perfect Marketing Method For Your Home-Based Business

Part of running a successful business is making it grow. Home-based businesses are no exception. In fact, it can be even more important if you are just starting out or lack a potential client base. The key to growing a business is marketing.

Developing Multiple Streams of Income for Your Home-Based Business

Many home-based business owners have a single service or product they provide. They may sell e-books or crafts or speech-writing services. Specializing in one area is good for many reasons. For one, it makes marketing easier and helps that business build a solid reputation in one area.

Although specialization has its benefits, businesses who derive all of their profit from a single area are overall more susceptible to economic fluctuations and less profitable long term.

First Steps to Picking the Perfect Marketing Method For Your Home-Based Business

Part of running a successful business is making it grow. Home-based businesses are no exception. In fact, it can be even more important if you are just starting out or lack a potential client base. The key to growing a business is marketing.