37 Websites with Amazing Free Stock Photos and Images

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Finding good and free images is not as hard as it used to be, if you know where to look. Here are some great free stock photo sites divided between 100% free photos under the Creative Commons (CCO) license (free as long you don’t say the photos are yours) and those under different Creative Commons licenses (usually they just want you to give them credit, that’s all). Nonetheless, both are free for you to use for personal or commercial purposes. All sites do not require your registration unless stated. Continue reading “37 Websites with Amazing Free Stock Photos and Images” »

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What to Look For in a Lawyer for Your Business?

As an entrepreneur, you have to be competent in many things so that there is little room for gross incompetence in any area. However, unless you are professionally trained, accountancy and legal matters are two aspects that are hard to match up. A qualified business attorney will avail the assistance in most aspects of your business, from trademark advice to basic compliance requirements, lawsuits and liability guidance. Therefore, it’s accurate to say that the lawyer you hire for your firm can either make or break it. Continue reading “What to Look For in a Lawyer for Your Business?” »

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The most effective use of pull-up banners

This article was researched and created by Where The Trade Buys, who offer a range of banners including outdoor banners UK wide.

There’s several important aspects to consider when creating and printing your marketing material, such as banners. Design, colour scheme, language and text, they’re all crucial to create an effective piece of marketing. But have you given thought about the placement of your banners? Placing your banner in an optimal location will maximise your ROI, so it’s important to know where the best places are. Continue reading “The most effective use of pull-up banners” »

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The Pros and Cons of Starting a Business vs. a Franchise

If you’ve decided that you no longer want to work for someone else, it could be time to take the leap and go it alone. Before you do, there is a key decision to be made- namely, do you want to open a franchise or start from scratch and build your own business? In this article we will look into the pros and cons of both approaches. Continue reading “The Pros and Cons of Starting a Business vs. a Franchise” »

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Sounding the Part, Avoiding Annoying Workplace Jargon

There are certain industries in which sounding like you know exactly what you’re talking about is ironically a clear indication that you don’t in fact know what you’re talking about. The best example of such an industry is the world of programming, particularly with regards to programming done as part of a start-up. Venture capitalists who listen to many pitches from start-up entrepreneurs seeking funding are especially aware of this view and swear by it. The only part of the pitch during which you must sound like you know exactly what you’re talking about is when you’re discussing the idea itself – what problem you have identified to solve and how your proposed solution is going to solve that problem. You’re effectively right in the middle of the “search-phase,” so you’re not expected to be too clued up about exactly how you’re going to build the solution. Continue reading “Sounding the Part, Avoiding Annoying Workplace Jargon” »

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