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[27 Mar 2009 | 95 Comments | ]
How to Successfully Promote Yourself during a Job Interview

Be Prepared

The best way to be prepared to sell your skills during a job interview is to start at least a few days ahead. Anticipate the questions you’ll be asked and plan some answers. Make sure you’re ready to be convincing about pointing out how your skills and experience make you the ideal choice for the job.
Bring a neat looking folder or case to hold any items you’ll need on the interview day. Don’t forget to bring a stack of business cards plus extra resumes. Even though you most likely …

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[7 Feb 2009 | 5 Comments | ]
Why You Should Hand Out Your Business Cards at a Job Interview

You Make Contacting You Convenient for the Company


Your business card should list your different phone numbers with the best times to reach you. Having a website address on your card is great if your website supports the image your business card promotes of you and further sells your skills and abilities.
In presenting multi contact options on your business card, you increase the convenience for hiring companies to get a hold of you. Make sure everything including your contact information is accurate on your business card. Never hand out old …

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[5 Feb 2009 | 202 Comments | ]
Why You Should Send a Thank You Card after Every Job Interview

Saying Thank You at the Interview Isn’t Enough

Some job seekers think that if they thank the interviewer for his or her time before leaving the interview, they don’t have to send a thank you card. This kind of thinking can and has seen the job go to the candidate that sent the interviewer a thank you card the day after the interview. It’s not simply a matter of being polite.
While it’s true that thanking the interviewer for his or her time is the main point behind sending thank you cards, …

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[4 Feb 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Web Hosting for Your Wedding

Why Have a Website for Your Wedding?

When you’re engaged and have the date set for your wedding, consider having a website set up to help plan, organize and communicate your thoughts leading up to the big day. If the wedding is a destination one, the sight could include travel itineraries and weather conditions. Having a wedding website is a great way for your wedding guests from all over to connect and add their comments, share photos and receive your maps or information about the wedding and related events.

A message board …

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[16 Jan 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

You Can Get the Right Attention with Professional Design
Custom letterhead in a clear, professional design gets the attention of job interviewers and human resources workers alike. Getting this attention is important because the typical resume reader spends less than a minute on each resume & sometimes only a few seconds.
Use printed originals not photocopies. A clean, tasteful custom letterhead design on 8½ x 11 quality heavier weight paper is an excellent way to show prospective employers that you’re professional. Don’t be overly ornate in your lettering or go overboard in …

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[11 Dec 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

You Have Only Seconds to Make a Good Impression on Paper

It’s estimated that the average human resources professional spends between 15 and 45 seconds reading a resume and cover letter. This means you have to instantly create a good impression by promoting yourself well on paper.
A resume package that includes a cover letter and resume with custom letterhead makes you stand out as a unique, yet professional individual. Everything in the resume package must promote you in the best light as the ideal fit for the job. All of …

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[13 Nov 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

What is Business Web Hosting?
Web hosting provides businesses with a folder on a server for their website pages and files. Business web hosting companies rent out online space to promote other businesses. Having a company website is a must as organizations today need an online presence, either to showcase their products or to establish their credibility in their field.
Many different business website hosting plans are available and it’s important to choose the one that best supports your website design. As your business grows, you’ll need more space and more …

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[22 Sep 2008 | One Comment | ]

Custom Rubber Stamps add Personality and a Small Business Feel to Your Communications
Rubber stamps can add a great small business look to your marketing materials. Show you’re proud of your small business by not trying to look like a big business and by showing off your products. For example, you can create package headers and labels that look home-spun and rustic to sell your handcrafted jewelry designs or other items.

Quality, customized rubber stamps can be ordered easily and cheaply to meet the exact needs of your small business. Self-inking …

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[11 Sep 2008 | One Comment | ]

Stamps for Start Ups

Rubber address stamps are perfect for start up and small businesses. The budget is very limited when businesses are just beginning or are very small, plus the location may be temporary. This way, rubber stamps can be used to place the return address on business envelopes and other stationery before the company is established with a more permanent address. Rubber stamps offer good value for their low cost because a quality self-inking rubber stamp can be used thousands of times before needing re-inking.

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Rubber address …

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[22 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

Low Cost Marketing Technique that Still Works Today

More than ever, it’s easy to find good quality, low cost customized pens that help you market your small business. The more pens you need, the lower your price will be. Pens are lightweight and don’t take up much space, so they’re perfect for handing out anywhere. Don’t just offer people your promotional pens at trade shows and events; get your company name out to potential customers on a regular basis. It’s as simple as asking a person in your doctor’s waiting room: …