What are the key tax issues for small businesses with a home office? Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to talk about some of the primary tax deductions that are generally available for those small businesses that operate from a home office.
Are you taking advantage of the free online applications that are available? Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to talk a list of powerful software and communications capability that is available to small businesses online for free.
How do you manage communication styles among e-channels? Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why you shouldn't use texting styles in email, plus other suggestions about business communication across all platforms in the 21st century.
How can you mine the gold that can be found in the contact information of the people you meet? Jeff Zbar and Jim Blasingame talk about specific tips and best practices you can use to leverage modern technology with an old practice: meeting people and finding out how to connect with them later.
Reporting on the new Google Buzz social media aggregator, Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to talk about what Buzz does, how it works, why you should care and if this is the next weapon in Google's plan to take over the world.
As more and more work is being conducted in the "cloud," what price does privacy and security pay? Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the dark side of the very convenient, inexpensive and efficient resources available online in the clouds, including a likely loss of privacy and a potential loss of security.
All small business owners need to become better writers, according to Jeff Zbar and Jim Blasingame, as they discuss why with things like local search, posting strategic words online is one of the new keys to success.
Jeff Zbar and Jim Blasingame look at the prospects for micropreneurs, including technology and customer acquisition.
Micropreneur expert, Jeff Zbar, joins Jim Blasingame to offer success tips and perspectives for doing business at the micropreneurs level in 2010.
Can you actually find success in a simple "Thank you"? Jeff Zbar and Jim Blasingame agree that showing customers appreciation is one of the most important success strategies. So, why isn't it done more often?