9 Tactics To Increase Profits This Month

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, entrepreneurs ON Aug 16, 2018

Whether you want to take your growing business to the next level or you’ve hit a financial plateau and need to break out of it, you’re reading this because you want to increase your profits.

Making a positive change to your income statement means making changes within your business; the key lies in finding the change that will move the revenue needle for you.

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How This Engineer Grew His Business 300% By Expanding His Online Sales Channels

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, entrepreneurs ON Jul 12, 2018

Mark Tyrol may be an engineer by trade, but he’s an entrepreneur at heart.

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This Multi-Million Dollar Business Solves Every Driver’s Nightmare: Parking

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, inspiration, entrepreneurs ON Jun 28, 2018

The year was 2006 and Charles Cridland was walking through his native London. As he made his trek to the train station on foot, he silently bemoaned all the private driveways and parking spots sitting empty that he passed along the way.

Suddenly, a thought hit him. The spots weren’t being used, but they belonged to someone.

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This Entrepreneur Built A Business On Preserving The Chicago Skyline

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, inspiration, entrepreneurs ON Jun 14, 2018

If you’ve ever worked with a contractor to update your home, you know how trying the process can be. For every successful project, there are a dozen other horror stories: contractors that go MIA, projects where costs balloon infinitely, mistakes that plague the homeowner for years into the future.

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Client Spotlight: How This Entrepreneurial Power Couple Sparked A Fitness Revolution

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, client spotlight, entrepreneurs ON Jun 7, 2018

In the early 2000’s Matt Marks was following the path many budding entrepreneurs take: working full time (in his case, sales and marketing) while pursuing his passion project—DJing at local nightclubs and events—on the side.

It was around that time he met the woman who would one day become his wife, a popular fitness instructor named Susy C who was known all over the area for her high-energy Zumba classes and addictive choreography.

From the start, it was a match made in musical heaven.

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How This Art Aficionado Turned His Passion For Museums Into A Burgeoning Business

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, entrepreneurs ON Mar 8, 2018

Nick Gray’s idea of a good date? One that leads to $3 million a year in revenue.

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Client Spotlight: How ACD Direct Slashed Its Invoicing Time By More Than Half

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, client spotlight ON Mar 1, 2018

When a non-profit needs to raise money, they turn to ACD Direct. Established in 2003, the data entry and contact center handles millions of minutes worth of calls every month from patrons looking to support their favorite charitable organizations. When a person decides to make a pledge, ACD Direct takes the call, processes the contribution, and manages any customer service issues that arise along the way.

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A Google Penalty Almost Killed This Company. Here’s How It Made A Comeback

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, entrepreneurs ON Feb 22, 2018

In 2013, Khalid Saleh and his wife Ayat were riding high. They’d build their online marketing and conversion optimization company, Invesp, into a thriving business. Conversion optimization had become commonplace, and most businesses understood its importance. Invesp was enjoying consistent growth.

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How This Early Education Center Maintains Almost-Perfect Payment Rates

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, business, client spotlight ON Feb 15, 2018

Rebecca Sato never meant to become an entrepreneur. 

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Want To Get Paid More? Follow This 2-Part Roadmap

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability ON Feb 1, 2018

There’s not an entrepreneur on this planet who doesn’t want to get paid more. Even if money isn’t what drives you, you’d just plain be a bad businessman to turn down more cash for the same amount of work.

Money opens doors, and with more of it you’d be able to funnel more money back into your business, pass profits on to your employees, invest in philanthropic initiatives and so much more. So, are you making as much money as you can for the work you’re doing?

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