Anyone that’s a member or reads the blog knows that I occassionally have a spirt of tech play and create a video to show a process or method that I use to promote, build or start a home business.
These videos are pretty bad, I admit it, but they’re only there as a ‘how to’, simply to inform, they don’t need to look good.
However, if you’re trying to sell a product or service via online video Andy Jenkins just released a new “Video Series” TODAY – and it’s going to melt your brain and ignite your imagination – and tickle other unmentionable areas…
Telecommuting, whether full or part-time, is becoming increasingly popular in the United States & Europe. According to a 2008 survey from the Society for Human Resource Management, 57% of HR professionals indicate that their organization offers some form of telecommuting. The potential rewards are many from increased productivity and cost savings to happier employees and greater appeal among potential recruits.
I did mention back in November that I was going to use members and readers as occasional guinea pigs – well here’s experiment 1. Phase II of global domination.
In a very dark room, where we keep our web programmers, a new website is being built to promote the ‘Supporting Parents In Business’ campaign as a standalone project.
Using various methods of guilt and hot-flushes we have managed to secure the support of many large firms from both sides of the Atlantic. Part of the deal being that they have to promote flexible work and post their flex jobs on hmp. In return they get a socially responsible pat on the back and the chance to put their logo on the site.
Well, hello there! It looks like youâ€™re interested in hooking yourself up with a nice, juicy piece of hmp. Arenâ€™t you clever?
hmp advises on flexible work, home businesses and telecommuting for companies and individuals on both sides of the Atlantic.
With the rise of broadband connectivity the world can now come to you and business infrastructures are becoming increasingly more flexible and nimble.
If you need a little help regarding this new, flexible era of work then we’re here to help.
The bad news is, as of right now, anyway, we can’t. Weâ€™re booked out for about two months in advance.
If you are really into getting some advise, the best thing for you to do is sign up below to find out when we open up consulting slots. (Full disclosure: we donâ€™t email you regularly with newsletters or anything, but we do email a lot when we’re free. Itâ€™s a two months of nothing, five days of mayhem kind of list.)
Or you could keep coming back here every day and clicking refresh, although I donâ€™t recommend that.
This is the big one. This is the question that you just can’t ignore if you’re going to invest in your own business. Unfortunately, you can’t answer it, no-one can.
I was watching a bit of TV last night and there were a couple of Irish entrepreneurs selling genuine Irish dirt, bits of earth, in a nice bag to the American market. They were selling tons of the stuff. Can you imagine going to the bank with that business plan? The manager would have to change his pants.
But however bizarre it sounds these guys are making it work. I’ve no clue what research they did, if any, they just had an idea and it turned out to be a pretty good one. So is your idea a good one?