Inside the October 1999 Issue
Want to power up your marketing plan? It's cheaper than you think. Send your business to the next level (and save some trees) with an e-mail newsletter.
Deep-dish, gourmet, stuffed or extra-thin--no matter how you slice it, pizza delivers profits for entrepreneurs. Here's how to get your piece of the pie.
Is your business killing you? How to break your bad habits and pick up better ones.
No, we're not talking about the big meal you had a few hours ago. We're talking turn-of-the-century, down-to-the-nitty-gritty, is-my-business-everything-i-hoped-it'd-be satisfied.
Get your business in front of consumers the Seth Godin--author and marketer extraordinaire--way.
Smart moves for entrepreneurs on a quest to find the perfect location.
Adventure-lovers stoke a demand for survival gear.
Nothing temp about it
Hmm? Where's the paper? Welcome to e-literature.
Getting a read on the success of BookTalk
So many countries, so little time . . .
Do the topics of minimum wage and health care automatically get your blood boiling? Maybe it's time to step back and think about more than your bottom line.
Your innkeeper knows more about you than you think.
What you can learn from one woman's loan fiasco
Get the lowdown on news, trends, programs and more.
Hard facts on the latest software
The latest and greatest high-tech tools and gadgets
The scoop on starting your own magazine
Got big ideas? Make money the easy way: Sell them to others.
Stock up, the new IRS, cut costs online
Health insurance--why you need it, where to get it
Spies like you, street-smart marketing
Beating The Odds
If you think your problems are insurmountable, imagine maintaining your customer base from a hospital bed--broken leg, crushed voice box and all.
Help--both state and private--is on the way for a variety of financial needs.
Mark your calendar.
Tax cuts here, managed care there: Bits of bills push their way through Congress.
Suspicious not all areas of your company are bringing in a profit? Break it down with activity-based costing.
Prevent your board members from jumping ship.
Audits for your own good
Drawing up a contract with your Web site developer? Fight for your rights before the battle breaks out.
Find out what OSHA thinks of your business before you're inspected.
No more teachers, no more books. Welcome to the wide world of online learning.
Meetings not as productive as they should be? Make a party of them.
Your claims are most persuasive coming from the mouths of happy customers.
8 marketing mistakes you can't afford to make
Turn the tables on intimidators.
Silent marketing tools that appeal to the senses
Many entrepreneurs are consumed with putting price tags on their products or services. But at what cost to their businesses?
Like taking chances? The tide could be turning in the Land of the Rising Sun.
The ups and downs of juggling more than one bank
Where to turn when your money-raising dilemma is more than you can face alone
Feel defenseless against Uncle Sam? New regulations could make S corps better protection for your assets.
Connect with a government contract, and you could make the sale of the century.
Possibly your entire image. Before you rush to get your product on the market, take the time to choose the right name.
Turning your hobby into a profitable business.
Child care isn't just baby-sitting anymore.
Staffing franchises put you in the people business.
Think you're entitled to an exclusive territory? Think again.
Own your own tropical island.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for social responsibility.
Whats Your Problem
My design is ready for the world. Now what?
The skinny on the latest generation of mininotebook computers
The only thing better than being a computer geek is picking the brain of one.
Worldwide telephony standards are on the way.
Want your customers to visit your site again and again? Keep them tuned in with message boards and valuable information.
Forget the hassles of licensing software. Feel free to play with the programming. And hey, there's no purchase cost.
State-of-the-art tech tools
Get a handle on your site's bells and whistles.