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March 2010

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March 2010

Start Up | March 2010
March 2010
Start Up Magazine

The Truth (About Loans) is Out There

We found three bankers who actually want to make loans to small businesses. Here's what they have to say.

Tech Essentials

Startups come in all shapes and sizes, but for all their differences, there are some technological staples each company needs to survive.

You Can Still Make Big Money on the Web

Popular social networking platforms aren't the only sites making money online.

Don't Let Sweat Equity Create 'Phantom Income'

How to set up an LLC without creating taxable income for your sweat-equity partner

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Earn Your Bones with a Doggie Daycare

How Dana Hood capitalized on the pet business trend with For the Love of Dog.

Work-Life Balance: Achieve It

No matter how well you plan, there will be unforeseen roadblocks that must be resolved.

Marketing and Sales Must Work in Unison

Follow these tips for creating promotional materials that work as hard as you do.

The Greening of Golf

Being ecofriendly doesn't mean you don't have a great product.

Fitness Franchise Flexes its Muscle

Fitness Snap caters to those who like to work out without the circus atmosphere.

Essential Tech for Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs share what tech tools they can't live without.

Become a Follow-Up Fanatic

Far too many startups lose valuable sales through a lack of consistent follow-up. Here's how to do it better.

Taking the Next Step

Making the leap from employee to franchise entrepreneur

A Rocky Mountain Chocolate High

Stephanie Kusayanagi learns that business can be profitable and fun.

The Buddy System

5 people you should get to know when launching your business.

Crowdsourcing Options Multiply

Tapping into the right online communities enables businesses to bypass the need for hiring employees.

You Can Overcome a Poor First Impression

Tips for regaining customers' trust and winning them over.

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