Posts Tagged ‘Should’

I want to start Investing Money into the Stock Market, Where should I invest?

Question by Help Me: I want to start Investing Money into the Stock Market, Where should I invest?
What Broker should I use if I am starting off investing no more that $ 1000? I dont want to start off with a large amount, i want to work my way up. Which company is best for a beginner Investor? What company actually has clients that start off investing only $ 1000-$ 2000 to start off with? Any advice would be very appreciated
Thanks

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Answer by calvinc06
most mutual fund companies have funds with low initial required investments. try vanguard or t. rowe price. i use morningstar.com to research

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15

03 2013

What area should I start working on in Internet Marketing?

Question by ngaai: What area should I start working on in Internet Marketing?
I am 24. I play guitars (advanced) and the piano. I am good at programming and puzzle solving. I am pretty much everything a perfect computer geek needs to be. I am planning to start off a company before which I will need to get a feel of how marketing works on the internet. I would like to create niche blogs but I don’t see where I should start and what topic would be ideal for me. Could you suggest a way for me to get things going.

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Answer by labchatboard
Blog about what you know to start with and get a feel for it. Get a couple of free blogs at WordPress on the go.

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25

02 2013

What should i include in my web design portfolio?

Question by Hercules: What should i include in my web design portfolio?
I just finish a wed design training course now I need to prepare CV. What should i include in it it’s a web design cv i dont know what put in it help please

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Answer by jf
First off, people want to see what you can actually do, not what you say you’ve learned to do. So you want to put down as much experience as you can (so any links you have showcasing your skills). If all you have is your own site, then go with that, its better than nothing.

After that, you need to outline your “skills.” Do you know HTML, CSS, PHP, ASP, java, javascript, Flash, Action Script, Silverlight, etc.? Make people aware of how wide your skill set is/isn’t. Be honest, it’ll give you a more realistic shot at getting (and keeping) a job.

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17

02 2013

Which degree should I get to get a job in a company in which I can travel abroad on business trips?

Question by Q&A: Which degree should I get to get a job in a company in which I can travel abroad on business trips?
Which degree should I get to get a job in a company wherein I am assigned to travel abroad frequently on business trips? Is it an MBA? If it is, then under MBA there are many sub divisions, which one do I have to go for? And, how many years of work experience would I need to get to this level of a job?

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Answer by MarchMay
An MBA by itself is not a guarantee that you’ll get to travel a lot. It is just a masters degree in business. There are many industries that involve travel–business, engineering, science, academics, international relations, politics. It’s really a matter of choosing an industry you would enjoy working in, then targeting a career that involves travel. As for number of years, usually US companies send their experts to travel, so I would say at least 5 years of experience in a particular area.

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17

12 2012

If a company hires a person to manage and update their webpage,find clients, how much should they get paid?

Question by lsanc83: If a company hires a person to manage and update their webpage,find clients, how much should they get paid?
The company is a bar/restaurant. A small company. The responsibilities would involve sending emails, managing their webpage, updating the webpage, updating if there are special events, posting pictures, looking for clients. How much should the person charge? The person has no certificate but has a lot of experience due to hobby.

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Answer by Stefanie
It would depend on the skill and ability level. I have a college degree and I do web copywriting, e-mail marketing, search engine optimization, and promotions, and I typically charge $ 150/hour or more. Given that you don’t really describe everything in a professional way, I’m guessing you may not have a ton of experience, and you should probably charge somewhere in the $ 20-30/hour range if this is your first real client. Do your best there, and keep learning. There are thousands of pages online that can teach you more about what you’re doing so you can get to the point where you can charge more each hour.

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18

11 2012

what imformation should i have if i want to have a little typing bussiness?

Question by MckyD: what imformation should i have if i want to have a little typing bussiness?
im 12 yrs young i want to make some money so i decided since im good at typing maybe i should type for people and i dont know what imformation i should include for the flyers.

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Answer by Kyle G
Hi There,

Good Post! I love everything about business, escpecially the marketing and advertising parts. These things make or break a business. I’ve found many ways to advertise my business that might help you. If you have a website, try SEO and PPC (pay per click from Google Adwords).

If you advertise your business offline, try handing out flyers, printing coupons, and yellowpage advertising).

The best method I’ve found yet is to buy business cards and hand them out everwhere. I buy them from a place online that gives the cards for free and only charges for shipping and handling. I hand these out to everyone I meet, and I leave them on cars where ever I go (I also got a free business card holder that looks really impressive)!

http://www.cards-free-2-bis.info

Take care and good luck with your business!

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17

11 2012

what programming course should i do?

Question by beeballer: what programming course should i do?
I am working fulltime in online marketing covering social media, ppc, seo and affiliate marketing and am thinking of doing a programming course so I can develop software apps for mobile as well as developing dynamic websites?

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Answer by no1home2day
I would personally recommend Visual Basic .NET. It has the fastest learning curve, and it is now fully Object Oriented, just like the C family of programming languages (C, C+, C++ and C#), and it takes advantage of Microsoft’s .NET framework.

But remember, learning a programming language is like learning words in a foreign language. Unless you know the syntax and grammar of the language, along with euphamisms of the language, it won’t do you much good.

And programming is very literal. You can’t say “go to the store and buy some milk and bread. Make sure you comb your hair before you go out. The money is on the counter.”

From a programmer’s perspective, the person receiving these instructions would first go to the store, TRY to buy some milk and bread – unsuccessfully – then go home and comb his hair, then take the money from the counter, and then stop his activities, period.

Before you can even begin programming, you need to learn how to use the programming “environment”, Visual Studio Express edition, which you can download for free from Microsoft.

To be a good programmer, you need to be able to analyze a problem, break it down into it’s component parts, then describe each action in the correct chronological order.

Of course, there are programming techniques you would need to learn, such as how to sort a list of names or numbers, et cetera, or how to access data from a Database system.

Then, when you have finished the program, you need to be able to “debug” it – find out why the results are not what you expected.

Of course, if you CAN get through all this, when you write your very first program, and double-click on it and it actually runs and does what you want it to do, that is the very greatest feeling in the world, in MY opinion – it makes it worth ALL the effort you put in to learning it.

But you can’t get discouraged along the way, or you will give up before you ever achieve your goal – just make sure you “count the cost” – in time you spend learning, mostly – before you dive into learning how to program.

Good luck.

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19

09 2012

should I hire a SEO or market my website myself?

Question by Brian D: should I hire a SEO or market my website myself?
I am starting a new website and would like to know if I should hire a marketer to drive traffic to my website or should I do it myself. I know I can do google adwords myself but was just wondering if an SEO marketer would have other ways to get a large amount of traffic to my website

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Answer by brodan
Market your website yourself. It will make you a better marketer.

Hiring others to do the SEO for you can be a hassle and a waste of money. If you’re not an expert, AdWords is like courting disaster.

Study on-page SEO so you can make the necessary adjustments to your site if any. Then do a lot of article marketing to build up one-way links to your site from high PR article directories like EzineArticles.

If you have money to spend, better spend it on outsourcing your article marketing.

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15

09 2012

How much should a entry level marketing manager for a real estate company make(2 years of experience)?

Question by spencebuck: How much should a entry level marketing manager for a real estate company make(2 years of experience)?
I have 2 years of experience in webs design, writing, seo and Im having an interview with Keller Williams. I’m curious how much they offer me for a salary.

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Answer by Porsche
KW works on commission only, and they have a web set from corporate that they’re required to use. They’ll try to make you a real estate agent.

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11

09 2012

What Questions Should You Be Prepared To Answer When Meeting With An SEO Firm?

Question by : What Questions Should You Be Prepared To Answer When Meeting With An SEO Firm?
A friend of mine is about to sit down with a new SEO company. What questions should he be prepared to answer? I told him to be prepared to answer the following questions in case they ask.
1. What 6 specific keywords are you trying to rank for?
2. What keyword string are you trying to rank for? example: Website Design, Content Management Systems
3. How many years was your domain purchased for? How long have you owned it?
4. Is your website hosted on a linux or windows server?
5. Are you familiar with backlinks? Do you know how to build backlinks?
6. Do you have a Google Webmaster Tools, Yahoo Site Explorer, or Bing Webmaster Center account?
7. Do you have analytics to track visitors?
8. Does your current site have a sitemap.xml or robots.txt?
9. Is your business listed on Yelp?
10. Do you have any PPC or Adword accounts live sending traffic to your website?

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Answer by Dhapri
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07

09 2012


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