As it is a known fact that VoIP resellers feature lower down the hierarchical order of VoIP business, there arises a question whether they can make a good profit margin while extending their services to end users. The answer is a big “YES” as it opens up potential business opportunities for them which most fail to comprehend.
No matter at whichever level you are tagged on in the VoIP business hierarchy, you can still make a fortune with the kind of services you’re enabled to offer to your subordinate levels. So, as a reseller you can scale up your business growth efficiently only if you’re able to ensure seamless business run as indicated below.
Expand your business boundaries
Most resellers focus on transmitting VoIP services from retailers to end users or other resellers. Apart from this, you will have to concentrate on different set of end users such as call … Read More
The “tone” of a written piece – like your brochure – can best be defined as the “feel” or “emotional effect” this piece has.
Many things make up “tone.” The words you use in your brochure. The length of your sentences. The colors you use. The font. The punctuation. The type of graphics or photos. The graphic design.The type of paper you use.
To give your brochure its proper “tone,” all of these elements need to come together, giving it one particular feel.
“That’s nice,” I bet your saying right now. “Wake me up when you’re done with your artsy lecture.”
Whoa, pardner! Back up the Mac–or park your PC–right now & listen up.
This is not some fancy-schmancy, high-falutin’, artsy-fartsy, fuzzy-wuzzy concept. It’s real. And it has real (read: “bottomline”) consequences.
I’ll start by describing an actual brochure I saw, one that I’ve used as a very bad example, … Read More
This article will help to design business card in QuarkXPress. This a very useful tool to create the best designs of business cards. QuarkXPress gives many tools to create and design attractive cards. To design a new business card, open a new document and draw few frames to exact size of the card that you need. The most common and standard size of a business card is 4.25 wide by 2.25 high.
First step to do is find a logo for the card. If you have outsourced the logo creation and not received yet, then use a sample picture from the clip art. To add the picture on the card, draw a picture box in the frame and bring in the picture or import it.
Next step is to put in your name and contact information. So, draw a text box in the frame and enter your information such as … Read More
Even though many years separate these two painful events the common denominator of what caused both, is the same.
Back in the 1920’s you could put one dollar down and buy ten dollars worth of stock. This kind of leverage is fine when the stock market goes higher causing a wind up in stock prices and also high confidence in investors who felt they couldn’t lose.
As stocks moved higher and higher it seemed as though they were correct.
But when the market stopped going higher stockbrokers started calling their clients to let them know they had to put up more money. Some could sell stocks to cover their accounts but when every brokerage firm got a hold of all their clients with the same message it was like yelling fire in a packed theater. With all these people trying to sell all at once the crash in prices was … Read More
Taxation of an LLC in Va is a common question for those starting an Virginia limited liability company. The good news is that if you know the rules and meet certain timing requirements, you can choose how your Virginia LLC will be taxed for income tax purpose.
TAX CHOICE #1: PASS THROUGH TAXATION
The first tax choice for an LLC in Va is to be taxed as a pass through entity. This means that the legal entity itself does not pay any income tax on its profits and gains. Instead the profits are passed through to the owners of the Virginia limited liability company and paid by the owners on their individual tax returns.
The process depends on whether the business is owned by a single member or by more than one member. With a single member LLC, the legal entity is disregarded for all tax purposes and the single … Read More