• How to Size Photos for Cell Phones

    While most of today's business-orientated smartphones are able to store and display large photos, it is usually better to resize them so that they are optimized for the phone and take up less space, especially since most cell phones have a limited storage capacity. The best image resolution for most smartphones is 640 by 320 pixels, although you should ideally maintain the aspect ratio of the original image or the output image will be distorted.

  • What Are Variable Manufacturing Costs?

    Small businesses and new start-ups must keep close watch on their manufacturing costs to make a profit. The term "variable manufacturing cost" applies to accounting methods to track business expenses and profits. Depending on the type of accounting system used, the specifics of the variable costs vary widely.

  • What Are Initial Business Planning Ideas?

    Every successful business starts with an idea and extensive planning. The planning process must be given proper attention because during the planning process many people find a better idea or uncover valuable information about their target market they didn't see before performing research. Testing your ideas in a variety of ways will strengthen your idea before bringing it to fruition.

  • What Is a Night Shift?

    A night shift, sometimes referred to as a graveyard shift, is a work period that usually runs from 11 p.m. or midnight until 7 or 8 a.m. in the morning. This is common in 24-hour businesses or workplaces, as companies often run three shifts of workers. Retailers, hospitals, hotels and manufacturing plants are common employers who run night shifts.

  • How to Send Outlook Appointments as a Text

    In addition to sending emails and organizing contacts, Microsoft Outlook can be configured to send text-based notifications to mobile devices. If your business keeps you on the go or away from the computer, take advantage of Outlook’s Mobile Reminders feature to have your calendar appointments sent to your phone as text messages.

  • Importing a PowerPoint Into a SMART Board

    The SMART Board interactive whiteboard is an excellent tool for sales as well as for training staff. It lets people work together on projects using both their own computers and the board itself. The SMART Board is especially useful for illustrating, modifying and discussing material that has been composed in Microsoft PowerPoint. Its proprietary software allows import of PowerPoint files.

  • What Happens When Payroll Outweighs Income?

    Just a fraction of small businesses survive past their second birthdays. The American Bankruptcy Institute said more than 40,000 small businesses filed for bankruptcy protection in 2008. Insufficient capital and poor financial management, along with a bad economy, are among the top reasons they fail, the U.S. Small Business Administration reports. But, in the interim, there are these arduous periods when you're short on cash and unable to make payroll. This can be an employee's worst nightmare and yours too when the tax, legal and bureaucratic penalties come down for failure to pay your employees. You've got options that can help you meet your obligations. They all involve begging, pleading and beseeching for more time and money.

  • How to Move Multiple Icons on Your IPhone

    Icons on an iPhone can be moved and organized into different pages and folders, based on your preferences. Moving icons from one screen or folder to another is a relatively simple task that takes only a little practice to truly master. Utilizing folders and icon organization helps make an iPhone more personalized, custom and efficient.

  • What Is Needed to Open a Bowling Alley?

    Today's bowling alley is often a family center where people of all ages gather. It may offer a dining area, a video arcade and some pool tables as well as bowling lanes. Whatever your ideal of a bowling center is, you can create it if you start with a business plan and stick to it. It takes several months to open a bowling alley business, so take that into account as you plan your grand opening.

  • Taxation of an LLC Corporation or Partnership

    One of the features of running a limited liability company is its flexibility. LLC owners, who are called members, can have company profits taxed as a corporation or partnership. There are advantages and disadvantages to choosing either one. As a corporation, company profits are taxed at lower rates than partnership profits. However, partnership profits are taxed fewer times by the Internal Revenue Service than corporate profits.

  • How to Bid for Accounting

    Many businesses, organizations and government agencies require the services of experts and professionals to keep them running smoothly. Accounting is one function that is often outsourced to another company through the bid process. Government agencies frequently bid for the services of contract-based accountants. Some private sector businesses also use the bid process to find accountants. A professional accountant should establish a consistent approach to win bids for jobs and projects.

  • How to Avoid an Advertising Flag on Craigslist

    Craigslist relies on its users to flag miscategorized, prohibited or spam posts, but that also opens the door for accidental or malicious flagging of legitimate ads. You can't do anything about malicious flagging, but there may be some comfort in the fact your ad needs multiple flags to be pulled. A single competitor trying to cull the competition will not affect you. You still face the possibility of accidental flagging and removal of your ad, but that risk is minimized by following a few simple rules.

  • The Impact of Twitter & Blogs on Broadcasting

    Blogs, tweets and social media turned broadcasting on its head. If your business is broadcast media-related, understanding soical media's impact on the medium is essential. The days of the gatekeeper, who controlled what viewers saw and how it was reported, are gone. Citizen journalism is now in vogue, and it has changed the consumption, reporting and perception of the media.

  • How to Make a Place on Facebook

    Facebook's "Places" application for mobile devices allows you to instantly update your whereabouts to all of your friends wherever you have cellphone reception. The application includes an ever-evolving list of locations. If you cannot find a place in the Search field, the application includes an option to make a new place. Once created, you, along with other application users, can use the new location when updating your status.

  • Steps to Start a Website

    Whether you're looking to start a new corporate website that showcases your products or want to build a simple blog to increase customer relations, a website offers multiple benefits for small businesses. Allison Southwick of the Better Business Bureau stresses that a website is "practically a necessity for attracting new customers in today's marketplace." In a survey conducted by Discover Financial, almost half of the respondents polled stated that they were more likely to conduct business with a company that maintained an online website. Building a website is not difficult, and online companies have made the process simple and straightforward.

  • How to Uninstall and Reinstall Windows Media Player 12 in Windows 7

    Windows Media Player 12 lets you turn your computer into a full entertainment center. It also lets you watch videos and run presentations you need for your business. At times, Windows Media Player might start running slowly or stop playing media altogether. If this happens, one solution is to uninstall and reinstall Windows Media Player. However, you cannot use the standard Windows uninstall process -- you need to use the Windows features dialog to uninstall and reinstall Windows Media Player.

  • Examples Of Data Mining Vs. Traditional Marketing Research

    Traditional marketing research often involves assessing the overall market for a good or service, surveying consumers about their likes and dislikes, and conducting focus groups to gauge consumer responses to a new product. The growth of information technology has transformed market research, with a growing number of analysts learning about consumer preferences and buying habits by mining massive sets of quantitative data and employing complex algorithms to uncover patterns and correlations that enable more effective marketing.

  • How to Double Underline in Excel on Mac

    In Excel 2011 for Mac computers, Microsoft provides you with two different double underline styles that you can apply to cells on your business worksheets. The standard double underline adds two lines to the bottom of all contents in a cell, while the double accounting underline adds two lines to all contents of a cell except currency symbols.

  • How to Save a Picture from a Digital Memory Card to a PC

    Digital memory cards come in a variety of sizes, shapes and capacities, such as SD, microSD, Memory Card Duo and Compact Flash cards. Regardless of the type of card, they all interface with your PC through some kind of card reader. Most modern computers contain an integrated card reader, but if your PC does not have one, you can easily add that capability through the use of an external USB card reader. Once connected, Windows Explorer allows you to copy a business photo to your PC.

  • The Use of Network-Based Communications Tools in a Business

    Communication is one of the most critical aspects of business, and businesses have an array of network-based communication resources at their disposal. Though network-based tools support mundane operations like traditional telephone calls, businesses also employ these tools in diverse fields like marketing, customer service and even staffing.



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