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Eco Friendly Home and Business Cures Save Time and $

Eco Friendly Home and Business Cures Save Time and $

The most expensive cost for a business whether it's home based or cubicle based is the brick and mortar AKA the rent AND office supplies. Simply hitting the EASY button isn't always the best solution. Here are some cost saving tips and ways to give back, support Mother Earth, and put more mula in your pocket.

  • Donate to a charity that provides mailing labels versus purchasing mailing labels. I recommend http://www.facebook.com/cysticfibrosisfoundation and have it printed on your Holiday cards, eNewsletters, and eCards to clients that it is in memory of finding a cure!
  • Be proactive, pure and simple. Have a question? Look it up! It's not rocket science!
  • Social Network online, and combine web based networking in one location such as www.UberSocial.com (my personal favorite).
  • Be a mobile, internet saavy business owner versus sitting at a desk 24/7!
  • Hire a virtual assistant.
  • Text message, email, and use visual voicemail to communicate versus stamps and mailing paper products.
  • Use eVites versus paper invitations to events such as Client and Customer Appreciation Days, I purchased 100 Cincinnati Reds tickets for an upcoming game on www.StubHub.com at $2 per ticket! THEN invited agents, clients, customers, friends, family, raving fans, etc by using a free trial of www.Campaigner.com AND emailed them the tickets thanks to StubHub.com's online printing ability.
  • Brainstorm and visualize the end goal, why is it important?
  • Blog and communicate regularly online.


  • Save up to 80% on custom printed products at Vistaprint. Order today!

Enjoy!

 

Blog article provided by Christina Cavins, a Nationally recognized Realtor with Irongate Inc. Realtors. Christina can be reached via email at ChristinaCavins@aol.com or by cell phone or text message at 1-937-205-4741. For Ohio real estate and homes see Ohio Real Estate.

 

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