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  • The Lean Manufacturing Assessment - A Brief Overview  By : Bill Hanover
    Want to know what to expect when you sign-up for a Lean Manufacturing Assessment? This article provides a brief overiew of the process so you can go in with your eyes wide open for maximum results.
  • The Business Of Public Storage Facility  By : Smruti Ranjan Sarangi
    A public storage facility, also known as self storage or mini storage facility is a business that rents rooms to people and allows those people to store items in the room, a kind of shared warehouse.
  • How To Choose A Comfortable Office Chair For Your Desk  By : Gregg Hall
    For those of us that live in front of our computers for more than forty hours every week we really understand how uncomfortable life can become when you do not have some good cushioning under our butt while we work.
  • Warehousing And Material Storage Solutions  By : Smruti Ranjan Sarangi
    Cost effective material warehousing and storage solutions are key to reduce the cost of production and the cost of making the goods available to the consumers. We look at various aspects of warehousing and storage solutions in this article.
  • The Attorney Fee Arrangements that You Need to Be Aware of When Looking for a Lawyer  By : Steve Dimeck
    Based on the type and complexity of your legal situation, your attorney may apply any one of these fee arrangements to your case or a combination of few. Make certain that you fully understand them.
  • How To Choose Appropriate Gifts For Your Co-workers Or Staff  By : Gregg Hall
    Gifts really do not have to be expensive in order to show that you appreciate someone. You also don't have to be the supervisor or manager of a company in order to show someone that you have appreciated the work they have done.
  • Trading Glory for Dollars: The Art of Leading from the Back of the Room  By : Eileen Silva
    Eileen discusses the benefits of leading from the back of the room by encouraging your leaders to participate in group presentations, making them feel more excited about being a part of the business.
  • New Generation of Carpet Care -- Encapsulation  By : Steve Hanson
    Carpet is no doubt a common floor covering in most of the buildings that your company cleans. However, if not properly taken care of carpet can be almost impossible to keep clean and can give a negative impression of the cleaning staff. This article explains encapsulation carpet cleaning and why it's so important.
  • Why Do We Have Conflict At Work? – The Ubiquitous Position Description  By : Bob Selden
    What causes conflict in the workpéace? Personality differences? Cultural differences? Role ambiguity? This article sets out an interesting perspective.
  • Building A Business: Smartest Risk You Could Ever Make Financially?  By : Joaquin Reveron
    A prolific analogy of a smart financial risk by an entrepreneur
  • VoIP Small Business Solution  By : Peter Nisbet
    A VoIP small business solution to competing with the communications capabilities of corporate bodies is available, though ignored by most small businesses. This is probably due to ignorance, and small businesses should become more aware of how modern technology can enable them not only to get ahead of their contemporaries, but also compete with the big boys.
  • Online Resume Not Generating any Calls?  By : Joseph Turner
    Forget how pretty your resumé is. What really matters is how your resumé scores on a search.
  • Exporting to Mexico  By : Jorge Olson
    Learn how to export your products to Mexico.
  • Mental Skills in Business: The 7 Key Rules of the Mental Road (Part 1 of 2)  By : Dr Jacques Dallaire
    Dr. Jacques Dallaire's seven powerful rules to improve personal performance and achieve greater success in business and in sport. Short topic: improving mental skills. Part 1 of 2.
  • Understanding and Obeying MySpace Terms of Service  By : Steve Iser
    Anyone who signs up for a free MySpace account is prompted to read and agree to certain TOS policies before proceeding with the registration process.
  • Using MySpace Safety - Setting Your Profile to Private  By : Steve Iser
    MySpace.com has quickly become a popular way to communicate with other members, as well as meet new friends and locate old ones. Members can design a personal profile, receive and leave comments on MySpace profiles, as well as view other member profiles.
  • Wholesale Video Games Facts And Bargain Tips  By : Joaquin Reveron
    The real strategy that a 5 years old wholesale power seller veteran applies when buying wholesale video games online and offline
  • VoIP In Canada  By : Scott White
    Overseas calling rates are still very high, although new telecommunications technology has been driving the prices down.
  • Sell Your Knowledge Turning Your Hobby Into Profits  By : Antonio Thornton
    Have you ever considered turning one of your hobbies into a business? You may be surprised at how virtually any hobby can be converted to profits, and without tremendous overhead or ridiculously high start up costs.
  • Focusing on Consistency (Part 1)  By : Adele Sommers
    When we aim for consistency in our communications, values, messages, images, offerings, and the customer experiences we create, we take another significant step toward developing long-lasting and meaningful customer relationships that will boost our bottom line.
  • The Right Paper For the Job  By : Michael Stollery
    How to choose the right printer papeper for your photo copier of inkjet printer
  • Five Ways to Get in Front of Your Target Audience  By : Kelly Robbins
    It's worth the effort spending some time and energy figuring out who you work best with. Once you've figured that out, then what? You feel good, you've chosen a niche. How do you find these people and get your message across to them? And how can you do that without feeling like you are selling to them?
  • Acoustic Shock  By : Rob Daniels
    When you think of hazardous careers, firefighters, police officers, and coal miners doubtless top the list. Rarely would call center representative enter your mind. But in recent years studies in the UK and Australia are analyzing a syndrome affecting a significant number of call center operators.
  • No Leak Marketing: Plug the Holes in Your Business Bucket  By : Wendy Maynard
    Do you have customers that you are currently working with who are NOT your Dream Customers? Do they demand extra time? Are they unprofitable? These customers are holes in your Business Bucket. They drain your time and your energy. It's time to implement a No-Leak Marketing Strategy. Author Wendy Maynard gives you the tips you need to plug your marketing holes.
  • A Look at Slogans  By : Sharon Housley
    Let's take a look at slogans and how just a few words can say volumes. A slogan is a memorable phrase used in conjunction with a political, commercial, or religious advertisement. Slogans are used to convey a deeper meaning. Slogans can be used to elicit emotions, or the slogan might paint a visual image that implies something more.
  • Professional Coaching: How to Get on Top, Stay There and Enjoy the View  By : Kelly ONeil
    Professional coaching is one of the fastest growing and most misunderstood professions of this decade. Coaching used to be an “executive perk’ for large company executives to help them make better business decisions. Today, coaching is rapidly being recognized as one of the best strategic weapons a company can have in its arsenal. And for good reason.
  • Never Assume  By : William Frank Diedrich
    We have all heard the old adage, “Never Assume,” but we do it anyway. We assume the paycheck will come on the expected day. We assume others will do their job or do what they say. We are always assuming. What “Never assume” really means is that we need to be aware of our assumptions and often, test them. This is of great importance to any organization that considers itself a learning organization.
  • Wholesale Myth Answers: Do You Need A Tax I.D And Re-Selling License?  By : Joaquin Reveron
    The current wholesale myths in the wholesale industry answered by a 5 year old wholesale veteran
  • Take a Byte Out Of Time  By : Scott Heath
    In the world of business, the old adage, “Time is money,” may be more accurate now than ever before in the history of commerce. Corporations and companies are constantly looking for ways to increase profits while reducing time, and in today’s global economy, every second counts.
  • Business Start-Up: The Two Most Important Elements For Business Success  By : Joaquin Reveron
    The most important start up elements for profitable business success
  • The Greatest Reason For Starting A Wholesale Business  By : Joaquin Reveron
    The greatness of having your own store online
  • Safe and Effective Carpet Cleaning  By : Barney Garcia
    Products used for carpet cleaning are generally safe to use and are mild when it comes to chemical reactions with carpets. However, some of them ca n be strong and can cause spots and other chemical reactions which can damage or weaken the carpet fiber.
  • Holiday Season Sales Predictions For 2006  By : Robert Benson
    Article discusses sales forecasts for the upcoming holiday season and what are expected to be the biggest sellers.
  • You Have Two Ears and One Mouth for a Reason - Listen to Your Customers  By : Michael Mould
    When I was a child, my grandmother told me we were all given two ears and one mouth for a reason. It is something that I have found very useful to remember in both my private life and in business.
  • Determining the correct size of Grease Traps  By : Pexsupply
    The size of a grease trap required depends upon the amount of waste that is produced by a given facility. To determine the correct size grease trap use the dimensions of the waste sinks. Grease traps are differentiated by their pounds and gallons per minute. Grease Traps may be placed under the sink or they may be buried.
  • Become A Job Entrepreneur!  By : Paul Megan
    If you run your job search like a small business you'll see amazing results.It means learning to think like an entrepreneur.
  • Is Your Job Search A Race Against The Clock?  By : Paul Megan
    5 steps for getting and maintaining a focus to help you avoid frittering away your time and resolve.
  • 9 Fundamentals For Self Storage Marketing Success  By : Derek Naylor
    Masters of anything agree that mastery is not about how many fundamentals you know, it's about how well you execute the fundamentals that you do know. The same is true for self storage marketing and advertising. This article outlines the 9 most important fundamentals in self storage marketing.
  • Three steps to closing more clients, faster  By : Kelly Robbins
    Getting new clients is probably the number one thing most entrepreneurs struggle with. We know we are good at what we do and know we can truly help people, if only they will let us. In this edition, Kelly shares "Three steps to closing more clients, faster"
  • Services Marketing: 3 Things You Must Know  By : Carl Duncker
    The marketing of services follows different rules to the marketing of products. Whilst traditional marketing has covered the four P’s of Price, Product, Promotion and Place, those marketing services have 7 ‘P’s to master. Here are a further three….
  • If Your Self Storage Facility Was A PlayStation 3...  By : Derek Naylor
    Making your product or service irresistible to you target market is the most important step in marketing. This holds true in self storage marketing and advertising. Sony recently demonstrated the power of this with the release of their new gaming console, the PlayStation 3.
  • Why Your Home Business Needs An Internet Fax Service  By : Titus Hoskins
    There are many reasons why every home business or company needs an internet fax service... read this article to discover why your company should have an online fax service.
  • Work at Home, a Call Center Option  By : Rob Daniels
    Faced with falling customer satisfaction rates and rising costs, companies in recent years have been searching for solutions.However, a new alternative is visible on the horizon, which may be even more promising than outsourcing. This is the home-based agent model.
  • The One Mistake You Don't Want to Make When the CEO Calls You Back  By : Leslie Buterin
    When executives call you back, be certain to steer clear of this temptation!
  • How to Make Job Search Rejection Work in Your Favor  By : Joseph Turner
    This simple human trait allows you to still score in your job search when they tell you "NO".
  • Power Up Your Performance! 6 Sure-fire Strategies  By : Colleen Kettenhofen
    Success seems to be connected with action. Learn how to get rid of clutter, work faster, avoid procrastination and become more self-disciplined. Reprogram your mind from negative self-talk and self-limiting beliefs. After all, how many times in a day do we "should" all over ourselves with everything we should be doing?!
  • Team Building Lessons from the Modern Cave Man - Part 2  By : Arthur F Carmazzi
    In the beginning… The caveman needed to survive. Man found safety in groups. It was not a matter of preference, it was a matter of necessity. If you were not a part of a group, your chances for survival were slim. Conformity to the majority became necessary to stay in a group and physical strength was the dominant factor for group leadership. Those who were strong and successful in the art of...
  • Create a Strong Product Funnel to Make your Sales Job Effortless  By : Kelly ONeil
    Many clients have come to me wondering why their products or programs don't sell. They know, without a shadow of a doubt, that they have a great product. So why aren't people buying it?
  • Change - It's Not What It Used To Be  By : Peter Renton
    Change is happening all the time. It is part of the natural order of things, but in business many of us resist change. This article takes on change giving examples of companies that have embraced change and those who have resisted change.
  • Saving Santa - Last Minute Corporate Gift Ideas  By : Titus Hoskins
    For any boss or employer the holidays can be a very hectic time. Finding the opportunity to buy corporate gifts for all your clients and workers can be very time consuming, so here's a handy list of some last minute corporate gift ideas that can save you some embarrassment.
  • 3 Compelling Rewards For Being a Coach/Consultant  By : Alan Quan
    If you are particularly knowledgeable on a certain subject and you are looking to find a more fulfilling future, you may want to think about becoming a coach/consultant. What could be more fulfilling than sharing with others what you know and watching them grow and learn just like you did? And at the same time get paid handsomely for it.
  • Sources of extra cash or additional income for students  By : Verena Veneeva
    There are many ways to get an extra income if you cannot afford to work ‘normal’ full-time hours. This article will show you what is available and what you should avoid. I will use student time as an example, as a student’s timetable is usually the most ‘inconvenient’ for full-time work and also changes every semester. However, the opportunities outlined in this article can also apply to other demographics, e.g. single mothers.
  • Authenticity: Your Advantage Over the Big Guys  By : Anne Alexander
    How small business can compete with the big guys by leveraging their magic bullet: authenticity.
  • What To Do When Clients Don't Pay -- 6 Strategies to Get Your Money  By : Sandra P. Martini
    You love the people, you’re really enjoying the work, things are going great. Everything proceeds along smoothly for several months until that fateful month where you submit a large invoice and payment isn’t immediate. “No problem” you think. “Things are a little tight. It will be paid a little late.” What are your options when a client doesn’t – or can’t – pay you?
  • Secret Formula For Massive Business Success Wtih Annie Jennings  By : Annie Jennings PR
    Want massive business success? You'll learn how a "DESTINY FORMULA FOR SUCCESS" can launch you on your quest for endless energy, boundless enthusiasm and unlimited income! Want million dollar ideas to just flow to you and each day to seem like a vacation? Start building your destiny formula for success. Find out how!
  • 5 Tips for Constructive Anger Management at The Workplace  By : Brenda Shoshanna
    Anger can be a lethal force at the workplace, undermining atmosphere, productivity and workplace relaitonships. Based upon her new book, The Anger Diet, Dr. Shoshanna provides five essential steps to take to balance workplace relationships and allow you to easily turn negative feelings into constructive workplace behavior.
  • Internal Branding: Delivering Solutions through Employees  By : Frederic Moraillon
    The aim of marketing has long been to carry the brand message to the public. This is not done for altruistic reasons but to simply entice them to buy the product or service that you sell. But did you know that your brand is carried by your people as much as by your marketing?
  • 3 Keys to Grow Your Business  By : Grant D. Robinson
    The number one most costly issue for small business owners today is “low productivity” followed closely by “selecting employees.” By incorporating these practices into their own recruiting and hiring process, small business owners will eliminate the two most costly business issues.
  • 4 Effective Accessibility Tips Of A Successful Coaching/Consulting Business  By : Alan Quan
    How many times have you tried giving instructions over a cellular phone with bad reception? I bet that experience was pretty bad, and as you read this article, you will learn that there are several different channels that you will need to communicate through to get your message across.
  • Starting A Work At Home Typing Business On A Shoestring Budget  By : Elaine Currie
    Starting any home business will require some financial investment but it is possible to get a home typing business up and running with minimal investment if you make the most of free advertising resources.
  • Lone Ranger or Collaborator  By : Anne Alexander
    How you and your business can benefit from collaboration.
  • What to Include in Your Cleaning Bid Packet  By : Steve Hanson
    Putting together a bid packet to present to a prospective client shows that you are a professional in the cleaning business. Many small businesses seeking cleaning services do not know what to expect when receiving a bid, or their experience has been receiving a single page bid, which is not very impressive. When you present a nicely packaged proposal, you've just increased your chances of winning the bid, regardless of price.
  • Pre-meeting information  By : Mandy Chagger
    A large part of what makes a meeting successful occurs in the preparation phase. Although it may vary by committee, department or unit, there are seven key responsibilities expected of chairs or team leaders before a meeting takes place. Each is explained in detail below.
  • Avoiding scams both online and offline!  By : Tal Fighel
    Some of you are probably thinking about starting your own home-based business so you can earn an income while staying at home with your family. Honestly, there are many wonderful and legitimate opportunities out there and lots of stories associated with home-based business successes, but there are also many online and offline scams out there, as well.
  • Unleash Your Bigger Game: Learn the Winning "5" Combination to Achieve Ultimate Business Mastery  By : Kelly ONeil
    Professional coaching is one of the fastest growing and most misunderstood professions of this decade. Coaching used to be an “executive perk’ for large company executives to help them make better business decisions. Today, coaching is rapidly being recognized as one of the best strategic weapons a company can have in its arsenal. And for good reason.
  • Sales 101: Beware the Dreaded Cell Phone Ringer  By : Daniel Sitter
    Some time ago, I stopped bringing my cell phone into presentations and sales calls. I want my customer or prospect to know that our meeting is the sole purpose for my visit and that his business is important to me. At that moment in time, his business is my only concern. My focus and attention are directed at him. This practice non-verbally states that I value and respect his time, conscious of the importance of our relationship
  • Your Brand Makes People Feel Something  By : Wendy Maynard
    Branding is more than product recognition or a simple logo. It is the overall intellectual and emotional impression people have when they think of your company and its product. Branding is a combination of everything your company uses to present itself. Author Wendy Maynard shows you how to branding stablishes a superior benefit with you target audience that encourages long-term loyalty.
  • The Reluctant MLM Spouse  By : Eileen Silva
    Eileen discusses those difficult situations where one spouse is dedicated to making MLM success a reality and the other spouse is reluctant. She gives suggestions for handling your MLM business in such a way as to give your spouse confidence and peace about the venture.
  • Over 300 Life Insurance Articles: How Much? What Kind? and Why?  By : Wayne Messick
    How much and what kind of life insurance do you need? What is right for you today? How can you figure that out on your own - so you won't fall prey to sales people who are better prepared at selling what they have than you are at buying what you need?
  • Job search got you twisting in the wind?  By : Paul Megan
    A job is not just "what we do." In many ways it's who we are. Much of our life is defined by how we make a living.
  • Company Profile: "Just Bagels" is Not Just Bagels, it's Big Business!  By : Wayne Messick
    After hearing first hand the story of Just Bagels as recounted by one of the founders, Clifford Nordguist, I will never again think of my daily breakfast as, "just bagels."
  • How To Invest Properly To Keep Your Business Growing  By : Gregg Hall
    In this article we will cover many aspects of investing in business to keep it growing properly. It is essential to have a plan for investing so that money is not wasted in areas that are not profitable.
  • Leadership: Taking Time to Be Grateful  By : Bill Pullen
    What does being grateful have to do with leadership? In this artcle Bill Pullen tells the story of a client who was ready to step away from various leadership roles in his life until he took time to reflect on how grateful he is to have the opportunities to serve and use his talents.
  • How to Squeeze More Profit and Cash Flow Out of Your Cleaning Business  By : Steve Hanson
    When an entrepreneur takes the plunge and starts his or her own cleaning company, the first concern is how to get clients. Once up and running, the day-to-day tasks take over and the goal of owning a business - making a profit - is sometimes lost. But your cleaning business cannot survive and grow unless there is more money coming in than going out.
  • Improve Your Productivity by Taking Time for Yourself  By : Rodger Constandse
    Taking time for yourself can actually help you work more productively. The reason is that working long-hours for extended periods of time can lead to more mistakes, less efficiency, and difficult with focus and problem solving.
  • The Three Reasons Your Sales Stink  By : Grant D. Robinson
    The number one most costly issue for small business owners today is “low productivity” followed closely by “selecting employees.” By incorporating these practices into their own recruiting and hiring process, small business owners will eliminate the two most costly business issues. The positive result of this is productivity, sales and revenue goal accomplishment.
  • Are You A Smart Communicator?  By : Kelly Robbins
    Before redoing or beginning any new marketing piece it's important you take the time to think about what role it's going to play in your sales process. Always remember every marketing piece, from your business card to a simple flyer you handout at events, should move a prospect forward in your sales cycle.
  • 4 Effective Communication Tips Of A Successful Coaching/Consulting Business  By : Alan Quan
    How many times have you tried giving instructions over a cellular phone with bad reception? I bet that experience was pretty bad, and when you read this article, you will learn that there are several different channels that you will need to communicate through to get your message across.
  • The Top Risk Management Tips: Prevent Injury at Work  By : Mark Burdett
    Slips and trips maybe seen by some as funny but they are in fact the most common cause of major injuries at work with over a third of all injuries reported each year caused by slip or trip accidents. Here are some tips to help prevent them.
  • How to Make Money as a Wholesale Distributor  By : Jorge Olson
    Learn how to make money as a wholesale distributor. It’s fun, easy and profitable.
  • An Overview of Business Marketing  By : George Wood
    Business marketing involves marketing products which usually includes services to other companies. Business marketing also includes communications, by any means, about a product or service that encourages the recipients of the communication to purchase or use the product or service.
  • How To Run A Successful Small Business  By : Leni Chauvin
    With only 24 hours in a day, one brain, and two hands for small business owners to take care of everything, that needs taking care of in a small business, you’ve got to find ways to work smarter–not harder–if you want to build a successful small business without sacrificing your sanity in the process. This article will show you how.
  • Marketing A Consulting Business  By : George Wood
    One of the best businesses that you can is consulting business which starts from your home. In fact, consulting is one of the hottest bossiness booming out in the market today. It is an independently flexible business, which is appreciated by the people with wide range of potential income.
  • Top Wholesale Supplier Questions- Answered  By : Joaquin Reveron
    Answers to top online and offline supplier in-demand questions for the entrepreneur
  • 3 Simple Steps to Insure Your Clients Pay You  By : Sandra P. Martini
    You’ve done the marketing, you’ve filled your funnel and the phone starts ringing – you’ve got a new client! Now what? Whether you are a consultant, coach, virtual assistant or other type of service provider, it’s important to insure you start off your client relationship properly.
  • Something From Nothing  By : William Frank Diedrich
    To make something from nothing is what visionaries do. In the 1970’s few entrepreneurs were looking for opportunities in Bangladesh. What opportunities could be created with millions of poverty stricken people? Yet one man saw something in what appeared to be nothing to most people. His business now employs 17,000 people and impacts the lives of millions of people.
  • The Structure of Marketing… Advanced Strategies to help you sell  By : Jorge Olson
    Marketing or Sales? Sales or Marketing? Get a refreshing and eye opening look into the world of marketing and how to incorporate your Sales and Marketing Strategy and Departments
  • (Almost) Fr’ee Marketing using Public Speaking  By : Audrey Burton
    Are you looking for inexpensive ways to market your business? Public speaking is almost as cheap as you can get! You reach a room full of people all at once, and sometimes they even pay you! Read all about how to get going, with some specific tips and ideas.
  • Are too many EXCUSES holding you back?  By : Tal Fighel
    People from all walks of life use excuses not to do things that they really want to do. Excuses hold them back from accomplishing important tasks on a daily basis. It holds them back from being a true sccess.
  • 5 Ways to Turn a Holiday Lull to Your Advantage  By : Alicia Forest
    You may be too busy during the holiday season to notice if your business is slowing down a bit, but in case you're not, there are several things you can do to use this time to your advantage as you head into the new year.
  • Grow Your Business With TOP Performing Employees  By : Grant D. Robinson
    The number one most costly issue for small business owners today is “low productivity” followed closely by “selecting employees.” By incorporating these practices into their own recruiting and hiring process, small business owners will eliminate the two most costly business issues. The positive result of this is productivity, sales and revenue goal accomplishment.
  • Protect Your Company Confidentiality With Shredders  By : Julia Ramyalg
    This guide will help you choose the right shredder for your company needs.
  • The Top Ten Secrets of Successful Authors  By : Judy Cullins
    Knowing the secrets of successful authors can help you receive the same prestige and become a household word. If you are not a successful author yet, incorporate these following 10 Secrets.
  • Five Book Back Cover Mistakes and How to Solve Them  By : Judy Cullins
    Did you know that your back cover information is, after the cover, the best way to sell more books? And, that most authors, emerging and experienced, miss this opportunity to engage more potential buyers?
  • Coaching; How To Help People Take Commitment For Their Development  By : Bob Selden
    Is there an alternative to telling someone what they should do or know? This article shows how a proven coaching method is implemented.
  • Guarantees: Why You Should Offer Them  By : Alicia Forest
    There are many questions that often come up for new small business owners around offering guarantees - what kind, how long, am I risking too much by doing so, and even if they should offer them at all. This article tells you want you need to know about offeirng guarantees for your own offerings.
  • The Heart of Performance: Leading Through Emotions  By : Joshua Freedman
    Leaders who understand the emotional drivers of performance influence people to excel. This creates a positive workplace climate - which predicts 54% of the variation in key competitive drivers. But many organizations see emotional intelligence as a "someday" investment rather than treating it as an area for urgent action. If your organization needs competitive advantage, start here.
  • Gas & Oil - A Review  By : Jason Uvios
    Oil and natural gas are the flagship of the American economy. Together, they make up more than 60% of the total energy consumed in America alone.
  • Ups and Downs of Affiliate Residual Income  By : James Lowe
    With patience, persistence, self developed intelligence and a solid work ethic you can build a personal estate that will give you a longer and more stable financial and health life style for yourself that you can pass on to your heirs
  • Warning: Starting A Wholesale Business With A Middleman  By : Joaquin Reveron
    A wholesale power seller offers profitable suggesting for the start of an online store

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