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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A home business (or "home-based business" or "HBB") is a small business that operates from the business owner's home office. In addition to location, home businesses are usually defined by:
  • Having a very small number of employees, usually all immediate family of the business owner,
    in which case it's also a family business.
  • Lacking a shop frontage, customer parking and street advertising signs.

Examples of home based business

Some examples of companies started as home-based business are: Microsoft, Disney, Apple, Xerox. Some home based business utilize the internet. Examples of these include internet site building, search engine optimization and tailor made travel services.

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DO'S AND DON'TS WHEN WRITING CLASSIFIED ADS

  • DO WRITE OUT ALL DETAILS in your ad offer. Read it, edit it, and re-write it for a shorter, money saving effective ad. "Think small".

  • DO FOLLOW ALL THE RULES when writing your classified ad.

  • Use these ideas. [Attention Interest Desire Action]

  • DO USE A NAME with each classified ad including your envelopes.

  • DO NOT CHARGE for sales letters or circulars.

  • DO BE HONEST with all your classified ad claims.

  • DO IDENTIFY your product.

  • DO WRITE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD simple, clear and direct.

  • DO USE WORDS EVERYONE KNOWS and everyone will understand what your are saying.

  • DO USE A WORD that will benefit a reader.

  • DO NOT OVERPRICE your product.

  • DO ADVERTISE FREQUENTLY. Constant exposure creates a familiar offer with better response.

  • DO OFFER A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE in your classified ad, sales letter or circular if possible. An excellent sales technique!

  • DO TEST YOUR AD in 2 or 3 smaller, low cost publications. Record results. Code each ad.

  • DO READ PUBLICATIONS that relate to your product. Write for ad rates, paid circulation, discounts and closing dates. Keep records.

  • DO HAVE ALL YOUR LITERATURE AND PRODUCTS ready for mailing when your ad appears in the publication of your choice. Do not delay in responding.

  • DO USE THE COPYCAT METHOD. Do what other successful advertisers are doing. Only with a slight twist, idea or offer.

  • DO RUN SEVERAL ADS worded differently. Keep records of results.

  • DON'T OVER ADVERTISE. It can be expensive. If you want to, do it gradually.

  • DON'T PRETEND YOU KNOW ALL THE ANSWERS. Because you don't. Take time to find out what you need to know.

  • DON'T TRUST YOUR MEMORY. A thought will leave you as quickly as it came. Always write down a good idea. NOW!

  • DON'T PLACE YOUR AD in the wrong classification.

  • DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY on ad words to amuse or entertain, but use words to persuade, inform and sell your product.

  • DO USE A SHORT BUSINESS NAME. Make it easy to pronounce and remember.

  • DON'T FORGET THE M.E.D.I.C.S. Motivation. Enthusiasm. Desire. Image. Creativity. Success!

  • DON'T GIVE UP. If your ad doesn't pull after a fair exposure, try re-writing it. One or two different words may do the trick.

  • DON'T SPEND THE PROFITS. Re-invest the money in more continuous advertising.

  • DON'T FORGET, an ad that offers "FREE DETAILS" means writing a sales letter or circular.

  • AVOID HIGH TYPESETTING COSTS AND MISTAKES

Getting your price lists, brochures, catalogues or newsletters typeset does not necessarily have to be a costly procedure. Keep in mind that the main cost in typesetting is the time involved in setting type. By minimizing the time needed to create a typeset piece you can effectively keep your cost down. The following suggestions can help reduce your typesetting expense.

Know what you want the FIRST time around. Have a picture in your mind. Trial and error can be costly. Don't have a typesetter set it one way, then decide a different format would look better.

Reduce and eliminate author's corrections by thorough proofing and re-proofing.

Avoid minimum charges by combining small jobs and having them set at the same time.

Try to use one family of type to save time and money by avoiding font changes. The consistent look is better.

Give explicit instructions on marking up copy: type styles, column widths/margins.

With a large job, such as a brochure or annual report, request a style setting proof sheet to get approvals before the entire job is done.

Avoid super rush jobs, especially if you don't really need them.

Avoid lengthy corrections on the phone. You might end up paying for corrections later that could have been avoided if you had done your editing on proof sheets.

Get the layout finished and approved before having type set... the same goes for copy, of course.

Avoid the use of "run-arounds" (reducing the width of the copy to make room for a photo in the column, for example). If you do use them, use simple shapes, boxes, squares.

Avoid the use of curved or angular type. Type reading left to right on a page (for example, this report) is faster and less expensive to set than copy that is set in a curve or running sideways on the page.

The use of unjustified text and captions is less expensive than justified because it sets quicker, costing less time.

Don't depend on the typesetter to read your mind. Be specific.

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