Posted on Nov 24 2017 - 10:45am by Admin
Comments Off on How to Account for Royalties: These are the Options

In 2014, Taylor Swift, one of the biggest US artists of all time, decided to pull out all her back catalogues from Spotify, a streaming service with at least 30 million members around the world. Swift and her team made the decision after receiving “low royalty fees” of $0.006 for every song played. It may be a few cents, but here is another perspective: Swift is back as of June 2017 and raked in $400,000 of royalties immediately. Accurate accounting means not feeling short-changed for the efforts, originality, and money spent on...

Posted on Nov 24 2017 - 1:00am by Admin
Comments Off on More NY Landlords Decide to Take Out Freddie Mac Multifamily Loans

Multifamily lending in New York, particularly Freddie Mac loans, have become more popular among Landlords in the first nine months of 2017. Freddie Mac’s small-balance loan program, which it launched in 2014, has granted $968.6 million in loans throughout the state’s metro area. The figure represented almost twice the amount that the agency funded in 2016, when it provided $531.2 million in loans. Aggressive Stance David Brickman, head of Freddie Mac’s multifamily business, said that the increase in lending activity represents the...

Posted on Nov 20 2017 - 8:51pm by Admin
Comments Off on Tips and Tricks for Accessorising Your Garden

Your garden is like a canvas, and you are the artist. You can use the space to create wonderful works of art – in the context of gardening and real estate. Such efforts will help you up the curb appeal of your home and its resale value. Other than planting carnations, daffodils, and roses, you may want to elevate your style game by accessorizing your garden. By that, it does not mean that you will have to place some stone gnomes and fairies. There is a much better way to make your garden prettier, and some of which are naturally easy. Go...

Posted on Aug 2 2017 - 1:00am by Admin
Comments Off on Marketing Is a Game of Push and Pull

If you've ever felt like you were being pulled in different directions, that's because you are. It's how the marketing game works. Each company is trying to pull you towards their corner, while another company is pulling you in the other direction. To get you to support them, each brand considers several things when doing business.  Tracking Competitors  To know how to do business, they may turn to their competitors to see the marketing processes that work. You might see one brand reacting to a trending issue, only...

Posted on Aug 1 2017 - 5:38am by Admin
Comments Off on 3 No-Brainer Reasons to Automate Emails

As a brand, you need to make personal connections with your intended audience. Any business can solve a problem, but not all of them can connect with their market and provide authenticity. One of the ways to achieve this is through e-mail marketing, as it's still one of the major factors that drive website traffic and boosts conversion rate.  Automating e-mails offer an effective way to reach your customers, both current and potential. Vonazon.com and other experts on e-mail marketing support explain how automating...

Posted on Jul 28 2017 - 3:35am by Admin
Comments Off on What to Consider When Buying Used Heavy Machinery

Buying new heavy machinery can be costly compared to the cost of buying used units. Despite this fact, many business owners prefer buying new machinery. They are sceptical that the risks that come with buying used machinery may outweigh the benefits. While this might be true, you should know that with the appropriate strategy, you can find quality used heavy machinery that bears little to no risk. That said, here are several things to consider before acquiring used machinery: The supplier Before settling on a seller, consider his...

Posted on Jul 27 2017 - 8:59am by Admin
Comments Off on Convenient Offline Shopping Is The Face of Online Shopping Disruption

Singapore has an unofficial pastime and it is shopping. Famous and cult brands alike are housed in many shopping centres in the country to cater to just about anyone’s taste and preference. However, the retail face of the country has seen many changes of late, thanks to the fast pace of technology. The strength of consumer preference for digital has brought e-commerce to the forefront and is expected to be worth US$5.4 billion by 2025. To counter the effects of e-commerce, extending online customer interactions offline and social conscious...

Posted on Jul 26 2017 - 5:09am by Admin
Comments Off on Common Mistakes that Compromise Data Room Ventilation

Companies that heavily rely on IT know the value of cabinet cooling systems for their server/data rooms. Without an adequate ventilation and air conditioning system in place, high temperatures from peak server load can cause serious performance issues. Air con design is essential for every modern data room to keep server units operating properly even under pressure. But as long as the human element is involved in running these machines, mistakes happen. IT workers and administrators typically commit these gaffes when dealing with data...

Posted on Jul 24 2017 - 2:09pm by Admin
Comments Off on An Investment Portfolio that Wins, According to a Single Mum

Which Investment Property, a site dedicated to the latest property data and investor stories in Australia, focused the spotlight on the story of single mother and how she built a multi-property portfolio against all odds. The article is about Amy Mylius’ mum who, despite being a single parent most of her life, managed to make an investment in property—even in her advanced years. Due to a miscalculation with the superannuation and sales proceeds from their family home, Amy and her mother realised that the latter did not have enough...

Posted on Jul 22 2017 - 1:00am by Admin
Comments Off on Qualities to Look for When Hiring Employees

Each employee is different, but there are qualities that often give you an idea that an employee is a good find for your company. Here are some of them:Mistakes and delays in communication often lead to problems, which is why it’s important for an employee to have good communication skills, whether written or spoken. An employee who needs to be closely managed and pushed in every situation is not an effective employee. To reduce the need for micromanagement, employees should be self-motivated self-starters.  Work changes in different...