Why making money is not enough

In any company, you’re saying “We’re making money.” That’s nice, but it not enough. You can make money and go out of business if you’re spending more than your making. Let me explain, and show you how to make ten-thousand dollars guaranteed.Dollar Sign Icon Png Dollar sign

Go out and get yourself $20,000 in 100 dollar bills. Now sell those bills for fifty bucks each. You make $10,000, but also lose $10,000. Do you see that making money is not enough.

You’ve got to make margin.

You’ve got to make back the cost of your product(s), overhead, salary, retirement, transportation, everything that it costs you to stay in business. So, when we say making money is not enough we mean you can make money and still go broke.

Here’s how to stay in business

  • Adequately capitalize your company so you’ve got the funds to pay for advertising, social media, rent, products, your living expenses, insurance, utilities, web site, transportation – all of it.
  • Be prepared to pay for the unexpected.
  • Know who will buy your products and how to reach those people online, in print, on TV, radio, newspapers, magazines. Your success depends on reaching these people and getting them to purchase your products. Do this and your goose lays golden eggs, don’t and your goose is cooked. Simple as that.

Now get out there and hustle.

Oh, one last thing, “Follow-up ruthlessly.”

Are you using Klout?

We use Klout.com as a publisher. Trouble is no matter how much we publish our score never gets above 45 or so. Any ideas as to how we can improve? Love to hear any suggestions.

I realize that popularity here is not due to publication, but engagement on multiple platforms. Which are you having the most luck with?

HTML & CSS Hacks for WordPress, Your Blog, and Web Site

WordPress Hacks

WordPress Hacks



Embed a YouTube Video On Your Website or Blog

  1. Open the video you want to embed
  2. Under the video, you will see Share click it
  3. Click Embed
  4. Copy all the code you see to the clipboard
  5. Paste it where you want the video to appear on your website of blog
  6. That’s it – you’re all done
  7. Save the data

 


Dropped Capitol Letter

<span style=”float: left; color: firebrick; font-size: 55px; line-height: 45px; padding-top: 2px; padding-right: 3px; font-family: times; text-shadow: grey 4px 4px 10px;”</span>

Onscreen, it looks like this:

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vitae nisi sed tellus ultrices dapibus. Etiam lobortis, dolor non mattis elementum, quam dolor ultrices nulla, in consectetur urna sem a erat. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Etiam consectetur odio ut ante euismod gravida eget ac nunc.


Keep Your Copyright Date Showing The Current Year

Copyright ©
<script type=”text/javascript”&gt
var d = new Date();
var curr_date = d.getDate();
var curr_year = d.getFullYear();
document.write(curr_year);
/* The last two lines above have
to placed on a single line */
//–></script> by [Enter your name here.]

Onscreen, it looks like this:

Copyright ©
by [Enter your name here.]


Unspammable Email Code

E-mail: <script language=”JavaScript”>

<!–

var name = “info”;
var domain = “WebContentRx.biz”;
document.write(‘&lta href=\”mailto:’ + name + ‘@’ + domain + ‘\?subject=From WebContentRx Web Site”&gt’);
document.write(name + ‘@’ + domain + ‘&lt/a&gt’);
// –&gt
</script>

Onscreen, it looks like this:

E-mail:

 


Clickable Telephone Number:

<a href=”tel:8601234567890″>(123) 456-7890</a>

Onscreen, it looks like this:
(123) 456-7890


Text With Shadow

<h3 style=’color: red ; text-shadow:4px 4px 10px grey’&gtThis is red text with a grey shadow.&lt/h3>

Onscreen, it looks like this:

This is red text with grey shadow.

 



<style=’color:blue;
text-shadow: 4px 4px 10px grey;
background: #FFFFAF;
border-radius: 15px;
padding:15px;
border-style: solid;
border-width:1px;
border-color: navy;
text-align: center;’>
Blue text. Light yellow background. Grey shadow. Rounded corners. Solid navy border 1 pixel wide. Text is centered.&lt/h3>Onscreen, it looks like this:

Blue text. Light yellow background. Rounded corners. Solid navy border 1 pixel wide. Text is centered.


Table with drop down selection

<table align=”left” cellpadding=”5″ width=”50%”>
<tr>
<td align=”center”>
<select class=””>

<option value=”one”&gtOne&lt/option>

<option value=”two”&gtTwo&lt/option>

<option value=”three”&gtThree&lt/option>

<option value=”four”&gtFour&lt/option?

</select>

</td>
</tr>

</table>

Onscreen, it looks like this: