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Work. That would have been my 1-word answer, but the site tells me it's too short. Yes, you could invest your money in the hopes of getting a higher return; and it might work. But any investment entails the risk of loss. And that risk is highest early on when a person is less experienced and...

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One thing I like about your question is the fact that you're ASKING it. Trying to quantify profit. Most people never even get that far. They treat profit--especially if it is that of their own business--as some ethereal thing they will "get later" if possible. "To manage we must measure" is a ...

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There are tons of ways and you have to start without worrying how it would end. Also i am giving a very general answer since I do not know anything from your background. Few things you can choose from: 1. Real Estate: Learn how accounting works for real estate and how you can buy properties wit...

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It depends on your business but in my experience, the best was to do a half and half model where some of it was virtual and some of it was onsite. After hours is something that costs effective outsourcing to a virtual company can be effective.

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STOP. DO NOT DO THIS.... I would never want help from someone like you. Don't get me wrong -- you aren't evil (that I know about) but you don't seem have any value that I could pay for. What would you be "consulting" a CEO like me about? How do you expect to make my business better when you d...

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Ideally these days you want to manufacturer and sell your own products. While I don't want to say the drop-ship model is dead yet, it is definitely dying. Selling someone else's products has become much more difficult and risky for a number of reasons: 1. Amazon - they can decide to sell the p...

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Without knowing where in the world you are it's hard to name any specific institutions but here are some things I've learned over the years: 1. Don't do business banking virtually. By having a relationship with my local bank officer I was allowed to go over my line of credit limit by $5,000 for 1...

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You need a source of capital to carry you through the receivables period. Basically you've got three options: -Borrow money to finance the receivables -Find investors to contribute equity to finance receivables -Sell the receivables (factoring) or some combination of these. In my experience you...

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Since you mentioned you're raising a seed round, I strongly suggest not using an investment banker. At the seed stage, VCs are investing in you more than your business—putting a banker in the middle will do you a lot of disservice. IBs are typically used for Series B and beyond. I also noticed...

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With that kind of traffic, it shouldn't be hard to monetize, but the real question is coming up with the most effective strategy. Without knowing much about the business or having access to any analytics, here are a few recommendations off the top of my head: - add affiliate links to apps & so...

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