5 Tips for Turning Your Hobby Into a Business

Our world is shaped by profound ideas and innovations that were born out of passion. If you have a hobby that makes you feel fulfilled, you should definitely think about monetizing it. And if you already have, then you’re certainly heading in the right direction already. That said, turning your passion into a business requires strategic objectives and planning. If you’re unsure where to start and feel you can’t face the challenge because you feel like you’re not business-oriented, this article will help. You’ll learn five valuable tips that’ll inspire and motivate the entrepreneurial spirit within you to ensure you…

How to Make Your Pooch Insta-Famous

Social media has helped turn many pets into household names. A cat named Tardar Sauce went by Grumpy Cat online and became a household name with a bestselling book and hundreds of product endorsements. It’s been estimated Grumpy Cat was worth as much as $100 million at the time of his passing. If you have a cute pooch with a great personality, your pup may have what it takes to be the next social media star. With the right tools, you can launch your dog’s accounts and turn them into the next pet celebrity. Getting Started One of the most important things you need…

Customer Loyalty Is Everything: 6 Ways to Retain Your Customers

Did you know that 65 percent of a company’s business comes from existing customers? If you have a problem retaining your customers, then you’re losing out on a huge chunk of business. Customer loyalty isn’t just a buzzword, it’s arguably the most important aspect of your company. Achieving customer loyalty (which results in retaining customers) doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a concept you have to work on and never stop improving. Here are six ways to retain your customers. Use Email Marketing Email marketing is a powerful tool because almost everyone has an email address. It’s also a great way to…

How Do I Locate an Inmate in Prison?

The Florida State Prison has approximately 95,000 inmates at any given time and oversees 164.00 offenders in the community. Florida has a complex system of facilities and probation officers throughout the state to ensure that all those convicted of crimes are carefully monitored. Ongoing monitoring allows for citizens to feel safe while also making sure that convicted individuals serve for their offenses. If you are reaching out to someone already incarcerated, you may decide to look into a background check to see what the charges were that got them in prison. The information regarding the arrest and conviction will be…