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33 Amazing Amazon Statistics (Feb 2014)

33 Amazing Amazon Statistics (Feb 2014) | Online Entrepreneur | Scoop.it

Amazon sure has evolved over the past 20 years. Starting out as predominantly an online bookstore, they have grown significantly into the digital retailer of choice for consumers in the U.S. and beyond.

 

So here you have it: every interesting Amazon statistic I could dig up.  As always, if I stumble across more Amazon statistics that are worth sharing I will be sure to update this post....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 20, 2014 7:15 PM

Interesting stats from Craig Smith.

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How to Write the Perfect Résumé When You’re Self-Employed - Business 2 Community

How to Write the Perfect Résumé When You’re Self-Employed - Business 2 Community | Online Entrepreneur | Scoop.it

We all know that having a killer résumé is important in order to land your dream job, but is a résumé really necessary when you work for yourself? Actually, yes. Whether you’re freelancing full-time or own your own business, a traditional résumé is crucial to your future success. Use it on your business website and share it with potential new clients. If you’re stuck on how to tackle a résumé when you’re your own boss, keep these tips in mind:

Focus on your skills: While the day-to-day work that you do may be less important for someone who’s self-employed, you still want to thoroughly emphasize the skills you have. How have you gone above and beyond for past clients? What sets you apart from other similar professionals? Showcasing the reasons why you’re unique helps to put you ahead of the rest of the pack in a potential client’s mind.Eliminate the objective section: Many recent grads feel as though they should include an objective section that highlights what kind of position they’re looking for. Since you’re working for yourself, you can hit “delete” on that entire section. Instead, provide an overview of your skills and passions. Even though you’re not actively job-hunting, you still want to get people a sense of what you’re all about.Provide a detailed history of what you’ve done: Your past professional experiences help to give you credibility, and makes potential clients feel more comfortable entrusting you with their work. Highlight some of the most successful or important projects you’ve worked on, and don’t forget to showcase any awards or honors.


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We all know that having a killer résumé is important in order to land your dream job, but is a résumé really necessary when you work for yourself? Actually, yes. Whether you’re freelancing full-time or own your own business, a traditional résumé is crucial to your future success. Use it on your business website and share it with potential new clients. If you’re stuck on how to tackle a résumé when you’re your own boss, keep these tips in mind:

Focus on your skills: While the day-to-day work that you do may be less important for someone who’s self-employed, you still want to thoroughly emphasize the skills you have. How have you gone above and beyond for past clients? What sets you apart from other similar professionals? Showcasing the reasons why you’re unique helps to put you ahead of the rest of the pack in a potential client’s mind.Eliminate the objective section: Many recent grads feel as though they should include an objective section that highlights what kind of position they’re looking for. Since you’re working for yourself, you can hit “delete” on that entire section. Instead, provide an overview of your skills and passions. Even though you’re not actively job-hunting, you still want to get people a sense of what you’re all about.Provide a detailed history of what you’ve done: Your past professional experiences help to give you credibility, and makes potential clients feel more comfortable entrusting you with their work. Highlight some of the most successful or important projects you’ve worked on, and don’t forget to showcase any awards or honors.
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Autry to host Work From Home conference - Enid News & Eagle

Autry to host Work From Home conference - Enid News & Eagle | Online Entrepreneur | Scoop.it
Autry to host Work From Home conference
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Autry Technology Center is hosting a Work From Home and Home Based Business conference Aug. 28 to provide tips for working from home.
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33 Amazing Amazon Statistics (Feb 2014)

33 Amazing Amazon Statistics (Feb 2014) | Online Entrepreneur | Scoop.it

Amazon sure has evolved over the past 20 years. Starting out as predominantly an online bookstore, they have grown significantly into the digital retailer of choice for consumers in the U.S. and beyond.

 

So here you have it: every interesting Amazon statistic I could dig up.  As always, if I stumble across more Amazon statistics that are worth sharing I will be sure to update this post....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 20, 2014 7:15 PM

Interesting stats from Craig Smith.

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Amazon announces the Fire Phone

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