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The bMighty Financial Crisis Survival Kit

In the face of the Wall Street meltdown, business owners need all the help they can get. So the bMighty Financial Crisis Survival Kit pulls together the latest news and analysis along with strategies, tips, and tricks to help your company weather the storm and emerge poised for the future.
In the face of the Wall Street meltdown, business owners need all the help they can get. So the bMighty Financial Crisis Survival Kit pulls together the latest news and analysis along with strategies, tips, and tricks to help your company weather the storm and emerge poised for the future.The bMighty Financial Crisis Survival Kit is continually updated with the latest bMighty coverage of the ongoing train wreck formerly known as the American economy.

So far we've got:

10 Cash Flow Tips You Need Now Sample Tip: Offer discounts. This invoicing carrot can speed collections, but make sure that you understand how much it is costing you. And beware: Suddenly offering a 5% discount for payment in 10 days could give out the wrong signal.

10 Ways To Recession-Proof Your Web Site Sample Tip: Focus and simplify content.

10 Ways To Get Paid Faster Sample Tip: Set automatic late payment reminders. Establish a system that will inform you and your clients of late accounts; the sooner you're aware of a delinquency, the sooner you'll receive payment.

5 Ways The Meltdown Will Change Digital Marketing Sample Item: Display ads are vulnerable in a slowdown. Display advertising collapsed along with the dot-com bubble, and though the market has rebounded and evolved, it's still vulnerable.

5 Predictions For Online Business Sample Prediction: This could be the time for "survival of the fittest." Look for dramatic industry consolidation, with new M&A opportunities and more chances for partnerships.

In addition to the tips and tricks, the kit also collects the rest of bMighty's coverage of the impact of the mess, including calls for more sensible regulation and the possible effects of raising the FDIC limit from $100,000 to $250,000 as proposed in the current version of the bailout plan.

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