Here’s a good question: Can anyone make money online? I found myself considering just this question recently when I saw an article re-tweeted in which someone had stated flatly that they had done all of the things they were “supposed” to do, and yet they had launched an e-book product and had zero sales.
Something about that didn’t strike me as quite adding up. Zero sales? Really?
I reviewed the post a few more times, because the thesis of the piece (which was pretty bitter in tone) seemed to be this: This person had done every single thing they could to make their launch successful, and it had not worked, and that anyone who promotes making money online, in essence, pulling a hoax on people. Click Here to Read Article …
There is a seemingly endless supply of alternative routes on the path to making better hires by recruiting qualified, committed new candidates for your firm. And while having options can be a good thing, too many choices can simply be overwhelming. So what’s a hiring professional to do?
You could wait for your fairy godmother to come down and wave her magic wand, making all your hiring dreams come true. Another option, and likely the more productive one, is to start implementing tools within your recruitment methods that make the entire process easier and more effective. Click Here to Read Article …
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