Thinking of Becoming an Online Entrepreneur..?

Are you seriously thinking to start a online Business? Don’t worry. Think about your passion and turn it into your profession.  How?

The digital economy is developing rapidly worldwide .Digital downloads is a billion dollar industry.  There are many different types of digital products and services available to customers. These include e-books, music files, internet radio and television, streaming media, fonts, graphics and images, artwork and prints, subscriptions to online magazines, websites and membership sites, online ads, coupons, e-tickets, website templates, manuals, webinars and video tutorials, electronically traded financial instruments, software, games, virtual money among many others.

Digital good are described as items that are “stored, delivered and used in electronic format.” These goods are intangible and are shipped electronically through online mediums such as email or download links following online payment by the customer.

So, When you are thinking to start a online business, Think about your passion first. Then change your passion in to profession. Starting your own online store based on your passion allows you to brand yourself, market yourself and sell your digital downloads on your terms, without paying those hefty marketplace fees.

The best part is, it’s really simple to get started. You don’t need manufacturers, suppliers, packagers, shippers and all the other operational pains that come with physical products. Pick one of the above digital product types based on your passion, set up your eCommerce store, and start selling!

Standing out and making real money is possible but it won’t be done selling on third party websites.

I found one of the Applications called Sellfy to make your dreams into reality.Sellfy is the perfect application to share all of your digital products. You are able sell your e-books, music, videos or printable posters, as simple as sharing a link.

 

Also, Sellfy’s pricing, is simple and fair. It has no monthly fees, no listing fees, you pay only when you sell (5% transaction fee). The payment gateways that Sellfy supports, are Paypal, Stripe & Paymill. It also accepts credit card payments

So, why are you waiting..?  Start Selling through Sellfy. Please click here to Sign Up.

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How to integrate your Webinar into Facebook Live?

#Webinars are a great sales tool for marketers. Hosting a webinar has always been the best way to grow your approach towards your target audience. They provide the ability to stream the host’s desktop, typically featuring a series of slides.

Traditionally, this has meant creating lead forms and landing pages that entice visitors to provide an email address to reserve a spot and attend at a planned time.As the popularity of streaming video with Facebook Live continues to rise, new tools are being provided to marketers.

One of the most exciting recent developments is the ability to stream webinars to pages and groups via Facebook Live. I’ve found webinars conducted via #Facebook Live to be much more social than the typical webinar and has the potential for virality.

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So, How can you integrate your Webinar into a Facebook live?
As I type this, you can’t just go to your Facebook Page or Group and start streaming a webinar. From those places, you can only stream from your webcam or Smart Phone.

But you can stream webinars using a third party tool that then utilizes the Facebook API. It was so complicated to follow more technical stuff.

Surprisingly, Today I found a software called #Webinar JEO which has already integrated the Facebook Live option in the platform.The following are some of the features that come with Webinar JEO.

  • Unlimited Webinars.
  • Unlimited Attendees
  • Unlimited Scalability.
  • True Live-Streaming For Seamless Webinar Performance.
  • Meeting Rooms,
  • Integrated Chat,
  • IOS And Android Apps etc.

 

I believe that Webinar JEO is the ONLY Webinar Package you will ever need to run a successful webinar with Facebook Live easily.

Currently the Seller offer excellent package and bonus for a short period of time.

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I am waiting for the  Billion Dollar Muslim

Productive Muslim Book

 

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Womenpreneur- Carrie Green

Carrie Green  is a young inspiring women Entrepreneur. She started the Female Entrepreneur Association in 2011 as a way to connect with like-minded women from all over the world and find out how they keep motivated, how they overcome challenges, what things they’ve learnt along the way.
Recently I came across her profile and learnt that she is publishing a book.

So excited about this book! For any of you wanting to build a business, pre-order it now on Amazon and come and join the She Means Business Facebook group too!
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World Radio Day 2016

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UNESCO’s General Conference, at its 36th session, proclaimed World Radio Day on 13 February.

UNESCO’s Executive Board recommended to the General Conference the proclamation of World Radio Day, on the basis of a feasibility study undertaken by UNESCO, further to a proposal from Spain.

Radio is the mass media reaching the widest audience in the world. It is also recognized as a powerful communication tool and a low cost medium. Radio is specifically suited to reach remote communities and vulnerable people: the illiterate, the disabled, women, youth and the poor, while offering a platform to intervene in the public debate, irrespective of people’s educational level. Furthermore, radio has a strong and specific role in emergency communication and disaster relief.

There is also a changing face to radio services which, in the present times of media convergence, are taking up new technological forms, such as broadband, mobiles and tablets. However, it is said that up to a billion people still do not have access to radio today.

A wide consultation process started in June 2011, carried out by UNESCO. It included all stakeholders, i.e. broadcasting associations; public, state, private, community and international broadcasters; UN agencies; funds and programmes; topic-related NGOs; academia; foundations and bilateral development agencies; as well as UNESCO Permanent Delegations and National Commissions. Among the answers, 91% were in favour of the project. The leader of the project, the Academia Española de la Radio, received over 46 letters of support from diverse stakeholders, including the Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU), the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU), the African Union of Broadcasting (AUB), the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU), the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), the International Association of Broadcasting (IAB), the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA), the Organización de Telecomunicaciones Ibeoramericanas (OTI), BBC, URTI, Vatican Radio, etc.

The date of 13 February, the day the United Nations radio was established in 1946, was proposed by the Director-General of UNESCO. The objectives of the Day will be to raise greater awareness among the public and the media of the importance of radio; to encourage decision makers to establish and provide access to information through radio; as well as to enhance networking and international cooperation among broadcasters.

The consulted stakeholders also proposed ideas for the programme of celebration: extensive use of social media, annual themes, a dedicated website enabling virtual participation, special radio programmes, radio programmes exchange, a festival involving key partners, and so forth.

On 14 January 2013, the United Nations General Assembly formally endorsed UNESCO’s proclamation of  World Radio Day. During its 67th Session, the UN General Assembly endorsed the resolution adopted during the 36th session of the UNESCO General Conference, proclaiming 13 February, the day United Nations Radio was established in 1946, as World Radio Day.

Happy Muharram 

I wish you all Happy Muharram 

Britain’s First Ever “Small Business Saturday” has landed 7th December 2013

We’re supporting Small Business Saturday – Are you?

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Jazah Group is delighted to be taking part in the national ‘Small Business Saturday’ campaign, supported by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills.

What is Small Business Saturday?

There has been much talk over the past months of introducing a Small Business Saturday to the UK. For those of you who have not heard, Small Business Saturday UK is Britain’s first-ever grassroots campaign encouraging people to shop in their local and independent retailers  and use local services, as opposed to chain brands on December  7th and beyond.Today,(7th Saturday, 2013)  is the day  to take part in.
What’s the BIG idea?

The initiative started in United States in 2010, and generated around $5.5 billion sales in 2012. Now it has been introduced into the UK, to support those small businesses which are the lifeblood of our economy. The UK version is the brainchild of the Shadow Business Secretary, Labour MP Chuka Umunna. But, Prime Minister, the government and all the major political parties are endorsing the day. Plus, business champions like James Caan, Piers Linney and Martha Lane Fox have all voiced their support via social media

Small businesses and entrepreneurs are providing the energy and ideas that the country needs. They are the central to the character of our communities. They make each town and village unique. They are a powerful driver to help people get on, meet their aspirations, be their own boss.”

Small firms also provide two-thirds of private sector jobs and are responsible for almost half of the private sector’s turnover. Small Business Saturday’s supporters include Piers Linney and James Caan of Dragons’ Den, Karren Brady from The Apprentice and TV’s Queen of Shops Mary Portas, along with the Federation of Small Businesses, the British Chambers of Commerce and the Association of Convenience Stores.

Small Business Saturday is a great chance for small businesses to promote themselves and generate trade. There are 4.8 million small businesses in the UK and over 14 million people work in them; it’s time that people recognized the importance our small businesses represent to local economies.

Small business organisations, local authorities, community groups, big businesses, banks, accountants and others are getting involved too. They’re promoting the day locally, to their members, customers and supply chains.

How we can support the Small Biz Saturday today? 

There are lots of ways of getting involved in Small Business Saturday: why not have Christmas fairs, one-off offers, or free gift wrapping – it is after all near Christmas!.

More over following activities may also help our local businesses

  • Buy meat for the Sunday roast from your local butcher
  • Go for a coffee with friends at your local café
  • Treat your family to a meal at your local restaurant
  • Order materials for your business from a local supplier
  • Buy Christmas cards and stocking fillers from your local crafts shop
  • Book your winter sun holiday with your local travel agent
  • Go for a new look and book an appointment at your local salon
  • Book a business meeting at a local venue
  • Pick up your Christmas party outfit from your local clothes shop
  • Stock up on toys for your pet from your local pet shop
  • Book staff training with a local provider

What’s happening near you?
You can find out more by checking out the Small BusinessSaturday Facebook page.
How can get involved?
There are endless possibilities for all involved , business, consumer and local authorities.You can support Small Business Saturday by tweeting about it using the hashtag (#SmallBizSatUK) or follow the national campaign @SmallBizSatUK, posting your ideas and plans on the Small Business Saturday Facebook page.
Finally, why not go out and do business with a small business on 7th December?

Even better, Jazah Group is proud supporters of the UK’s first ever Small Business Saturday. To demonstrate this, we are offering a special discount for small businesses to get online in time for the event. For just £250.00, you can get a Responsive Designed website for your business. To use the voucher code, simply Quote – SBSUK – when you contact us.

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