AccountingWEB Life news March 2010

Technology

Don’t open that Facebook e-mail

Millions of spam e-mail messages were sent to Facebook users around the world last week in a scam that could infect computers with software that steals passwords and other data.
Technology

Can you social network your way to business success?

Business used to be done with a handshake. Sometimes, it still is. But for a growing number of potential customers, the majority of research, referrals, and recommendations are being done by virtual rather than physical word, via social networks like LinkedIn, Facebook, and MySpace.
Education & Careers

Twitter can be an important tool when job hunting

If you’re new to Twitter, you might not know that there’s etiquette to it. If you’re one of those who say, “I don’t get Twitter,” then pay attention. In this world of social online connections, Twitter is a crucial method of communication between job seekers and potential employers.
Education & Careers

Social networking can be a double-edged blade in job search

Job hunters more and more are employing social networking sites to cast a larger net in search of employment. They should keep in mind, however, that recruiters also are looking at those connections, long before the interview process begins.
AccountingWEB Life

Guide your client to more competitive bankcard processing rates

Bankcard processing has become very price competitive, yet many small business owners don’t know if their fees are in the competitive range. Here are some guidelines that will help you assist your clients to know where they stand.
AccountingWEB Life

Accelerating cash flow during a credit crunch

For cash-strapped companies, increasing cash flow is essential for staving off creditors and threats of involuntary bankruptcy actions. Companies struggling to increase cash flow tend to look to some common places for increasing operating cash.

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