make good ads and give them to people at think about coming in
do what you need to do in a good amount of time
Proper budgeting and planning are critical to maintaining cash flow, but even these won’t always save you from stressing over bills.
Be exclusive. Far too many help wanted ads are incredibly vague in terms of what qualifications candidates must have, what the job duties are, what days and hours will be worked, and what wages and benefits will be paid
Choosing what to sell
Make time. Like money, it doesn’t grow on trees, of course, so you have to be smart about how you’re spending it.
Find good employees and good outsourced contract help, for starters. You might have to pay a little more for it, but the savings in time more than make up for it.
Get employees and than get them to get to work
Admit that you’re weak in identifying prosperous niches, and delegate the task to someone who is strong in this area.
Try to sell thing that will sell and buy the things that do sell easily
Again, if you’re not adept at creating marketing plans and placing ads, it’s a good idea to outsource your marketing strategy to someone who is
If you are not making a lot of money you can go and buy something for a price and sell it for a higher price and keep doing that and you will make profit after a while