Articles by: Desmond Daniels
Desmond Daniels is a graduate student and freelance from Phoenix, Arizona. He was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. Daniel is pretty outgoing, a gentleman, humorous, and can hold a conversation.  He’s also the content advocate for BlueFirePR and the liaison between their Content Team consisting of in-house journalist, copywriters, and a fantastic editing team. Connect with Desmond on Twitter.

Can Your Small Business Survive a Work from Home Environment?

September 19, 2013 8:00 am1 comment
Can Your Small Business Survive a Work from Home Environment?

It has been a dream of many people to be able to do their jobs from home. The New York Times says that 10% of US workers spend at least one day a week working from home. Both employer and employee must adapt to new rules when implementing a work from home program. If they don’t, then both will be unhappy with the outcome.

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Four Apps To Save a Few Bucks and Up Productivity

August 12, 2013 5:00 am2 comments
Four Apps To Save a Few Bucks and Up Productivity

One of the most important, but often overlooked, factors of a productive work environment is resources. Work ethic can only take you so far; it’s how efficiently you manage this employee work ethic that determines success.

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Small Businesses, Don’t Worry: Transitioning To Mobile Payment Methods Will Be Easy

July 26, 2013 6:30 am0 comments
Small Businesses, Don’t Worry: Transitioning To Mobile Payment Methods Will Be Easy

In the coming years, small business owners can expect customers to start asking to pay via their smartphones instead of a credit or debit card. A recent Pew Research Center study titled, “The Future of Money in a Mobile Age,” indicated that the mobile phone will replace the traditional wallet entirely by the year 2020.

If the idea of transitioning into mobile payments sounds daunting, take heart — experts like those at Pew agree that it’s actually not that big of a deal for most businesses.

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3 Online Business Models That Got It Right

June 26, 2013 3:00 pm0 comments
3 Online Business Models That Got It Right

Traditional business models don’t always work in an Internet-driven world. If you’re looking to launch your own company or update an existing business plan, it’s vital you understand the trends that are helping companies succeed as they adapt to an online marketplace. Here are three businesses that got their models right: […]

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