Kate Kearns, Author at Dealstruck

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Build-a-Brand with Niche Marketing

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No matter what kind of business you start, a strong branding campaign combined with niche marketing takes you from another murmur in the crowd to a stand-out voice. Continue reading

America’s Biggest Billion Dollar Over-Achiever/Criminal/Philanthropist

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A self-made, ruthless business man AND the first mega philanthropist? Yep, that’s John D. Rockefeller. Continue reading






Is Scrum the Best Choice for your Business?

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Scrum is quickly becoming the best way to manage teamwork in the workplace. Here’s an overview of how it works. Continue reading






Five-Minute Trivia: What’s Your Money Made Of?

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What we call “paper” money isn’t actually paper at all. Continue reading






Advantages of a LLC -Benefits and More

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If you’re going into business, or you already are operating and making money but haven’t made it official yet, a limited liability company (LLC) is likely the best choice for you. Continue reading






Can Apple Really Buy North Korea?

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What companies have enough money to buy countries? Continue reading






The World’s First Banks Were Religious Temples

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While democracy makes a point of separating church and state, the history of money is inextricably tied to religion. Continue reading






Five-Minute Fun Facts for your Labor Day

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It’s Labor Day! Here are some fun and historical facts about the last federal holiday of the summer. Continue reading






Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow

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Kids are the entrepreneurs of tomorrow, and they’re headed back to school any minute. We should be encouraging that imaginative, unlimited part of their brains. Here’s how. Continue reading






The Future of Money: Bitcoin and Digital Currencies

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The phrase “cash is king” is quickly becoming out of date. Most money isn’t money at all – not in a bills, coins, cows, or even gold bullion kind of way, at least. It’s information on a computer. When we’re … Continue reading