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Best Business Ideas

Best Business Ideas

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Published by: VIRTUS NLP on Sep 30, 2010
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You’ve always wanted to start your very own business. You dream of coming up with the nextBIG thing that will change the way business works. You want to spread your evolutionary idea tothe world. If the above describes you, then you may find this e-book report useful.This 145-pages report,
2006’s Best Business Ideas
, is a compilation of the business ideas andconcepts which made it big in 2006. We’ve included 2005’s and 2004’s hits as well. As youbrainstorm of how to start your own business or how to take your existing business a big stepforward in the year 2007 and beyond, learn from how the entrepreneurial mavericks did it in 2006.In every industry from advertising to e-commerce, there’ll surely be some interesting new idea orinnovation in this report which will hopefully inspire you to your own breakthrough, radical andnever-seen-before business vision.If you want more, be sure to check out our blog athttp://www.CoolBusinessIdeas.com. Updateddaily with the latest business ideas which we’ve spotted worldwide, we’re sure you’ll find it anenjoyable read. Don’t forget to share this report with your friends and colleagues; I’m sure youagree that two (or three or even more!) heads are better than one!Once again, this report is brought to you by CoolBusinessIdeas.com. We hope you enjoy it!
The CoolBusinessIdeas.com team - Marcel, Steven and Yuelin http://www.coolbusinessideas.com  
NEW! We have a new site: GetEntrepreneurial.com.
The new sister-site ofCoolBusinessIdeas.com, GetEntrepreneurial.com helps the aspiring entrepreneur (you!) with
small business advice, business tips and info
, and
entrepreneur resources
. It's time to leave the fears behind and bring out the entrepreneur in you!If one day you were to be caught up by the entrepreneurial fire within to start your own businessbut you do not know how and where to begin,
then this is the place for you
. Whether it is aboutcreating a compelling business plan that investors simply cannot resist or putting together a cost-effective marketing campaign which reaches your target consumers or leveraging on technologyto improve the bottom line,
whatever help and info you need for your small business is allhere at GetEntrepreneurial.com.
Visit http://www.getentrepreneurial.com!
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Scented Bus Stops 
Arcade Marketing Inc., in tandem with the California MilkProcessor Board, is putting up a new type of advertisement atbus stops that emit the smell of chocolate chip cookies.The ad, which will be placed at five bus stops in downtownSan Francisco, utilizes the company's technology calledMagniScent®, which disseminates smell viascent-infused adhesives affixed to the inside of the busshelters and undersides of the benches.While scent-based advertisements have been used in magazines, it's supposedly a first foroutdoor advertising. Though, I swear some fast-food burger joints deliberately pump burgersmoke outside just to get me to walk in!Interesting that the Milk Board would use cookie smell to attract attention to milk.
Source: Strange New Products 
Ads by Consumers 
Maybe the writers finally ran out of ideas for the MasterCard "Priceless" ads. That's what it lookedlike earlier this year when they sat an actor down in a chair and had him type out empty spaces,inviting viewers to try filling in the blanks themselves.Apparently, the ad copywriters were just up with the latest fashion.This is the moment of in-your-hands consumer advertising -- the kind generated by the massesrather than for the masses. From Emerald Nuts' make-your-own contest to Mozilla FireFox'sposting of consumer-produced spots at firefoxflicks.com, the creative directors seem to behanding over the work to us common folk.There's marketing powerhouse Procter & Gamble, responsible for such memorable ad icons asFolger's Mrs. Olson and "99 and 44/100 % pure'' Ivory soap, offering a $1,000 prize to food-service professionals who can come up with the best pitch for the Dawn Grease Fighting Arsenalused in cafeterias and restaurant kitchens.All these efforts to encourage consumer-generated marketing may look like a cheap trick to getfree ideas, but advertising executives say there's more to it. What's actually happening is theindustry is trying to plug into a very connected online audience that has little patience fortraditional ads.
Source: Post-Gazette.com 
Child's Ad 
Buyjake.com is a website set up by a mother who thinks her child is so cute that companies willwant to put their logos on his clothing or him for $100 000 a year. “I will dress in your company’sprovided apparel (and sport a tattoo!) everywhere I go for the amount of time chosen. Want me to

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