Eve Dmochowska

How to make millions online (part one)

You know you are behind in your financial achievements when Entrepreneur magazine starts running articles on how to make your first billion. Or when you see a property exhibition for apartments in Brooklyn, Pretoria, that cost up to R24-million. Each. Or when you read that there are more than 5 000 South Africans who became new…

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How the US elections work (part one)

If you are confused by primaries, caucuses, electoral votes and delegate votes, join most Americans in your frustrations. Forget “one man, one vote”, and take an aspirin while you sift through the confusion. Here is a brief synopsis: There are obviously two main political parties in the US: Republican and Democrats. The election process begins…

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In search of good CVs

It’s “must-find-job” season, and CVs are pouring on to my desk. With no fear of being too dramatic, I can safely say that 95% are horrendously presented. I once had a candidate tell me in his “About me” paragraph that “frankly, I am so perfect, my parents should be given a trophy”. Another informed that…

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There’s no free lunch, not even online

Ever used Google? How about the Firefox browser? Or maybe you are Facebook fan? Enjoy reading Thought Leader? Or maybe you have something against using free stuff? Chances are, you love free stuff. And that is a good thing. But it is a problem for all the business suits peering over the shoulders of all…

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There’s no free lunch, not even online

Ever used Google? How about the Firefox browser? Or maybe you are Facebook fan? Enjoy reading Thought Leader? Or maybe you have something against using free stuff? Chances are, you love free stuff. And that is a good thing. But it is a problem for all the business suits peering over the shoulders of all…

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Want to buy the Team.com name for $300 000? Too late

How do you choose a name for a new company? There might be many rules in that book, but I will tell you rule number one: no matter what the new company will do, make sure its .com domain name is available. If the .com name is not available, and you are absolutely, definitely, beyond-a-shadow-of-a-doubt…

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Want to buy the Team.com name for $300 000? Too late

How do you choose a name for a new company? There might be many rules in that book, but I will tell you rule number one: no matter what the new company will do, make sure its .com domain name is available. If the .com name is not available, and you are absolutely, definitely, beyond-a-shadow-of-a-doubt…

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There’s a Kindle on my wish list

There is a new technology in our midst, and once again old-school thinking is about to get a serious shake-up. Kindle is a new gadget, available from Amazon.com, that allows digital books to be downloaded and read on the go. The device is sexy, smart and intuitive. It also apparently offers a very good reading…

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There’s a Kindle on my wish list

There is a new technology in our midst, and once again old-school thinking is about to get a serious shake-up. Kindle is a new gadget, available from Amazon.com, that allows digital books to be downloaded and read on the go. The device is sexy, smart and intuitive. It also apparently offers a very good reading…

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I’m the PR person of the year (and you can be too)

Last year, Time magazine voted me (and you) as Person of the Year. Advertising Age also voted me (and you) as Marketing Agency of the Year. Why? Because suddenly, you and me, we’re important. And we have a voice. And people listen to us. And they respond. Pity then, that many businesses are missing this…

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