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One of the problems of working from home is that people tend to view your work as a little less “professional” than someone who pays for separate office space. Because of this it is very important to me to maintain a professional image, while watching the bottom line.
Customized rubber stamps allow me to have a more professional image at a lower cost than custom printing. A nice stamped image looks better and is more professional than a handwritten one. I like to use rubber stamps to customize preprinted brochures with my name, address and phone number.
When it comes to endorsing checks, a custom rubber stamp is a real time saver. Try endorsing twenty or more checks by hand, and then do the same task with a rubber stamp. You will find that the rubber stamp is worth every penny you paid for it!
Rubber stamps can also provide security if you allow others to write checks for your business. Rather than add them as a signer to your account, you can purchase a signature stamp. Keep the signature stamp in a safe place and you have convenience and security.
When you go to buy a rubber stamp you may be surprised to find how affordable they are. Most stamps cost less than $20 and will last for years.
For a very short time Sitepoint is offering The Principles of Successful Freelancing for FREE!
This ebook normally costs 29.95, but if you are willing to provide an email address, or follow them on Twitter you can download the book for free until September 14, 2009.
I downloaded my copy and already I have found some great information. Although it is specifically directed to web designers there is valuable information for anyone who is freelancing or considering becoming a freelancer.
Here is the link: The Principles of Successful Freelancing
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