I finally had the guts to post the message that I have been meaning to post for quite some time... burned-bridges.net, a fundamental chapter in my so-called "online life", is at the end of the line. The domain name registration is up on the 15th; however, for the purpose of having the time to transition links, I will renew the domain for one more year while I sort through the content. I wrote up a quick summary of my feelings here, too.
12 years is a very long time, but I think this was the right ... Continue Reading
Pinterest is one of the hottest social networks to debut in quite some time. Since its launch earlier this year, comScore reported that the site hit over 10 million unique views each day back in February and is now the third most popular social network with over 18 million unique daily views, right behind social giants Facebook and Twitter.
Countless brands in the B2C (business-to-consumer) realm have noticed the overwhelming popularity of Pinterest that blossomed in such a short time period ... Continue Reading
If you don’t want to read it in sections, or missed a few of the sections that were posted before the last one, the entire A Look at e-Commerce Options… paper that I wrote can now be read at this page. It is divided up in the same sections to make it easier to read on a computer screen and includes discussion questions as well as sources.
If you missed the first four parts of A Look at e-Commerce Options for Individuals and Small Businesses, don't worry: they're still available! It's been a while, so I'll do a quick recap, even for those who might have glanced through them.
Part 1 focused on an introduction to e-Commerce options.
Parts 2 and 3 discussed using Etsy and Ebay as selling tools for small-to-medium-sized businesses and individual entrepreneurs.
Part 4 focused on e-Commerce website options.
Part 5, the conclusions, ... Continue Reading
If you missed the first three parts of A Look at e-Commerce Options for Individuals and Small Businesses, they focused on an introduction to e-Commerce options, Etsy and Ebay as selling tools for small-to-medium-sized businesses and individual entrepreneurs. The next installment focuses on e-Commerce website options, with conclusions in a post to follow.
The option that offers, without a doubt, the highest level of customization for all aspects of presenting and selling products ... Continue Reading