Products solve problems. If you are a business owner, salesman, or entrepreneur of any kind ask yourself what problem does your product solve? On the flip side, if you are the consumer or buyer then there are some great advantages to using the “what problem” paradigm of shopping.
Companies do exist that claim to have the full suite! Do it all with them and you’ll never have to worry about getting all the different systems to play nice together. The issue with those providers is that they suck. So, we all end up using a bunch of different services for different things.
So you have a website and you just got an email or letter in the mail telling you that some fancy sounding law firm is going to take you to court unless you pay a settlement fee for the illegal use of some copyrighted image on your website.
Recently I was privileged to be interviewed by the SendPulse Vice President of Sales Roy Weissman. SendPulse is a forward thinking email provider that runs the podcast in order to share ideas and successes in the email marketing industry.
I used to dread the process. Trying to get applicants and then trying to guess who is the right person based on resumes… No wonder research suggests that odds of finding a good employee are about 50/50 no matter the hiring process or amount of resources dedicated to finding the right applicant.
Daredevil is an awesome Marvel superhero who was blinded as a child by some chemicals. In the process his sense of hearing was enhanced so significantly that it became a sort of radar that allowed him to essentially see even without traditional eyesight. At age 15 I lost hearing in my right ear. A nasty […]
I’ve been through my fair share of Credit Card Merchant providers. It’s a mess of an industry. If you are new to e-commerce you may be scratching your head in frustration. Here are some of the things to watch out for and the smartest thing I’ve ever done to get through the mess.
I operate an eCommerce website. We sell stuff… and while as a consumer I LOVE Amazon I can’t help but wonder if, as a business owner, I should hate Amazon. If you are a vendor or operate an eCommerce site here are the key things you need to consider where setting up your Amazon Seller […]
The objective of this article is to explain the complexity of SEO for the small business owner, while still giving you some clear and simple things you can do to start. This isn’t the end-all but it should at least make you feel empowered to start somewhere.
It is actually a little crazy to consider that with all the business and self-help books I’ve consumed there is a ton of information about WHAT to do and HOW to do it but as Breus points out there isn’t really anything out there about WHEN to do it.