Oct
25
Posted on October 25, 2006
Filed Under (Web Design) by jennifer
So I keep talking to these web and design "experts" and writing about how important it is for small businesses to keep their websites fresh and enticing and I realize that my own website, HTML coded by my spouse and myself several years ago now and maintained and updated ... (more...)
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Oct
18
Posted on October 18, 2006
Filed Under (Advice) by jennifer
Just as you cannot build a house without a solid foundation, you cannot build a business (or one with more than three people) without a reliable network. Yet many small business owners barely give their networks a thought — until something goes wrong. To ... (more...)
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Oct
11
Posted on October 11, 2006
Filed Under (Advice) by jennifer
Last night I had dinner with a former college classmate, Nina Kaufman, who is a partner at Paltrowitz & Kaufman LLP, a New York City-based law firm that provides "wise counsel for growing businesses." Nina is also an e-commerce entrepreneur, who founded and oversees a website called Wise Counsel Press, which provides ... (more...)
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Oct
05
Posted on October 5, 2006
Filed Under (Web Design) by jennifer
Competition online is fierce — and getting fiercer all the time. Yet the number of people who actually buy from the Web sites they visit (what’s known as the conversion rate) is low, only around 3.5 percent according to Mighty Interactive, an Internet consulting company that’s ... (more...)
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Oct
03
Posted on October 3, 2006
Filed Under (Tools) by jennifer
So my spouse, Kenny, who is CMO/CTO at a rapidly growing (but still small) tech company here in Connecticut, is always looking for great, untapped talent that he can get at a good price. By "untapped" I mean not fully utilized in a previous job — a "diamond in ... (more...)
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