By Sheri Frey, SiteSell Professionals
Before you start a social media campaign, it is important to understand that posting to social media as a business is different than what you would do personally. Simple things like creating Twitter posts, Facebook updates and sharing video can seem tricky when you’re acting on behalf of your business.… Read more
Whew! Today is the last day of my cell phone plan, so I’m working from a cafe with free WiFi. I only have a few MB left on my internet data plan. The last few hours of my work day have to be on someone else’s WiFi this month.… Read more
Security is one of the least understood aspects of maintaining a website, yet it’s one of the most important.
Your site holds a lot of valuable content that you’ve invested hours into and want to protect.
If you’ve established (or want to establish) an authority site, it also represents your online reputation, which is quite valuable and worth protecting as well!… Read more
Starting your own business can be, frankly, terrifying. Not only are you unsure of your future, you may even have people around you telling you you’re crazy.
In 1977, Debra Sivyer got an investment from a banker to start her own business in Palo Alto, California.… Read more
By Nancy Ulrich, polymerclayer.com
Tell us about your websites, www.polymerclayer.com and www.memory-foam-maniac.com? When and why did you start your sites?
I started blundering about in the online entrepreneurial world in 2006. My husband and I were (are) real estate agents in southern California and could clearly see a crash ahead (due to a weird event that we observed in 2005).… Read more