Earlier this month we pondered the strange Internet phenomenon of penny-book sales via Amazon.com, and reached the conclusion that penny books might be less a business model than an unintended consequence of a business model.
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→ usshipit.com United Shipping Solutions is a sales organization offering transportation services to the small to mid-sized market segment through a rapidly expanding network of franchises nationwide.
→ beacruiseagent.com Cruising has been the fastest growing segment of the travel industry for over 20 years, and it is still booming!
If someone told me 10 years ago, when I was in college, that I would be working for one of Southern California’s largest employers, doing software development and being paid handsomely to boot, I’d be ecstatic.
Franchise Solutions: “In August 1999, Fannie Hu opened her PostNet franchise in Bakersfield, California.
Amazon: “The 15-year-old author assembled these 51 ideas for kids to make money; numerous adults have done this before, but this guy is organized!
National Federation of Independent Business: “One aspect many small to mid-size businesses overlook is risk transference.