Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
Target has come up with a clever way to sell more gift cards.
Companies that use immediate follow-up customer surveys or multiple follow-up surveys may open themselves to negative consequences, a new study finds.
According to ABC-TV News a new phenomenon called “haul videos” means teens can show off their purchases to the whole world.
That was the fundamental message from ChannelAdvisor’s 2010 Consumer Shopping Habits Survey, the e-commerce solutions provider’s third annual report to help merchants prepare for the holiday season.
Although these coffee shops were some of the first retail businesses to offer free Wi-Fi in an effort to lure customers away from major chains like Starbucks, many are finding, perhaps not unsurprisingly to anyone who’s jockeyed for a table in an independent coffee shop, that Wi-Fi freeloaders who camp out all day nursing a single cup of coffee are a drain on the bottom line.
Now that you know what clicks, follow up.
Many businesses enjoy receiving referrals, but feel they come by mixing good work with chance mentions from satisfied customers.
Pricing has always been one of the greatest games in business.
Nicholas Boothman talks to Maggie Rodriquez on the Early Show on CBS about his latest book “Convince Them in 90 Seconds.”
SuperShoes recently held the first-ever known games of Twitterbingo to promote its new Drag & Share feature, which it introduced as a way to integrate social media onto its e-commerce site.