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:
When Julie Bell printed thousands of her own-design Christmas cards off for sale in Paris almost 10 years ago, but failed to offload a single one, she learned a valuable business lesson.
Earlier this month, Scott McMurry, a Vienna, Virginia man finally received a postcard from his mother.
Hi Dane, I have a math education software program I license to schools and sell to homeschoolers.
photo credit: kevindooley
SmallBizTrendsBe consistent: Whether you’re opting for a monthly, bi-monthly, or weekly newsletter, make sure you stick to a consistent publishing date so that people know when they’re coming.
I stumbled upon your webapge for business ops, looks like a great blog!
My name is John Stewart and I am the sole designer and programmer of www.yourcityguide.net.
A recent study by International Communications Research, commissioned by Pitney Bowes, found that consumers still prefer receiving promotional information and private communications the traditional way: delivered by the mailman.
Pat Dutched had been a bookkeeper more than 25 years when she got a bright idea.
Email is being credited with the murder of the sidewalk mailbox, joining cell phones in a plot to destroy public communication hubs.
Knowing of your interest in small business and entrepreneurship, I thought you might be interested in the resources available from the Office of Advocacy of the U.S.