Making e-Business Your Business

Written by Greg McNeil


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ĚDesign with promotion in mind. If you design your site without taking promotion into consideration you may inadvertently derail your promotion efforts before they begin. One example of this can be seen when you redirect traffic based uponrepparttar site visitor. Incorporating a URL redirect to personalizerepparttar 109081 site visitor's experience can help you earn kudos with your visitors. This could also cause great site promotion problems because some search engines reject sites that immediately redirect visitors. You can compensate for this, but it's much easier to do so duringrepparttar 109082 design phase.

Berepparttar 109083 master of your domain. Build your site and promote your site using a domain name that you own. At some point you may have to part ways with your hosting service provider, which means, if you don't own your domain name, you may also have to say goodbye to your traffic. If you do own your domain name,repparttar 109084 ability to relocaterepparttar 109085 traffic you worked hard to build is not left inrepparttar 109086 hands of your hosting service provider.

Greg McNeil is the founder, CEO and president of e-Business Express, Inc; an Internet start-up specializing in providing businesses with the building blocks of e-business; e-business planning, site development, industry leading hosted applications, and e-business promotional services.


How To Effectively Develop An Online Storefront And Start Selling MORE Products Online Quickly!

Written by Mike Blacktop


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* Set-up your payment options. Credit cards are essential if you are selling down-loadable products or services and you could use WorldPay.com, Multicards.com, iBill.com or any ofrepparttar other available services. We now use WorldPay, but if you like us sell physical products you can start out with just cheques and money orders. If fact over 60% of our customers place their orders online but still send their payment by post.

* Most credit card processors give you instructions on using shopping cart software with their processing service. Set-up this link and include all products on sale intorepparttar 109080 cart system... ensuring that all customers can easily order.

* Get your site designed. Our own page is fairly simple but continues to sell really well. If you need to hire a designer, Respond.com can help you find your perfect low-cost worker. OR if you will be selling any collectables and wish to join The Collectable Shopping Center I will design your site for FREE.

Customer service isrepparttar 109081 key to repeat visitors. Make sure you include full ordering and contact information on your site. Include privacy policies and return/refund procedures too, so that your customers know they're in good hands.

I can even provide you with allrepparttar 109082 tools you require to set-up an online store. My URL is http://www.collectableshops.com

I started withrepparttar 109083 dream...repparttar 109084 dream to turn a hobby into a sure-fire seller. We now earn a living, have thousands of loyal customers/friends aroundrepparttar 109085 world and ALL this has been achieved through our online store.

The dream is not only applicable to disabled people, but also to people who are in a dead-end job or need extra money. It can be done part time as I can only work 1 to 2 hours a day for health reasons. The possibilities are unlimited!

It has taken me over twelve months and three websites to learn from my mistakes, you can still visit my 2nd site at http://www.thimbles.org and see how hard it was to use. Having said it is hard to use, it still makes a profit. YOU CAN now learn from my mistakes for FREE, all you have to do is ask.

So now it's time for YOU to decide, are you just going to sit and dream, or are you going to take ACTION?

Mike Blacktop is an Internet marketer who spends his working life dedicated to practicing what he preaches on marketing on the Internet. See the fruits of his creations and his tactics at his online gift shop, at http://www.collectableshops.com


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