blog-let- walmart delivery- draft

heard Walmart trying to deliver products (groceries) to ppl. many ppl have tried this service and it doesn’t seem to do well (except maybe businesses who stock a kitchen). but the avg consumer? doubt it. http://www.mediapost.com/publications/?fa=Articles.showArticle&art_aid=149225&nid=126062 why? my guess is that ppl need to browse food, see it, and pick it. not only are they…

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Turning Your Hobby Into a Business

I did a recent interview with a crafter/artist who turned her hobby into her business.  Re-reading it, two things struck me: I bet there are a LOT of people out there who have turned their hobby into a business. I bet there are even MORE people out there would LOVE to turn their hobby into…

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For a Publishing Company, Twitter is the Best of Many Worlds

Inteviewer’s Note: As I’ve been exploring ways to use Twitter for business, I figured the best way to find out more information was to ask fellow business owners. In the latest part of our never-ending series,  we’ll be talking to Kathy Reading of ScanGroup.net, who I befriended on Twitter after meeting him through Pluggio’s friend…

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How Twitter Helped an Artist Turn Her Hobby Into a Business

Interviewer’s Note: As I’ve been exploring ways to use Twitter for business, I figured the best way to find out more information was to ask fellow business owners.  In the latest part of our never-ending series,  we’ll be talking to Roni Rosenzweig , an artist/crafter I  befriended on Twitter after meeting her through Pluggio’s friend…

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Increasing your Twitter Following: A Life of Its Own!

I remember when Mp3s first came out.  I was 19 years old, in college, downloading every song I loved and excitedly telling all my friends about Napster. Free music?!  My friends followed suit and began downloading, too.  A few days later, one said, “Man, these Mp3s really add up, don’t they?” He was right- a…

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