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Monday Morning Memoir- Start Up Thoughts

  Welcome to the Monday Morning Memoir September 22, 2008.   I have been thinking about the organic process of product growth and brand identity.  While I was working on my MBA the professors would teach that every company knew what their product and brand identity was at the startup phase of the company.  What’s [...]

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A Rocky Start For eBay’s New Selling Format

 

As of this writing,  it is unclear if this issue has been corrected.

I do not root against eBay.  eBay needs to be successful in order for the 1.3 million sellers on their site to be successful.  eBay is and will hopefully continue to be a big part of my business.

Let’s just hope eBay gets all these bugs worked through in the next 30 days, because Thunderbirds are go for the holidays.  We still have to get through capped shipping and the removal of money orders/checks as payment in October.

Crossing his fingers,

Kevin

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Hi gang, eBay’s had a tough week. Not that it hasn’t been a tough week in general.  Lehman’s gone.  AIG is getting bailed out (I bet that makes Lehman happy – if they would have waited 3 days, maybe they could have received part of the $600 billion the gov is forking over to save [...]

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Retail Temperature….

Being an expert at placing products into retail…trust me when I say even in economic hard times….stores are still buying, and entrepreneurs are still selling. I revisit the point that in these unsure hard times, if you have a product that people really need, they are going to buy it, no matter what. People will [...]

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5 Refreshing Approaches for Your Email Newsletters

A common problem that email marketers face is the lack of a fresh approach to each of their email newsletters. More times than not, the focus lies on the quantity rather than how the information is presented. Below, I have included a few content approaches to improve your next newsletter. Case studies- Develop a case [...]

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