I worked in health care management for 19 years. I was completely burned out from the bureaucratic back stabbing and I turned in my notice and went in to business with my sister. We are both budding foodies. We combined my business experience with her web design/marketing experience, plus two piggy banks, and are taking a stab at our first venture in retail. We`re taking a huge risk.
I may have overlooked this in the FAQ, but is it possible to start more than one business page? I partner in two businesses, and I'd like to start a page for each of them. Can I do them both from my one account, and also will people know they are both mine? I'd like it to not be real obvious, as one has nothing to do with the other and it would just look out of place.
Are you talking to me? :) I saw your advice above about the SEO, but I thought you were directing that to Ruksana. As far as I know, we have been doing the same thing since the start. We put in the keywords, etc as we enter the foods in the database. But I`m not the webteckie, that`s my partner! We`ve been online for 6 months, and I`d say for the limited amount of advertising that we`ve done, we`re doing well. I look forward to seeing how we`ve grown by this time next year. We have a lot of sticks in the fire!
Thanks for the reply. I think you have the wrong idea of what I am asking, though.If I understand what you are saying, that would be my definition of spam. I don`t want to send out emails asking people to visit my site, I want to ask about a hundred webmasters if they would be interested in putting a Shareasale banner on their website that links to my store, in which they would receive commission.
Example = Here on SUN I`m looking right now at a little banner for Microsoft Office Live, and FedEx Office. Hypothetically, if I wanted an ad for my company on SUN, via my Shareasale link, would writing SUN and asking them to consider joining Shareasale be considered rude? That is basically what I`m asking, but replace SUN with food blogs and recipe sites.