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Whenever I’m at a party, entrepreneurs seem to find me. Once they find out I work for Register.com, they start telling me about their business idea. The next thing I know, they want my advice on where they can find the money they need to start their company.
Patrick Sullivan and his business partner didn’t pick a great time to start their digital-music royalty tracking service – it was late 2007 when they founded New York City-based Rightsflow. But that hasn’t stopped the company from growing. At the end of 2009, Rightsflow had grown tenfold during the year and Sullivan expected revenue to quadruple in 2010.
Many small businesses have already set up Web sites, but still aren’t quite sure how to use these sites to make money. In this article Register.com shares concrete strategies for the many ways a small business owner (even a services-based business owner) can generate additional income from their site. The key to a successful approach is building off of your core business and engaging your customers. Then, find ways that you can expand these strategies to different audiences.
For many small businesses, your website and your online brand are important parts of their business – yet many business owners take few precautions to protect these valuable assets. With just a few simple steps, business owners can ensure their sites continue to produce results for them. Here are the most important (and simple) things you can do to protect your online brand right now.
What are the basic things you need to know in order to build an e-commerce site and start selling?
Marketing on search engines, using text advertisements or sponsored links, is now a reality for small business owners. Learn how paid search marketing can drive traffic to your website.
Here’s a great piece of advice to help small business owners generate additional income: by joining an affiliate network you can use your website to generate additional revenue and refer your customer to other great brand partners.
Are you in the e-commerce game (in other words, do you sell products on your website?) … if so here are some questions you may want to ask yourself. The answers might just help drive your e-commerce revenue to new heights.
Regardless of your industry or the size of your business, you can leverage you website to find more new customers, serve your existing customers and convert more leads to sales. Here are some answers to some of our customers questions that will help you put the web to work for your business.
Have you ever thought of doing a newsletter to stay in touch with your customers and prospects but after considering the time and expense to produce a regular communication decided it wasn’t worth it? Well, perhaps an e-newsletter is the way to go for your business. Here’s some information to help get your e-newsletter off the ground without breaking the bank.
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