Yes and No. Small Businesses of 2011 need some sort of online presence, whether it be FaceBook, a Blog, a Website or a combination of these. The trick in creating a viable online presence is how much time you want to spend on it. You might have been quoted $500-$3000 for a “professional website”. That quote might even have included 10 or 12 “updates”. But you DO NOT have to spend this much. You can spend less than $200 a year for an online presence. It depends on your business needs, your market and what you have to offer.
For many entrepreneurs, they don’t have the time to figure out the technical aspects of building their online brand. This is where Details Diva steps in. Let me take care of assessing your business needs, budget and market. In today’s economy, branding your business is not just important, it is crucial to taking your business to the next level.
Contact Wendy at DetailsDiva dot com and let me do an assessment of your needs.
Customers – can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em. If you’re in a business with lots of customers, many days you may wonder, “Why do I have to be nice to these people?” People who are otherwise nice, smart, patient, somehow can become demanding, dumb and pushy when they become customers.
Even though most of you have filed your taxes, if you haven’t there is still time to ask for extension. If not, these are things to think about for April 15, 2012.