Published: February 13, 2017, 11:00 pm
Running a business involves a thousand little decisions and individual moments. It’s not just one grand success or failure, but a thousand tiny successes and failures that add up over time.
Ninety-nine point nine percent of these moments and decisions will have just a momentary, mild effect on your overall business success and the shape of your future. Making mistakes with some of these decisions or failing to seize these opportunities will result in valuable lessons that can help you improve the business going forward.
Only a small number of moments will define your company and its future. Failing (Read more...
Published: November 30, 2016, 6:00 pm
If you’re an American entrepreneur with more than a year or two under your belt, you’ve already experienced drastic economic changes. In fact, the last 10-12 years have been a roller coaster ride that many business owners either wanted to - or were forced to - get off when it changed from fun and exhilarating to sickening.
Fortunately, in most sectors, things have slowed down in the last 1-2 years and have hit a steadier equilibrium that’s allowed for consistent, steady growth for many companies. But those companies are being run far differently now than they were in the (Read more...
Published: May 10, 2016, 10:00 pm
You’ve done it! You’ve developed a product, crafted a brand and sourced reliable manufacturers.
You’re ready to become the next private label marketing millionaire.
Now all that’s left to do it sell. Want some private label business tips?
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1. Follow Marketplace Rules
Websites like Amazon, Etsy, eBay and others maintain platforms through which you can sell wares. Without their infrastructure, the booming online private label industry wouldn’t be possible.
So, what can you, a seller, do to show your appreciation, and get the most out of (Read more...
Published: February 4, 2016, 8:00 pm
Whether you have a retail brick-and-mortar, run your own small business and are looking for supplemental income, or looking for a way to monetize your hobbies, more and more people are leveraging online marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, Etsy and Jet to create more revenue streams.
The reality is that people are turning to these online marketplaces in the place of going into retail locations, so if you put your products where the customers are, you heighten your chances of selling.
Here’s how these online marketplaces can work for you.
The Online Environment Is Where People Are Shopping
According (Read more...