Writing BIG Articles

In the latest DoshDosh article he not only provides good actionable (I can do this right now) information for people and their websites, but provides back-up information, links to other blogs and articles and books that he has written.

Instead of just putting together a 500 word article about something he writes a paper, of sorts.? Does he research and then synthesizes that information into something that is relevant to the online marketing worldf

Posting Comments on a blog article that you link to that links back to you.

OK, that sounds a bit convoluted, but I noticed something that Dosh Dosh did in one of his articles.? He linked to a blog article that was relavent to one of his articles.? Then, and I’m assuming that it was him, he added a comment to that article that LINKED BACK TO HIS ORIGINAL ARTICLE.

Starting points for 4 of the most common small business websites.

Starting points for 4 of the most common small business websites.
?different types of online business models/web sites that we see small business owners building/attempting/etc.
1.?? ?Product Site
2.?? ?Service Site
3.?? ?Subscription Site
4.?? ?Community Site
5.?? ?Non-Profit

You can sell goods and services, you can produce products for wholesale distribution, you can sell information, you can sell tools to help people in their own business model, you can sell advertising, or you can provide consulting services.

Do you see a common theme in all of these models? That’s right—to have a viable business, you have to literally provide some kind of a good or service that adds value to someone or something, either online or offlinee

Business models are perhaps the most discussed and least understood aspect of the web. There is so much talk about how the web changes traditional business models. But there is little clear-cut evidence of exactly what this means.

In the most basic sense, a business model is the method of doing business by which a company can sustain itself — that is, generate revenue. The business model spells-out how a company makes money by specifying where it is positioned in the value chain.

Some models are quite simple. A company produces a good or service and sells it to customers. If all goes well, the revenues from sales exceed the cost of operation and the company realizes a profit. Other models can be more intricately woven. Broadcasting is a good example. Radio and later television programming has been broadcasted over the airwaves free to anyone with a receiver for much of the past century. The broadcaster is part of a complex network of distributors, content creators, advertisers (and their agencies), and listeners or viewers. Who makes money and how much is not always clear at the outset. The bottom line depends on many competing factors.

Business model:

The term business models is one that is typically poorly understood in the website deswe hear tossed around all of the time, but very rarely Value?

Most often I get calls from small business prospects that are looking for a quote on a specific set of interactive, website features.? I always ask them to take a step back and to tell me a little about their business; who are they, and what do they do for whom.? This way, I can figure out what their business model is.? Once I know what type of business they are running, I can ask further questions to find out what their biggest challenges ar and help then figure out how best a website might help

It is only after I understand their business model, have a good idea of what their value proposition is, and know about their biggest needs can I suggest strategies and features that will best help them get where they are trying to go.

Or, more succinctly, I try to

What follows is a 5 part series of articles that outlines a suggested website structure and Internet marketing plan for the 5 most common types of websites that I see small business owners developing.

Each of the different types of websites is a suggested website/Internet strategy for a specific type of small business model.? I specifically qualify the business model part with “small” because the types of business models, their execution, and marketing strategy are vastly different in the small business world vs. the venture capital/Fortune 1000 and bigger world.

Dictionary.com defines business model as “a design of the operations of a business which focuses on how revenue will be generated.”

Most people call us looking for a site with some specific set of features.? I always like to take a step back and first find out what type of business they are trying to run and find out the details of their business model.? It is only once I know what type of business they are running and have a good understanding of their business model and value proposition that I can then recommend the appropriate online tools to help them grow.

1.?? ?Product Site
2.?? ?Service Site
3.?? ?Subscription Site
4.?? ?Community Site
5.?? ?Non-Profit

Product Site:

In this business model customers are coming to the site to purchase some sort of item, whether it be a physical

Things I’m Looking for When for a Contractor (Lawn/Home Improvement)

  • Are they local/privately held or some huge corporate company
  • Does their website look professional
  • Do they list in a quick fashion the services that they offer and do they match up with what I’m looking for
  • Do they have testimonials
  • I called the biggest ads in the phone book first that looked locally owned

Contractor:

  • I’m not even going the phone book route, but reaching out to my network

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When it comes to helping businesses deploy Internet systems we have seen, and done it all.? Everybody wants to do something different with their Internet marketing and their website.? The reality, all business websites are trying to accomplish the same things: attract more business, increase client retention, and build buzz for their brand.

Most other designers/developers will simply take a list of requested features and build and deploy them on a client’s website.? Only by first ithout understanding the business context and the specific business goals and challenges that an organization faces that We are seasoned entrepreneurs and take the time to get to know

We don\’t want to be just a web design shop.? We want to articulate the fact that we develop,?

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We are a developer of online business solutions and?

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Everybody wants to do something different but all business websites are attempting to accomplish the same types of goals and it is

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