Building a website, an online business, an e-commerce store isn’t what it used to be. I was reminiscing with a friend and former business partner the other day about Southern Baklava versus the business that we built back in 2003. Back in the day, we built and ran an e-commerce … Keep reading >>>
I hinted around one of my latest projects in the previous post, and now it’s time to reveal the project. This post is the beginning of our beta test of Southern Baklava, a specialty baked goods e-commerce business.
About three years ago, my wife decided to put her baking skills to work to make some extra money. Georgia has a Cottage Food Law that permits home bakers to have their kitchen inspected and sell their creations locally (e.g., only in Georgia). Recently, after a lot of business and … Keep reading >>>
When I speak with small businesses about content marketing, most of the time they think that just means write some blogs and do some social posts. But it’s far more than that, and it’s not random. In fact there are many different theories on how one should go about creating … Keep reading >>>
Which should take priority with the startup CEO: The team or the cash? In various discussions and blogs and forums, I see two different answers. I can see arguments for either or both. However, if you are a startup CEO, you have to choose daily – maybe even hourly – … Keep reading >>>