Monthly Archives: January 2008

Is Your Paper Catalog Dying?

I was discussing with a client last week the method his company uses to allocate credit to matchbacked orders. The discussion quickly turned to how to allocate credit for an order received from a site or name that had been … Continue reading

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Should You Be In the Web site Software Development Business?

One of the recurring questions I ask my clients is, “Should you make that or buy that?” I’m always amazed at how many times I see noncore functions being reinvented by companies with less than $100 million in sales. I … Continue reading

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Searching for Profits? Head North.

Plain and simple, Canada is booming. If your year-to-year sales to Canada aren’t up more than 100 percent, you’re missing out. A couple of months ago, I discussed the meteoric rise of the Canadian dollar and the opportunities this presented … Continue reading

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