That’s the least of my problems.
Editor’s note – have you ever gone shopping, have someone place an item from a store into your backpack than call security to accuse you of shoplifting?
Of course not but that’s what eBay did to me.
The 72-hour suspension began Nov 23, 2021 – today is Dec 5, and my listings still have not been reinstated.
Is it any wonder why eBay seller and buyer counts are down?
Continue reading “eBay Added Words to a Listing Then Suspended Me for Them”
Back in the time that fish and chicken were still used as barter, an old man and a young boy were leading a donkey into a village for supplies.
They needed to cross a bridge over a river to gain entry.
As they were walking they heard people mumble.
Continue reading “Why Trying to Please Everyone is a Bad Strategy”
I wrote the following post in 2013 but never published it.
Six years later we are under the same precept.
Recently, we took it up farther than we ever should.
We moved our home and Windy City Parrot operations from the geographical center of Chicago to Lowell, Indiana a town of about 10,000 people surrounded by corn farms.
There’s only 5 stops light from one end of the main street (which we are on) to another.
We now have one lease instead of 2 and 4 fewer utility bills while eliminating 2 buildings to maintain.
Our State Farm vehicle insurance and business insurance dropped 50%.
Continue reading “Easy Hack For Getting Your Finances Under Control $20 At A Time”
Greetings Google small business event attendees.
Tapster is nothing short of amazing in how they come to market.
(although they should make their website HTTPS – we can help 🙂
I’d like to thank Google who sponsored the event, for their generosity.
Continue reading “Recap Of Google Small Business Meetup 10/09/2018 @ Tapster Chicago”
My YouTube channel has been abducted – please help me find it
After beginning an upload for a 17 minute video capturing the inner workings of Animal House of Chicago, a fine veterinary hospital we spent quality time at yesterday, I moved into the kitchen for breakfast.
Continue reading “How New Web Privacy Policies Are Killing Content Creators”
When it comes to digital marketing evaluations, I am a mercenary, some of you will need steel-toed boots to read this.
I’m dedicating this to Bill Herring, chapter’s 310 chair, who can now throw away his diagram.
I’ve been with SCORE for 5 months.
I’ve been the director of digital marketing for chapter 310, Valparaiso IN, since December 2019.
I have my own digital marketing agency.
I’m doing this pro bono in addition to mentoring for SCORE.
Continue reading “Why I’m Gifting SCORE a Holistic Marketing Evaluation”