Category Archives: Strategy
3 Options for Ecommerce:
Gumroad: Create links to use anywhere. “Gumroad enables you to sell directly to your audience — just like you talk to them. It’s quick to integrate Gumroad onto your website, sell on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, SoundCloud, and through your own email newsletter.”
Tictail: Free. Limited to paypal. Upgrade with apps to improve store and enhance marketing. “Tictail is an easy and free online shop solution that not only helps you create a beautiful online store within minutes, but also helps you run it successfully.”
Woo Commerce: A wordpress plugin that you can use to create an online store. Many features. Comprehensive. “Transform your WordPress website into a thorough-bred eCommerce store for free.”tags: ecommerce • tools | category: Strategy
What I heard instead were some regrets for what, in an ideal world, might have been — more time with their children combined with some sort of intellectually stimulating, respectably paying, advancement-permitting part-time work — but none for the high-powered professional lives that these women had led.
Indeed that is what we all want. How to make it happen is the question.tags: careers • opt-out | category: Parenting Strategy
So glad to see this! I started messing around with the Onepager app a few months back with the same idea in mind. It’s nice to see someone making a go out of it. After seeing this I reached out to him and he’s sharing some of his pricing strategies. This could be interesting. Lots of mom and pop businesses in my area with poorly designed, SEO unfriendly, expensive(!) websites. Could be a market there.tags: entrepreneur • inspiration • onepager | category: Strategy
“This head-scratching, stare-at-the-computer process is very much part of how computers work, for all of us. No matter how long you’ve been doing it. It’s one of the fundamental lessons of science, I think — anything worth learning is hard. Even the simplest things sometimes, amazingly, take a long time to penetrate our thick skulls. That’s why learning can be so satisfying.
via Dave Winer.tags: code • inspiration | category: Strategy