Tools For My Businesses
I have recently set up an online store selling green products. Most of the products that I sell are imported from United States through my cousin who already lives in there. It is kind of hard to build a business where the stocks are not within my region but it's what people are looking for so I don't have to think about that too much. Good thing, though, that I have my cousin to help me with the business. Apart from the fact that he’s a relative, who is more likely honest with you, my cousin is also an expert with SEO, particularly the Google Places Optimization service. With his help, I am now creating my personal blog containing all the products that I sell and for a short period of time, it has invited a number of people already. For any online newbie, that is one nice accomplishment for your business.
I am also going to set up a website where people can contact me whenever they have something to inquire about the transactions or make purchases and know more about the business. The website is being set up right now by my husband who is a freelance web designer. Because he knows a lot about this stuff, he also referred me to a friend of his, Joel, who is a specialist in Google Places optimization. I’ve got one SEO expert from United States and I’ve got one here. Isn’t it great? To be honest, I know nothing about this technical stuff. All I know is that I need to have a website so people can find me online. They told me that I need to use optimization so I will rank high in Google and Yahoo. I just pay them and let them do the work. My husband will be checking everything for me anyway so I just need to worry about my inventory and the accounting.
I am looking for my next big adventure. There are still many places I want to visit and even more to which I want to return. The camera is charged up and my backpack is packed; drop me a line if you know where I should go next.