Consultant Helps Home Businesses and Warns of Search Engine Submission Scams
A native of Boston, Phil Sirkin received his BA at Brandeis University and his MBA at Boston College, and spent 25 years in the radio industry in New England. He began his career as a writer, producer and editor for CBS, and later moved on to positions as news director, program director, operations manager, and station manager in Providence and Boston.
Phil started dabbling on the Internet in the mid-90s, making his radio station one of the first in the world to have its own website.
New Businesses Needing Web Sites Turn to Hosting Companies
By Home Business Magazine
John Raygoza started his first business at the age of 26 in March 2007. Today the company grosses $6 million per year, and he still operates it from his high-rise condo in Downtown Los Angeles. At first glance, Raygoza doesn’t look like a business owner, especially a company that grosses $6 million a year.
Start Up or Diversify Your Business Online with One or More of These Cutting Edge E-Businesses
By Priscilla Y. Huff
These statistics demonstrate that the Internet continues to offer entrepreneurs and self-employed individuals many opportunities to start unique online businesses and reach thousands, even millions of potential customers in this worldwide virtual economy.