Archive for June, 2008

I composed a list of greenandchic.com related tasks I have accomplished over the past few months (not necessarily in order). These are items I felt that I had to get out of the way before moving on to the next steps. Whether or not I took the best approach to some of these tasks is […]


Here are some web based resources (publications and forums) that I find useful: Start-up Nation – Contains a listing of articles, blogs, and forums to assist you with the start-up process for your business. LinkedIn – More specifically, the Answers section of LinkedIn has Q & A on subjects ranging from blogging to business operations […]


Sometimes its the little things that drives me nuts! I have been trying to install a mailing list or mass mailing manager to my Joomla site, and I just cant “get it”.  I’ve tried iContact (supposedto be one of the best) and I get stuck after the registration process.  I’m going to try one more […]


Time management – what is that?? Working a full-time job, trying to start a business, family life, taking care of a home and yourself can be a challenge.  I do have the advantage of (almost) never having to work overtime, living six miles from work, no children (yet!), and being in good health.  Though I […]


How to Market to a New Word of Connected Customers While conducting a search for books about internet marketing, I came across this book by Larry Bailin.  I was drawn in by this catchy title and the fact that it seems like an easy read (just 151 pages with large font). This book, in my […]


One of the ways I am promoting my business is by blogging.  I currently have a blog that I recently started for greenandchic.com which will keep customers and potential customers in the loop about the business itself, products I am offering and general information about ingredients.  I am very new to blogging so I am no […]


Getting it done

05Jun08

I had been searching for a new web designer so that I can add my website and WordPress blog to a  Content Management System (CMS) that would allow me to make my own changes and updates, contact form, email list manager, an extra page and maybe one or two other features. I initially used Elance and […]


Update

02Jun08

I am in the process of updating my website using the content management system (CMS) Joomla. When I initially had website built, I didn’t have a CMS installed so I had no way of making my own changes and updates. I found a web developer on oDesk to download Joomla and add the contents of […]