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#1 posted 11-18-2012 03:37 AM

The other Jocks have given you some good advice.

You need to focus on what your good at and and find you a market for it and it seems you already have that ready to go except the market.

In my wife’s web design-development-internet marketing solutions business she and her team stay loaded with work mostly coming from mom and pop businesses because they’re smart at finding markets for small businesses.
She’ll tell anyone there’s a market out there for anything, you just have to find it and the key person in the market to help you.

They’ve got a stay at home mom right now that they’re having to build a major ecommerce site for all because of a healthy cookie recipe that kids woof down wanting more. She’s had to take in their garage and make it a bakery and hire help and who got her the market….her kids and their kid friends woofing down those cookies and wanting more and telling any kid they see about those cookies.

As renners stated in his post…it takes only one proper person to get the ball rolling for you and he was fortunate it was his wife working in a large commercial atmosphere to get him kicked off and running. It seems like he’s branded himself now and it should only get better for him.

There’s a zillion people out there including factories doing what you want to do. What you have to do is be unique in your product above the others in your market.Get busy doing research on the net, in the newspapers, magazines, tv and any other thing people see on a daily basis and find “your” market above and beyond everyone else in what you do best.

Good luck….

-- Bruce http://plans.sawmillvalley.org http://www.sawmillgirls.com


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