doesthe.biz, I am talking about support and involvement with
your business on the web. In the long run this can deliver greater
success and lower costs than piecemeal alternatives. When you work
with me on this basis I will bring the depth of my experience
innovative outlook to support your venture.
what does innovative pricing when connected to doesthe.biz actually
mean? It is particularly suited to a business with a product that
occupies a niche. It may or may not have a website but no real
effort has been made as yet to sell using the web, perhaps because
sceptical of the prospects of any return for the outlay involved.
perceive that this business has a genuine opportunity to profit
from the right sort of web presence then I could be willing to:
- develop this presence
- set it up on the web
- and support it
for low up front cost to the business. I will then take a commission
on sales generated. The advantage to the business proprietor is
that he or she should know up front what costs might be there in
generating these increased sales and accordingly a part of the
risk has effectively been passed to me and my judgement on what
makes businesses successful on the web.
What's the catch? Most importantly
the business must fulfil its role in delivering its product to
its new customers. Hopefully that is the way that you run your
anyway- if so then doesthe.biz may be right for you.
AS A DOMAIN NAME
own the domain name "doesthe.biz". But that does not stop
you being able to use it. Your business may be suited to using a
sub-domain - for example, if you run a business advisory firm called
'Smithsons' then your web address could be smithsons.doesthe.biz.
Alternatively I could set up the more usual smithsons.com (assuming
this was available) for your regular web address and you could use
smithsons.doesthe.biz for special promotions on the web linking
into other media.