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Dreaming the Dream

I think it’s pretty safe to say that all small businesses start with an idea, a dream… then it’s just a matter of developing that dream into a reality.  What happens if that dream never develops or fades?  The Dream dies and along with it goes the business.  What if you could take some of the intimidation out of the picture by dreaming the dream together with someone who has genuine interest in seeing you succeed? What would that do for your dream?  Allow other dreamers to help cast a vision for what could be so that even if everything in the dream cannot become a reality… the fact that wild ideas came together could allow a realistic vision to form.  Perhaps you would like to speak to us about your dream/vision to see what could happen.


If you were to start a small business, what would it be, and why?

If you really think about it there are probably many people out there that could be doing the business of their dreams – doing the very things they love to do rather then the things that they “have to do.”  Goals need to be achievable and sometimes these goals become the daunting tasks that become the reasons why people never venture out very far toward achieving these goals.  The key should be to focus not so much on the goals, though focus on achievable goals become essential, at first the focus should be on the “What If” – the dream.


Shortened URL’s

You know, I find it very intriguing that most tweets we see come out tend to use shortened URL’s as opposed to the original… it intrigues me because twitter can be a powerful resource to enhance the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) of a site but is far more effective for things such as page rank if the actual website domain is used.  Some may say, “the original URL is just too long” or “I want to target a specific page off of the main page.”  These are valid concerns and certainly shortened URL’s have made getting people to the right place a lot quicker and easier… but could we draw people to our root domains?  If we are focused on SEO as seriously as we talk about, we probably have numerous domains that help enhance our web presence anyway right?  So if you can, you might begin thinking about how frequently you could be including the actual domain of your site when linking.