Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

Tim Peter Thinks

Tim Peter

By

March 10, 2011

Chris J. Gaddis "The Money Train" Radio Interview

March 10, 2011 | By | No Comments

I was very fortunate to appear on WIOX radio’s “The Money Train” show with host Chris J. Gaddis last week. The interview runs about 15 minutes and covers internet marketing, search engine optimization and blogging. Enjoy:



Are you getting enough value out of your small business website? Want to make sure your business makes the most of the local, mobile, social web? thinks helps you understand how to grow your business via the web, every day. Get more than just news. Get understanding. Add thinks to your feed reader today.

Or subscribe via email.

And while you’re at it, don’t forget to follow Tim on Twitter.

Tim Peter

By

March 9, 2011

Which Google Do Your Customers Use? Which Facebook? Which Twitter?

March 9, 2011 | By | No Comments

Steve Rubel has said there isn’t just one Facebook; there are 500 million of them. Does that make it harder to talk to your customers, or easier?

I think I have one answer to the question in my latest post for Mike Moran’s Biznology blog, “Which Google Do Your Customers Use? Which Facebook? Which Twitter?”



Are you getting enough value out of your small business website? Want to make sure your business makes the most of the local, mobile, social web? thinks helps you understand how to grow your business via the web, every day. Get more than just news. Get understanding. Add thinks to your feed reader today.

Or subscribe via email.

And while you’re at it, don’t forget to follow Tim on Twitter.

Tim Peter

By

July 28, 2008

Only one tool can guarantee a strong business (Guide to Small Business Ecommerce Strategy)

July 28, 2008 | By | No Comments

You gotta love Seth Godin. The man has a gift for turning complex topics into a pithy phrase (a la “All Marketers are Liars,” “Purple Cow,” and the like). He just did it again. Seth tells a great story about a “strategist” who asked what software was needed to build a website. In his fashion, Seth titled the story, “I need to build a house, what kind of hammer should I buy?”

Two of the most popular posts here on thinks compared tools for building your business’ website and looked at additional entries into the small business hosting space. So, why don’t we do more of ’em? Well, we will. But, the real reason is, as Seth reminds us, the tools don’t matter. Sure, bad tools can hurt you. But the wrong strategy hurts more.

And check out these posts to help you think about whether you’ve got the right strategy:

Like this post? Subscribe to thinks today to never miss an update.

Tim Peter

By

July 18, 2008

What do your customers want? (Small Business Ecommerce Link Digest – July 18, 2008)

July 18, 2008 | By | No Comments

Customers feed business. And we’re all hungry. In the Maslow Hierarchy of Business, customers trump product, service, capital and personnel. Which means we’re all looking for ways to find customers. Especially in these trying times. Business tough right now? Here’s a some good thoughts on what customers are looking for. And how you can use the Web to look for them. Read on, Big Thinkers.

Enjoy, folks. See you here next week!

Like this post? Subscribe to thinks and learn more about ecommerce and online marketing every day.

Tim Peter

By

July 4, 2008

Small Business Ecommerce Link Digest – July 4, 2008

July 4, 2008 | By | No Comments

In honor of America’s birthday, we here at thinks are giving you a present. That’s right. All of the Friday link goodness, delivered right now. It’s a proud moment. For you. And for the United States of America.

OK, enough snarkery. On with the show.

Enjoy the holiday if you’re in the States. And enjoy your weekend if you’re not. See you all on Monday.

And remember, be sure to subscribe to thinks to never miss an update.