Sunday, August 24, 2008

How do u integrate success in a small businesss BOOK

FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE - SUNDAY, August 23, 2008San Francisco, CA, USA ----- Hot News!Former APEC Young Entrepreneur and Change Advocate of the Democratic Party today release a new book entitled - "HOW DO U INTEGRATE SUCCESS In a small business...

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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Entrepreneurship and The Future of E-Commerce

The e-commerce platforms has gradually changed through the years.

Entrepreneurship has been regarded as a major player in the development of e-commerce technology. Not a lot of companies today still makes mainframe software for personal computers. This is why investors have to be very watchful on start-ups and new emerging companies as after all this are the entrepreneurs that are open to new possibilities.

Small start-ups tend to be more focus on innovation and dare to take great risks than large companies today. Even when a start-up fails, the entrepreneurs running them learn from the successes and failures that has been done and in the end there is more rapid progress of success.

Today, as an example online search engines are highly targetting the large companies who have the capabilities of paying the bucks in search and placements advertising, Years ago, when someone made an online search they would just go to the first and second pages and forget about the remaining resulting pages.

However, because of the economic trends, the consumer is becoming more sophisticated and it becomes more and more a market-driven decision based economy, a person making an online search is going to several pages and sometimes up to the tenth page in search for the specific target product that relates to their need.

As companies start to believe in mergers, acquisitions and alliances the questions lies are consumers shopping in the new marketplace? The internet and e-commerce technology has affected our daily lives today and the years to come.

I have been personally working on this book for several months because I want it to be perfect when it finally goes to press. I intend this book to be a big bestseller in the long run and part of the proceeds will go to an institution that merely focuses on Entrepreneurship and an institution that had help me achieve my dreams.

Yet the other hard part is hiring very smart, intelligent and logical people especially when you expect only the best and greatest results to be a reality.

Let me reiterate the call for interested investors today. This is such the great time and opportunity of your lifetime. Are you going to let this passed and like this book will be in online discussion forums and communities for the many years to come. Then people will understand what the story was about.

Alex Esguerra

Thursday, August 14, 2008

The Google Dance: Waltzing with the Dictators

As a small struggling e-commerce company, Google is one company that we are very grateful to. Not only for the traffic, search engine, adsense but suport as well. As long as we are the dancing the same direction, it can be rest assured that we will be a mighty ally someday when our turn comes. And then they would say, it was all worth it.

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Facebook in Real Life! Take a look. - The Saga of Social Networking!

Yep that's right. Its Facebook in real life. Is it a total disaster or something really helpful? Well take a look and see for yourself.

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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Memoirs of Former APEC Youth Representative, Alex Esguerra: The Process of Multiplication in Today's Business Environment

Memoirs of Former APEC Youth Representative, Alex Esguerra: The Process of Multiplication in Today's Business Environment

The Process of Multiplication in Today's Business Environment

Years ago in the books business, bookstores were a fad. We can find them in shopping malls, thrift stores, independent bookshops, trade shows, antique shops, supermarkets and even pharmacies or groceries.

Today, one can buy a bestseller, how to, science fiction, business books and the like through book shopping comparison sites, reviews, search engines, bookclubs and of course "online". Greeting cards shops, comics shops, mail order, magazine stands, phone order or even direct sales are some additional channels through which books have been sold by "multiplication".

From major bookstores, mom and pop sellers, online, distributors, mass merchandiser and department stores the book sections are continuously proliferating either way with or without a recession.

In such processes, market conditions are resulted from such scenarios. One area is the customers types and profiles where customers want to buy in different ways and several channels and options. From the traditional way of flea market auctions or even one stop shop online purchasing, buyers are becoming more sophisticated, demanding anf experimental for a particular product or service.

Another area is technology advancement such as web ecommerce shopping carts, cable channels shopping and of course the "Internet". It is a known fact today that if a business does not have a website presence, shoppers might be hesitant, as for them this is just simply multiplying the ways of buying products.

Today, concentration and specialization leads to a better selection, more shopping convenience and great customer service. Customers tend to buy from the large-scale online operations who dominates the market landscape but continues to find the next better deal, wants more time savings, and experiments other ways and websites as seen by the number of purchases they routinely make.

So the question lies, as the internet presents more opportunities for buyers and sellers, more battles will occur as companies big and small will fight over the e-commerce customer? Hence, is multiplication the answer, domination, duplication, intensive advertising, technology, financial resources or is it "out of the box" thinking of the entrepreneurs? The customer has too many options, a sale is not just the transaction, it is part of the relationship.

"Imagination is more important than knowledge..: - by Albert Eistein.

by Alex Esguerra

Friday, August 08, 2008

Why our Privacy is Important in Net Neutrality by taking action!

The Federal Communications Commission has voted to punish Comcast for violating Net Neutrality and blocking your right to do what you want on the Internet. This precedent-setting victory sends a powerful message to phone and cable companies that blocking access to the Internet will not be tolerated from this time forward. Protect Net Neutrality.

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Pnoy Joins Cory at 61. Remembering The Fight to Democracy of the Aquino's in the Philipines

  Former President of the Philippines Benigno Noynoy Aquino III died Thursday at the age of 61 after being hospitalized in Quezon City, Phil...