September 23, 2008

Want to go global? How a Web site can help

Start small. You don’t need to get the entire world coming to your site. Do some research and figure out which country is your best bet for breaking in. Of course, you’ll want it to be one where there’s a sizable market for your product or service, but also consider factors such as whether you’ll need to translate the site into a different language and whether you have connections in that country who can help you.

The above is quoted from a short and concise post of Rieva Lesonsky from Microsoft Office Live Small Business Community blog. The above statements from her article is really true. Start small. And this is what we should bear in mind. We can't just a build the whole building and make it complete at a glance. We have to start it from gravel and even small pebbles in founding that building. Same goes with business. It's a matter of perseverance that entrepreneurs should have.

1 comment:

Rieva said...

Thanks for the "shout out" on your blog Luz. I really appreciate it. You should leave a comment on the post at Office Live Small Business--I'm sure the readers there would love to hear your view.
Also, I'd love to know what other topics you'd like to see covered on the Office Live Small Business Blog. We'd love your input.
Rieva Lesonsky